Gerhard R. Andlinger Visiting Fellows in Energy and the Environment

The Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment at Princeton University invites applications for the Gerhard R. Andlinger Visiting Fellows Program, with start dates as early as February 2018. The visiting fellows program at the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment is designed to attract distinguished visitors who will enrich the research and/or teaching missions of the Andlinger Center.

ASA, CSSA and SSSA Congressional Science Fellowship

The ASA, CSSA, and SSSA Congressional Science Fellowship Program is unique opportunity for Society members with an interest in working at the intersection of science and government. For almost 30 years, ASA, CSSA and SSSA have selected a Ph.D. member to spend one year in Washington D.C. applying his/her professional and scientific expertise as a special assistant on the staff of a member of Congress or Congressional committee.

Congressional Policy Fellowship

The Biophysical Society (BPS) is a professional association whose mission is to encourage development and dissemination of knowledge in biophysics. The BPS Congressional Science & Technology Policy Fellowship Program provides an invaluable and unique opportunity for BPS members to gain practical experience and insights into public policy by working on Capitol Hill. The fellowship program places one fellow annually to serve as staff members in a Senate, House of Representatives, or Committee office.

Congressional Science Fellowship

Congressional Science Fellows spend a year working as a staff member for a Member of Congress or congressional committee.

The purpose of the program is threefold:

contribute to more effective use of scientific and technical knowledge in government;
provide a unique public policy learning experience and educate the earth science community about the public policy process;
broaden the perspective of the earth science and governmental communities regarding closer interactions between scientists and policy makers.

Congressional Fellowships

OSA, along with co-sponsors SPIE and the Materials Research Society (MRS), hosts two Congressional Fellows each year. Congressional Fellowships are designed to provide a unique public policy learning experience, demonstrate the value of science-government interaction and bring technical backgrounds and external perspectives to the decision-making process in U.S. Congress. Fellows spend one year working in Washington, D.C. as special legislative assistants on the staff of a member of Congress or Congressional committee, beginning in September.

The James Marshall Public Policy Fellowship

The SPSSI James Marshall Public Policy Fellowship trains early career scientists to 1) contribute to the effective use of scientific knowledge about social issues in the formation of public policy at the federal level; 2) educate the scientific community about how research can contribute to the development of public policy; and 3) establish a more effective liaison between social scientists and various policymaking mechanisms.

MRS/TMS Congressional Science and Engineering Fellowship

The fellow spends one year working as a special legislative assistant on the staff of a member of Congress or congressional committee. Activities may involve conducting legislative or oversight work, assisting in congressional hearings and debates and preparing briefs and writing speeches. The fellow also attends an orientation program administered by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) on congressional and executive branch operations, which includes guidance in the congressional placement process, and a year-long seminar series on science and public policy issues.

IEEE-USA Congressional Fellowship program

IEEE-USA created the Congressional Fellowship program in 1973 to:

ACS Public Policy Fellowships

ACS has two types of Public Policy Fellowship programs: the Science Policy Fellowship and the Congressional Fellowship. Please see Fellowship Programs for more information.

AMS-AAAS Congressional Fellowship

The American Mathematical Society (AMS), in conjunction with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), sponsors a Congressional Fellow each year who spends the year working on the staff of a Member of Congress or a congressional committee, working as a special legislative assistant in legislative and policy areas requiring scientific and technical input. The program includes an orientation on congressional and executive branch operations, and a year-long seminar series on issues involving science, technology and public policy.

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