Tag Archives: Google Policy Fellowship

ALA selects Nick Gross as Google Policy Fellow

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Today, the American Library Association (ALA) announced that Nick Gross will serve as its 2016 Google Policy Fellow. As part of his summer fellowship, Gross will spend ten weeks in Washington, D.C. working on technology and Internet policy issues. As a Google Policy Fellow, Gross will explore diverse areas of information policy, such as copyright law, e-book licenses and access, ... Read More »

Google Policy Fellowship applications due this Friday (3/25)!

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Earlier this month, ALA announced the opening of the application process for the 2016 Google Policy Fellowship program. Consider this post a friendly reminder that applications for the program are due on Friday, March 25th (that’s right, just three days from today). The program is a great opportunity for graduate students to gain experience working on information policy within the ... Read More »

ALA seeks candidates for 2016 Google Policy Fellowship

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The American Library Association (ALA) today announces the opening of the application process for the prestigious 2016 Google Policy Fellowship program. The ALA Office for Information Technology Policy (OITP) began its participation in this program at the program’s founding in 2008. For the summer of 2016, the selected fellow will spend 10 weeks in residence at the ALA policy office in ... Read More »

ALA Washington Office hosts Google Policy Fellow lunch

Painting for Fortune Magazine, 1947.

Guest Post by Johnna Percell, Google Policy Fellow On Thursday, July 16, ALA Washington Office welcomed a few of my colleagues in the Google Policy Fellowship to a lunch discussion of the office’s portfolio. The Google Policy Fellowship provides an opportunity for undergraduates, graduates, and law students who are interested in Internet and technology policy to spend the summer working ... Read More »

So, what does a Google Policy Fellow actually… do?

A capitol chair at the congressional briefing.

Guest post by Johnna Percell, 2015 Google Policy Fellow I have spent much of my time over the past few weeks answering that question. From well-meaning family members curious about my unfamiliar career trajectory to strangers caught off guard by my answer to the classic DC introductory question – “And what do you do?” Typically telling them that I’m working ... Read More »