The Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) recently announced the students selected for Summer Fellowships in Innovation, research internships in Vietnam and Indonesia, as well as independent student research projects. Through Ash Center support, 21 students from HKS and throughout the Harvard community will take part in on-site research projects and public policy analyses in the United States and Southeast Asia.
“We are thrilled to support groundbreaking student research and fieldwork on government innovations and democratic governance,” said Anthony Saich, director of the Ash Center. “In sponsoring their summer internships and fellowships, we hope to further enrich students’ experience at HKS and better prepare them for their future careers as the next generation of public sector leaders.”
To read the full release, visit the Ash Institute Web site.