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The McClure Center values its role in expanding opportunities to get involved in public policy for students — from undergraduates to postdoctoral. The Center also values its role in connecting faculty to opportunities that relate their research to public policy. One way to do this is by linking students and faculty on sabbatical to internships, jobs and research opportunities.

Undergraduate Students

Deadline: Feb. 27, 2019
Incubator Fellowship, Aspen Tech Policy Hub
At the Aspen Tech Policy Hub, we take tech experts, teach them the policy process through an in-person fellowship program in the Bay Area, and encourage them to develop outside-the-box solutions to society’s problems. We model ourselves after tech incubators like Y Combinator, but train new policy thinkers and focus the impact of their ideas. We’re building new ideas for policymaking — every fellow must complete one practical policy output during their time with us — and an alumni base of technologists who understand policy and want to engage with it. In-person participation required June-August 2019 (Bay Area).
Informational webinar: February 25, 2019 (register here) from 9-10am PST
Additional details.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Policy Fellow - Global Innovation, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF)
ITIF, a Washington, D.C.-based think tank, is seeking a policy fellow to conduct research on global innovation and digital trade policy issues in the summer of 2019, starting in May. The ideal applicant should have a demonstrated interest in the intersection of technological innovation and global trade policy, as well as exceptional research and writing abilities. Students with strong interest in trade and innovation policy issues are especially encouraged to apply. The position is available on a full- or part-time basis, 20-40 hours a week.
More information.

Deadline: As soon as possible/rolling
Multiple internships, Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI)
EESI is a not-for-profit organization established in 1984 by a bipartisan Congressional caucus to provide timely, credible information for policymakers and influential stakeholders, and promote innovative environmental and energy solutions. EESI internships offer invaluable career benefits and opportunities and may also be used for undergraduate, graduate, or postgraduate credit. EESI recruits interns throughout the year on a rotating basis. Internship start and end dates are flexible. Internships require a commitment of 25-40 hours per week for a minimum of 10-12 weeks.
Please click on the internships listed below for more information:

  • (Next available position: Summer 2019 semester)
  • (Next available position: Summer 2019 semester)
  • (Next available position: Summer 2019 semester)

Deadline: Rolling
Multiple Washington D.C.-based semester internship opportunities, New America
Explore internship .

Deadline: Rolling
The University of Idaho Office of Undergraduate Research offers a variety of competitive funding resources, including research grants, summer-specific funding and travel grants.
Learn more.

Graduate and Professional Students 

Deadline: Feb. 27, 2019
Incubator Fellowship, Aspen Tech Policy Hub
At the Aspen Tech Policy Hub, we take tech experts, teach them the policy process through an in-person fellowship program in the Bay Area, and encourage them to develop outside-the-box solutions to society’s problems. We model ourselves after tech incubators like Y Combinator, but train new policy thinkers and focus the impact of their ideas. We’re building new ideas for policymaking — every fellow must complete one practical policy output during their time with us — and an alumni base of technologists who understand policy and want to engage with it. In-person participation required June-August 2019 (Bay Area).
Informational webinar: February 25, 2019 (register here) from 9-10am PST
Additional details.

Deadline: March 1, 2019
European Union Visitors Program (EUVP)
The EUVP is an individual visitors’ program that was established by the European Parliament and the European Commission in 1974. The EUVP invites young, promising leaders from countries outside the European Union to visit Europe to gain a first-hand appreciation of the EU’s institutions, policies, values, and people to increase mutual understanding between professionals from non-EU countries and their EU counterparts. The EUVP is jointly sponsored and administered by the European Parliament and the European Commission. An EUVP visit consists of an individual 5- to 8-day program of meetings with EU officials at the EU institutions in Brussels and/or Strasbourg. Americans with a career-related interest in the European Union are invited to apply for the EUVP. Eligible participants include government officials (local, state, and federal), journalists, trade unionists, educators, officials of non-profit and non-governmental organizations, and other professionals aged 30-40 with career-related interests in the European Union. Candidates are selected from the United States and other countries.
Learn . 

Deadline: As soon as possible
Policy Fellow - Global Innovation, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF)
ITIF, a Washington, D.C.-based think tank, is seeking a policy fellow to conduct research on global innovation and digital trade policy issues in the summer of 2019, starting in May. The ideal applicant should have a demonstrated interest in the intersection of technological innovation and global trade policy, as well as exceptional research and writing abilities. Students with strong interest in trade and innovation policy issues are especially encouraged to apply. The position is available on a full- or part-time basis, 20-40 hours a week.
More information.

