Talk:Student Projects

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SIGN-UP Sheet for Student Projects

Options A, B, D

For students who wish to sign up for Options A, B, or D, please include your first and last name, any group members, and your selected assignment.

Note for students choosing Option A, please specify a session

  • Ryan Rippel, Option A -- For Online Liberty and FOE, or Exploring the Arab Spring
  • Jason Gross, Option A -- For Digital Libraries, Archives, and Rights Registries
  • Andrew Crocker, Nathan Lovejoy, Sunshine Yin, and Amrit Dhir (All Option A) -- For Privacy
  • Joel Knopf, Rachel Krol, Andrew Rubenstein, Taz Shahabuddin (All Option A) -- Cooperation
  • Amanda Vaughn, Option A -- The Global Internet
  • Michael Adelman, Justin Tresnowski, Michael Redding, Ona Balkus (All Option A) -- For Cybersecurity
  • Clare Selden, Option A -- Online Liberty and Freedom of Expression
  • Daniel Sinnreich, Option A -- Online Liberty and Freedom of Expression
  • Esther Lim -- intellectual property, option A
  • Matt Scarola, Option D
  • Pooja Patel, Andrew Pearson, Lowell Battles- (All Option A) - User Innovation
  • Steve Jugle, Yael Resnick, Matt Levitan, Option D
  • Breanne Gilpatrick, Option D
  • Matt Vitins, Option D
  • Tom Spencer, Matt McDonell, Jake Laperruque, Jordan Baehr, Option D
  • Gabriela Grinsteins, option D
  • Yana Welinder, Option D
  • Molly Jennings, Option D
  • Frank Sabatini, Option D
  • Tim Grayson, Option D
  • Matthias Glatthaar, Option D

Option C

Due to time constraints, Option C is available to a limited number (10) of groups on a first-come first-served basis. Students who select this option are encouraged to work in groups, each group will be given approximately 5-10 minutes of presentation time.

For students who select this option, please include your first and last name, as well as the names of any additional group members.

1. Ivar Hartmann, Fernando Serrati Campos Cervera