Diversity of Options in Science Policy


Friday, April 28, 2017, 3:00pm to 5:00pm


Haller Hall, Geological Museum, 24 Oxford Street, Cambridge

If you're considering a career in science policy, you probably think first of the US federal government. But that's not the only place you can make an impact on science policy. Come hear from several professionals who work in a variety of environments, within and outside the federal government.
Panelists include:  

  • Stephanie Aktipis, PhD '09, Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Foreign Affairs Officer, US Department of State, Office of Conservation and Water, Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs
  • Karen Mowrer, PhD '08, Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, Health Science Policy Analyst, National Institute of Mental Health, and former Government Relations Associate, Lewis-Burke Associates LLC.
  • Kate Stoll, PhD '10, Biochemistry (University of Washington), Senior Policy Advisor, MIT Washington Office
  • John Randell, PhD '03, Virology, Program Director for Science, Technology, and Global Security, American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Please plan to join us for a networking reception after the panel!

GSAS students, please register through Crimson Careers to attend;

Postdoctoral fellows, please register here.

Sponsored by the FAS Office of Career Services, the FAS Office of Postdoctoral Affairs, the HMS/HSDM Office of Postdoctoral Fellows, and the GSAS Science Policy Group


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