Exploring the intersection of tech and society
“The NGTC Student Fellowship is a valuable opportunity that provides graduate students from across the University the chance to connect with others interested in learning about the intersection of science, technology, and policy. Fellows come together to make connections, learn about substantive and pertinent issues in technology, and work together to choose topics for innovative research projects that connect with the community. Through the program, fellows hone skill sets and experiences from their backgrounds and disciplines, to learn from each other to create technologically and policy-driven projects aimed to spark conversation and change.”
Fellows receive a scholarship award of $1,500 for the academic year.
Undergraduate college seniors are encouraged to apply, so long as they include a recommendation from a professor.
Applications for 22-23 have closed.
Fall 2022 Sessions:
- Tuesday August 30, Charlotte Tschider, 3-5pm (at the law college)
- Thursday September 8 at 6:30pm (off campus mixer/meal)
- Tuesday Sept 13, Lisa Benjamin, 3-5pm (law college)
- Tuesday Sept 27, James Coleman, 3-5pm (law college)
- Tuesday Oct 11, Peter Swire, 3-5pm (law college)
- Thursday Oct 20 at 6:30pm (off campus mixer/meal)
- Tuesday Oct 25, Mark Koyama, 3-5pm (law college)
- Tuesday Nov 8, Jeff Prince, 3-5pm (law college)
- Thursday Nov 17 at 6:30pm (law college)
- Tuesday Nov 22, Chinmayi Sharma, 3-5pm (law college)