Fellows in Print: 2018, No. 2

Fellows in Print brings you policy-related publications by or about STPF fellows. Enjoy!

Sandra Scham, 2009-10 Executive Branch Fellow at USAID, et al.
Inside Affirmative Action. Routledge. 7/1/2018.
Extremism, Ancient and Modern. Routledge. 1/8/2018.

Iris R. Wagstaff, 2015-17 Executive Branch Fellow at NIJ, et al.
The Importance of Diversity and Inclusion in the Forensic Sciences. National Institute of Justice. March 2018.
Cultivating the Next Generation of Forensic Scientists through STEM. Journal of Forensic Research. 2017.

Kendra Zamzow, 2012-14 Executive Branch Fellow at EPA, et al.
Bristol Bay Alaska - chapter 19: Freshwater Environments. J. Ross. March 2018.

Yousaf Butt, 2015-17 Executive Branch at DOS
Avoiding Collisions in Outer Space. New York Times. 3/19/2018.
The Trump Administration Has No Plan for Dealing with a North Korean EMP Attack. The Cable. 10/16/2017.

Andrew Tarter, 2017-18 Executive Branch Fellow at USAID
Potential environmental benefits from woodfuel transitions in Haiti: Geospatial scenarios to 2027. Environmental Research Letters. 3/1/2018.

Ariana Sutton-Grier, 2011-12 Executive Branch Fellow at NOAA
Investing in Natural and Nature-Based Infrastructure: Building Better Along Our Coasts . Sustainability. February 2018.

Noel Bakhtian, 2012-13 Congressional Science & Engineering Fellow and 2013-15 Executive Branch Fellow at DOE
Engineering documentary comes to Idaho Falls. Post Register. 2/17/2018.

Jennifer M. Beierlein, 2017-18 Executive Branch Fellow at NSF
Contribution of NIH funding to new drug approvals 2010–2016 PNAS. 2/12/18.

Alan Robock, 1986-87 Congressional Science & Engineering Fellow, et al.
Potentially dangerous consequences for biodiversity of solar geoengineering implementation and termination.  Nature Ecology & Evolution. 1/22/2018.

Jill Engel-Cox, 1998-1999 Executive Branch Fellow at EPA, et al.
System Dynamics of Polysilicon for Solar Photovoltaics: A Framework for Investigating the Energy Security of Renewable Energy Supply Chains. Sustainability. 1/11/2018.

Robert G. Kennedy III, 1993-94 Congressional Science & Engineering Fellow
Project Lyra: Sending a Spacecraft to 1I/'Oumuamua (former A/2017 U1), the Interstellar Asteroid.Cornell University Library. 11/08/2017.

Jeffrey Stine, 1984-85 Congressional Science & Engineering Fellow
Earth has entered a new era, new Smithsonian book says. That is not a good thing. The Washington Post. 10/3/2017.

Carrie Seltzer, 2017-18 Executive Branch Fellow at NSF
The Emperor of All Maladies’ New Clothes? Bloomberg BNA. 9/25/2017.

Stephanie Rodriguez, 2015-17 Executive Branch Fellow at NSF
Introducing Stephanie Rodriguez, the new Director of STEM Policy. After School Alliance. 7/24/2017.

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