Google Policy Fellowship!

May 17, 2011

Good news, everyone! Lots of good news!

First, I am now officially a Master of Information. I received my degree from the University of Michigan School of Information on April 29, 2011.

Second, I will be the 2011 Google Policy Fellow at the American Library Association Office of Information Technology Policy (ALA OITP) in Washington, DC this summer. This is really exciting because it will give me a chance to explore (among other information policy issues!) a lot of the topics I’ve pondered in this blog. And in combination with the lack of homework from this point forward (YAY!) I hope that means that this blog will get a lot more attention in the next 12 weeks. Check out the press release in American Libraries Magazine.

If anyone happens to find this post and is interested in knowing more about the Google Policy Fellowship program, I’d be happy to talk about it!

(Oh, and I’m also looking for a permanent position as a 2011 Presidential Management Fellowship finalist, if anyone happens to be looking for a PMF with interests in these areas! Google, work your magic for me — again! ;)


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