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Valerie Thompson - Science & Engineering of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games

Olympic Fever Skies, Skates, and Luges into Classrooms

Everyone knows that a screen is a great way to capture kids’ attention. Pair that with the excitement of the Olympic Games and you have the formula for a gold medal in STEM education. "Science and

The NSF Public Service Award Goes to…

The AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships is very pleased to have been recognized with the 2014 Public Service Award by the National Science Board (NSB) for our efforts in connecting science
The Desert Sea at Biosphere 2

Video Tour: Help Build Biosphere 2’s Ocean

For the past several months, Rafe Sagarin, a 2002-03 Congressional Fellow in the U.S. House of Representatives, has been working at Biosphere 2. With a storied and stormy history, it is now owned by
Years of Living Dangerously

Fellow Helps Matt Damon Communicate Science

The origin of the universe. Climate change. Cloning. Hot-button issues like these often stall in the mire of public opinion. Sabrina McCormick, 2009-11 Executive Branch Fellow at EPA, hopes her work

A New Fellowship Program Is Born: ELISS

Back in grad school, you may have been one of the many students who couldn’t find opportunities to contribute to real-world problems and take advantage of the synergies found from working across
McGinty’s creative “selfie” campaign ad

See Katie Run

Katie McGinty, 1989-90 Congressional Fellow in the US Senate (sponsored by the American Chemical Society), is running for governor of Pennsylvania. She faces an open field of seven other candidates


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