Georgia Innovation Internships – Summer 2006

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.

2006 Georgia Innovation Interns
Mark Farmer (School of Public Policy, MSPP Program, Georgia Tech)
Miguel Granier (City and Regional Planning, MCRP Program, Georgia Tech
Kenwin Hayes (City and Regional Planning, MCRP Program, Georgia Tech
John Kim (School of Public Policy, MSPP Program, Georgia Tech)
Alexa Stephens (City and Regional Planning, MCRP Program and School of Public Policy, MSPP Program, Georgia Tech)

Sponsors
Enterprise Innovation Institute, Georgia Tech
Georgia Power Company
Georgia Department of Economic Development

Topics
Mark Farmer. “Creative Work in Savannah Georgia: Assessing the Technical and Artistic Climate in a Coastal City.” [PDF]
Miguel Granier. “Hispanic Entrepreneurship: A Comparison of Two Georgia Cities.” [PDF]
Kenwin Hayes and John Kim. “Biomass as Feedstock for Biofuel and Bioproduct Industry: A Feasibility Study of Lignocellulose Ethanol Production in Georgia.” [PDF]
Alexa Stephens. “Leveraging Digital Music for Economic and Workforce Development in Georgia.” [PDF]

Newsletter Report on Intern Presentations