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Pathways to Climate Justice – A Roadmap to Confront Race, Equity, and Justice for Addressing Climate Change

By Andrew Fang and Nicole Scharko
Authors: Andrew Fang-1, Nicole Scharko-1, Crystal Upperman-2 1 AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow 2 Senior Scientist, Aclima The following summarizes a panel discussion addressing climate change

What They Won’t Tell You About Working in Government: Advice to New Fellows From an Alum

By Loren LaPointe and Philip Ko
The final stage before one fully steps into the AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowship (STPF) is an intense two-week orientation where incoming fellows receive a crash course in science policy

PODCAST | How a Scientist Serves as an Elected Official During COVID-19

By Brynn Hollingsworth
Julie Palakovich Carr is a scientist who now serves as a state legislator in the Maryland House of Delegates. We spoke to her this past June, and she discussed her transition from academic research to

PODCAST | Part 2: AAAS S&T Policy Fellows in the Era of COVID-19

By Aaron Conrado and Megan DeCesar
The Science & Technology Policy Fellowships at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) provide broad opportunities for scientists to engage in government policy, but COVID-19

PODCAST | Part 1: AAAS S&T Policy Fellows in the Era of COVID-19

By Aaron Conrado and Megan DeCesar
The Science & Technology Policy Fellowships at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) provide broad opportunities for scientists to engage in government policy, but COVID-19

A Local Community Needed a Scientist. A Dynamic Fellow Duo Answered the Call.

By Erin McDuffie and Andrea Hindman
A Fresh AAAS STPF Candidate: Dr. Erin McDuffie (@atmosph_erin). Erin: Rewind to late April, Finalist Interview Week for the AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellowship (STPF). It was Monday