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Society’s Growing Disconnect with Science Calls for Attention

Society’s Growing Disconnect with Science Calls for Attention

Society’s Growing Disconnect with Science Calls For Attention Jane Lubchenco confers with AAAS CEO Rush Holt before delivering the 2016 Robert C. Barnard Environmental Lecture focusing on science
Alumni Fellows Make Their Mark in the Nonprofit World

Alumni Fellows Make Their Mark in the Nonprofit World

After completing their fellowships, many STPF alumni are attracted to working at nonprofit organizations. Some like their group’s mission to benefit others or the planet, while others find more
Science and Technology Policy Fellows Showcase Effective Communication

Science and Technology Policy Fellows Showcase Effective Communication

Fourth annual science policy 20x20 event highlights importance of improving communications between scientists and policymakers. | Heming Nelson/AAAS Eight AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellows
Featured Fellows
Apurva
Dave

Apurva Dave, 2014-16 Executive Branch Fellow at the Environmental Protection Agency, can now be found at the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP). As point of contact for international activities, he facilitates international support for and integration of international activity into USGCRP efforts. 

Kristin
Lewis

Another fellow now at USGCRP is Kristin Lewis, 2014-16 Executive Branch Fellow at National Aeronautics and Space Administration. She is a senior climate change scientist for the organization which comprises 13 federal agencies that conduct or use research on global change and its impacts on society, in support of the nation's response to global change.

Caroly
Shumway

Marine biologist, neuroscientist, and conservation biologist Caroly Shumway is the new Senior Science Advisor to the Administrator and the Chief Scientist for the Global Development Lab at the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). From 1990 to 1992, she was an Executive Branch Fellow at USAID, and from 1992 to 1993, she was an Overseas Fellow in the USAID Regional Office for the South Pacific. She identifies, evaluates, and integrates current and emerging science issues that impact U.S. international development, and also sets the research agenda for the Global Development Lab. Formerly with TNC and the New England Aquarium, she served the past four years as the executive director of the Merrimack River Watershed Council.