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Under the Influence

Under the Influence

Emily Monosson , 1987-88 Executive Branch Fellow at the Environmental Protection Agency, wants the public to understand how our use of chemicals impacts the environment and evolution. Her work on a
The 2015-16 Class Begins to Take Shape

The 2015-16 Class Begins to Take Shape

Throughout the year, STPF staff can be found hard at work recruiting prospective fellows. Applications are submitted May through November of each year by scientists, social scientists and engineers
Dirty Water: What to know, what to do

Dirty Water: What to know, what to do

As its name suggests, Marine Pollution: What Everyone Needs to Know , is a new book written for laypeople. “The idea is to give people more knowledge about the extremely serious problems associated
Expanding Fellowship Learning in New Zealand

Expanding Fellowship Learning in New Zealand

By Melody Brown Burkins , 1999-2000 Congressional Fellow sponsored by GSA-USGS Melody Burkins tweet A live tweet from the meeting on September 1, 2014. This September, I had the honor of traveling to
Taking Networking to Heart

Taking Networking to Heart

Will Sander , 2013-15 Executive Branch Fellow at Environmental Protection Agency, knows how to work a room. As the volunteer webmaster for One Health Academy (OHA), he is part of an informal group of
Giving out Grades. Making the list.

Giving out Grades. Making the list.

Laura Pence returned to academia following her 2012-13 Congressional Fellowship sponsored by American Chemical Society. And what a return she made. Pence recently clinched #20 on MTV’s “Top Professors

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