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  • Hellman Fellowship in Science and Technology Policy - American Academy of Arts & Sciences
    in Science and Technology Policy As part of the Academy s Initiative for Science Engineering and Technology the Hellman Fellowship in Science and Technology Policy provides an opportunity for an early career professional with training in science or engineering to learn about a career in public policy and administration While in residence Hellman Fellows work with senior scientists and policy experts on critical national and international policy issues related to science engineering and technology Hellman Fellows contribute to one or more of the ongoing projects under the Academy s Initiative for Science Engineering and Technology The studies explore how science and technology are evolving how to help the public understand those changes and how society can better adapt to those changes The Initiative convenes leading scientists and public policy experts from both academia and industry to advance critical thinking about the evolving landscape for scientific research The Hellman Fellowship program has three objectives To support and guide an early career professional who wants to develop expertise on issues of science engineering and technology policy To increase the number of science policy professionals who are engaged in substantive discussion of science and engineering research questions with a broad understanding of their social implications and To expand the scale of Academy projects and studies focused on challenges facing scientific research and science education Fellowship Eligibility Applicants must have a Ph D in an area of science or engineering and have some experience or a demonstrated interest in an area related to science and technology policy Master s degrees may be considered in the fields of engineering and computer science The Ph D or Master s degree must be conferred prior to the start of the fellowship Strong writing and organizational skills are desired Candidates must be eligible to work in the United

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  • Policy Fellowship in the Humanities, Education, and the Arts - American Academy of Arts & Sciences
    a Policy Fellowship in the Humanities and Education for an early career professional with experience or training in higher education who is interested in transitioning to a career in public policy and administration While in residence the Fellow will work with senior scholars and policy experts on critical national and international issues related to humanistic and social scientific research the strength of artistic and cultural institutions and the role of education in a well functioning democracy The focus of the work will be on one or more of the ongoing projects in the Academy s Programs on Humanities Education and the Arts to which the Fellow will contribute substantively The overall objectives of the Policy Fellowship are To provide a setting and resources for an early career professional to develop expertise on issues of educational social and cultural policy To increase the cadre of young professionals who are engaged in substantive discussion of important topics related to humanistic social scientific and educational institutions and research and To increase the capacity of the Academy to pursue projects and studies in the humanities education and the arts Fellowship Eligibility Applicants must have a Ph D in the humanities social sciences or education and have some experience or a demonstrated interest in an area related to policy research and advocacy Strong writing and organizational skills are desired Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States without sponsorship The Policy Fellowship in the Humanities Education and the Arts is currently filled Applications for the 2018 Fellowship will be available in 2017 About the Academy Founded in 1780 the American Academy of Arts and Sciences is an independent policy research center that conducts multidisciplinary studies of complex and emerging problems The Academy s elected members are leaders in the academic disciplines the arts

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  • The Exploratory Fund - American Academy of Arts & Sciences
    The Exploratory Fund Member Login User Name Password Forgot your password The Exploratory Fund The goal of the Exploratory Fund is to support Fellows who want to work together to look over the horizon for issues and opportunities not well understood to think of problems in a fresh way and to search for connections between research and policy that advance the common good By encouraging smaller scale initiatives in a variety of venues the Academy assists Fellows in pursuing the subjects that concern them most The Fund provides up to 30 000 for a limited number of projects each year Funds can be used in any way that furthers the proposed work including covering costs associated with the organization of meetings symposia and conferences that can be held at the Academy s headquarters in Cambridge at the home institutions of interested Fellows or at other locations relevant to discussion topics Recipients will also receive the organizational scholarly and logistical support of the Academy staff Projects supported by the Exploratory Fund will be selected according to the creativity of the work proposed the effective use of Academy resources and the promise of important future advances based on the partnerships created during

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  • Web Policy - American Academy of Arts & Sciences
    a child has submitted personal information without the permission of a parent or guardian please contact the Director of Publications at the address below and we will promptly remove such information and shall not use such information or include it in our database Business Relationships The Academy Website may contain links to other websites The Academy is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of these websites Opting Out and Questions Regarding this Statement If you do not wish to receive the communications described above you may choose to opt out Opting out may prevent your participation in activities for which personal information is needed Please submit your request to opt out of future communications or any questions regarding this statement or our privacy policies to the Academy Website manager at Director of Publications American Academy of Arts Sciences 136 Irving Street Cambridge MA USA 02138 Email the Publications Department By visiting and using the Academy Website you are accepting the practices described in this Privacy Policy This privacy statement was last updated on June 19 2014 II Copyrighted Material on the Academy Website The Minerva seal and all content produced by the Academy for the Website unless otherwise indicated are the intellectual property of the Academy and its licensors and cannot be reproduced without permission from the Academy The content on the Website is protected by copyright law and international conventions Any unauthorized use of the content may violate copyright laws trademark laws the laws of privacy and publicity and civil and criminal statutes Certain documents published on the Website may contain other restrictions proprietary notices and or copyright information relating to that individual document If you send post or otherwise provide to the Academy any comments content or other materials such materials will be treated as non confidential and non proprietary By posting such materials you represent to the Academy and the other users of the Academy Website that you own the materials You retain ownership of the materials you post but you grant to the Academy a perpetual worldwide royalty free irrevocable non exclusive license with rights to sublicense to use such materials and all intellectual property therein in any way and for any purpose whatsoever The Academy shall have no obligation of any kind with respect to such materials and will be free to copy use modify display and distribute the materials to others without limitation If you believe that any materials on this Website infringe your copyright you may request that they be removed under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 by contacting the Academy s designated agent identified below This request must bear a signature or electronic equivalent of the copyright holder or an authorized representative and must include the following information see 17 U S C 512 c 3 for further details 1 identification of the copyrighted work that you believe to be infringed including a description of the work and where possible a copy or the location e g

