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Diversifying Graduate Student Enrollment: What We Know and What We’re Learning

By Janice Daniel
An invitation to be a part of a search committee for a university senior administrator had a profound impact on my view of academia and whether there would ever be a place for me and people who look

COP27: Reflections from a AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow

By Jonathan Moch
I have a clear memory of the first class that I took on climate change as a college freshman, where I excitedly learned about the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the

PODCAST | The most important question

By Reshmina William
As the world changes, scientists and policymakers must grapple with increasingly complex, global, and interdisciplinary challenges. AAAS STPF fellow Alex Loewi sat down with host and fellow fellow

PODCAST | Hand in Hand: Science and Environmental Justice

By Reshmina William
As science and technology progress, so do the many impacts of those advances on communities. Veronica Eady, Senior Deputy Executive Officer of Policy and Equity at the Bay Area Air Quality Management

PODCAST | How to make friends, platonic love, and the science of attachment with Marisa Franco

By Stephanie Gage
According to a survey of 2000 adults, the average American hasn’t made a new friend in the last five years, and yet, 45% of people would go out of their way to make a new friend if they knew how. STPF

PODCAST | Putting the “A” in “STEAM”

By Reshmina William
What role can the arts play in shaping scientific expression? How can scientists and artists better work together to share their insights with the general public? We sat down with Smitha Vishveshwara