The March for Science will take place in Washington, D.C. – with similar events around the world – on Saturday, April 22. This event is designed to emphasize the importance of scientific advancement and its benefits to society. Through public participation in this Earth Day event, the March for Science will strive to make science more inclusive, accessible to the public and further stress its value.
For Washington, D.C. participants, the event will begin at 9 AM with a rally and a march through Washington, D.C. The rally will feature a main stage with several speakers, as well as teach-ins throughout the day. For information on the Washington, D.C. event, please click here.
For those not in the D.C. area, the March for Science will have 480 Satellite Marches, both nationally and internationally. From Maine to Louisiana to California, and overseas, some of the locations of the March for Science Satellite Marches include:
- Los Angeles
- San Francisco
- Salt Lake City
- New York City
For a complete list and more information on participating Satellite Marches and their locations, please click here.
Society for Research Administrators International is joining many other organizations in a partnership with the March for Science. Visit the March for Science website to read more about this partnership and the participating organizations.