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  • Submit a Question or Comment
    Forum 2015 2016 Schedule Past Meetings and Events Fellowships Overview Visiting Scholars Program Hellman Fellowship in Science and Technology Policy Policy Fellowship in the Humanities Education and the Arts Policy Fellowship in Global Security and International Affairs The Exploratory Fund Member Login User Name Password Forgot your password General Inquiry Form Enter required information below to send a question or general inquiry to the Academy Your Name Required Company Organization

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  • Upcoming Meetings and Events Friday Forum 2015 2016 Schedule Past Meetings and Events Fellowships Overview Visiting Scholars Program Hellman Fellowship in Science and Technology Policy Policy Fellowship in the Humanities Education and the Arts Policy Fellowship in Global Security and International Affairs The Exploratory Fund Member Login User Name Password Forgot your password Site Map Home Home News Press Releases The Academy in the News For the Media About The Academy Board Council and Trust Governance Committees Academy President Staff Affiliates of the American Academy History Archives House of the Academy Norton s Woods Conference Center Employment Opportunities Projects Projects Overview Academy Data Forum Humanities Arts and Education Science Engineering and Technology Global Security and International Affairs American Institutions and the Public Good Science Technology and Global Security Members Publications Publications Overview Dædalus Journal of the Academy Bulletin Magazine of the Academy Books Research Papers Monographs and Project Publications Meetings Meetings Overview Induction 2015 Upcoming Meetings and Events Friday Forum 2015 2016 Schedule Past Meetings and Events Fellowships nbsp Fellowships Overview Visiting Scholars Program Hellman Fellowship in Science and Technology Policy Policy Fellowship in the Humanities Education and the Arts Policy Fellowship in Global Security and International Affairs The Exploratory

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  • Directions to the House of the Academy - American Academy of Arts & Sciences
    on your right Continue following directions under Harvard Square below From West of Boston via Mass Turnpike Take the Massachusetts Turnpike I 90 East to exit 18 a left exit Cambridge Allston After the toll booth bear right toward the Cambridge exit At the second set of lights just before the bridge turn left onto Storrow Drive Proceed about 1 2 mile to the Harvard Square exit Turn right onto JFK Street Continue through four lights to Harvard Square You should see the Out of Town newsstand on your right Continue following directions under Harvard Square below From Logan Airport Take airport loop road to Sumner Tunnel exit Go through tunnel and exit to I 93 North Take I 93 north to exit 26 Storrow Drive Proceed about 4 miles to the Harvard Square exit Turn right onto JFK Street Continue through four lights to Harvard Square You should see the Out of Town newsstand on your right Continue following directions under Harvard Square below From South of Boston via Rte 93 Take I 93 North to exit 26 Storrow Drive Proceed about 4 miles to the Harvard Square exit Turn right onto JFK Street Continue through four lights to Harvard Square You should see the Out of Town newsstand on your right Continue following directions under Harvard Square below From Northwest of Boston via Rte 2 Take Route 2 East until the highway portion ends Bear right and continue through the lights remaining on Route 2 You should pass the T station garage on your right Go over the bridge At the rotary continue on Route 2 East by taking the second exit At the next rotary take the first exit continuing on Route 2 After the large intersection with Mt Auburn Street watch for signs to Memorial Drive You will have to bear left to get onto Memorial Drive At the first light turn left onto JFK Street Continue through three lights to Harvard Square You should see the Out of Town newsstand on your right Continue following directions under Harvard Square below From Boston via Massachusetts Ave Follow Massachusetts Avenue Route 2A to Harvard Square When you reach Harvard Square you will see the Out of Town newsstand on your left and the road will bend sharply to the right The road will fork bear left onto Mt Auburn Street Take first left onto JFK Street Continue following directions under Harvard Square below From Porter Square Take Somerville Avenue southeast one quarter mile to the blinking traffic light Turn right over the bridge onto Beacon Street Follow Beacon Street about one half mile You will see signs for American Academy of Arts and Sciences on the right The vehicle entrance is 200 Beacon Street Harvard Square After passing the Out of Town newsstand stay to the right After the next light the road will fork Bear right and go through the tunnel The road will fork again a fire station is located in the middle of this

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  • The Invention of Courts - American Academy of Arts & Sciences
    Dædalus Journal of the Academy Bulletin Magazine of the Academy Books Research Papers Monographs and Project Publications Meetings Overview Induction 2015 Upcoming Meetings and Events Friday Forum 2015 2016 Schedule Past Meetings and Events Fellowships Overview Visiting Scholars Program Hellman Fellowship in Science and Technology Policy Policy Fellowship in the Humanities Education and the Arts Policy Fellowship in Global Security and International Affairs The Exploratory Fund Member Login User Name Password Forgot your password The Invention of Courts Harvard Club December 4 2014 Welcome Jonathan F Fanton President American Academy of Arts and Sciences Video Presentation Judith Resnik Arthur Liman Professor of Law Yale Law School Video Jonathan Lippman Chief Judge of the State of New York and Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals Video Carol S Steiker Henry J Friendly Professor of Law Harvard Law School Video Susan S Silbey Leon and Anne Goldberg Professor of Humanities Anthropology and Sociology Professor of Behavioral and Policy Sciences Massachusetts Institute of Technology Video Jamal Greene Vice Dean and Professor of Law Columbia Law School Video Linda Greenhouse Knight Distinguished Journalist in Residence and Joseph Goldstein Lecturer in Law Yale Law School Video Upcoming Meetings and Other Events View the Academy

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