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Fall 2015 Fellowship Focus

Just In: The Fellows Class of 2015-16

Each fall, STPF ushers in a new class of fellows excited to learn about the federal policy process and use their skills for the public good. This year, we welcome 280 fellows who hail from an incredible array of scientific and engineering backgrounds. Read More 


Science Must Change Radically to Solve Global Challenges

Science policy must do more to help dismantle boundaries separating disciplines, regions, and scientists from non-scientists, said Heide Hackmann, head of the International Council for Science. Read More 


Accelerating Mozambique's Aspirations

Fellows Karelyn Cruz and Colin Quinn helped stage an innovative science and technology conference to empower Mozambican science students. Read More


CEO Rush Holt Tells Fellows about His Vision for AAAS

Fellows gathered in person and via live broadcast on August 4 for a conversation with AAAS CEO and STPF alumnus Rush Holt. Read More 


Nanotech: Making Drinking Water without Chlorination

A AAAS Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellow took top honors in a contest designed by Quinn Spadola for the NNI. Read More 



More than 3,200 strong, fellows end up in some of the most varied and interesting places. One of these is the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP). Read More



On July 24, more than 200 fellows, presenters, STPF staff, mentors, and supervisors gathered to celebrate the end of the 2014-15 fellowship year at the Year-end Summit and Send-off (YESS). Read More