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5 Things to Do Before Starting your AAAS S&T Policy Fellowship

By Vincent Tedjasaputra, Miranda Paley and Michael Bellecourt
By now, the incoming AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowship (STPF) cohort (aka the class of 2021-22) have survived virtual screening interviews, dozens of interviews with potential host offices

PODCAST | Unhealthy Waters, featuring Dr. Maryann Cairns

By Chris Parsons
In this episode our guest is STPF alum fellow Maryann Cairns, who talks about her career path and her studies on pathogens in water. Dr. Cairns is an environmental anthropologist who uses creative

PODCAST | From Tropical Jungles to the Arctic with Dr. Roberto Delgado

By Chris Parsons
Dr. Roberto Delgado has a doctorate in biological anthropology from Duke University, where he researched the social behavior and calls of male orangutans. So how did he end up becoming program

Stakeholder Identification: A Beginner's Guide

By Sarah Loftus
A few months into my fellowship at the Department of Energy, my mentor suggested I do stakeholder mapping to help build a new research and development direction in our office. There was one hiccup: I

Science She-roes: Seven women scientists reflect on their journey to the AAAS STPF fellowship

By Kazue Chinen
As a Korean-American woman, learning how to express myself as both a scientist and a woman of color has not been without its challenges or rewards. Growing up as a military brat and a Korean-American

PODCAST | Protecting Antarctica with Dr. Nature McGinn, Part 2

By Chris Parsons
Dr. Nature McGinn is the Environmental Policy Program Manager and Antarctic Conservation Act Permit Officer in the Office of Polar Programs at the National Science Foundation. Nature has been at NSF