The Science and Technology Innovation Program (STIP) at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is currently seeking research interns for Winter 2017.
STIP analyzes the evolving implications and governance of such emerging technologies as cutting-edge genomics, biology and health technologies, as well as serious games and artificial intelligence. STIP’s research also predominantly explores new research methods and paradigms like citizen science and participatory governance. The program provides critical yet nonpartisan research for the policymaking community and guides officials in the design of new governance frameworks. It gauges crucial public support for science and weighs the overall risks and benefits of technology for society at large. Interns will work closely with an interdisciplinary team and benefit from research mentorship. More information