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Spring 2014, Fellowship Focus

FEATURES ESEP: A New Way to Engage With Policy A diverse group of organizations including AAAS is partnering to help empower scientists and engineers to engage in policy processes through the launch

4th Quarter 2013, Fellowship Focus

40TH ANNIVERSARY The 40th is a "Wrap" We look back on a grand year of celebration as the S&T Policy Fellowships 40th anniversary year comes to its close. The past 12 months have included the launch of

3rd Quarter 2013, Fellowship Focus

40TH ANNIVERSARY White House Commendation AAAS was honored in August to receive recognition from the White House acknowledging our 40th anniversary. President Barack Obama signed a letter recognizing

2nd Quarter 2013, Fellowship Focus

May Commemoration Honors History, Contributions, Collaboration On 3 May, more than 600 fellows, representatives from executive branch and congressional host offices and agencies, partner societies

1st Quarter 2013, Fellowship Focus

In the forty years since the Science & Technology Policy Fellowships® were established, much has changed. In 1973, the U.S. launched its first space station, Skylab, President Nixon passed the Endangered Species Act, and the first handheld cellular phone call was made in New York City.

Spring 2012 Fellowship Focus

Like many other professional fields today, science goes beyond politically defined geographical boundaries.

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