Fellows in Print: June 2017
Fellows in Print brings you policy-related publications by or about STPF fellows. Enjoy!
Dilip Venugopal, 2016-17 Executive Branch Fellow at EPA
Climate change, transgenic corn adoption and field-evolved resistance in corn earworm. Royal Society Open Science. 6/07/2017.
Ivy Estabrooke, 2006-08 Executive Branch Fellow at DOD
USTAR revising role in making Utah tech matter. Deseret News. 6/04/2017.
Wanida Lewis, 2016-18 Executive Branch Fellow at State
Standing Up for Science-Based Standards at the International Standards Organization (ISO). State Blog. 6/02/2017.
Michael Bobick, 2016-18 Executive Branch Fellow at USAID
Sovereignty and the Vicissitudes of Recognition: Peoplehood and Performance in a De Facto State. PoLAR. May 2017.
Jon VanLeeuwen, 2013-15 Executive Branch Fellow at State, et al.
3 ways the VA can usher in the future of health care and research. STAT. 5/29/2017.
Lydia Olander, 2004-05 AAAS Legislative Branch Fellow, et al.
Society Is Ready for a New Kind of Science—Is Academia? BioScience. 5/24/2017.
Katherine Himes, 2011-15 Executive Branch Fellow at USAID
Science and International Development Policy. Project Syndicate. 5/22/2017.
Promoting Water Security in Central Asica through International Research Partnerships. Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations. Spring 2017.
Karen Saxe, 2013-14 AMS Legislative Branch Fellow, et al.
Is there science in the House? Part I. AMS Blogs. 5/17/2017.
Daniel Schar, 2008-09 Executive Branch Fellow at State
An end to pandemics is within reach, but we must redouble efforts now. STAT. 5/15/2017.
Jessica Rosenberg, 2015-17 Executive Branch Fellow at NSF
Why science? Scientists share their stories. Science. 5/12/2017.
David W. Montgomery, 2015-17 Executive Branch Fellow at DoD
How to Live with Difference in a Divided Nation: In an Age of Disagreement, Advice for Getting Along. Boston University Arts and Sciences Magazine. Spring 2017.
Ryan Kerney, 2011-12 Executive Branch Fellow at DOE
David Hewitt, 2008-10 Executive Branch Fellow at EPA
The Prospects of Artificial Endosymbioses. American Scientist. January 2017.