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07/11/18
There's Comedians in Cars, and Then There's Fellows in Planes

Ali Nouri, 2008-09 AAAS Congressional Science & Engineering Fellow, is doing the “comedians in cars” concept one better. He takes scientists an...

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07/11/18
How to Retool Graduate STEM Education

With shifts in demographics, research technology innovations, changes in the nature of work and increased employer demand for science, technology, ...

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06/26/18
Public Confidence in Science Needs Work to Maintain

Challenges facing science impact public support, and the scientific community must work to maintain societal relevance, said AAAS S&T Policy Forum.

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05/23/18
Podcast Shorts: Why STPF? Why you? Why now?

AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellows (STPF) share their responses to some important questions: Why have scientists and engineers in gover...

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05/23/18
2018 Chat Series: Why science policy? Why you? Why now?

This fellowship is an unparalleled experience that literally gets your foot in the door -- which often takes years!  ~ STPF alumna fellow ...

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05/16/18
Fellowship Focus: May-June 2018

Write on!; From ideas to innovation; SciLine

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05/14/18
Fellows Help Move Ideas into Innovation

Each year, AAAS convenes thousands of scientists, engineers, educators, policymakers and journalists at its annual meeting. This year’s meeting was...

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05/14/18
What's New on Sci on the Fly

Launched in 2013, the fellow-run Sci on the Fly blog and podcast promotes public dialog about science and policy, and provides STPF fellows an oppo...

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