Mapping How Science May Contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals

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3/24/2021 10:00-11:15am EST Register Here Event Description: Dr. Ismael Rafols, senior researcher at Leiden University in the Netherlands, will present a bibliometric analysis on how publications may be related to the various UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Rather than providing a single mapping of publications to each SDG, they propose a plural landscape for diverse stakeholders to explore the relationship according to their own views. To do so, they will describe an interactive platform that allows users to scrutinize publications related to SDGs in a global map of science. Dr. Rebecca Watts Hull from the Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain will be moderating this virtual event, and Dr. Sebnem Ozkan from the Atlanta Global Studies Center will introduce the event. This event is hosted by the Georgia Tech Library in collaboration with the Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain and the Atlanta Global Studies Center. About the Speaker: Ismael Rafols is a senior researcher at CWTS. He works on the development of novel approaches to Science & Technology indicators for informing evaluation, foresight and research strategies. His current focus is on research priority setting, in particular for societal challenges such as Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in health and agriculture. About the Moderator: Rebecca Watts Hull is an environmental sociologist with professional experience in environmental education and advocacy. She is a Service Learning and Partnerships Specialist for the Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain and an Adjunct Academic Professional in the School of History and Sociology at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia.  


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  • Created By: Kayleigh Haskin
  • Created: 03/18/2021
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