Science and Technology Policy Storytellers Take the Spotlight
From left, Amber Hewitt, Maryam Zaringhalam, Maynard Holliday, Dorothy Jones-Davis and Irina Pala told their stories at the 2017 Story Collider and Resource Fair. | Kat Song/AAAS After a chemistry
Sci on the Fly
Podcast: Violent extremism.
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Taking Science to Capitol Hill
By Karen Akerlof, 2017-2018 AAAS Visiting Scholar and 2016-17 Legislative Branch Fellow sponsored by AGU STPF alumna fellow Karen Akerlof leads participants through a workshop exercise
Fellowship Reveals Lessons for Alumni in the Nonprofit Sector
Sometimes the value of a new experience is that it teaches you what you don’t like. While Yolanda Comedy and Jean-Gaël (J.G.) Collomb both said they benefited greatly from their AAAS Science &
2015-17 Executive Branch Fellow at the Department of Agriculture (USDA) Stephanie Pearl is a plant biologist who was recently named science communications advisor for the Agricultural Research Service at USDA. She plans to chart a strategic vision to tell the story of how agricultural research improves livelihoods.
Before neuroscientist Alex Thome became senior scientific project manager in the Center for Innovation in Brain Science at the University of Arizona, he was a 2015-17 Executive Branch Fellow in the Department of Defense.