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  1. STEM_Wonk
    Feb 24 - 12:01 pm

    great advice on how to relate your grad school experiences to be advantageous for policy! It seems like such an amazing experience for someone who loves the experience of research but might not want to go the traditional route of industry or academia. Thanks Stephanie for your willingness to talk to Christine and Thanks Christine for this piece!

  2. Christine Herman
    Feb 24 - 5:09 pm

    @STEM_Wonk: Glad you are finding this information useful!

    I passed your question from yesterday on to Stefanie, and she contacted AAAS to find out more information about what S&T policy fellows do after the fellowship. She said she’ll post that information here once she gets it, so stay tuned for that. :)

  3. Stefanie Bumpus
    Feb 26 - 11:02 am

    @STEM_Wonk: See previous blog post on Science Policy for the answer to your question!

  4. Colt Larsen
    Jun 02 - 2:59 am

    Wow Stefanie certainly made the most of her higher degree. I guess she’s living proof that chemists first of all need to become good networkers.

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