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Nov-Dec 2021 | Fellowship Focus

How Diversity Improves S&T; Battling climate change
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How Diversity Improves Science and Technology

Some of the nation’s top experts and decision-makers on public policy matters impacting the science, engineering, and academic communities convened for the 46th Annual AAAS Science & Technology Policy Forum in October.
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Climate Change Work Comes in Nearly as Many Types as STPF Fellows

Climate Change Work Comes in Nearly as Many Types as STPF Fellows ksong Wed, 11/17/2021 - 15:48 Published Date Wed, 11/17/2021 - 15:47 Though few would venture to describe any discipline of science as
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STPF Alum Tell Director What’s on Their Minds

STPF Alum Tell Director What’s on Their Minds ksong Wed, 11/17/2021 - 15:54 Published Date Thu, 11/18/2021 - 15:54 Well over a hundred alumni fellows of the AAAS Science & Technology Policy
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Countering Science Misinformation

Since its earliest days, the pandemic has surged across the globe along with a tide of misinformation about the disease’s causes, origins, treatments, and prevention. The rise in scientific misinformation was on the mind of AAAS videographer and multimedia editor Neil Orman when he created a video series on how AAAS-affiliated researchers, including STPF alum Astrid Caldas and Collene Lawhorn, are pushing back against this trend.
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This Anthropologist Helps Improve Lives by Listening to Stories

With experience working at the local government level, cultural and medical anthropologist Saira Mehmood, STPF class of 2021-22, may have a leg up on some of her new colleagues.


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