Emerging Leaders In Science and Society

Emerging Leaders In Science and Society

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  • ELISS Liaisons are student volunteers who act as the primary point of contact for ELISS at their campuses. They work with ELISS staff, their administrators, advisors, and other students to establish ELISS on campus, recruit eligible applicants, and shape the program. Current Liaisons: Ross Beattie...
  • From left, Tobin Smith, Abigail Abrash Walton, Chad English, Cynthia Robinson, David Goldston, Pallavi Phartiyal, Samuel Brinton, Samantha White | AAAS/Robert Beets Many scientists and engineers would welcome opportunities to engage with policymakers, but they hold back because they either lack...
  • The inaugural class of ELISS fellows met for an orientation on Bainbridge Island. | Molly McElroy SEATTLE -- On a surprisingly sunny day, a small group of graduate students stood on a beach on Bainbridge Island, Wash. They crowded in to look at a shell covered in barnacles, which Madeleine Stone,...
  • The Center engages science and scientists with many communities, including those of government, religion, and law. We promote responsible conduct of, and advise on investment in, scientific research. Together, we advance the appropriate role of science in the service of society.