The School of Public Policy proudly presents the Atlanta Academy on Science and Innovation Policy
Science, technology, and innovation policy research calls for specialized measures, common concepts across many disciplines, and skills in interacting with the policymaking process. The Atlanta Academy brings together early career researchers from diverse backgrounds to strengthen their preparation to contribute to this complex and influential research area. This event is hosted by the School of Public Policy at the Georgia Institute of Technology and co-sponsored by NACLICS.
March 21-25, 2022, Atlanta, GA
The Academy experience will include
Lectures and mentoring from leading scholars
Faculty feedback on presentations from the participants about their own research
Advice on professional advancement
An interdisciplinary group research project
The schedule will be structured to allow field trips in the Atlanta area, which is rich in history and bursting with frontier technology development. Distance interaction between mentors and mentees will be scheduled ahead of the in-person program as well as during the week. Mentors will be drawn from the faculty of the School of Public Policy as well as select faculty from other institutions.
Advanced Ph.D. students and scholars within three years of the award of their PhDs are eligible. Applications should include a brief letter of nomination, a statement from the applicant of their own research and why they want to be included, and a curriculum vitae. Nominations should be completed by November 15, 2021, with selections to be made by December 16, 2021.
Participants in the Academy will be selected by past participants in the Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy the North American and Caribbean chapter-in-formation of GLOBELICS, the Global Network on the Economics of Learning, Innovation, and Competence-Building Systems.
The in-person portion of the Academy will be held on the Georgia Tech campus, beginning Monday evening, March 21, and ending with lunch on Friday, March 25. Lunches and breaks will be provided. A stipend of $500 will be provided for all selected participants attending from outside of the Atlanta area. Participants will arrange their own travel and be responsible for costs exceeding the stipend. Scholarships may be available for students coming from Canadian universities or the Caribbean.