News - Fellows in the News

Video Tour: Help Build Biosphere 2’s Ocean

For the past several months, Rafe Sagarin, a 2002-03 Congressional Fellow in the U.S. House of Representatives, has been working at Biosphere 2.

Fellow Helps Matt Damon Communicate Science

The origin of the universe. Climate change. Cloning. Hot-button issues like these often stall in the mire of public opinion.

A New Fellowship Program Is Born: ELISS

Back in grad school, you may have been one of the many students who couldn’t find opportunities to contribute

See Katie Run

Katie McGinty, 1989-90 Congressional Fellow in the US Senate (sponsored by the American Chemical Society), is running for governor of Pennsylvania.

Olympic Fever Skies, Skates, and Luges into Classrooms

Everyone knows that a screen is a great way to capture kids’ attention. Pair that with the excitement of the Olympic Games and you have the formula for a gold medal in STEM education.

Cultures Collects Stories to Grow Community

Fresh off the presses in January was the first issue of Cultures magazine, a new publication of the American Society for Microbiology (ASM)

Parish to Host Symposium at Plant & Animal Genome Conference

"Harnessing Genetic Diversity to Advance Food Security" - January 14, 2014 1:30 - 4:30 p.m.

Several Alumni Fellows Join Moniz's New Policy Shop

There's a new office generating buzz and big expectations at the Department of Energy.

Morita Featured in Entomology Today

Shelah Morita, 2012-2014 EEA fellow, was recently featured in an article about Science Policy and Entomology.

Richardson to work with Rescue Social Change Group

Amanda Richardson, 2008-2009 HEHS fellow, recently started a position as Senior Director of Research at Rescue Social Change Group