On September 14th at 6 pm in the 1st floor Downsbrough Community Room of Schlow Centre Region Library, the Science Policy Society will be hosting a panel discussion on Science and Community. The goal of this event is to inform the community about how science can be used to assist community activists. Three Penn State researchers will be talking about their work with community activists. One scientist helps beekeepers and farmers protect their pollinators, the second scientist is a leader of the Nittany Valley Water Coalition (an organization that aims to protect Nittany Valley’s watershed and the farm it runs under), and the third scientist works with Fair Districts PA (an organization that works to promote fair voter redistricting). A light dinner will be provided to all attendees, but space is limited! Please RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or at www.ucsusa.org/PSUpanel.