AAAS Science Policy Career Session

Interested in opportunities at the intersection of science & policy? Want to gain first-hand experience in establishing and implementing science policy?

The American Association for the Advancement of Science S&T Policy Fellowship, a post-graduate level fellowship, offers medical doctors, scientists, and engineers  the opportunity to contribute your analytical skills to  policymaking in Washington D.C., while learning about  the role of science in the federal government.

An informational session on the AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellowship Program will be held Tuesday, July 23rd at Argonne National Laboratory. The session will feature an overivew of the S&T Policy Fellowships and will include a discussion by:

Rick Kempinski, Project Director, AAAS S&T Policy Fellowships

Jeffrey Margolis, 2010-12 DSD Alumni Fellow and Managing Director, Illinois Science and Technology Coalition

Norman D. Peterson, Director, Governmental Relations, Argonne National Laboratory

Time: 12:00 PM – 1:15 PM (Light lunch will be provided)

Location: Argonne TCS Conference Center, Building 240, Room 1416

Please reply to Tina Henne, Postdoctoral Program Coordinator @ khenne@anl.gov by July 16th to reserve your seat.

For more information, see the AAAS S&T Policy Fellowship Flyer and visit http://fellowships.aaas.org.

About Kristene Henne

Kristene “Tina” Henne is Argonne’s Postdoctoral Program Lead for the Argonne Leadership Institute. In this role, she facilitates the postdoc appointment process, postdoc career development, mentoring, advises the Postdoctoral Society of Argonne and serves as a navigator for postdoctoral issues. Henne has a Ph.D. in biological sciences from Purdue University, a B.S. in biology from Governors State University, and an A.A.S. in radiography from Kankakee Community College. She came to Argonne as a postdoctoral researcher in the Biosciences Division in 2009 and became a program coordinator in 2011.
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