Alumni Email Lists
STPF hosts useful FELLOWS ONLY email lists (sometimes called "listservs").
AAAS Fellows (http://listserv.aaas.org/mailman/listinfo/aaasfellows) - A list for alumni fellows to share opportunities and stay connected after their fellowship. Subscribe at http://listserv.aaas.org/mailman/listinfo/aaasfellows (http://listserv.aaas.org/mailman/listinfo/aaasfellows).
DC Fellows (http://listserv.aaas.org/mailman/listinfo/dcfellows)- Connect and share with alumni fellows in the DC area. Subscribe at http://listserv.aaas.org/mailman/listinfo/dcfellows (http://listserv.aaas.org/mailman/listinfo/dcfellows).
- Fellows Careers (http://listserv.aaas.org/mailman/listinfo/fellowscareers)- Open to current and alumni fellows, this is the only email list to use exclusively for sharing job postings and career resources. Subscribe at http://listserv.aaas.org/mailman/listinfo/fellowscareers (http://listserv.aaas.org/mailman/listinfo/fellowscareers).
Have a question about our email lists? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com).
Size: Postings larger than 2MB will be held in queue until verified by STPF staff.
Content: Avoid postings that include potentially offensive rants, regardless of how well articulated or relevant to science policy.
Reply all: Responses to the full list should be relevant to the majority of subscribers. Short replies (e.g., “me too,” “thank you, “I agree”) should be sent only to the person who originally posted.
Subject Headings: Use the headings below on the subject line of your email to allow list members to screen content. If you have a question about which heading to use, feel free to forward your posting to the STPF staff (firstname.lastname@example.org) who can post it for you.
Use Subject Headings
Discussion: Seeking general input on publications, news topics, etc.
Event: Science, technology, or policy lecture, conference, networking event, workshop, etc.
Housing: Housing opportunities or inquires in DC area.
Question: Seeking specific input, data, contacts, etc. related to science, technology or policy.
Resource: Helpful resources, either personal or professional.
Social: Happy hours, lunches, performances, parties, outings, etc.
Job: Job listings and career-related information (the FellowsCareers list is the only place for job postings).