Member Spotlight

Amy Kaminski is trying to get you interested in space — and get NASA interested in you.

The loss came as a shock for climatologist and AAAS member Kim Cobb. As a leading expert on El Niño — that unpredictable disrupter of global climate and weather that devastated her research subject — Cobb was uniquely qualified to comprehend what she was seeing.

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While Congress never embraced the Trump administration’s proposed  budget for 2018, that doesn’t mean it had no effect.  For instance, it drove Randy Wadkins to run for Congress.

Anne Marie Bergen is a science teaching specialist at Cal Poly State University in San Luis Obispo, California, where she educates the next generation of STEM teachers using the experience she gained during a 23-year career as an elementary school science instructor.

Each month, we highlight a AAAS member who is a force for science.

Much of the world is coming to grips with the subject that sociologist Mary Frank Fox has spent decades researching: Gender inequity, and how science can help find answers to it.

AAAS Fellow Luisa DiPietro wants to unlock one of the body's most intriguing secrets, the mechanism of perfect healing.

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Summer is coming, and college students across the country are looking for a chance to show off their talents to a potential employer.

For students with disabilities, Laureen Summers is there to help some of them get that chance.

Adam Colestock is a STEAM (STEM and Arts) and Coding integration teacher at The Francis W. Parker School in Chicago, Illinois. He introduces computer science to grades 4-8 through units that integrate a significant programming component into the curriculum.