CSPO takes seriously the long-term value of promoting outcome-based science policy through education and research opportunities. We have programs that bring post-doctoral scholars, graduate research assistants, and undergraduate interns to the Consortium to participate in research projects and experience the federal policy-making process directly. CSPO administers a masters in science and technology policy and CSPO faculty lead a PhD program in the human and social dimensions of science and technology, along with masters in applied ethics and the professions. We have implemented a module for Arizona State University graduate students working in science and engineering to learn about science in society through lectures, seminars, and direct participation in policy activities in Washington, DC. These programs aim at expanding the number of scientists, decision makers, and other citizens who can participate in the development of outcome-based science policies.