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Sunday, November 16 • 11:15am - 12:30pm
Panel 4: Successful student & ECR-led events/projects

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Joseph Mcarthur

Assistant Director, The Right to Research Coalition

Speakers
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Meggie

President, MSAKE-Kenya
Most of us know that gut wrenching feeling you get when you find out that, the full text of the abstract you are reading cannot be accessed or when you really want to carry out a research but unfortunately don’t even know where to start. | | I have always been curious and always ask the question ‘Why?’. This is what inspires me to be a researcher. In my opinion, research is a channel to not only coming to terms with the... Read More →
avatar for Roshan Karn

Roshan Karn

Director, Open Access Nepal
My name is Roshan Karn and I am a final year medical student at Institute of Medicine, Tribhuwan University in Nepal. I established the organization named Open Access Nepal in early 2014, after attending the Berlin 11 Satellite Conference for Students and Early Stage Researchers. It was conceived with a motive of addressing the mandate of advocating and promoting the principles and policies of Open Access in Nepal received at the conference. Open... Read More →
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Meredith Niles

Assistant Professor, University of Vermont
Meredith Niles is an assistant professor in theĀ Nutrition and Food Sciences Department and the Food Systems Initiative at The University of Vermont. Meredith completed a post-doctorate fellowship in sustainability science at Harvard University. Meredith examines food systems sustainability and policy with a focus on food security and climate change and farmer behavior and policy perceptions. Meredith thrives conducting applied research that can... Read More →
avatar for Ahmed Ogunlaja

Ahmed Ogunlaja

Executive Director, Open Access Nigeria.
I started Open Access Nigeria as a medical student in 2013, just after being selected as a participant at the Berlin 11 Satellite Conference for Students & Early Career Researchers. I had conceived it as a vehicle to deliver on my application promises, a community of Open Access enthusiasts who would educate and advocate until Open Access became a new norm in scholarly publishing in Nigeria. | | This organization has since evolved and... Read More →
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Ethan Senack

Higher Education Advocate, U.S. PIRG
Federal Higher Education Advocate for U.S. PIRG
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Georgina Taylor

Co-Lead, Open Access Button
I am a junior doctor and public health student in Darwin, Australia. I co-lead the Open Access Button and advocate for Open Access and Open Education.


Sunday November 16, 2014 11:15am - 12:30pm
Main Theatre American University Washington College of Law

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