The Center for Technology and Information Policy (CTIP)
Science and Higher Education Policy
A Discussion with Michael Crow: President and Professor, Arizona State University
Michael M. Crow ’85 PhD (PA)
Please join CTIP for an informative discussion with Michael Crow. Crow is the President of Arizona State University and a graduate of Maxwell, earning his PhD in Public Administration (Science and Technology Policy) in 1985. Crow is credited with improving the quality and reputation of ASU since he was selected as President in 2002. One of his more recent initiatives is a partnership with Starbucks to provide on-line degrees for employees and an alliance across several universities to continue to expand enrollment for low-income students. In honor of Maxwell’s 90th Anniversary, Crow is returning to participate in a series of events on science, technology and education policy.
Dr. Paul and Natalie Strasser Legacy Room, 220 Eggers Hall
Monday, November 17
10:30 a.m. to 12 noon
Guests are welcome and no RSVP is required
Can’t make it to campus?
The event will be taped and archived on the Maxwell School YouTube channel
For more information contact: Stuart Ira Bretschneider firstname.lastname@example.org
The Center for Technology and Information Policy (CTIP) is the Maxwell School’s interdisciplinary research center on technology and information policy. CTIP brings together faculty and graduate students from a wide range of academic disciplines who share an interest in technology and policy.
CTIP is a multidisciplinary research program that provides institutional support and facilities for collaborative research on the technical dimension of public policy. The program is affiliated with Syracuse University’s L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science and specializes in evaluation of technology and R&D policy; use of technical information and computers in public policy making and public management; computer-based technology for analysis forecasting, assessment, and technology transfer; and the role of technical information in policy making and public management.
The Technology & Information Management Policy Program of the Maxwell School’s Department of Public Administration and International Affairs is the curriculum counterpart of the technology center’s research apparatus. Masters and doctoral students in public administration are offered courses in Technology Development, Research and Development Policy, Science and Technology Policy, Environment and Resources Policy, Public Management Computer Information Systems, and a Research Workshop in Technology Policy.
This event is part of the celebration of the 90th anniversary of the Maxwell School.