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Friday, May 19 • 10:15am - 11:15am
B-07: Symposium: Embrace the Bureaucracy: Navigating Institutional Barriers to Citizen Science

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Embrace the Bureaucracy: Navigating Institutional Barriers to Citizen Science
Organizer: Lea Shanley - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
This symposium explores the challenges to implementing citizen science across U.S. federal agencies and the bureaucracies and operating cultures they contain. The panelists will discuss how they have worked together and independently to address hurdles. In doing so, they will reveal how these organizations have evolved in their thinking about public participation in their activities. Moreover, this session provides a special case study of citizen science in large institutions and will offer potential strategies and solutions that may be useful to citizen science advocates seeking to implement citizen science projects in other organizations.

PRESENTATIONS:

Citizen Science at the US Environmental Protection Agency
Alison Parker*, ORISE fellow hosted by the US Environmental Protection Agency; Barbara Martinez*, Conservation X Labs

Citizen science in a world full of data
Ethan McMahon, US EPA, Office of Environmental Information

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Citizen Science: Overcoming Institutional Barriers and Growing a Federal Community
Lea Shanley, South Big Data Innovation Hub, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hil

Implementing citizen science projects within US Geological Survey: opportunities and challenges
Jake Weltzin, USA National Phenology Network and US Geological Survey

NASA's Public Participation Universe: Democratizing Innovation at the U.S. Civil Space Agency
Amy Kaminski, NASA

The Importance of Design in Open Innovation Efforts
Sophia Liu, US Geological Survey


Friday May 19, 2017 10:15am - 11:15am
Meeting Rooms 4, 5 & 6

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