Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

Science & Technology Policy Fellowships

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  • 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...