The Congressional Science Fellowship Fund supports the GSA-U.S. Geological Survey Congressional Science Fellow program. Congressional Science Fellows spend a year working as a staff member for a Member of Congress or congressional committee.
The purpose of the program is threefold:
- contribute to more effective use of scientific and technical knowledge in government;
- provide a unique public policy learning experience and educate the earth science community about the public policy process;
- broaden the perspective of the earth science and governmental communities regarding closer interactions between scientists and policymakers.
To learn more about the Congressional Science Fellow program, please visit the GSA website.
Hannah Palmer, 37th GSA-USGS Congressional Science Fellow.