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Graduate Students

CTG provides graduate students with both scholarly and practical opportunities that provide a strong foundation for future careers in teaching, research, and public service, as well as in the private sector. Scholarship and practical experience commingle in all of the CTG's applied research projects, fostering a unique educational experience for students at both the master's and doctoral levels.

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Spring semester 2014 students, all from UAlbany’s College of Computing and Information, worked on a data visualization prototype for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA). Pictured (left to right) outside MTA headquarters in NYC before giving their final presentation: Seth Lasky (’14), Greg Venech (’14), Daniel McKenna (’14), Derek Werthmuller, CTG Director of Technology Innovation and Services, and graduate student Ping Li (‘14).
Graduate assistants and student interns participate in many phases of the partnership and research projects conducted at CTG, and also have the opportunity to participate as part of a global community of digital government researchers. Students are trained and provided experience in data collection and management as well as substantive data analysis and product development. To date, students from a wide variety of academic disciplines have worked at CTG including public administration, information science, computer science, sociology, history, political science, criminal justice, business, and geography.

Contact CTG to inquire about current opportunities.

Current Graduate and Undergraduate Student Profiles
Ashley Alteri, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, UAlbany
Greg Haranczyk, College of Computing and Information, UAlbany
Mingyoung Ku, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy
Karthik Vinod, College of Computing and Information, UAlbany

Past Graduate Students

2004 Graduate Student Orientation
2004 Graduate Student Orientation at CTG.
Over the past 18 years, CTG has worked with close to 100 graduate students from various departments at the University at Albany, all with a passion for technology and policy. Many have gone on to promising positions in government, academic institutions, and the private sector. The alumni profiles are of those we have been able to find current information on ― we welcome updates from all who worked at CTG as graduate assistants.

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