OCT
NOV
DEC
JAN

January 2017

Campus community training in BI

1st generation of Wisconsin Idea STEM Fellows program, this initial implementation of the Portal to the Public at UW-Madison to support public engagement.

FEB
MAR
APR
MAY

May 2017

Faculty training in BI

NSF Career program workshop is an annual workshop for faculty anticipating submitting a CAREER proposal to NSF. The 3-4 hour workshop gives an overview of NSF and the BI criterion. Activities include preliminary visioning of BI plans, budgets, and partnering opportunities.

Follow up with individual consultations are the normal outcomes of the workshop.

JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT

October 2017

Graduate student training in BI

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program workshop is an annual workshop for graduate students anticipating submitting a GRFP proposal to NSF. The 3-4 hour workshop gives an overview of NSF and the BI criterion. Activities include preliminary visioning of BI plans, budgets, and partnering opportunities.

Follow up with individual consultations are the normal outcomes of the workshop.

NOV
DEC

December 2017 - 2020

Campus community training in BI

Deep revisions and alignment of Impact Identity for the Wisconsin Idea STEM Fellows program, this program is a local UW-Madison version of the Portal to the Public program with workshops, development of an interactive exploration station, and participation in 3 outreach events.

Cohorts of about 15 are organized every 3-4 months.

JAN

January 2018

Build sessions - post STEM Fellows

   

STEM Fellows is a program described previously. These build sessions facilitates prototyping development of outreach activities for individuals and labs.

FEB

February 2018

Information sharing with central campus Administration

   

Sharing about BID resources, events, and support for PIs.

Informing campus leadership in Office for Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education of BID grant.

The OVCRGE had oversight with both CAREER and GRFP workshops.

February 2018 - Fall 2018

Website Development

Website development, broaderimpacts.wisc.edu, is a resource-focused website for campus researchers on Broader Impact.

Sections include Understanding Broader Impacts, Broader Impacts Planning Step By Step, Partners and Programs for Broader Impacts, Wisconsin Idea STEM Fellows, Contact & About, and Latest BI News

MAR

March 2018

Share BID Initiative with senior college research administrators

   

Information sharing about BID with the research office in the College of Engineering led to many (est. 25) referrals to BID for grant consultations on Broader Impacts.

APR

April 2018

Share BID Initiative with campus front line outreach community members

   

Networking on campus with groups such as our Science Alliance network of science outreachers enabled BID to integrate its activities with ongoing and existing programs.

April 2018

BI Promotion

Information sharing about BID with the research office in the College of Engineering led to many (est. 25) referrals to BID for grant consultations on Broader Impacts.

April 2018 - 2020

BI Communication

Information sharing with central campus Administration about BID resources, events, and support for PIs

Informing campus leadership in Office for Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education of BID grant.

The OVCRGE (Office for Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education) had oversight with both CAREER and GRFP workshops.

MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG

August 2018

WISCIENCE STEM Immersion program collaboration

WISCIENCE STEM Immersion program collaboration, this was a lunch in August 2018 with 35 incoming URM Undergraduates self identifying as future STEM majors.

The lunch introduced the students to UW-Madison graduate students with the intent to begin establishing possible mentor/mentee relationships.

No follow-up was organized so program intent failed.

SEP

September 2018

National Advancing Research Impacts in Society Center

The evolution of NABI into the ARIS Center afforded many opportunities for BID to engage with new partners on the national level.

OCT
NOV
DEC

December 2018

Launch of Illuminating Discovery Hub

   

Illuminating Discovery Hub, this new organizational structure in the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery building gave the BID project both a physical presence in the WID building as well as a programmatic home of many of its programs.

The BID project role will be defined as the Hub’s activities evolve.

JAN
FEB

February 2019

Web revisions ongoing

Website maintenance and updating, broaderimpacts.wisc.edu, is a resource-focused website for campus researchers on Broader Impact.

