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End of an Era: Cynthia Robinson Takes on a New Challenge

End of an Era: Cynthia Robinson Takes on a New Challenge

On January 1, former Science & Technology Policy Fellowships (STPF) Director Cynthia Robinson transitioned into a new role as Senior Policy Advisor in the AAAS Center for Science, Policy and Society
AAAS Launches Website about the New Administration

AAAS Launches Website about the New Administration

Election Transition Website The 45th President of the United States will confront a broad range of global challenges, including addressing climate change, securing our energy future, and sustaining
Prizes and Competitions Spur Innovation in Government Agencies

Prizes and Competitions Spur Innovation in Government Agencies

Wave Energy Prize TestingWave Energy Prize testing is carried out in this 12-million-gallon "indoor ocean.” | DOE The government’s use of prizes to spur innovation has increased dramatically during
Driving the Future, Uber-style

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 won’t find Rik Williams, 2015-16 Executive Branch Fellow
Featured Fellows
Sol
Ross

2013-2015 Executive Branch Fellow Kristen Honey has joined the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) as a senior policy analyst on the “management side” of OMB. In the Office of the Federal Chief Information Officer, she helps the government’s chief information officer oversee technology policy, digital services and innovation across federal agencies.

Kim
Klockow

Kim Klockow, 2013-14 Legislative Brach Fellow sponsored by the American Meteorological Society and the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, has landed her “dream position” as research scientist and coordinator for Societal Applications Work at the National Weather Center in Oklahoma.