The Eben Tisdale Fellowship, which includes a $5,000 grant, is a summer internship available to undergraduate and graduate students where the high-tech sector meets the government. The program offers outstanding opportunities for students to learn about high tech public policy issues with hands-on experience in Washington, D.C. Tisdale Fellowships are open to students from colleges and universities all over the country.
The Dell Thurmond Woodard Fellowship, which includes one $5,000 grant for one student each year, is part of the Tisdale Fellowship program. Any student, undergraduate or graduate, who is interested in diversity and ethics issues, and in learning about high-tech public policy issues, can apply for this Fellowship.
The application for both of these Fellowships is the same, except that those applying for the Dell Thurmond Woodard Fellowship should include an additional essay on diversity and ethics. Continue reading
It’s time for the UROP Spring Symposium. Showcase your undergraduate research and win prizes!!
If you wish to apply for the Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium, the deadline is Monday, February 1st. Students may give a poster presentation or an oral presentation. Presentations will be given on Tuesday, March 16th, 2010.
Don’t forget, prizes are given to the top poster presentation and top oral presentation from each college. An award will also be given by each college for Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher
To apply, go to the online application
Eben Tisdale Public Policy Fellowship. This is an excellent chance for graduates and undergraduates to intern in Washington, D.C., at the intersection of technology and public policy.
The Tisdale Fellowship offers a $5,000 grant for a student to intern where the latest in technology intersects with public policy. See our website for more details! www.tisdalefellowship.org The final application deadline is February 15.
We’re looking for students who are passionate about technology, and want to spend the summer diving headfirst into Internet policy. Students from all majors and degree programs who posses the following qualities are encouraged to apply:
* Demonstrated or stated commitment to Internet and technology policy
* Excellent academic record, professional/extracurricular/volunteer activities, subject matter expertise
* First-rate analytical, communications, research, and writing skills
* Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and efficiently, and to work smartly and resourcefully in a fast-paced environment
Fellows will receive a stipend of $7,000 for 10 weeks during the summer of 2010 (June-August). Exact dates of the fellowship will be worked out by the fellow and host organization. Applications are due by midnight on Monday, December 28, 2009. Students who are accepted into the program will be notified by Friday, February 12th, 2010. To learn about our application process, click here.
Program Overview (see below)
Jennifer Clark, an assistant professor in the Georgia Tech School of Public Policy, has been awarded the 2009 Regional Studies Association Best Book Award for her book Remaking Regional Economies (co-authored with Susan Christopherson). Continue reading
I thought this information would be helpful to share since I so often get questions related to financial aid and HOPE. If you are considering dropping a class and receive aid, please read and I strongly encourage you to consult with me as well.
Financial aid eligibility requires that students maintain a certain GPA and also that they successfully complete 75% of all coursework attempted at GT. There is also a maximum number of hours, including transfer credits, that can be attempted for each major. As October 16, the last day to drop an individual class with a grade of “W,” approaches, it’s important for students who receive financial aid to remember to check on the possible financial aid implications of dropping a class. Information is available at http://www.finaid.gatech.edu/policies/sap/. HOPE recipients should also refer tohttp://www.finaid.gatech.edu/hope/. A financial aid advisor is available to answer any questions. Contact information is at http://www.finaid.gatech.edu/contacts/.
Beginning October 1st, the Honors Program will begin accepting mid-year applications from first year freshmen. Students should submit the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading of “Please consider me for the GT Honors Program”
- Semester of entry
- Answer the following question: “How do you hope to benefit from becoming a part of the GT Honors Program?”
This information is needed by 5pm on Wednesday, October 14th. For additional information regarding GT HP, including academic expectation, please visit http://www.honorsprogram.gatech.edu.