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Nature Provides Valuable Services That Benefit All, Experts Say

Read what experts from government, nonprofit organizations and academia said about the role played by the natural forces of ecosystems in protecting adjacent lands and local communities. The day-long
Taking Federal Policy Know-how to Another Level

Taking Federal Policy Know-how to Another Level

Moving the skills one develops as a Science & Technology Policy Fellow from the federal to state or local level comes almost naturally. Alumni fellows are embedded throughout the country bringing
STPF Fellows Get Personal

STPF Fellows Get Personal

The four scientists gathered to give talks on a Thursday night in Washington generated more laughing, crying and shouts of support from the audience than one would expect. That’s because these weren’t
Policy and Science at the Department of Justice

Policy and Science at the Department of Justice

“I never knew the Department of Justice [DOJ] had a science agency,” Iris Wagstaff, 2015-16 Executive Branch Fellow, recalls thinking after learning about it at “finalist interview week” for the AAAS
Chat Series: Q&A with S&T Policy Fellows

Chat Series: Q&A with S&T Policy Fellows

Want to apply your science and engineering training to address societal challenges and gain hands-on policy experience? Interested in transforming your career and joining a highly influential network
Moving & Shaking: May-June 2017

Moving & Shaking: May-June 2017

2000-2001 Legislative Branch Fellow and 2003-2004 Executive Branch Fellow Elizabeth Cameron joined the Nuclear Threat Initiative in April as senior director for global biological policy and programs

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