Rodney W. Nichols

Rodney W. Nichols, a consultant on science and technology policy, was president and CEO of the New York Academy of Sciences, scholar-in-residence at the Carnegie Corporation of New York, and vice president and executive vice president of the Rockefeller University. Earlier, he served as an R&D manager in the aerospace industry and in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. A physicist and Harvard graduate, he is the coauthor of several books, has served on U.S. delegations to the UN, and has spoken to corporate, academic, and governmental groups worldwide on S&T strategy, international collaboration, ethics in research, philanthropy, and economic development. 

New Perspective

The Challenge of Building Science Diplomacy Capabilities for Early Career Academic Investigators

By Mandë Holford and Rodney W. Nichols - 01.29.2018

It an apt time for early-career scientists to learn about opportunities at the intersection of science & diplomacy.  

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