- National Center for Digital Government
- Women in the Information Age
- Science Technology and Society
|Principal Investigator, Developing a Beta Site for a National Digital Library for Ethics in Science and Engineering. NSF grant no. 093685.7 (2009-2010)
|Principal Investigator, International Dimensions of Ethics Education in Science and Engineering,
NSF grant no. 0734887 (2007-2010)
|Co-principal Investigator, Commonwealth Alliance for Information Technology Education, Broadening Participation in Computing grant, NSF grant no. 0634412 (2007-2009) and 0837739 (2009-2011).
|Sr. researcher, Societal Implications of Nanotechnology, part of the NSEC: Center for Hierarchical Manufacturing award, NSF grant no. 0531171. (2007-2011 )
Principal Investigator, Emergent Technologies and Public Policy Workshop on Nanotechnology,
Research Leadership in Action program, Office of Vice Chancellor for Research, UMass Amherst. (2006)
Investigator, A National Center for Digital Government:
Integrating Information and Institutions, National Science
Foundation (David Lazer, co-PI). Grant funds building
of global research capacity in an emerging field of national
importance; supports research program on interorganizational
collaboration in governance arrangements, doctoral fellowships,
field building activities and other research. (2002-2008).
Connecting to Congress project, National Science Foundation.
Grant funds research on congressional use of information
and communication technologies. (2004-2006).
Investigator, Developing a Basic Social Science Research
Program for Digital Government, National Science Foundation. Grant supported a national workshop to build a research
agenda for social, political and organizational research
on information technology and governance; guided development
of a new research area at NSF; and an edited volume based
on the workshop papers. (2001-2004).
Investigator, Women in Information Technology Workplaces:
A Study of Women Computer Science Degree Recipients in
the Software Industry, National Science Foundation (Paula
Rayman, PI). Grant funds empirical research on women computer
scientists in the software industry. (2000-2001).
from PricewaterhouseCoopers to support the Women in the
Information Age Project. Research on participation
rates, institutional practices, and gender in information
technology-related fields. (1999).
Research Fund and Visions of Governance in the Twenty-First
Century Project, Kennedy School of Government, grants
to support research on technology and governance. (1997,
1998, 2000, 2001).
Foundation and Kennedy School, Program on Innovations
in American Government, research grants. (1992, 1994).
"Customer Service Excellence: Enhancing Technology-Assisted
Service," supported by 11 federal agencies. (1991-1992).
"Designing Computer-Mediated Jobs and Organizations Implications
for Defense Production and Logistics," supported by the
Office of the Secretary of Defense, Production and Logistics
Behavior Program, Yale University, pre-doctoral research
grants. (1985-86, 1987-88).
|Honors & Awards
|World Economic Forum, Global Agenda Council on the Future of Government, Davos, Switzerland, 2008-11. (Chair, 2010-2011)
|American Bar Association, blue ribbon committee on the Status and Future of Electronic Rulemaking, Washington, DC, 2008-09.
|Interviewed by the Center for Knowledge Transfer and Information Technologies as part of the SEKT Project (November 2006). A video of the interview is available online here.
|One of five experts selected to comment on "The Outlook for Digital Government" in Public CIO Magazine. June 2006.
Board member, Meetup.com, 2004-present.
as one of five "visionaries" by Government Technology,
special issue, Visions: Defining the Visionary's Role
in a World of Flux, Vol. 16, No. 12, August 2003.
Interview, "Examining the Flow," pp. 28-33.
2002 Outstanding Academic Title award for Building
the Virtual State: Information Technology and Institutional
Committee on Information Technology, International Cooperation,
and Global Security, Social Science Research Council.
Committee Member, Internet Voting: Issues and Research
Agenda, study requested by the White House, sponsored
by the National Science Foundation. 2000-2001.
Board Member, MassConnect, Department of Economic Development,
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Interagency web portal
to leverage economic development. 2001-2002.
Board, Michigan Civics Institute. 2000-2001.
Fellowship, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard.
Advisory Board Member, Internet Policy Institute, Washington,
Fellowship, Radcliffe College, Harvard. 1999.
Fellowship in the Social Sciences, Institution for Social
and Policy Studies, Yale University, selected to advance
inter-disciplinary dissertation research. 1986-87.
Fellow, Yale University. 1984-88.
| Fellow, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, MA.
Fellow, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, MA.