Georgia Innovation Internships – 2014

STIP sponsors a program of Innovation Internships for students at Georgia Tech and other universities seeking opportunities for hands-on experience linking science, technology, and innovation to economic development.


2014 Georgia Innovation Interns

Ben Kraft,(2nd year PhD Student, School of City and Regional Planning, Georgia Tech)

Soheil Shayegh (Graduating PhD Student, School of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech)

Eric Van Holm (School of Public Policy, Georgia State and Georgia Tech)

2014 GA Innovation Intern Students


Sponsors

  • the Program in Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy (STIP)
  • Enterprise Innovation Institute, Georgia Tech
  • School of Public Policy, Georgia Tech

Topics

  • Ben Kraft – What High School Programs are Needed to Support Advanced Manufacturing in Georgia? [PDF]
  • Soheil Shavegh – How Are Electric Charging Stations Being Developed to Generate Economic Opportunities? [PPT]
  • Eric Van Holm – How Can Makerspaces be Organized to Create Economic Development Opportunities? [PPT]

 

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