Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

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  • The Judicial Branch Fellowship* affords scientists and engineers a unique opportunity to contribute to the most challenging science policy issues facing the federal courts today. A judicial placement allows an S&T Policy Fellow to apply scientific and technical expertise to judicial...
  • Melissa Holtmeyer 2013-14 Congressional Fellow, Senator Bernie Sanders PhD, Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering Become a Fellow! Apply today As a congressional fellow in Senator Bernie Sanders' office, Melissa did everything from drafting amendments, speeches and questions for Senate...
  • In April, about the same time as the release of a draft report on the connection between climate change and health by the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP), President Obama drew a personal if not entirely direct line between global warming and his daughter Malia’s asthma. Charged with...
  • As a scientist or engineer, have you ever felt frustrated by an evidence-based finding or idea failing to make an impact on public policy? Dan Pomeroy , 2013-14 Congressional Fellow sponsored by the American Geophysical Union, has too. But as the first manager of MIT’s new International Policy Lab...
  • What attracted you to apply for a fellowship? While 40 years separated our entrance to the program, and many features of the program and science policy itself have changed, much of the fundamental experience remains the same. Both of us were working in specialized fields and wanted to gain a better...
  • Ecologist and environmental policy analyst Raphael “Rafe” Sagarin (2002-03 Congressional Fellow sponsored by the Geological Society of America) was associate research scientist and adjunct assistant professor for the School of Natural Resources and the Environment at University of Arizona. His work...
  • "The first suit I ever bought was for my AAAS policy fellowship,” Patil told the audience at the Forum on S&T Policy on May 1. | AAAS/ Kat Song Large-scale deployment of data can do wonderful things. In the hands of the federal government, it could improve cancer therapies, encourage civic...
  • Farah Abdulla, MD 2013-14 Executive Branch Fellow, Department of Defense As a dermatologist in California, Farah wanted to go beyond clinical care to gain a broader perspective of policy and medicine. As a fellow, she found a great fit in the Human Performance, Training, and BioSystems Directorate...