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AAAS Drafts Plans to Combat Systemic Racism in Sciences

The American Association for the Advancement of Science has released two parts of a draft plan that directs the organization to strengthen its advocacy on behalf of diversity, equity, and inclusion —
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Bringing Scientists to the Federal Government:How Well Does It Work?

For nearly half a century, AAAS and partner societies have brought 3,400+ outstanding scientists and engineers to the U.S. government. S&T Policy Fellows gain hands-on policy experience while host
Bringing Scientists to the Federal Government:How Well Does It Work?

Bringing Scientists to the Federal Government:How Well Does It Work?

For nearly half a century, AAAS and partner societies have brought 3,400+ outstanding scientists and engineers to the U.S. government. S&T Policy Fellows gain hands-on policy experience while host
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Qualcomm Co-founder Launches an Endowment to Fund Fellows in Congress

Joan and Irwin Jacobs know the importance of a helping hand. Both were the first in their families to attend college, at Cornell University. There, she was able to complete her bachelor of science
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Lessons Learned from a Year in Washington

Six fellows were followed for a full year over the course of their Science & Technology Policy Fellowship. What happened? What did they learn? How did the experience impact them and their careers

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