Ms. Makeig has published dozens of technical articles; a few of general interest are linked below. While she was a Science and Technology Policy Fellow in the 106th Congress (2000-2001) through the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and the American Geological Institute (AGI), she served as science adviser in the office of Congressman Rush Holt (NJ-12). It was during a time of unprecedented upheaval -- the transition from the Clinton to the second Bush administration, the attacks of September 11, 2001, and the contamination by anthrax of the Congressional office in which she worked.
(Ms. Makeig is mentioned in the Congressional Record, V. 149, PT. 19, October 24, 2003 to November 4, 2003, Page 25860)
Scientist as Policy Maker
Energy and Responsibility: The Buck Stops Here
Reviving the Office of Technology Assessment
Anthrax in the House
The Unkindest Cuts of All
The American Geological Institute is now the American Geosciences Institute and their web site can be found at americangeosciences.org Geotimes magazine is now called Earth.