Deadline: As soon as possible/rolling
Multiple internships, Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI)
EESI is a not-for-profit organization established in 1984 by a bipartisan Congressional caucus to provide timely, credible information for policymakers and influential stakeholders, and promote innovative environmental and energy solutions. EESI internships offer invaluable career benefits and opportunities and may also be used for undergraduate, graduate, or postgraduate credit. EESI recruits interns throughout the year on a rotating basis. Internship start and end dates are flexible. Internships require a commitment of 25-40 hours per week for a minimum of 10-12 weeks. 
Please click on the internships listed below for more information:

  • (Next available position: Summer 2019 semester)
  • (Next available position: Summer 2019 semester)
  • (Next available position: Summer 2019 semester)

Deadline: As soon as possible
Science Policy Intern, American Physical Society (APS)
The American Physical Society (APS) seeks a Science Policy intern to work in its Office of Government Affairs (OGA), located in downtown Washington D.C. in the National Press Building, for up to six months (available immediately or flexible start date, up to 24 hrs. p/wk, up to $14.00 p/hr.). The intern will have an integral role at the OGA with the opportunity to work on a variety of projects central to advancing the Society’s advocacy goals. Primary responsibilities could include: working with OGA staff on federal science budget tracking, scientific mobility initiatives, climate change activities, matters of education policy, and advocacy efforts involving APS members. Additionally, the intern could help with organizing the Society’s senior-level policy committee meeting and other tasks as needed. Bachelor’s degree required and graduate students are encouraged to apply; physical sciences and public policy majors preferred. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. 
For consideration, send cover letter, resume and professional references via e-mail: [email protected].

Deadline: Rolling
Multiple Washington D.C.-based semester internship opportunities, New America
Explore internship .

Postdoctoral Fellowships 

Deadline: Feb. 20, 2019
American Association for Cancer Research Science Policy Fellowship, American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)
This two-year fellowship is designed for early-career cancer research professionals who hold an advanced degree (PhD, MD, MD/PhD) and are interested in the development and implementation of cancer research-related policies on the national level. The fellow will gain experience drafting, analyzing, and implementing policy through time spent working within the U.S. Congress, the National Cancer Institute or the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and in the AACR Office of Science Policy and Government Affairs in Washington, D.C.  In addition, there may be opportunities to work at the AACR headquarters in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Learn .

Faculty

Deadline: Feb. 20, 2019
American Association for Cancer Research Science Policy Fellowship, American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)
This two-year fellowship is designed for early-career cancer research professionals who hold an advanced degree (PhD, MD, MD/PhD) and are interested in the development and implementation of cancer research-related policies on the national level. The fellow will gain experience drafting, analyzing, and implementing policy through time spent working within the U.S. Congress, the National Cancer Institute or the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and in the AACR Office of Science Policy and Government Affairs in Washington, D.C.  In addition, there may be opportunities to work at the AACR headquarters in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Learn . 

Deadline: Feb. 27, 2019
Incubator Fellowship, Aspen Tech Policy Hub
At the Aspen Tech Policy Hub, we take tech experts, teach them the policy process through an in-person fellowship program in the Bay Area, and encourage them to develop outside-the-box solutions to society’s problems. We model ourselves after tech incubators like Y Combinator, but train new policy thinkers and focus the impact of their ideas. We’re building new ideas for policymaking — every fellow must complete one practical policy output during their time with us — and an alumni base of technologists who understand policy and want to engage with it. In-person participation required June-August 2019 (Bay Area).
Informational webinar: February 25, 2019 (register here) from 9-10am PST
Additional .

Deadline: March 1, 2019
European Union Visitors Program (EUVP)
The EUVP is an individual visitors’ program that was established by the European Parliament and the European Commission in 1974. The EUVP invites young, promising leaders from countries outside the European Union to visit Europe to gain a first-hand appreciation of the EU’s institutions, policies, values, and people to increase mutual understanding between professionals from non-EU countries and their EU counterparts. The EUVP is jointly sponsored and administered by the European Parliament and the European Commission. An EUVP visit consists of an individual 5- to 8-day program of meetings with EU officials at the EU institutions in Brussels and/or Strasbourg. Americans with a career-related interest in the European Union are invited to apply for the EUVP. Eligible participants include government officials (local, state, and federal), journalists, trade unionists, educators, officials of non-profit and non-governmental organizations, and other professionals aged 30-40 with career-related interests in the European Union. Candidates are selected from the United States and other countries.
Learn .

