The Value of FABBS
FABBS conducts advocacy on behalf of its member societies, interacting with federal science agency staff and Capitol Hill about research needs and opportunities in our sciences. We try to communicate our work through our website and electronic newsletters (now coming to you on most Mondays).
At times, our member societies recognize FABBS work through their own websites or newsletters, which helps us get the message out about the important work we are doing to raise the visibility of our sciences.
Here we highlight an article on the website of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society written by HFES’ representative to the FABBS Council.
by Douglas Griffith