CCST Science Fellows Alumni Publish Career Guide for Science Policy


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A Career Guide for Science Policy was developed by CCST Science & Technology Policy Fellows alumni, including Sydney Chamberlin, Julianne McCall, and John Thompson. The career guide can be downloaded here.

CCST is attending the 2020 AAAS Annual Meeting in Seattle, where we organized two events for attendees in conjunction with our partners and the CCST Science & Technology Policy Fellow alumni.

One session featured a science policy career workshop, coordinated by Julianne McCall (2017 CCST Science Fellow) of the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research and Jeffery Song (2018 CCST Science Fellow) of CCST, featuring the following speakers:

  • Jeff Onsted, California Department of Conservation, Sacramento, CA
  • Susanna Ehlers, Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research, Montevideo, Uruguay
  • Frederick Tyson, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Durham, NC
Frederick Tyson, Susanna Ehlers, Jeff Onsted, Julianne McCall, and Jeffery Song at AAAS 2020.

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