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PODCAST | Bringing Home Americans Stranded Abroad due to COVID-19

By Chris Parsons
Dr. Ambika Bumb is a Science & Technology Policy Fellow working in the Crisis Management and Strategy Office at the U.S. Department of State. Within this office, she was part of several tasks forces

PODCAST | A New Way to Fund Science with Meaningful Impacts: Ibrahim Mohedas

By Chris Parsons
Ibrahim Mohedas earned his masters and doctoral degrees from the University of Michigan. His doctoral research, supported through a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, focused on

Empowering Just Climate Action as the US Rejoins the Paris Climate Agreement

By Ashley Pierce
We’re back! While the U.S. has officially rejoined the Paris Climate Agreement, we still have a long way to go to successfully address climate change in an equitable and just way. As the Biden

For disadvantaged communities, the COVID-19 pandemic is far from over

By Katelynn Milora, Caitlin Burgdorf and Caleb Hudgins
While the COVID-19 pandemic begins to wane due to the recent vaccine rollout, the fight for disadvantaged communities is far from over. Health inequities have been long felt by communities that lack

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