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Fellows Look Back and Ahead at Year-End Summit

Fellows Look Back and Ahead at Year-End Summit

The 2015-16 AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellows (STPF) marked the end of their tenures at the annual year-end summit with some looking back at the past year, as well as listening to advice and
“I’m going to Disney World!”

“I’m going to Disney World!”

When asked what her plans were after retiring from 13 years of service with the AAAS S&T Policy Fellowships program, Sage Russell liked to say that she was going to Disney World (which she will do in
Moving & Shaking: Sept-Oct 2016

Moving & Shaking: Sept-Oct 2016

Senior Manager, Product Stewardship and Regulatory at DuPont Industrial Biosciences Alice Chen , 2008-2010 Executive Branch Fellow at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, recently moved from a
Initiative to Boost Robotics Turns Five

Initiative to Boost Robotics Turns Five

The National Robotics Initiative (NRI) was launched to spur the development and use of robots that work beside or cooperatively with people. Neuroscientist and 2015-17 Executive Branch Fellow at the
From left, Tyrell Kahan assigned to U.S. Agency for International Development, Christopher Williams assigned to the National Science Foundation and Nathan Moore assigned to the National Institutes of Health trade notes on break during the two-week training session for incoming class of 2016-17 AAAS S&T Policy Fellows. | Kat Song/AAAS

Policy Fellows’ Challenges Are Large – So Are Their Goals

The 44th class of AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellows began their tenure with optimism and hope that they can help solve some of the world’s biggest problems, despite warnings that the policy
Use your training to address societal challenges

Use your training to address societal challenges

J en Wagner 2014-15 AAAS Congressional Fellow Ph.D., Anthropology We’re hosting a series of online chats. Ask fellows anything about STPF! Live Chat RSVP --> We’re hosting a series of online chats.

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