Policy@Tech is a consortium of Georgia Tech’s policy research centers. Its goal is to increase Georgia Tech’s policy impact by
Policy@Tech Campus Partners are Georgia Tech faculty who have served in government or on government advisory bodies. See list on right.
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The Policy@Tech centers are:
Policy@Tech Campus Partners are Georgia Tech faculty and administrators who currently serve or have served in a government administrative or policy position, on a government advisory board at a program level or above (including National Academy committees but not peer review committees), or in a consulting role with two or more agencies on policy issues.
Philip Shapira of the School of Public Policy is chair of the National Academies’ Committee on 21st Century Manufacturing: The Role of the Manufacturing Extension Partnership Program of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, which recently published a symposium report that can be read here.
Rafael Bras, Provost and Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs at Georgia Tech, accepted an invitation to join the Secretary of Energy Advisory Board, an independent advisory committee to U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz.
Robert Knotts, Director of Federal Relations at Georgia Tech, gave an overview of the FY2014 federal budget and discuss its potential implications upon the Georgia Tech community.
Judith Curry of the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences was in Washington, D.C. on April 25 to testify before the Subcommittee on Environment of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee. Her testimony was part of the Subcommittee’s hearing entitled, Policy Relevant Climate Issues in Context. You can read more about the hearing (including Dr. Curry’s testimony) here.