Georgia Innovation Internships – 2016

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.

2016 Georgia Innovation Interns

Renee M. Shelby (Georgia Tech, PhD., Department of History and Sociology)

Dorraine Duncan (Georgia Tech, Masters, dual degree in Public Policy and City & Regional Planning)

Saudnya Patil (Georgia Tech, Masters, Economics)



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


  • Renee M. Shelby – Growing the Peer-to-Peer Transportation Sharing Economy in Rural Georgia [PDF]
  • Dorraine Duncan – What are the Economic Development Implications of Renewable Energy Co-ops?
  • Saudnya Patil – Sensitivity Analysis of Water Demand in Metro Atlanta [PDF]

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