Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

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  • Diplomacy with Cuba Sees New Scientific Partnerships

    The re-establishment of diplomatic ties between Cuba and the United States earlier this year has already yielded scientific collaboration that will benefit both countries, according to the Cuban Ambassador to the United States and a host of other experts on Cuban diplomacy and scientific efforts...
  • Applications close November 1

    Hurry! Applications for the AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellows class of 2016-17 close on November 1 . Visit Become a Fellow for information about the fellowship program, and here to apply now. Click here to access a series of recent text and video chats all about the fellowship program...
  • Accelerating Mozambique’s Aspirations

    On May 13, the USAID Mission in Mozambique partnered with the Mozambican Ministry of Science, Technology & Technical, Professional and Higher Education, Peace Corps, and the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) to host “Science and Technology for Tomorrow: Accelerating...
  • CEO Rush Holt Tells Fellows about His Vision for AAAS

    Fellows gathered together and via live broadcast on August 4 for a conversation with AAAS CEO and STPF alumnus Rush Holt . Before joining AAAS in February, Holt served for 16 years as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, representing New Jersey's 12 th Congressional District. The fellows-...
  • Nanotech: Making Drinking Water without Chlorination

    Demonstrating considerable science communication skills, current AAAS Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellow Jennifer Gil-Acevedo and Abelardo Colon took top honors this June in a new contest designed by Quinn Spadola , 2014-16 Executive Branch Fellow at the National Nanotechnology...
  • STPF at OSTP

    More than 3,200 strong, fellows end up in some of the most varied and interesting places. One of these is the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), established by Congress in 1976 to advise the President on the effects of science and technology on domestic and international...
  • Say YESS

    On July 24, more than 200 fellows, presenters, STPF staff, mentors, and supervisors gathered to celebrate the end of the 2014-15 fellowship year at the Year-end Summit and Send-off (YESS). The annual event provides fellows the opportunity to reconnect, share, reflect on the year's accomplishments,...
  • Just In: The Fellows Class of 2015-16

    AAAS S&T Policy Fellowships Class of 2015-16 | AAAS Each fall, the Science & Technology Policy Fellowships (STPF) ushers in a new class of fellows excited to learn about the federal policy process and use their skills for the public good. This year, we welcome 280 fellows who hail from an...
  • Nicolle Rutledge

    Nicolle Rutledge is the Senior Project Coordinator for the Center of Science, Policy, and Society Programs (CSPSP) at AAAS. In this role, she provides support for meetings and events for the Center and its programs, which includes organizing logistics, managing registration and working with...
  • Chat with Fellows: Ask Questions to Learn How You Can Be a Policy Fellow

    Want to contribute your science and technology training to directly address societal challenges? Are you seeking a professional development opportunity to engage in policy at the federal level? Then join us for the " Enhancing Policy, Transforming Careers: Chat Series with S&T Policy Fellow”- a...