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  • The 2015 class of AAAS Mass Media Fellows wrapped up their summer internships with a poster session at AAAS. | AAAS/Carla Schaffer For 10 weeks this summer, science and engineering scholars with the AAAS Mass Media Science and Engineering Fellows Program embedded in top newsrooms around the country...
  • Watch the On-Demand video below. Are you interested in connecting your background in engineering, computer science and/or math to public policy? Want to transform your career by using your training to address societal challenges? This is your chance to ask questions and learn more about the...
  • At the GS5 Gender Summit in Cape Town, South Africa, Lolita Gray and Sarah Johnson were determined to talk to as many people as they could. Sarah Johnson (right) in the studio of radio station SAfm | Courtesy Sarah Johnson "From day one, my mindset was network, network, network. When I got on the...
  • Watch the On-Demand video below. Are you interested in connecting your health and/or medical sciences training to public policy? Want to transform your career by using your health/medical training to address societal challenges? Learn how veterinarians, physicians, and doctoral level health...
  • The people I encountered within and through the News Department made my experience, from a supportive editorial staff to a broad span of researchers in fields from meteorology to anthropology biology. As a general assignment journalist, my stories had focused on purely human drama. Science taught...
  • Before starting my internship at Science magazine, I had written just a few science stories for my school newspaper. As I sat in my cubicle the first day, I was overwhelmed. Everyone around me had years of science writing experience and a knack for finding interesting and unique story ideas. I...