Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

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  • The Center is guided by the over-arching goal of using science to build bridges between countries and to promote scientific cooperation as an essential element of foreign policy by raising the profile of science diplomacy, creating a forum for thought and analysis, and initiating bilateral...
  • Stephanie Byng is responsible for providing professional technical and administrative support for the management of the S&T Policy Fellowships online presence, databases and network systems. She ensures our database and online network functionality by researching, developing, implementing and...
  • Academy of Medical Sciences and Wellcome Trust – Policy Internship Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program – Education Fellowship Aldo Leopold Leadership Program – Leadership Program American Academy of Arts & Sciences – Hellman Fellowship American Astronomical Society –
  • Karl White, a 1984-1985 AAAS Congressional Fellow, recently accepted the Volta Award given by the Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. The award, presented at the organization’s June 2006 convention, was in recognition of Karl’s persistent contribution to hearing loss...
  • John Adams once suggested that there is nothing finer than the service of mankind. And there is no better example of dedication to civil service than Anish Goel, who recently was selected as one of 14 new Powell Fellows for the class of 2006-2007. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice created the...
  • Read about the AAAS S&T Policy Fellows who are in the news and making headlines. To submit a news item to the Fellows Web site, please contact fellowships@aaas.org . Current News | News Archives
  • 2003 Sept. 2002 Jan. 2002 2000 1999 September 12, 2003 : Science and Environmental Law: Tales from a Difficult Marriage Presented by Dr. Oliver A. Houck, Professor of Law at Tulane University Law School.
  • Robert C. Barnard’s career as an attorney spanned more than 50 years in the public sector and in private practice. He wrote articles about the interaction of science and law and on the role of science in risk assessment. He spoke widely on issues relating to the need for sound science in...
  • As AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellows and social scientists, Sharri Clark and Janis Johnston have used their expertise to better understand security and communications issues. They also met some long-admired people along the way. The way Janis Johnston tells it, you’d think Paul Krugman...