Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

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  • The Ebola epidemic in West Africa is unprecedented and has taken a drastic toll on human life. It has also resulted in the collapse of already fragile health systems, impacting economic growth and food security. Working across sectors and continents, the world is mobilizing to respond and contain...
  • Related Links Eligibility & Criteria | Application Info | Application Tips | Evaluation & Scoring | Selection & Placement | Fellowship Areas | Fellowship Benefits | Testimonials | Ethics Policy | Security Clearance Want to use your science knowledge to directly address societal...
  • As history and research demonstrate, citizen survivors take action to help themselves and others to respond to and recover from disasters. To bolster the efforts of survivors and other first responders, the federal government is encouraging the development of apps and other tools that allow users...
  • When Anna Quider , 2011-12 Congressional Fellow sponsored by the American Physical Society and 2012-14 Executive Branch Fellow at Department of State, became director of federal relations for Northern Illinois University in July, she found the perfect fit. Anna Quider is setting her sights on...
  • With leadership and policy savvy under their belts, some alumni fellows seize the opportunity to strike out on their own. After serving in the office of Representative Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ) until 2012, Gavi Begtrup (2009-10 Congressional Fellow sponsored by Optical Society of America and...
  • AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellows Class of 2014-15 "It is clear that the complexities of our government serve a real purpose. Understanding these complexities has shattered my preconceived notions that our government is broken." Lida Beninson , 2014-15 Executive Branch Fellow, NSF "...
  • “ Building for Discovery: Strategic Plan for U.S. Particle Physics in the Global Context ” is also known as the P5 (Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel) report. The culmination of years of effort, it presents a vision for the future of U.S. particle physics. The report presents a strategy...
  • There is an increasing cognitive distance between presidents and the federal bureaucracy they oversee, a distance that has made it harder for them to govern effectively, a specialist on the executive branch told the incoming class of AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellows recently. Too often...
  • Related Links Eligibility & Criteria | Application Info | Application Tips | Evaluation & Scoring | Selection & Placement | Fellowship Areas | Fellowship Benefits | Testimonials | Ethics Policy | Security Clearance What will your science policy story be? One month left to apply for the...