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Major changes coming to the National Science Foundation(?)

  There is a lot going on in Washington vis-à-vis the National Science Foundation. Several at-first-separate congressional efforts are converging with increased support from the White House and renewed public enthusiasm for, and confidence and interest in science, providing a … Continue reading

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Science Policy at the AMS

  I feel confident that your first question is “how can I get involved in the policy work and advocacy in support of mathematicians and our students?” It is a good time for volunteering. You can volunteer for any one of … Continue reading

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The AMS and Science Policy

  How can you get involved? You can volunteer for any one of the five policy committees, or for one of the many other committees of the AMS. You can engage specifically in science policy work by either volunteering for the … Continue reading

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