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A new chapter: In its 50th year, STPF will activate its large network of alumni

A new chapter: In its 50th year, STPF will activate its large network of alumni Katherine Yau Wed, 11/23/2022 - 10:47 Published Date Wed, 11/23/2022 - 10:47 With 4,000+ alumni and half a century of
STPF@50: Bringing science to policy for half a century

STPF@50: Bringing science to policy for half a century

STPF@50: Bringing science to policy for half a century Katherine Yau Tue, 11/22/2022 - 15:57 Subtitle A retrospective look at the start and growth of a national effort to bring more science and
2022 Forum on S&T Policy

47th Forum on S&T Policy

Gather to discuss major challenges affecting science, policy and society, as well as their intersectionality, and participate in discussions with top experts and decision-makers.
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R&D Funding Breakdown of Legislation - Authorization vs. Appropriation

Legislative text can be confusing – a dollar sign in a bill doesn’t necessarily mean that that amount of money is available for a project. Want to know what’s actually funded in CHIPS, the Inflation Reduction Act, or the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law?
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How to craft your best STPF application in 2022

What do STPF alumni fellows have in common? They all started with a compelling STPF application. Here are some tips and resources to make your application shine at any stage of the process from our Recruitment Director.
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50th Class of AAAS S&T Policy Fellows Embarks Upon Year of Service

An intensive orientation kicked off the year for the 50th class of STPF fellows. Held Sept. 1-13 at the beginning of the fellowship year, the orientation was imbued with wisdom from science policy veterans – including alum fellows – on how they can contribute to science policy that draws from diverse perspectives and yields benefits for all.

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