Job Postings

Deadline: Feb. 20, 2019
American Association for Cancer Research Science Policy Fellowship, American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)
This two-year fellowship is designed for early-career cancer research professionals who hold an advanced degree (PhD, MD, MD/PhD) and are interested in the development and implementation of cancer research-related policies on the national level. The fellow will gain experience drafting, analyzing, and implementing policy through time spent working within the U.S. Congress, the National Cancer Institute or the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and in the AACR Office of Science Policy and Government Affairs in Washington, D.C. In addition, there may be opportunities to work at the AACR headquarters in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Learn .

Deadline: Feb. 20, 2019
Director - Innovation Policy, Pfizer
The Innovation Policy team places the advancement of human health at the center of global policy development by providing strategic policy solutions to optimize and protect the R&D environment, enabling key late stage and in-line compounds, building global health care reform and global pricing platforms in support of innovation, addressing whitespace policy opportunities in the ecosystem and for mapping the future Innovation Policy landscape. This position reports to the VP, Innovation Policy of Pfizer’s Global Policy group within Corporate Affairs. The candidate must have strong life sciences background, excellence in policy platform development, policy analysis, oral and written communication skills and the ability to work collaboratively with R&D, Communications, Public Affairs, Government Relations, Medical Affairs, Commercial Teams, Patient Heal and Impact and external stakeholders in a fast-paced environment.
More .

Deadline: Feb. 22, 2019
Research Analyst - Physics Hazard Resilience, IDA Science and Technology Policy Institute (STPI)
The IDA STPI is a non-profit, federally funded research and development center that provides analytical support to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), the Department of Homeland Security, and other federal departments agencies on science and technology (S&T) policy issues. STPI’s work on hazard resilience focuses on assessing the extent to which hazards pose a threat to the Nation and analyzing associated levels of national preparedness. The Research Analyst will work with OSTP, federal departments and agencies, and interagency committees and staff to envision, coordinate, and evaluate national initiatives and policies related to enhancing national resilience and preparedness policies through the use of science and technology.
Additional .

Deadline: Feb. 25, 2019
Director (Gender and Social Inclusion), Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC)
As Director (Gender and Social Inclusion), you will work as part of a practice team led by the Senior Director for Gender and Social Inclusion and with other staff in to strengthen MCC's engagement across sectors in current thinking, approaches, strategies, tools, policies and practices related to gender and social integration in large-scale international development programs.
Learn .

Deadline: Feb. 25, 2019
Senior Energy Analyst, California Public Utilities Commission
In overseeing implementation of current Energy Saving Assistance policy and programs, the Senior Energy Analyst will work to proactively anticipate challenges and help ensure successful implementation of policy and programs. The analyst will also evaluate the efficacy of the decision directed activities to identify gaps and inconsistencies in performance and data needed to inform future policies. In policy development and implementation oversight, the analyst will take a broad and strategic view, and collaborate with other divisions across the Commission, to add value through considering the bigger picture state and Commission goals.
Learn more.

Deadline: Feb. 27, 2019
Incubator Fellowship, Aspen Tech Policy Hub
At the Aspen Tech Policy Hub, we take tech experts, teach them the policy process through an in-person fellowship program in the Bay Area, and encourage them to develop outside-the-box solutions to society’s problems. We model ourselves after tech incubators like Y Combinator, but train new policy thinkers and focus the impact of their ideas. We’re building new ideas for policymaking — every fellow must complete one practical policy output during their time with us — and an alumni base of technologists who understand policy and want to engage with it. In-person participation required June-August 2019 (Bay Area).
Informational webinar: February 25, 2019 (register here) from 9-10am PST
Additional .

