Events

Policy, Technology and Society Conversation and Networking Event

Join the Policy SGA for the final Policy, Technology and Society miniseries event of the spring semester on Wednesday, April 24th from 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. in the Global Technology Center in 209 Norris Hall. The discussion of policies and technologies of housing will feature:

  • Andrew McCoy, Director of the Meyers-Lawson School of Construction
  • Georg Reichard, Associate Professor, Meyers-Lawson School of Construction
  • Mel Jones O'Brien, Research Scientist, Meyers-Lawson School of Construction
Light snacks will be provided.

 

 

Policy, Technology and Society Conversation and Networking Events

Thursday, March 28, 2019 - Conversation: On Water

Amy Pruden, professor of Civil and Environmental Engineeering and Leigh-Anne Krometis, associate professor of Biological Systems Engineering presented on water and environmental issues followed by discussion.

Click here for the event flier.

Monday, March 4, 2019 - Initial Conversation

Saul Halfon, associate professor of Science, Technology and Society, and Anne Khademian, Virginia Tech Presidential Fellow, offered brief remarks followed by discussion with event participants. 

Click here for the event flier and here for a VT News story on the event.

 

PSGA Spring 2018 Research Forum

Seeking Interdisciplinary Solutions to Complex Problems: Research Project Reports and Directions for the Future

The goal of the half day 2018 Spring Research Forum, held on April 19 at the Inn at Virginia Tech, was to showcase the Policy SGA's research and planning projects and provide an opportunity for participants to engage with a moderated panel on lessons learned about conducting interdisciplinary, policy-focused research over the past year

Click here for the full program including a list of project team members and abstracts.

PSGA Fall 2017 Open Forums

Open Forum Group Pic

The goal of the open forums, held in Blacksburg and the northern Virginia region in fall 2017, was to provide an opportunity for faculty from diverse disciplines to come together to share their interests and make new connections related to policy.

More than 50 faculty members representing seven colleges, 16 departments, and four institutes, including new hires and tenured professors, discussed their research, its policy implications, and ways to advance policy scholarship at the university.

VT News story about the PSGA Open Forums.

Global Systems Science (GSS) DA and Policy SGA (PSGA) Synergies and Opportunities Workshop

The goals of this day-long event, held on September 29, 2017, were to identify areas for collaborative synergy and cooperation between the GSS DA and PSGA and showcase a model for future DA/SGA collaboration and shared innovation.

Click to view the workshop agenda.