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welcomes participation by schools, museums, media, professional
associations, and other non-profit and private-sector organizations
in the celebration of its first 50 years. Youll find some
ideas below; for more information, please write to NSF50 Coordinator,
OLPA, National Science Foundation, 4201 Wilson Blvd., Arlington,
VA 22230 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
or symposia on topics related to the science and/or engineering
behind your organizations products or its field and noting
the relationship between NSF and your organization.
or sponsor a lecture or lecture series focusing on
the contributions of science and technology to society. Consider
co-sponsoring the event with your local or regional science
museum or technology center.
articles or newsletters highlighting the ways your
organization and the constituencies it serves have benefited
from scientific and technological advances over the past several
employees to take time this year to learn something new,
in celebration of NSF50. In the spirit of the basic research
that lies at the heart of so much of NSFs work, let the
learning be open-ended. The practical results may surprise you.
science and math students to visit your organization
to learn about your role in helping the Nation develop its science
and technology capacity.
We ask that
all activities be planned and conducted in the spirit of NSF50:
to engage all Americans in understanding and appreciating the
critical role science, math, and technology have in shaping and
improving our daily lives.