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The School of Public Policy is currently looking for students interested in assisting with policy research for two projects.
Project A – examining the relationships of universities and Art
Project B – Health policy looking into recent policies regarding trans fats, sugar sweet beverages, etc.
If you are interested in working on these projects please email Shiri Breznitz email@example.com. Be sure to include your resume and which project you are interested in working on. This is PAID research.
The GT Library has a public policy specialist who asks us to remind undergraduates:
“Please remember that if you are doing public policy research and need help getting started, I am your librarian, knowledgeable about the best resources in this field. Make an appointment with me to discuss how I can help you.”
Mary A. Axford
Subject Librarian for Public Policy and International Affairs
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Ever wonder about what your professors are doing when they’re not in class?
We asked them to identify their areas of research interest. The attached Excel file tells you.
You should use these data to anticipate what professors will be discussing in class, to identify faculty research interests that might coincide with your own, and to tell others what it means to “do public policy.” Feel free to contact your professors and tell them that their research project is fascinating and that you’d like to get on board.
Research Interests in …
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UNDERGRADUATE POLICY STUDENTS: This is an opportunity to hear first-hand about how policymakers cope with technological issues.
David S. Lewis Associate Professor of Cognitive Engineering, Aerospace
Engineering Joint Associate Professor Industrial and Systems Engineering
Former Director of NASA’s Aviation Safety Program
11am-12noon on Tuesday, November 1
Montgomery Knight Building, Room 317
School of Aerospace Engineering, Building 101 on the campus map
270 Ferst Drive, just a few steps from the new Transit Center
Abstract: The Director of NASA’s Aviation Safety Program acts not just as
the program’s executive, but also serves several policy functions. One is
Public Policy, Research, School Happenings »
Guest Speaker: Dr. Sam Ock Park, Professor Emeritus of Economic Geography, Department of Geography, SNU; and Distinguished Professor, Department of Public Administration, Gachon University.
Time: 2:00-3:30 PM, Monday, November 7, 2011
Location: Student Success Center President Suite D.
Sponsor: School of Public Policy
4:00 Reception in School of Public Policy Community Room
Students and faculty invited
Sam Ock Park is currently Professor Emeritus of Economic Geography, Department of Geography, SNU; and Distinguished Professor, Department of Public Administration, Gachon University. He served as Dean of College of Social Sciences, SNU (2004-2006) and as the President of University …
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Friday is the deadline for the …
2011-12 Undergraduate Research Fellows
We expect to award four undergraduate research fellowships for the 2011-2012 school year. These four Political Economy and Environmental Research (PEER) Fellows will actively participate in a policy research project during this school year. PEER Fellows will receive a $500/month stipend and be expected to work approximately 10 hours per week. The research subject will be either “Private vs. Public Parks” or “the Politics of Environmental Forecasts.”
These fellowships will be awarded on a competitive basis. Apply today!!
Interviews will take place this week and next. …
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To all motivated GT students:
The Roosevelt Institute Campus Network, the nation’s largest student-run public policy think-tank will be re-launching the Georgia Tech chapter this fall. Endowed by the Franklin & Eleanor Roosevelt Foundation, the campus network has grown to include 8,000+ students in more than 80 chapters in the United States and Great Britain.
This past year, the Campus network launched several projects, including Think 2040 http://think2040.org/, The Blueprint for Millennial America http://www.rooseveltcampusnetwork.org/chapter/1875/blueprint-millennial-america, and was invited by the Peter G. Peterson Foundation to participate in Fiscal Summit 2011, co-hosted by President …