Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

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  • Bethany Spencer is the Meeting Planner and Center Administrator of the Center of Science, Policy, and Society Programs (CSPSP) at AAAS. In this role, she is responsible for meetings and events for the Center’s units, and she collaborates with other departments on their needs. She helps to identify...
  • Edward Derrick became director of the AAAS Center of Science, Policy & Society Programs (CSPSP) in July 2011 after serving as deputy director then acting director of the AAAS Science and Policy Programs. The Center of Science, Policy & Society Programs bridges the science and engineering...
  • Return to FAC main page Purpose : The Advisory Committee of the AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships provides input and counsel to the AAAS Fellowships Program on broad policy and programmatic issues relating to the operation and enhancements of the Congressional and Executive Branch...
  • Return to FAC main page For Fellows Receiving Stipends via AAAS Assignment The AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships are one-year assignments from September 1 through August 31 (dates for January- start fellowships are 1 January through 31 December; dates for second-year fellowships vary...
  • Return to FAC main page It is important to complete the Science & Technology Policy Fellowship in a way that supports positive future relations between the fellow and his/her supervisor and/or mentor and colleagues; and that maintains the integrity of the partnerships, contractual agreements...
  • When considering the S&T Policy Fellowships® applicants often have common questions. So, we asked two alumni fellows to provide useful advice to prospective fellows. Read the responses from Melissa A. Kenny, a 2010-12 Executive Branch Fellow at the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration,...
  • We are pleased to present the 40@40 S&T Policy Fellows selected to represent the third decade, from 1993-2003: Duncan Moore, John Morgan, Josette Lewis, Danielle Ripich, Sharon Hays, John Peha, Natacha Blain, Deborah Olster, Jean Geran, and Anish Goel. Visit FellowsCentral to read about them...
  • An article on our 2013-2014 class of fellows was featured in AAAS News online. It noted that "the 275 scientists and engineers who make up the 41st class of AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellows have diverse backgrounds, but one common interest links them..." Click here to read more . Each...
  • Not Geoscience As Usual - Opportunities at the Intersection of Science and Policy This workshop explores opportunities for scientists and engineers to contribute to the policy-making processes, the rewards of civic engagement, and transferable skills that can be developed and applied broadly to a...
  • This event is a part of the 40th Anniversary Distinguished Speaker Series . Throughout the year, the Fellowships will feature prominent speakers discussing issues with implications for science and policy from national to global perspectives. Join us on Monday, December 16 for the third speaker,...