October 25, 2017

The Washington Post reports that six months after the March for Science, its organizers are working to "turn the day into a lasting movement." SPH Associate Professor Craig Fryer is quoted in the article about the sense of belonging that the march created. "Fryer, who still reads the weekly emails from march organizers, say the messages make him feel connected to people who feel science is important. He and several colleagues who also attended the Washington event have formed a writing support group to help one another draft grant proposals, edit articles for publication and craft public outreach efforts," the article reads.

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