Sections include, Understanding Broader Impacts, Broader Impacts Planning Step By Step, Partners and Programs for Broader Impacts, Wisconsin Idea STEM Fellows, Contact & About, Latest BI News

MAR
APR
MAY

May 2019

STEM for All Multiplex video production

   

The 2019 video project that we submitted was produced by Travis Tangen with assistance by our intern. Our video snapshot features the connections and case studies of how this more comprehensive Broader impacts Design process supports researchers’ participation in designing and implementing Broader Impacts plans.

The AAAS video allowed us to capture our BI story and can be used to continue the promotion of our BI work both on campus and beyond.

JUN

June 2019

National sharing of BID project, NSELA SLI

   

The BID project and some of its materials and activities were presented at the National Science Education Leadership Association (NSELA) Summer Leadership Institute (SLI).

JUL
AUG

August 2019

STEM Fellows in person

   

Wisconsin Idea STEM Fellows program, this program is a local UW-Madison version of the Portal to the Public program with requirements of 2-four hour workshops, development of an interactive exploration station, and participation in 3 outreach events.

Cohorts of about 15 are organized every 3-4 months.

SEP

September 2019

BI Consultations (AISL, etc.)

   

UW-Madison is consistently a top 10 recipient of NSF funding.

This effort expands the network of individual consultations in numerous NSF Directorates and improves the BI plans in these submissions.

OCT

October 2019

GRFP workshop

   

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (Graduate Research Fellowship Program) workshop is an annual workshop for graduate students anticipating submitting a GRFP proposal to NSF. The 3-4 hour workshop gives an overview of NSF and the BI criterion. Activities include preliminary visioning of BI plans, budgets, and partnering opportunities.

Follow up with individual consultations are the normal outcomes of the workshop.

NOV
DEC
JAN

January 2020

STEM Fellows in person

   

Wisconsin Idea STEM Fellows program, this program is a local UW-Madison version of the Portal to the Public program with requirements of 2-four hour workshops, development of an interactive exploration station, and participation in 3 outreach events.

Cohorts of about 15 are organized every 3-4 months.

For PIs interested in working with local governments.

FEB
MAR
APR
MAY

May 2020

Online NSF CAREER workshop

   

The annual CAREER workshop meets the needs of many junior faculty as they prepare their CAREER submission. The workshop covers basic BI 101 ideas and connects many PIs with campus and community resources that can improve their BI plans.

May 2020

ARIS Summit Session with new campus partner

Many campus individuals are unaware of many resources that serve our greater Madison and Wisconsin communities.

This presentation is an example of a new office, University Alliance, on campus that partners with local governments to solve pressing community problems. It could offer BI opportunities.

JUN

June 2020

Infographic Development

Development of BI resources on website

Website resources have become even more important in these times of distance and virtual activities. Numerous resources have been modified to be more useful in these unusual times of professional development.

JUL
AUG

August 2020

Development of new self-guided BI workshop tools

The BI tools development creates sustainable UW-Madison resources that are accessible to all of campus.

SEP

September 2020

BI Consultations (AISL, etc.)

   

UW-Madison is consistently a top 10 recipient of NSF funding.

This effort expands the network of individual consultations in numerous NSF Directorates and improves the BI plans in these submissions.

OCT

October 2020

Online GRFP workshop

With new resources from the NSF CAREER online workshop

UW-Madison submits a large number of GRFP proposals and our resources serve to introduce graduate students to BI, connect them will campus outreach and community engagement professionals, and improve their BI plans for their GRFP proposals.

NOV

November 2020

Impact Identity self-guide for BI planning with faculty videos

The Impact Identity activity has oftentimes proven to be extremely impactful for PIs to identify their interests in Broader Impacts activities and audiences. This planning resource is useful for asynchronous activities with BI Impact Identity.

DEC

December 2020

Model of online BI development - Speciation Cards

Evolution outreach for BI is a challenging research area.

This long-term partnership with a lab of about 10 graduate students, post-docs, and research staff is an example of how a BI project can expand from the PI to an entire lab group.

JAN