AIP Congressional Science Fellows

Lee Hirsch

2003-2004
AIP Congressional Science Fellow
American Geophysical Union
Background: 

PhD in geophysics and experience in the classroom, industry, and the Peace Corps

Placement: 
Rep. Jim McDermott (D−WA)

Maureen Mellody

2001-20012
AIP Congressional Science Fellow
Acoustical Society of America
Background: 

PhD in Applied Physics from the University of Michigan.

Placement: 
Rep. Howard Berman (D-CA)

Kendra Sharp

2000-2001
AIP Congressional Science Fellow
American Physical Society
Background: 

PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Placement: 
Senator Joseph Lieberman (D-CT)

Gregory Jaczko

1999-2000
AIP Congressional Science Fellow
American Physical Society
Background: 

Particle physics.

Placement: 
Rep. Edward Markey (D-MA)

Lowell Unger

1998-1999
AIP Congressional Science Fellow
American Physical Society
Background: 

PhD in Physical Chemistry from the University of Chicago.

Placement: 
Rep. Edward Markey (D-MA)

Kathryn Clay

1997-1998
AIP Congressional Science Fellow
American Physical Society
Background: 

PhD in Applied Physics from the University of Michigan.

Placement: 
Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-NY)

Stephen Hagen

1996-1997
AIP Congressional Science Fellow
American Physical Society
Background: 

PhD from Princeton.

Placement: 
Senate Banking Committee

Kevin Bieg

1995-1996
AIP Congressional Science Fellow
Background: 

PhD in chemical engineering from the University of Illinois, and an MBA from George Washington University.

Placement: 
Science Committee, U.S. House of Representatives

Laura Philips

1994-1995
AIP Congressional Science Fellow
Background: 

PhD in physical chemistry from the University of California at Berkeley.

Placement: 
Senator Joseph Lieberman (D-CT)

Carmina Londono

1993-1994
AIP Congressional Science Fellow
Optical Society of America
Background: 

BS in physics from the University of Lowell, MA in Optical Sciences at the University of Arizona Optical Sciences Center, and PhD in electro-optics from Tufts University Electro-Optics Technology Center.

Placement: 
House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology

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