The purpose of this group is to bring together those currently involved in state S&T policy fellowship programs, those who are interested in forming programs within their state, and individuals interested in applying for these programs.
The Science Policy Group at UCSF is a group of students, postdocs, and scientists working to promote science policy. We aim to provide a resource for discussion of science policy issues as well as a platform for initiating advocacy within and beyond UCSF.
Using cutting edge modeling techniques validated through the peer-review process, the Foundation’s team of best in class data scientists is working to calculate the past, present, and future flood risk of every home and property in the United States. The First Street Foundation Flood Model and resulting data will allow world renowned researchers from the […]
MOST Policy Initiative, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation aimed at bringing scientists and policymakers together to improve livelihoods for people and communities in the Midwest. The Missouri Science & Technology Policy Fellows program is the core, inaugural program under the umbrella of MOST Policy Initiative. (from website)
The Internet of Water (IoW) is a project currently housed at Duke University’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, managed by a small startup team and supported by grants from several philanthropic organizations. By 2021, the IoW project aims to be a self-sustaining network managed by an independent organization.
The Institute for Local Self-Reliance or ILSR is a nonprofit organization and advocacy group that provides technical assistance to communities about local solutions for sustainable community development in areas such as banking, broadband, energy, and waste through local purchasing.
The Public Leadership Education Network (PLEN) is the only national organization with the sole focus of preparing college women for leadership in the public policy arena. PLEN is a nonpartisan 501(c)(3) organization based in Washington, D.C.