Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering
POINTS OF CONTACT
Executive Director, Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering
The team was awarded a strategic planning grant from CCST in early 2017, and participated in the CCST grant launch workshop at the 2017 AAAS Annual Meeting. Grantee teams most recently participated in a planning workshop held during the 2017 NCSL Legislative Summit and during the 2018 AAAS Annual Meeting.
- DUE August 6, 2018: CASE is now accepting applications for a two-year Science and Technology Policy Fellowship at the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) in Hartford, Connecticut, to begin October 2018. Open to PhD-level scientists and engineers. Instructions: http://ctcase.org/fellowship/CASE_CALL_FOR_APPLICATIONS.pdf
Development of a fellowship program for Connecticut will meet an important need by creating the capacity to expeditiously provide qualified advice and analyses on current science- and technology-related policy issues in a nonpartisan manner for the Connecticut General Assembly — while at the same time offering fellows invaluable experience in policymaking.” — Richard Strauss