Christopher T. Hill, Professor Emeritus of Public Policy & Technology
Professor Hill’s primary research interests are in the history, design, evaluation, and politics of federal policies and programs intended to stimulate technological innovation in the commercial marketplace. Prof. Hill published an assessment of U.S. innovation policy in the National Academies’ journal Issues in Science and Technology.
Don E. Kash, Professor Emeritus
Don E. Kash is Professor Emeritus at the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University. He is also a member of the Faculty of Tsinghua University (the Chinese MIT) located in Beijing. Before taking his present position he was George Lynn Cross Research Professor of Political Science at the University of Oklahoma, and was the founding director of the Science and Public Policy Program. From 1978-81 he headed the division of the U.S. Geological Survey that regulated an annual $25 billion of energy and mineral activities on Federal and Indian lands and the Outer Continental Shelf.