For HAQAST researchers, NASA has a variety of resources to share information and communicate research widely. Contact Outreach Coordinator Jenny Bratburd (email@example.com) if you have questions or want help promoting your work.
For additional resources, there are many professional societies and networks dedicated to sharing science information with the public and interfacing with communities to improve research. Many of these networks offer webinars, training opportunities, and more. Here are a few networks that may be of interest that engage in science policy and communication efforts:
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) — AAAS is professional society with a variety of science communication, policy and advocacy resources.
American Geophysical Union (AGU) – AGU is professional society with a communication and outreach program, “Sharing Science,” with many resources to help scientists communicate about Earth and space sciences.
American Meteorology Society (AMS) – AMS is a professional society, with policy aiming to promote understanding and use of science and services relating to weather, water, and climate.
National Science Policy Network (NSPN) – NSPN is a network of early career scientists that trains and engages in policy, advocacy, and community building.
Engaging Scientists and Engineers in Policy Coalition (ESEP) – ESEP is a groups of organizations working to empower scientists and engineers to effectively engage in the policy making process at all levels of government (international, federal, state and local).
Engineers and Scientists Acting Locally (ESAL) – ESAL is a national organization dedicated to increasing local (city, county and state) civic engagement by people with backgrounds in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.