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The 2013-14 Fellowship cohort is the 41st class of Fellows. This year there are 286 year-long Fellows who are working in various Congressional offices and committees, and more than 12 executive branch agencies.

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Affinity groups are formed and managed by current and alumni Fellows. They provide Fellows with a forum to meet and discuss issues related to areas of targeted interest such as specific areas of science, policy, and other topical issues.

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Sci on the Fly

To become a brilliant PhD... but how will I know when I've actually become successful?
Issel Anne Lim
Posted Sep 08
Scales of Justice
Shubha Ghosh
Posted Sep 06
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Lynn Hull
Posted Sep 05

News

Developing the Complete Mind and Searching for Life beyond Earth

Grand challenges and life beyond earth: these are just a couple of the things returning fellow Jay Goodwin, 2013-15 Executive Branch Fellow at NSF, has been thinking about.

Years in Fellowship Benefits Oceans Today

By Todd Capson, 2008-10 Executive Branch Fe

Developments at the Nexus of Water and Energy

National attention on the interplay between water and energy was captured when drought in 2012 hampered some power plants ability to provide power.

Merging Mathematics with Policy

Karen Saxe, a mathematics professor at Macalester College, has been appointed Second Vice President of the Mathematical Association of America.
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