A policy brief case competition will give student participants experience in the process of policymaking, as well as a chance to share their voices on issues of national concern.
Teams of one to four people will research, brainstorm, and propose a policy addressing one of two topics: the dementia epidemic and the crisis in student housing.
Top submissions will have the chance to publish their work, earn cash prizes, and speak with relevant policymakers in the field.
Organized by the USci Network’s STEMxPolicy in collaboration with UWill Discover, the Policython will run Saturday, March 4.
“No prior experience is needed, just enthusiasm and eagerness to learn,” says lead organizer Aaryan Patel.
Register by March 2 as a team or individual; individuals may ask to be placed on a team. Find more details and register free here.