The Science & Technology Policy Fellowships (STPF) program provides opportunities to outstanding scientists and engineers to learn first-hand about policymaking and contribute their knowledge and analytical skills in the policy realm.
The Truman Fellowship program seeks to attract the best nationally recognized, new Ph.D. scientists and engineers to Sandia. The Truman Fellow benefits by having the opportunity to work on a topic of his or her choosing with some of the Nation’s best scientists and engineers. Sandia benefits by the expected transfer of new science and technology that enhances the Laboratories’ ability to address future DOE missions.
The Jill Hruby Fellowship in National Security Science and Engineering is one of Sandia National Laboratories’ most prestigious postdoctoral fellowships. This fellowship is for women in engineering and science fields who are interested in technical leadership careers in national security.
The Colorado Science Conference for Professional Development is a one-day conference that provides professional development regarding science content, education strategy, and research. This conference will be virtual this year!
Thirty early-career scientists from 18 countries have been selected to be part of the 2020 class of CAS Future Leaders. The future leaders will participate in a weeklong program at CAS headquarters in Columbus, Ohio, Aug. 10-15.
The current global challenge has a bitter short-term impact on our everyday lives. However, there might be positives as well.
As the outbreak of SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 has ground economies around the world to a sudden halt, job seekers are facing the impact of lab shutdowns, university hiring freezes, and the stress of making their next career move amid sudden economic shocks. Although uncertainty reigns, individuals can still position themselves to be successful when looking for a job in industry or academia by taking advantage of resources and advice from those who have been in their position before.