The AAAS S&T Policy Fellowships (STPF) is an immersive policy experience for scientists, social scientists and engineers who have a demonstrated interest in science policy. What does that really mean? Join us on July 14 at 2 p.m. ET to find out. Hear from current and alumni STPF fellows who will share their own journey from “Policy Interest to Policy Influencer.” They’ll offer advice on how to explore your policy interests before applying to STPF, as well as tips for articulating your policy interests in your STPF application. Plus, you’ll learn more about the policy knowledge and skills that fellows develop during their fellowship year.
This is the second of a five-part series. Miss an earlier chat? View the full schedule and watch on-demand recordings of previous chats here.
Darragh Joyce, Marketing Operations Manager, AAAS S&T Policy Fellowships
Joseph Bonivel, 2015-17 Executive Branch Fellow, U.S. Agency for International Development & National Science Foundation
Dr. Joseph T. Bonivel Jr. is a Subject Matter Expert for the Department of Defense(DoD), where he leads technology incubation and maturation for the Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering’s Journal of DoD Research & Engineering. He is also a Nonresident Senior Fellow for the GeoTech Center at the Atlantic Council where he provides science policy guidance on emerging technologies and development of strategies to ensure the use of “technology for good” among individuals, societies, and the international community. Bonivel was recently awarded Technologist of the Year by the Southern New England Association of Technical Professionals and was profiled by Black Enterprise Magazine as one of its 100 Modern Men. Dr. Bonivel holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical and Materials Science Engineering from the University of South Florida.
Angie Boyce, 2019-21 Executive Branch Fellow, Environmental Protection Agency & State Department
Dr. Angie Boyce is an interdisciplinary social scientist cross-trained in public health and bioethics. Leveraging her boundary-spanning training and work experience, she now creates closer connections between research, policy, and practice through convening, network building, and policy entrepreneurship as an Officer at The Pew Charitable Trusts' Evidence Project. She was a AAAS Science& Technology Policy Fellow in 2019-21 in the U.S. Department of State's Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator and Global Health Diplomacy and in the Environmental Protection Agency's Scientific Integrity Program.
Ann Marie Carlton, 2021-22 Revelle Fellow in Global Stewardship, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the White House
Dr. Ann Marie Carlton is a Professor and Vice-Chair for Chemistry at the University of California-Irvine. She is currently on leave to serve as the2021-22 Revelle Fellow. Dr. Carlton is the scientific leader of the SOAS campaign and was a member of the National Research Committee tasked with identifying priorities and strategic steps forward for atmospheric chemistry research over the coming decades. She serves on the Board of Reviewing Editors for AAAS’ Science and is an Editor of AGU’s Reviews of Geophysics. She also serves on the Advisory Board of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Environmental Science: Atmosphere. She holds a Ph.D. in Environmental Science from Rutgers University.