Deadline: Feb. 28. 2019
Research Coordinator - U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP), ICF
ICF seeks to hire a research coordinator at the USGCRP National Coordination Office (NCO) to support federal interagency working groups and initiatives, primarily in the area of climate change and human health. The successful candidate will serve as the primary facilitation and coordination support to the USGCRP’s Interagency Crosscutting Climate Change and Human Health Group (CCHHG), foster the integration of health activities and expertise in other areas of the Program, and provide coordination support as needed to interagency efforts in other areas of Program need. The USGCRP coordinates and integrates global change research and supporting activities conducted by 13 federal agencies and Departments. It is overseen by the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) of the Executive Office of the President and by representatives from the 13 member agencies.
Learn .

Deadline: March 3, 2019
Policy Associate (two positions), Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI)
EESI is a not-for-profit organization established in 1984 by a bipartisan Congressional caucus to provide timely, credible information for policymakers and influential stakeholders, and promote innovative environmental and energy solutions. We are seeking two Policy Associates to support and advance policy solutions that set the U.S. on a cleaner, more secure and sustainable energy path. We envision that each associate will focus on distinct aspects of our policy approach while cross-pollinating the work of each other. The first associate’s emphasis will center on federal affairs, especially liaising with Congressional offices. Our other associate will be focused on research, analysis, developing content for publication, as well as project tracking. Both positions will share many of the same overall responsibilities.
More .

Deadline: As soon as possible
Senior Policy Analyst - Clean Energy Innovation, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF)
ITIF—a leading science and technology policy think tank—seeks a senior policy analyst for its clean energy innovation program. The successful candidate will analyze a wide range of policies that have the potential to influence the national and global transition to a low-carbon energy system, such as research, development, and demonstration funding, taxation, and regulation. The duties will include original and secondary research as well as written and oral communication of research findings to the policy analysis and advocacy community in Washington, D.C., and beyond. The analyst will be expected to engage actively with members of this community at events and through personal networking. The analyst will be based in Washington and report to ITIF’s senior fellow for clean energy innovation policy. The position is funded for one year with the support of the Spitzer Trust and may be renewed contingent on future funding.
Additional details.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Policy Analyst - Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP), University of Minnesota
The CIDRAP at the University of Minnesota is seeking a full-time policy analyst/researcher to participate in a team that will generate a Research and Development (R&D) Roadmap for Influenza Vaccines. The roadmap is aimed at accelerating progress toward development of universal influenza vaccines. This is a nearly two-year position that will run from the beginning of March 2019 until the end of 2020. The incumbent does not necessarily need to be located in the Twin Cities and there is the potential to work remotely. The person in this position will function as part of a senior-level team that will develop the roadmap. The team will include the CIDRAP director, the CIDRAP medical director, and several researchers. Doctorate or master’s degree required.
For more information, email Dr. Michael Osterholm.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Managing Director - Science and Regulatory Affairs, CropLife America (CLA)
Under the direction of the General Counsel, responsible for the development, implementation and management of effective science and regulatory policy strategies in support of CLA’s advocacy objectives. Lead research and regulatory advocacy around the organization’s priority issues affecting the ability of CLA members to discover, develop, register, distribute, market, use and dispose of their products.
Additional .

Deadline: As soon as possible
Grassroots Advocacy (Senior) Associate, American Physical Society (APS)
As the Grassroots Advocacy (Senior) Associate, you'll coordinate all of APS’s grassroots advocacy efforts, with the freedom and encouragement to develop new advocacy initiatives in consultation with Office of Government Affairs (OGA) leadership. Responsibilities vary from organizing APS’s Congressional Visit Days, to representing APS at national meetings and on Capitol Hill, to strategizing new ways to engage with and mobilize APS members. You will work with APS volunteers to help advance APS’s policy priorities, regularly interact with APS leaders, and become a trusted resource for the Society’s members and staff for all grassroots advocacy-related questions, events, and activities. You will work directly with the APS Chief Government Affairs Officer, OGA Administrator, APS Press Secretary and the APS OGA science policy team on a daily basis. Bachelor’s degree required, advanced degree preferred.
Learn more.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Clean Energy Analyst, American Gas Association
The American Gas Association, founded in 1918, represents more than 200 local energy companies that deliver clean natural gas throughout the United States. There are more than 74 million residential, commercial and industrial natural gas customers in the U.S., of which 95 percent — more than 70 million customers — receive their gas from AGA members. We are seeking a Clean Energy Analyst who will be responsible for understanding and analyzing natural gas markets and policies to advance the role of natural gas and natural gas utilities in meeting the needs of a clean and secure energy economy. Working with the Energy Analysis team, this analyst will coordinate and collaborate across the Association with a goal of evaluating industry-wide initiatives related to the expansion of efficient thermal applications, renewable natural gas, distributed energy, environmental regulation, and other issues relevant to the Association’s advocacy.
Learn more.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Public Affairs Analyst, American Geophysical Union (AGU)
The Public Affairs Analyst elevates AGU’s status among U.S. Congress and the Administration by enabling AGU to respond more rapidly and comprehensively to Capitol Hill and media requests. The Analyst will also help engage AGU members in science policy events and activities through creation and dissemination of informational resources for its membership and policymakers. Reporting to Assistant Director, Public Affairs, the Public Affairs Analyst collaborates regularly with the members of the Public Affairs team and other AGU staff.
Learn more.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Government Affairs Manager, Niskanen Center
The Niskanen Center seeks a government affairs (GA) professional to lead outreach for our growing climate department. Niskanen’s climate program produces original research and policy analysis aiming to reduce the risks of climate change, promote carbon taxation, and support the transition to a low-carbon economy. The GA manager will develop and implement strategies to advance the Center’s ideas among federal officials and staff, NGOs, and industry/government stakeholders.
Additional .

