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AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellows

AAAS Fellows
2017-2018 New NSF AAAS Fellows
- Photo Credit: Steven Buhneing

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE (AAAS) FELLOWS AT NSF

AAAS Science and Technology Policy (STP) Fellows spend one year at the National Science Foundation learning how NSF funds science, while providing scientific, engineering, and educational input on issues relating to NSF's mission to support fundamental science and engineering research and education. AAAS NSF Science and Technology Policy Fellows will be placed at offices throughout the Foundation working with staff involved in the planning, development and oversight of agency programs. The programs include all fields of fundamental research including biological, computer and information, mathematical and physical, social/behavioral/economic, and geosciences as well as engineering and technology, education, or public, legal and legislative affairs.

Click on the AAAS STP Fellows below to hear more about their experiences as a fellow at NSF.

Alan Arnold

Dr. Alan Arnold
Directorate for Education and Human Resources
Class of 2016-2017

 

Chaevia Clendinen

Dr. Chaevia Clendinen
Office of Information Resource Management
Class of 2016-2017

 

Chantel Fuqua

Dr. Chantel Fuqua
Directorate for Education and Human Resources
Class of 2016-2017

         

Joseph Kliegman

Dr. Joseph Kliegman
Directorate for Engineering
Class of 2016-2017


 

Christopher Williams

Dr. Christopher Williams
Office of Integrative Activities
Class of 2016-2017


 


To learn more about the current AAAS STP Fellows at NSF, please visit the NSF AAAS STP Fellows page.

For information on former Fellows, please visit the Previous NSF AAAS STP Fellows page.

Visit the AAAS Website for complete information on the AAAS STP Fellowship program. 

For information about this program, please contact Kathryn Sullivan at ksulliva@nsf.gov.