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Aaas Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellows Program

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American Association For The Advancement Of Science Washington , DC 20001

Posted 3 months ago

DEADLINE: January 15, 2019 Applicant information (contact information, academic history etc.) Two "Recommendation Questionnaires" completed online by recommenders you identify.
At least one two of these recommenders should be from a faculty member who can comment on your academic work.
A third is optional but encouraged.
Recommendations from those that can comment on your science communication or writing is highly encouraged as well.
The questions (each with a 200 word limit) on the Recommendation Questionnaire are: Describe your work with the applicant (research, academic, communication, etc.). Highlight the applicants contribution, role and accomplishments.
This section is similar to what one would write in a standard letter of recommendation but should NOT be as extensive or as detailed.
Describe why you think the fellowship is a good match for the candidates talents and interests.
You may wish to highlight the applicants communication skills (written and/or verbal communication, ability to communicate with the public and diverse audiences), or characteristics such as intelligence, creativity, devotion to science communication, etc.
Describe the applicants workplace skills (maturity, initiative, teamwork and affability, ability to take criticism and direction, dependability, and respect for others especially supervisors). Describe any additional information the selection committee should take into account (hardships the applicant has overcome or any circumstances that you feel the selection committee should know about). Your CV (text entered into form, NOT and uploaded document). Candidate Questions:
Responses to each of the 7 reflective questions found within the online application.
Why are you, as a scientist or engineer, interested in participating in this program?
What in your background has prepared you for this fellowship?
How do you think the skills learned from the fellowship will impact your future career or academic plans?
Have you had previous media-related experiences?
Please Provide Details.
Describe any activities, other than previous media experiences, you have undertaken that involved increasing public understanding of science and technology.
What community outreach or educational activities have you participated in, science-related or otherwise?
How did you find out about the program?
General Writing Sample: Brief sample of your writing on any subject--science or non-science topic and directed toward a non-scientific audience, using language appropriate for the general public.
DO NOT submit technical or journal articles.
1000 words entered into text box in application Sample News Story:
A 750 word 'news' story for the general public summarizing a science, mathematics or engineering journal paper from the past 6 months (published after July 2018) and describing waht the study's findings are, why they are important, and what the impact will be on the public.
The original paper MUST BE PRIMARY LITERATURE (scientific paper published in a journal or presented at a scientific conference, NOT from a newspaper, magazine or other popular media). 750 words entered into text box in application Upload source article: The journal article used to write your Sample News Story.
This is the only item you will upload for the application.

*Transcripts are NOT requested for the initial application submission.
Finalists will be asked to send official transcripts before moving to the final selection round.
Applicants are evaluated by a selection committee composed of experts in the sciences, education, and media.
The committee makes recommendations to the AAAS staff, who are responsible for the final decisions and for negotiations between the candidates and the media hosts.
Telephone or virtual interviews are conducted with semi-finalists sometime in March each year.
Applicants should receive final notification of the status of their application by April 15th, but are encouraged to contact at any time to check on the status of their applications.
Eligibility: Applicants must be enrolled as students (upper level undergraduate or graduate) or postdoctoral trainees at a university or within one year of a completed degree in the life, physical, health, engineering, computer, or social sciences or mathematics and related fields.
If you have questions about your eligibility, email . Students enrolled in English, journalism, science journalism, or other non-technical fields are not eligible for the AAAS Mass Media Fellowship BUT these students may be eligible for the Minority Science Writers Internship.
Applicants must be US citizens or already hold visas that allow them to receive payment for work during the summer.
AAAS cannot assist in obtaining/retaining visas.
Successful applicants are required to attend an orientation at AAAS headquarters at the beginning of the summer (early June) and a wrap-up session at the end of the summer (mid-August). They will prepare reports on the progress of their fellowships throughout their placement.

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Aaas Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellows Program

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American Association For The Advancement Of Science