Deadline: As soon as possible
Climate & Clean Energy Program Officer, Heising-Simons Foundation
A new role within the Heising-Simons Foundation’s growing team, the Climate & Clean Energy Program Officer will play a key role in shaping the Foundation’s portfolio in response to emerging trends and cutting-edge opportunities. The Program Officer will identify and work with prospective and existing grantees, monitor grantee progress, and develop strategies and grantmaking areas for the Climate & Clean Energy program. The Program Officer should have broad expertise in policy-driven climate mitigation and clean energy opportunities.
Details .

Deadline: As soon as possible
Manger - Environmental Health & Safety, IPC - Association Connecting Electronics Industries
IPC seeks a manager with a solid background in environment policy. This position is located in Washington, D.C. and reports to the VP of Global Government Relations. The Manager - EHS leads IPC’s environmental, health and safety (EHS) advocacy in North America. In this role, he or she shall work with IPC’s North American Government Relations Committee, the EHS Committee and IPC’s larger membership to develop a robust environmental policy agenda and a plan to achieve that agenda. To this end, the Manager will help represent IPC before policymakers and with industry coalitions. In addition to advocacy, this position will be responsible for providing the membership updates and analyses on pertinent EHS developments through online communications, events and one-on-one engagement.
Additional .

Deadline: As soon as possible
Project Lead, World Economic Forum Centre
The Centre aims to co-design governance protocols and policy frameworks that will be piloted by governments, businesses, and other stakeholders around the world in order to shape the trajectories and uses of emerging technologies in the global public interest. The Centre is seeking a Project Lead for our Fourth Industrial Revolution for the Earth portfolio ("4IR for the Earth"), focused on the intersection of technology, environment, and governance. The concept of 4IR for the Earth spans a broad range of interrelated environmental and human systems, including but not limited to: climate and weather, energy, oceans, food and agriculture, biodiversity, water, circular economy, and urban and built environment. New technologies offer new tools for enabling better stewardship of the Earth, and potentially transformative opportunities for managing our environmental future. The Forum’s 4IR for the Earth portfolio aims to support the building and testing of multi-stakeholder governance frameworks to realize the benefits of technology for the environment and society, while minimizing harm.
Learn .

Deadline: As soon as possible
Senior Director of Policy and Advocacy - Cancer Policy Institute, Cancer Support Community
The Cancer Support Community (CSC), the largest nonprofit provider of social and emotional support for people affected by cancer, is seeking a Senior Director to serve in a leadership position with the Cancer Policy Institute (CPI). Grounded in the mission to ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action and sustained by community, the aim of the Cancer Policy Institute is to ensure that all people affected by cancer have access to quality, evidence-based care that includes both medical and psychosocial care throughout the cancer continuum. The individual selected for this role will be a self-starter, experienced in public policy and committed to fulfilling the mission of CSC. This individual will report to the Executive Director of the Cancer Policy Institute. Major duties: lead in the development and implementation of CSC’s regulatory and legislative agenda, secure and grow relationships with policymakers across multiple sectors, and conduct strategic policy analysis.
More .

