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03/10/17
Putting Science Skills to Work in Government Relations

After completing their time in Washington DC, AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellows are usually well qualified to advocate on behalf of univ...

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03/10/17
STPF Fellows Enhance a Global Scientific Meeting Focused on Public Policy

The AAAS Annual Meeting 2017 convened thousands of scientists, engineers, educators, policymakers and journalists from around the world to discuss ...

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03/10/17
Fellows Launch Groups to Protect Women and Science and Boost Community Involvement

T. Jane Zelikova Note: The following interviews have been edited for length and clarity. While many STPF fellows stay active in policy area...

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01/18/17
STPF Guide to the 2017 AAAS Annual Meeting

Wednesday, February 15 Policy Session: Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering Workshop 1:00 -7:00pm (Target Audience: Undergraduate &amp...

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Fellowship Focus
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01/13/17
Moving & Shaking: Jan-Feb 2017

2013-2015 Executive Branch Fellow Kristen Honey has joined the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) as a senior policy analyst on th...

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01/13/17
Driving the Future, Uber-style

Rik ideates on over-the-horizon issues. By Steve Gale, USAID Global Development LAB, Futures Team Lead Next time you call an Uber, you probably w...

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01/13/17
After Policy Fellowship, Some Decide to Become the Policymakers

Resized photo of polling place (November 2016). | Marco Verch  You may be familiar with media reports about the dearth of scientists in public o...

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01/13/17
Prizes and Competitions Spur Innovation in Government Agencies

Wave Energy Prize testing is carried out in this 12-million-gallon "indoor ocean.” | DOE The government’s use of prizes to spur innovation has inc...

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