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Office of Science, Policy and Society Programs

The OSPSP engages science and scientists with many communities, including those of STEM education, government, workforce capacity, religion and law. We promote responsible conduct of, and advise on, investment in scientific research. Together, we advance the appropriate role of science in the service of society.

 

 

Office of Science, Policy and Society Programs

2020 Science & Technology Policy Leadership Seminar

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2020 Science & Technology Policy Forum

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2019 Science & Technology Policy Leadership Seminar

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Economics Training Strengthens the Connection Between Science and Policymaking

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Policy Fellowships Are Taking Root Well Beyond Washington

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Annual Policy Meeting Brings the White House to AAAS

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Live Chat: Why You? Why STPF? Why Now?

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2019 Chat Series: Live Chats with AAAS S&T Policy Fellows

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U.S. Scientific Community Needs a Mission Reboot to Focus on Public Good

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Engaging in Science-Related Activities Educates the Public About Climate Change

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White House Science Adviser Outlines Game Plan to Grow Innovation

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2019 William D. Carey Lecture with Dr. Ernest J. Moniz

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Science & Technology Policy Forum to Explore Strengthening Science’s Benefits to Society

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AAAS Forum on Science & Technology Policy

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Neuroscience and Society Series: Autism

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POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE! Webinar: Evaluating Labor Conditions and Supply Chain Accountability

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The STPF Application & Interview Process

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Geospatial Evidence in International Human Rights Litigation: Technical and Legal Considerations

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Geospatial Evidence in International Human Rights Litigation

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Facebook Live: What happens after an STPF fellowship?

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Report Launch: Geospatial Evidence in International Human Rights Litigation

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Live Chat: A Day in the Life of an S&T Policy Fellow

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2018 William D. Carey Lecture with Dr. Arati Prabhakar

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(Webinar) Measuring Shifts in Power in Favor of Women

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Live Chat: Why have scientists and engineers in government? Why you? Why now?