Deadline: As soon as possible
ORISE Fellowship, Oak Ridge Institute - U.S. Department of Energy
The Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) Science, Technology and Policy (STP) Program serves as a next step in the educational and professional development of scientists and engineers by providing opportunities to participate in policy-related projects at DOE's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in Washington, D.C. Participants will become part of a group of highly-trained scientists and engineers with the education, background, and experience to be part of the workforce that supports the DOE's mission in the future.
Learn more.

Other  

Deadline: March 1, 2019
European Union Visitors Program (EUVP)
The EUVP is an individual visitors’ program that was established by the European Parliament and the European Commission in 1974. The EUVP invites young, promising leaders from countries outside the European Union to visit Europe to gain a first-hand appreciation of the EU’s institutions, policies, values, and people to increase mutual understanding between professionals from non-EU countries and their EU counterparts. The EUVP is jointly sponsored and administered by the European Parliament and the European Commission. An EUVP visit consists of an individual 5- to 8-day program of meetings with EU officials at the EU institutions in Brussels and/or Strasbourg. Americans with a career-related interest in the European Union are invited to apply for the EUVP. Eligible participants include government officials (local, state, and federal), journalists, trade unionists, educators, officials of non-profit and non-governmental organizations, and other professionals aged 30-40 with career-related interests in the European Union. Candidates are selected from the United States and other countries.
Learn . 

Deadline: March 1, 2019
Global Innovation through Science & Technology Tech-I Competition
You can be part of the 2019 GIST Tech-I finalist selection process. People from around the world have the opportunity to watch the 80 semifinalist pitch videos and vote for their favorite startup. You can help discover the next entrepreneur(s) to change the world in a profound and positive way. GIST Tech-I has brought together some of the brightest minds in more than 130 emerging economies across the globe to compete for valuable startup resources. These entrepreneurs who are using science and technology to solve challenges in their countries. 
Watch the videos and vote here.

June 12-16, 2019
Greenermind Summit
Greenermind is a community of change-makers in the San Francisco Bay area and in Washington, D.C.  We host the Greenermind Summit — one part adult summer camp, one part unconference and one part restorative retreat. Is there a talent show? Yup. Do we make music around the campfire? Yup. Will you learn about cutting-edge ways people are solving wicked problems like sanitation in the developing world, gender bias at work, oceanic plastic pollution, affordable housing policy and more? Duh — it wouldn’t be Greenermind without some serious nerding out. At Greenermind you'll meet mission-driven people from diverse backgrounds. We are entrepreneurs, educators, designers, scientists, nonprofit leaders, corporate managers, artists, policy experts, front-line activists and more.
to see who you'll meet this year.  

Deadline: As soon as possible
31st International Summer Symposium on Science and World Affairs, Beirut, Lebanon, Aug. 6-13, 2019
Hosted by the Program on Energy Policy and Security in the Middle East at the Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs of the American University Beirut
Call for participants: The ideal participant is someone with an advanced degree in a technical field who is working full-time on security issues or would like to make a transition to this kind of work. However, we also consider researchers who do not have technical training but are interested in technical policy issues, or who are only able to commit to part-time work in the field. The Symposium also include a smaller number of more experienced researchers. Meetings are structured to encourage the active engagement of all participants, to educate and help participants new to the field formulate research projects, and to foster strong relationships between participants. Each person must give a talk on research they are working on or planning to work on, and time is scheduled to allow feedback by the other participants. The participants are housed together and eat meals together, and ample time is provided for more in-depth discussion of relevant issues. Travel and accommodation is paid for all participants. We expect to host roughly 40 participants, and especially welcome your suggestions of appropriate Middle Eastern and South Asian participants.  
For more information on the Symposium.  

Defense Intelligence Agency 2019 Report
 “Challenges to Security in Space”
This unclassified report examines the space and counterspace programs that pose or potentially pose a significant challenge to U.S. or partner interests.

World Economic Forum
2019 archived panels now available.

Non-Confidential U.S. Congressional Research Service Reports
These are now publicly available.

The Aspen Institute Citizenship and American Identity Program
New report available:

Science Network Mentor Program
Designed to bridge the gap between academic pursuits and advocacy, policy, and social justice. Seeking mentors and mentees. 
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