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AAASFELLOWS: Fellowship Promotion and Publicity

Marvin Fleischman, Industrial Assessment Center, Department of
Chemical Engineering, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY
40292, 502/852-6357, FAX:502/852-6355, email:m0flei01@ulkyvm.
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     Hello former Fellows:

     It is recruitment and promotion season for the science and engineering
     fellowship programs, and we'd like your help in spreading the word.
     Please post the following fellowship info on any appropriate listserv
     and/or electronic bulletin board, and send to colleagues who may be
     interested in the fellowship experience.

     If you are willing, please write a forwarding note to send with the
     fellowship information to your home institutions as a way of
     introduction to professors and department heads.

     Many thanks!

     Chris McPhaul

     1999-2000 Policy Fellowships for Scientists and Engineers

     The American Association for the Advancement of Science invites
     applications for one-year public policy fellowships, which bring
     scientists and engineers to Washington, DC, to work in the Congress
     and the executive branch on domestic or international policy issues.

     Applicants must be U.S. citizens and must have a Ph.D. or equivalent
     doctoral level degree at the time of application from any physical,
     biological, or social science or any field of engineering.  Persons
     with a master's degree in engineering and at least three years of
     post-degree professional experience may also apply.  Federal employees
     are not eligible for the fellowships.

     The programs are designed to provide each Fellow with a unique public
     policy learning experience and to bring technical backgrounds and
     external perspectives to decision making in the U.S. government.
     Executive branch placements include the State Department, the
     Environmental Protection Agency, the Food and Drug Administration, the
     Department of Agriculture, and the U.S. Agency for International

     Stipends vary, with most in the $45,000 to $48,000 range.  All
     applications must be postmarked by January 15, 1999.  For further
     information and application instructions call 202/326-6700, fax
     202/289-4950, or e-mail science_policy@aaas.org.

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