Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

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  • Be part of the discussion of the future of science and technology policy with leaders in the field. The annual AAAS Forum on Science and Technology Policy, now in its 39th year, is the conference for people interested in public policy issues facing the science, engineering, and higher education...
  • Chris Archbold plays an integral support role to finance and accounts payable; compliance with federal agreements; and general finance and grant activities of the fellowship program. He supports finance by organizing, reviewing, and preparing travel expense reports and health insurance...
  • Xi Rotmil is an intern for the S&T Policy Fellowships (STPF). She is experienced in writing, reporting, video production, graphic design and social media. In addition to planning and marketing, she assists STPF with outreach, communications, and our website and online system management. Xi...
  • This project is important to me because it brings technology innovation to one of the most critical environmental issues in our nation and around the world, bringing together the primary federal agencies who are involved in solving this problem. Nutrient pollution in bodies of water – too much...
  • As its name suggests, Marine Pollution: What Everyone Needs to Know , is a new book written for laypeople. “The idea is to give people more knowledge about the extremely serious problems associated with marine pollution, and enable them to combat and reduce some of these problems,” stated author...
  • Emily Monosson , 1987-88 Executive Branch Fellow at the Environmental Protection Agency, wants the public to understand how our use of chemicals impacts the environment and evolution. Her work on a chapter in a previous book ignited her passion for investigating “our chemical influence on the world...
  • By Melody Brown Burkins , 1999-2000 Congressional Fellow sponsored by GSA-USGS A live tweet from the meeting on September 1, 2014. This September, I had the honor of traveling to New Zealand as a U.S. Delegate to the 31 st General Assembly of the International Council of Science (ICSU) and as an...
  • Laura Pence returned to academia following her 2012-13 Congressional Fellowship sponsored by American Chemical Society. And what a return she made. Pence recently clinched #20 on MTV’s “Top Professors in the Nation” list as a chemistry professor at the University of Hartford. Laura Pence in...
  • By Michael Contreras , 2012–14 Executive Branch Fellow, DOE SunShot Initiative Solar is a relatively new industry that holds much promise, but is hampered by issues including cost competitiveness with other energy sources. I had the pleasure of helping create and launch SunShot Catalyst in May – an...