Science & Technology Policy Fellowships Find a New Home in the Judiciary
While the policy fellowships program is more than four decades old, STPF has been sending scientists to share their expertise with the U.S. judiciary for only four years. Learn about experiences of
Partner Societies’ Support Increases Impact of Policy Fellowships
The AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships (STPF) program responds to the demand for highly qualified science and engineering experts from all three branches of federal government.
AAAS Launches New Initiative on Local and State Advocacy
The initiative will engage AAAS members as advocates for the inclusion of scientific evidence in public policy discussions at state and local levels in the United States. First issue on the docket
A Career Changer: Engineers Thrive in Science Policy
Scientists and engineers often use their AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships to expand their expertise and make a pivot in their career path. Two STPF fellows found that in addition to those benefits, they grew to appreciate federal agencies’ capacity to create change.
AAAS Publication Puts Spotlight on S&T Policy Fellowships
The AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships (STPF) program is the focus of the latest issue of the AAAS Member Update newsletter. In the CEO message, Rush Holt (STPF alumnus fellow) wrote:
Serving 60 minority-serving research institutions, the MSI STEM Research and Development Consortium recently brought on Alan Arnold, 2016-18 Executive Branch Fellow at NSF, to find collaborative partnerships that yield innovative science and technical solutions.
“The Snow Leopard Project – And Other Adventures in Warzone Conservation” is an upcoming book by evolutionary biologist Alex Dehgan, 2003-05 Executive Branch Fellow at the State Department. It recounts his time in postwar Afghanistan with the Wildlife Conservation Society helping preserve the country’s environment. In dangerous terrain, his team helped create the country’s first national park and halt the poaching of endangered animals. [Image: Duke U.]
2019 AAAS Annual Meeting
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