Graduate students attend AMS Summer Policy Colloquium

Students Ajay Raghavendra and Macy Howarth joined other graduate students, faculty and professionals in Washington, D.C. to attend the AMS Summer Policy Colloquium. While there the group participate in intense, ten-day immersion in science policy. All from the field of earth and atmospheric sciences and their applications form a cohort that tackles hands-on exercises, hears from dozens of prominent experts and forges strong professional networking connections. The Summer Policy Colloquium is a career-shaping experience. By arming tomorrow's leaders with expertise in the policy process, the science community will be more engaged with decision makers, helping ensure that society's policy choices take full advantage of available scientific knowledge.

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