For Current ISTP Students

Elliott School features Nick Vonortas’ and International Science and Technology Policy MA students Brennan Hoban’s and Connor Rabb’s work on Cybersecurity! 

Read the feature online or download the PDF here.

What’s International Science and Technology Policy all about? Who can better speak to the question than former Assistant Director for Federal Research and Development and Senior Advisor to the Director for the National Science and Technology Council at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (and ISTP alum!) Kei Koizumi. Watchi his Bromley Event keynote lecture and Q&A to discover more.

Introducing: International Science and Technology Policy Faculty Course Offerings, Fall 2020

(August 31-December 12, 2020)

Course Number Course Title Professor Schedule

IAFF 6141.10 /

IAFF 6141.OE

International Science and Technology Policy Cornerstone Nicholas Vonortas Meets every Tuesday, 5:10pm-7:00pm
IAFF 6143.10 Science, Technology, and Policy Analysis Anthony Eames Meets every Thursday, 7:10pm-9:00pm
IAFF 6145.10 US Space Policy Dana Johnson Meets every Thursday, 5:10pm-7:00pm
IAFF 6148.010 Space and National Security Peter Hays Meets every Monday, 7:10pm-9:00pm

ECON 6255.10 /

IAFF 6158.80

Special Topics in International Science and Technology Policy: Economics of Technological Change Nicholas Vonortas Meets every Monday, 7:10pm-9:00pm

IAFF 6158.12 /

IAFF 6158.OE1

Special Topics in International Science and Technology Policy: Energy Policy Nina Kelsey Meets every Wednesday, 5:10pm-7:00pm
IAFF 6158.10 Special Topics in International Science and Technology Policy: Nonproliferation Strategies & AI Carol Kuntz Meets every Wednesday, 5:10pm-7:00pm

 For more details on these courses, please visit our academics page.

A Message from ISTP Director Nicholas Vonortas to the International Science and Technology Policy Program’s Class of 2020:

Contact:

1957 E St NW, Suite 403

Washington, DC 20052

Phone: (202) 994-7292

Email: iistp@gwu.edu

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