Career Center

Event

Title:

  Getting Started in a Career in Science Policy (Panel Disucssion)
Date:   Thursday, June 9, 2011
Time:   4:00-5:30pm
Location:  

Stanford Career Development Center, 1st floor conference room
563 Salvatierra Walk (Student Services Building)

Event details:  

Join us to hear from a panel of PhD students and postdocs about how they are getting started in careers in science policy. Learn about policy fellowship opportunities in the government and the National Academy of Sciences, what opportunities to take advantage of while at Stanford, and whether this might be an option for you! If you enjoy communicating science and engineering principles and thinking about the bigger picture, consider science policy. We strongly encourage students and postdocs from all disciplines to come hear about these opportunities.

Faciliated by:
Stephanie K. Eberle, Manager, Educational Resources and Client Services
School of Medicine Career Center

Confirmed Panelists:
T.J. Augustine, PhD in Chemistry, Masters in Public Policy
White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Intern
Starting OSA/SPIE Congressional Fellowship in the fall

Pushkar Joshi, Postdoc in the Department of Biology
Mirzayan Science and Technology Policy Fellow at the National Academy of Sciences

Jennifer Shieh, PhD in Neurosciences
Mirzayan Science and Technology Policy Fellow at the National Academy of Sciences
Starting AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellowship in the fall

Additional information and/or registration:  

Registration is not required

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