Broader Impacts Expectations
National Alliance for Broader Impacts (NABI) – Guiding Principles and Questions for Broader Impacts booklet
Broader Impacts Examples
NSF Perspectives on Broader Impacts document (pp. 7-11)
Youth Policy Resources
Faculty members who would like to host high school students on-site or in their labs must be up to date with UNT policies and procedures on their website. UNT is committed to maintaining the safety of our community, including youth visitors who come to our campus for sports camps, music instruction, tours and other activities. If you’re sponsoring a youth program or would like to organize one on campus, be sure to contact the Director of Youth Protection Program Nadia Guevara at Nadia.Guevara@unt.edu or 940-565-2813.
Broader Impacts Assessment
The Network for Assessment & Evaluation of the Social Impact of Science (AESIS) is a global network of experts dedicated to measuring and demonstrating the impact of scientific research on our economy, culture and well-being. The goal of the network is to share best practices for developing effective instruments for demonstrating and stimulating societal impact. Check out their website for more information!