Dr. Margaret Callahan, was recently featured in the January 2019 AMS Communication for her one-year congressional experience. Dr. Callahan served as a fellow during the 2017-2018 year, working in the office of Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota on issues related to education, workforce development, and science policy. Dr. Callahan noted she was able to leverage the analytical and research skills she gained in her doctoral studies to conduct mathematical research, which allowed her to vet new legislation. She received her PhD in Applied Mathematics in 2016. She now serves as a Foreign Affairs Officer and AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow for the U.S. Department of State. The full article can be access here.

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