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Making the CASE for Science

The week of April 2, we (Pete Ehrett and Rachel Merzel) found ourselves headed to Washington, DC for the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s CASE workshop – Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering. The four-day program was designed to give Ph.D. students in science and engineering a view into how science and technology governance is conducted through the legislative process and executive-branch agencies, with a particular focus on appropriations and budgetary issues. In short: Science and Technology Policy Boot Camp.

Postcard from the Field: Rio

Me in Escadaria Selarón in Rio!

Me in Escadaria Selarón in Rio!

I got the Rackham Conference Travel Grant, and I am on my way to attend a conference in Buenos Aires and took 3 day stop in Rio to see the Olympic 2016 preparations!

- Sahil Chhabra, Ph.D. Candidate, Chemistry