Concerned Scientists @ IU Town Hall Meeting – TONIGHT at 5:30pm

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You are invited…

Concerned Scientists @ IU

Town Hall Meeting

Are you…

  • Concerned about the Trump Administration’s attitude toward scientific research?
  • Bothered by proposed funding cuts to NSF, NIH, EPA, and NOAA?
  • Interested in volunteering to organize local events in support of scientific integrity?
  • Interested in legislative advocacy work at the state and federal level?
  • Eager to take part in the April 22 March for Science in Washington (or Indy)?
  • Interested in joining forces with like-minded students, faculty, and staff from IU and the Bloomington community?

If so, then join us for our monthly TOWN-HALL MEETING:


Thursday, March 23, 5:30 PM

School of Global & International Studies Auditorium (SGIS 0001)

For additional information, please contact:

Michael Hamburger (

Tim Londergan (

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