SciTS 2020 Call for Abstracts now open!

We are now accepting abstracts and workshop proposals for the the 11th Annual International Science of Team Science Conference, taking place June 1-4, 2020 at Duke University in Durham, NC!

Read the Call for Abstracts and access the submission portal here.

SciTS 2020 will bring together team science practitioners, scholars, and providers from a broad range of disciplines to share and advance the latest evidence-based methods in team collaboration and transdisciplinary science. Speakers and attendees will include investigators, administrators, students, funders, and policymakers. Anyone interested in improving collaborative research and discovery is welcome!

Become a member of INSciTS today. Click here to add SciTS 2020 to your calendar.

Learn more about what to expect—check out the recap of SciTS 2019 in Lansing, Michigan!

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INSciTS is the membership organization for all stakeholders invested in team science. Individuals leading, engaging in, managing, facilitating, supporting, evaluating, and producing scholarship on team science will find a professional home in INSciTS.  INSciTS is a forum to share the latest evidence for what works in team science and collaborate with one another to advance the SciTS field.  Join our community, as a founding member!  To learn about being a founding member, the benefits of membership, and membership levels and dues, please visit our Membership page, or click on the button below.  While you’re there, read testimonials from current INSciTS members, about why they decided to join as founding members.

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Join an INSciTS Special Interest Group

INSciTS Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are member-led groups that provide a “home within a home” for INSciTS members to connect and collaborate with colleagues with shared interests in the SciTS field. SIGs help to build community around shared interests and aligned activities, enable collaboration throughout the year, advance key priority areas in the SciTS field, and create opportunities to engage with external groups. Currently active SIGs address: changing academic culture to foster team science (TS) success; creating incubator spaces for TS; training for TS; scientometrics, network analysis, and data visualization; and emerging careers.  To learn more, please click on the button below.

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