Today we sent out the second TISP Newsletter to all collaborators with funding and those waiting for potential funding (please check your spam folders). In this newsletter, you will find important information on the state of the project as well as more information on the data collection process. We also ask collaborators to review the information on our collaborators page. Read more about TISP Newsletter #2 is out!
All collaborators who signed up for the TISP project, will now have received the first TISP Newsletter (please check your spam folders). In this newsletter, you will find the TISP guidebook with important information for collaborators. Please read the guidebook carefully. We also ask collaborators to review the information they previously submitted in the Qualtrics form. Please note that you can still sign up to become a collaborator until August 12: https://harvard.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/...
Given the large number of researchers still signing up to become collaborators in the TISP project, we have decided to extend the deadline to August 12. To sign up as collaborator and receive more detailed information, please fill out this Qualtrics form: https://harvard.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3C7Mkgz1mErO2Nw
Viktoria Cologna and Niels Mede present the TISP project at the Health and Risk Communication Center at Michigan State University. Their talk focuses on the implications of trust in science and science-related populism for science communication. Viktoria and Niels thank John Besley and Maria Lipinski for organizing the talk as well as all attendees for their valuable feedback. Read more about Project Presentation at Michigan State University (US)
Viktoria Cologna and Niels Mede present the TISP project for the first time at the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto. Specifically, they discuss the implications of the study for science in policymaking. Viktoria and Niels thank the Department of Political Science for the opportunity to present their work as well as Eric Merkley for meeting them in Toronto.