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“Scientists can do science and be involved in civic engagement or policy making at the same time. With LSEN, we are providing the tools and resources to help make that easier so you can focus on making change in your community.”

“Scientists can do science and be involved in civic engagement or policy making at the same time. With LSEN, we are providing the tools and resources to help make that easier so you can focus on making change in your community.”

Mamadi is a sociology professor from East Carolina University. As a fellow, he researched the extent to which persons with disabilities face challenges when accessing the websites, electronic case filing and processing systems, and online records of the federal courts.

Andrea is a neurophysiologist whose research focused on how human brains regulate blood pressure and breathing, and how birds’ brains process visual motion.

2008-09 Health, Education & Human Services (HEHS) Fellow; Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, Office of Medicine, Science and Public Health

STPF hosted a live video chat with alumni of the Judicial Branch Fellowship to discuss how the fellowship transformed their career.

STPF hosted a live video chat with alumni of the Judicial fellowship to discuss how the fellowship transformed their career.

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