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2017 STPF Fellows’ Choice Reading List

2017 STPF Fellows’ Choice Reading List

Welcome to the inaugural STPF Fellows' Choice Book List. After a round of lively submissions from current and alumni fellows, we have compiled a list of 12 books that received the most submissions.
Jennifer Pearl, Director of STPF at 2017 Orientation

Sept-Oct 2017 | Fellowship Focus

Welcome, Class of 2017-18; Science and the public; Far-flung fellows
Bringing Science to the Public

Bringing Science to the Public

Evolution. Vaccines. Climate change. Science skepticism. Education. Community engagement. Science celebrities. Citizen science. These concepts bring a lot to mind. Science has long been challenged or
You Don’t Know What You Can Contribute – Until You Try

You Don’t Know What You Can Contribute – Until You Try

Winston Yu at a meeting with the Ministry of Water Resources in China to discuss water security issues. | World Bank Winston Yu at a meeting with the Ministry of Water Resources in China to discuss
Moving and Shaking: September-October 2017

Moving and Shaking: September-October 2017

Danielle Carnival Danielle Carnival , 2010-12 Executive Branch Fellow in the Executive Office of the President, has accepted a position as vice president of the Biden Cancer Initiative. She will work
Science & Technology Policy Fellows Prepare for Cultural Shift

Science & Technology Policy Fellows Prepare for Cultural Shift

News_0911_STPF_full Urmila Ghia, a Legislative Branch Fellow sponsored by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and an engineering professor at the University of Cincinnati, poses a question

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