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Ebola: From Machetes to Policy

Ebola: From Machetes to Policy

By Linda Mobula, 2014-15 Executive Branch Fellow, U.S. Agency for International Development When I landed in Liberia last July, I had no idea that the following two weeks would be critical in shaping
Workers of the World, Call Us

Workers of the World, Call Us

“We don’t get water all the time. Especially from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m., we do not get enough water.” This is the kind of feedback Kohl Gill (2006-08 Executive Branch Fellow at Department of Energy; 2008
From Junior College to Sexiest Job of the 21st Century

From Junior College to Sexiest Job of the 21st Century

In the October 2012 issue of the Harvard Business Review, DJ Patil (2004-05 Executive Branch Fellow at Department of Defense, DoD) argued that data scientists, a term he helped coin to describe
A Beautiful MRKH Life

A Beautiful MRKH Life

By Amy Lossie, 2013-15 Executive Branch Fellow, National Institutes of Health I was 16 years old and wanted nothing more than to fit in. Instead, I was diagnosed with a difference/disorder of sex
Using Data to Combat Sexual Violence on Campus

Using Data to Combat Sexual Violence on Campus

Campus sexual assault is a piercing reminder of the violence that lives in student communities across the nation. The spate of media stories in the last year about college rapists seemingly going
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Building on the STPF Program

The world might be a better place if efforts to connect science with public policy were thriving in nations throughout the world. The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation has tapped AAAS to explore

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