Behavioral Code of Conduct I

During the 2019 Science Events Summit a round table of diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion festival leads surfaced that one of the things they wanted to see more of was a clear posted code of conduct. This is something that could be applied to collaborators, partners, staff, and/or attendees. The Sitka WhaleFest team helpfully provided the one that they use at the Sitka Sound Science Center which is provided here and connected back to them! This is the full policy document and can be connected to the posted policy here:

EvalFest is funded by the National Science Foundation, Award #1423004 and administered by Morehead Planetarium and Science Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Principal Investigators: Todd Boyette, Morehead Planetarium and Science Center; Karen Peterman, Karen Peterman Consulting; Katherine Nielsen, UCSF Science and Health Education Partnership