Kentucky Academy of Science

Marches for Science in Kentucky April 22 & 23

by / Wednesday, 05 April 2017 / Published in KAS Events

The March for Science on Earth Day (April 22) will be the culmination of a group of scientists to publicly advocate for evidence-based policymaking, science education, research funding, and inclusive and accessible science.

This aligns with aspects of the mission of the Kentucky Academy of Science by encouraging scientific research, advancing science education based on the standards of our scientific community, promoting the use of sound science in policy initiatives, and unifying the scientific interests of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

If Members would like to support this nonpartisan celebration of science, the following are March for Science regional events occurring in Kentucky. If you attend, please share photos and/or stories with


March for Science – Lexington: Saturday, April 22: 1 PM at Fayette Circuit Courthouse

March for Science – Bowling Green: Saturday, April 22: 1 PM at Thompson Complex

March for Science – Louisville: Sunday, April 23: 1 PM at Louisville Metro Hall

Flyer & Press release at bottom of this page!


KAS March for Science statement (PDF)

The official pin for the March for Science



Find info about the Washington DC Marches and 479 other Satellite marches around the world:

AAAS has announced its planned events, activities, and opportunities as part of its role in the March for Science.

AAAS CEO Rush Holt   said “The March for Science is a unique opportunity to communicate the importance, value and beauty of science, showcasing efforts to increase public support for science and highlighting the conditions necessary for science to thrive. We encourage AAAS members and affiliated organizations to ‘be a force for science’ by participating in the March for Science and making it positive, non-partisan, inclusive and diverse.”

Please join the AAAS webinar:

April 19 AAAS Webinar: Be a Force for Science: Advocating for Science Beyond the March  . This webinar will highlight how scientists, engineers, and the scientific community can advance scientific initiatives beyond the March for Science.

Press release Louisville March For Science