Picture yourself as a
AAAS Science & Technology
Make a Difference.
Help give science a greater voice in Washington, DC!
Since 1973, AAAS Fellows have applied their skills to
federal decision-making processes that affect people
in the U.S. and around the world, while learning first-
hand about the government and policymaking.
Join the Network.
Year-long fellowships are available in the U.S.
Congress and federal agencies. Applicants must
hold a PhD or equivalent doctoral-level degree in
any behavioral/social, biological, computational/
mathematical, earth, medical/health, or physical
science, or any engineering discipline. Individuals
with a master’s degree in engineering and three
years of professional experience also may apply.
Federal employees are not eligible and U.S.
citizenship is required.
The application deadline for the 2013-2014
AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships
is 5 December. Fellowships are awarded in the
spring and begin in September. Stipends range
from $74,000 to $97,000.
Note: Additional fellowships are available
through approximately 30 scientific society
partners. Individuals are encouraged to apply
with AAAS as well as with any scientific societies
for which they qualify.
Enhancing Public Policy,
Advancing Science Careers
Sabrina McCormick, PhD
Sociology and Environmental
Sciences, Brown University
2009-11 S&T Policy Fellow,
Agency, Office of Research
Evidence Based Media
Full details at: fellowships.aaas.org
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