Hydrology Experience Flows into the Work of Policy Fellows

When Raleigh Martin, 2017-19 Executive Branch Fellow, visited the rugged landscape of California’s Owens Valley as a college freshman, it sparked his interest in learning about the processes that shape the Earth’s surface. Years later, Martin studied the movement of sediment in rivers and how atmospheric conditions affect the wind’s movement of sand and dust. 

Policy Fellowships Are Taking Root Well Beyond Washington

It’s been a good season for policy fellowships. While AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships (STPF) operate at the federal level, there are a handful of fellowship programs that operate at other levels of government, and also abroad. California, Massachusetts and Connecticut have programs in place to bring scientists to government and five Southeast Asian nations launched the ASEAN Science and Technology Fellowship.


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