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STPF Guide to the 2017 AAAS Annual Meeting

STPF Guide to the 2017 AAAS Annual Meeting

Wednesday, February 15 Policy Session: Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering Workshop 1:00 -7:00pm (Target Audience: Undergraduate & Graduate Students) Fairfax A (Sheraton Boston Hotel)
End of an Era: Cynthia Robinson Takes on a New Challenge

End of an Era: Cynthia Robinson Takes on a New Challenge

On January 1, former Science & Technology Policy Fellowships (STPF) Director Cynthia Robinson transitioned into a new role as Senior Policy Advisor in the AAAS Center for Science, Policy and Society

Jan-Feb '17 | Fellowship Focus

AAAS Launches Website on the New Administration; Fellows, Run for Office
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After Policy Fellowship, Some Decide to Become the Policymakers

You may be familiar with media reports about the dearth of scientists in public office. In the current U.S. Congress, only two members have a science Ph.D. However, several former AAAS Science &
AAAS Launches Website about the New Administration

AAAS Launches Website about the New Administration

Election Transition Website The 45th President of the United States will confront a broad range of global challenges, including addressing climate change, securing our energy future, and sustaining
Driving the Future, Uber-style

Driving the Future, Uber-style

Rik ideates on over-the-horizon issues. By Steve Gale, USAID Global Development LAB, Futures Team Lead Next time you call an Uber, you probably won’t find Rik Williams, 2015-16 Executive Branch Fellow

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