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U.S. Visualizes Data to Spur Action on Global Change

U.S. Visualizes Data to Spur Action on Global Change

In April, about the same time as the release of a draft report on the connection between climate change and health by the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP), President Obama drew a personal
Passion for Water Balloon Physics Makes Way for Evidence-Based Policymaking

Passion for Water Balloon Physics Makes Way for Evidence-Based Policymaking

As a scientist or engineer, have you ever felt frustrated by an evidence-based finding or idea failing to make an impact on public policy? Dan Pomeroy, 2013-14 Congressional Fellow sponsored by the
Beyond “Red sky at night”: Communicating weather for commerce and safety

Beyond “Red sky at night”: Communicating weather for commerce and safety

Earth Day (April 22) was a heady occasion for Kim Klockow, 2013-14 Congressional Fellow sponsored by American Meteorological Society and University Corporation for Atmospheric Research. It was her
In Memoriam: Raphael “Rafe” Sagarin

In Memoriam: Raphael “Rafe” Sagarin

Ecologist and environmental policy analyst Raphael “Rafe” Sagarin (2002-03 Congressional Fellow sponsored by the Geological Society of America) was associate research scientist and adjunct assistant
A Father-Daughter Fellow Pair Reflect on Their Experiences

A Father-Daughter Fellow Pair Reflect on Their Experiences

What attracted you to apply for a fellowship? While 40 years separated our entrance to the program, and many features of the program and science policy itself have changed, much of the fundamental

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