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07/18/19
Climate Change Responses Require an All-of-The-Above Strategy

Clean energy innovation needs to be accelerated and the suite of potential breakthrough technologies expanded to slow the pace of global warming, said Joseph Hezir during a presentation at the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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07/16/19
Blog Feature: How to Transition into an STPF Fellowship

Recently on the fellow-run blog and podcast, 

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07/16/19
AAAS’ EPI Center Shares the Science of Election Security

In 2020, millions of Americans will cast votes in local, state, and federal elections. Voters no longer use outdated processes to cast ballots by pulling a mechanical lever or punching holes in a card, according to the Verified Voting Foundation.

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07/16/19
Hydrology Experience Flows into the Work of Policy Fellows

When Raleigh Martin, 2017-19 Executive Branch Fellow, visited the rugged landscape of California’s Owens Valley as a college freshman, it sparked his interest in learning about the processes that shape the E

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06/05/19
Fellows in Print: 2019, No. 2

Fellows in Print brings you policy-related publications by or about STPF fellows. Enjoy! Ali Nouri, 2008-09 AAAS Congressional S&E Fellow

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06/04/19
CASE in Point: Graduate Science Students Seek Public Policy Training

The annual AAAS Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering (CASE) workshop has grown to keep pace with rising interest in policymaking.

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06/04/19
Economics Training Strengthens the Connection Between Science and Policymaking

AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellows (STPF) with training in economics say they can bring an important and different point of view that helps policymakers make better decisions. While social scientists are a minority among the fellows, they are in demand. 

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06/04/19
Policy Fellowships Are Taking Root Well Beyond Washington

It’s been a good season for policy fellowships. While AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships (STPF) operate at the federal level, there are a handful of fellowship programs that operate at other levels of government, and also abroad.

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06/04/19
Annual Policy Meeting Brings the White House to AAAS

This year, the 2019 AAAS Forum on Science & Technology Policy attracted a highly engaged group of policymakers, scientists, engineers, research administrators, industrial R&D managers, students, science diplomats, science writers, and others who operate at the...

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