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The 2013-14 Fellowship cohort is the 41st class of Fellows. This year there are 286 year-long Fellows who are working in various Congressional offices and committees, and more than 12 executive branch agencies.

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3rd Quarter 2014, Fellowship Focus

The 2014-15 Fellows Class Is Here to Learn and Lead.

Taking a Leap from Federal to State Level Policy

Once a AAAS S&T Policy Fellow, Nicole Meyer-Morse can now be found at the state level as a CCST Science and Technology Policy Fellow.

Global Change is a Societal Issue in Need of Social Science

With insights from social science, global change research will better transform into action.

Fellow Leaves Fungi for Global Health

Even if you’re interested in global health, you’re not likely to know how to go about getting into that field.
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