Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

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  • Cynthia Robinson directs the AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships®, administering programs and activities for more than 250 fellows annually in the executive, judicial and legislative branches of government. With a team of 20 full-time staff and an annual budget of more than $16 million...
  • At the evening event, twenty local neuroscientists presented their work at a poster session courtesy of the SfN Washington, DC Metro Area Chapter. Guests also enjoyed the “Beauty and the Brain” art exhibit and a reception sponsored by AAAS. In the auditorium, approximately 125 guests were welcomed...
  • 2012-2014 Energy, Environment and Agriculture fellow assigned to NSF Division of Engineering Education and Centers Laurie did her thesis work in neuroscience on proteins that regulated axon growth and guidance. She went on to do a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of California, San...
  • 2012-2014 Health, Education & Human Services fellow assigned to NSF Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences Inspired by her father, an electrical engineer, Heather went to Caltech to study engineering. Like him, she was interested in neutral networks and was quickly enticed by...
  • 2012-2014 Health, Education & Human Services fellow assigned to NSF Division of Engineering Education & Centers Dorothy is a neuroscientist with a background in the physiology of epilepsy. While at the University of Michigan, Dorothy studied the mechanism of benzodiazepine...
  • Speakers at a presentation tied to the latest AAAS Art Gallery exhibit addressed the similarities between artists and scientists as well as the intersections between art, science and policy. Current and former AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellows participating in "Visualizing Science Policy...
  • Return to Testimonials main page Diplomatic was never the first word used to describe me, so when I accepted a AAAS Diplomacy Fellowship my friends were amused that I would soon travel the world using a U.S. diplomatic passport. Despite their suspicion that I was lured more by international travel...
  • Return to Testimonials main page The Aquaya Institute http://www.aquaya.org/ Jeff Albert, a 2004–05 AAAS Fellow at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), helped save thousands of lives thanks to a product he learned about at a public-private partnership seminar during the September 2004...
  • Return to Testimonials main page A casual conversation about fellowship projects at a networking event revealed that Todd Haim, who was serving his fellowship at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and Tiffany Sargent, a Fellow at the National Science Foundation (NSF), were involved in similar...