Spring 2016 seminar series
Steve LeVine, Washington Correspondent, Quartz, The Powerhouse: America, China, and the Great Battery War
Anya Schoolman, Executive Director, Community Power Network, “Pepco, Exelon, and the Future of Energy Policy in the District of Columbia”
Spring 2016 Workshop
Co-Director Connie L. McNeely co-organized and hosted the Symposium on the Science of Broadening Participation for the National Science Foundation in February 2016.
Fall 2015 Workshop
On December 7, 2015, a group of practitioners of science and innovation policy drawn from the U.S. Federal government and select non-governmental organizations met for a workshop titled Enhancing the Usefulness of Science of Science and Innovation Policy (SciSIP) Research: An Agenda-Setting Workshop. The workshop was held at the George Mason University (GMU) campus in Arlington, Virginia, and organized jointly by the School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs at GMU and the Center for Science, Technology and Economic Development (CSTED) of SRI International. The workshop was sponsored by the SciSIP Program at the National Science Foundation. The final report can be found here.
This workshop explored the linkages between local, national, and global innovation systems and the role of public policy in shaping the performance of these systems and linkages.
Jointly sponsored by George Mason University’s Center for Science and Technology Policy ( School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs) and George Washington University’s Center for International Science and Technology Policy (Elliott School for International Affairs), this seminar explores new ideas and work-in-progress with the Washington-area research community.