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Spotlight on Fellows, 2020

AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellows (STPF) come from diverse disciplines, career stages and sectors. Each month leading up to the November 1 application deadline, we will spotlight a fellow below. Use your STEM expertise to impact decision-making at the national level. Apply today!

May Spotlight

STPF fellow Quinta Nwanosike Warren with a quote about STPF's impact.

Want to hear about other fellows like Quinta?

Chemists are excellent policy fellows. Want proof? Check out this story from the American Chemical Society (ACS) which follows six chemists over the course of their year in Washington. 

June Spotlight

Photo of STPF fellows Jennifer Dailey

Want to learn more about fellows like Jennifer?

Engineers do amazing things as fellows. Listen to fellow and engineer Terrance Mosley as he discusses energy efficiency in a recent Sci on the Fly podcast, "The Path Toward Energy Efficient Homes: A Conversation with Sam Rashkin, Department of Energy."

July Spotlight

STPF fellow Kyle Novak with quote about fellowship impact

Ready to learn more about other fellows like Kyle?

Mathematicians make an impact as fellows. Check out this story by STPF Director (and mathematician) Dr. Jennifer Pearl.

August Spotlight

STPF fellow Teraya Donaldson quote about the impact of her fellowship experience.

Curious to hear about other fellows like Teraya?

Read about the important role physicians and those in public health have as fellows in this recent story about physician fellows.

September Spotlight

STPF fellow Raleigh Martin photo


Want to know how physical scientists like Raleigh impact policy as fellows?

Read all about it here.

October Spotlight

Photo and STPF fellowship placement information for ConSandra McNeil

Interested in learning how social scientists like ConSandra contribute to federal policy?

Read more about the impact of psychologists and economists as fellows.


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