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Both Artists and Scientists Observe, Ask Questions, Even Propose Solutions

Both Artists and Scientists Observe, Ask Questions, Even Propose Solutions

Speakers at a presentation tied to the latest AAAS Art Gallery exhibit addressed the similarities between artists and scientists as well as the intersections between art, science and policy. Current
Alumni Reflections

Alumni Reflections

When considering the S&T Policy Fellowships® applicants often have common questions. So, we asked two alumni fellows to provide useful advice to prospective fellows. Read the responses from Melissa A.
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Megan Smith: Online Networks Are Key to Student Achievement in STEM Fields

Megan Smith, Vice President at Google [x], speaking at a recent STEM education event. [AAAS/Robert Beets] When asked which single technology hel...
Meet the 41st Class of S&T Policy Fellows

Meet the 41st Class of S&T Policy Fellows

An article on our 2013-2014 class of fellows was featured in AAAS News online. It noted that "the 275 scientists and engineers who make up the 41st class of AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellows
AAAS S&T Policy Fellows Hope to Learn How to Tackle Big Problems Through Policy

AAAS S&T Policy Fellows Hope to Learn How to Tackle Big Problems Through Policy

Members of the 41st class of AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellows at their September 2013 orientation event. [AAAS] The 275 scientists and engineers who make up the 41st class of AAAS Science &

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