Years in Fellowship Benefits Oceans Today
Posted: 08/06/2014

By Todd Capson, 2008-10 Executive Branch Fellow, Office of Marine Conservation (OMC) and Ocean and Polar Affairs, State Department

Developments at the Nexus of Water and Energy
Posted: 07/17/2014

National attention on the interplay between water and energy was captured when drought in 2012 hampered some power plants ability to provide power.

Merging Mathematics with Policy
Posted: 07/08/2014

Karen Saxe, a mathematics professor at Macalester College, has been appointed Second Vice President of the Mathematical Association of America.

2nd Quarter 2014, Fellowship Focus
Posted: 07/01/2014

NSB Public Service Award, ASEAN, Fellows in the News and more

Bringing the Power of Fellows to ASEAN
Posted: 06/30/2014

Modeled on the AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships program and the brainchild of both an alumna fellow and a former mentor, April 7 marked the formal inauguration of the ASEAN-U.S. Science and Technology Fellows Pilot Program.

Fellows in Print
Posted: 06/30/2014

Rich Simmons and Daniel Sarewitz

Deploying Strategic Science to Respond to Crises
Posted: 06/27/2014

By Kiza Gates (2013-2014 Executive Branch Fellow, U.S. Geological Survey) and Kris Ludwig (2012-2013 Executive Branch Fellow, U.S. Geological Survey and National Science Foundation)

Fellows Tackle Climate Change and Bring Making to the People
Posted: 06/27/2014

Many fellows form affinity groups to provide a forum to meet and discuss issues in specific areas of interest related to science and policy.

The Impact of Climate Change on Endangered Species
Posted: 06/23/2014

Erin E. Seney (2009-11 Executive Branch Fellow at NSF and NOAA) contributed to a special section of the December 2013 issue of Conservation Biology...

Interview with a Geek: Q&A with Knatokie Ford
Posted: 05/13/2014

Last year, the White House kicked off a public outreach campaign to support the future of science and technology (S&T) innovation in the U.S.


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