AAASFellows -- A Listserv for Alumni AAAS Fellows

 

About AAASFellows
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GENERAL INFORMATION

This AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships listserv facilitates networking among alumni AAAS Fellows (AAAS administered fellowships and those administered by AAAS-partner sponsoring scientific societies). It is a venue to continue and expand connections by sharing information, seeking input, and participating in discussions about science, technology, and policy issues. The listserv is a means to inform colleagues about seminars/events, resources, and other initiatives and activities.

This listserv is for alumni AAAS Fellows and relevant AAAS staff only. We encourage all alumni Fellows to take advantage of the listserv to continue interactions as alumni of the AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships.

The objectives of this list are:

1. To provide a forum for ongoing communication and dialogue on science, technology, and policy issues.

2. To enable alumni AAAS Fellows to exchange experiences, share success stories and concerns, seek input on issues, and continue professional networking.

3. To serve as a means for disseminating information on science, technology and policy-related conferences and other events, publications, news items, and resources.

4. To facilitate timely communication between the AAAS Fellowships staff and alumni Fellows.

DISCLAIMER

AAAS accepts no responsibility for the opinions and information posted on this listserv by others, and does not monitor, sanction or endorse the content of any information exchanged through the listserv, except when posted by AAAS Fellowships staff acting in a professional capacity. Messages and opinions expressed on this listserv are those of the author and are not necessarily the opinions of AAAS, its officers, general members, and/or the AAAS Fellowships Department.

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