Congressman Greg Walden will keynote the 14th Annual State of the Net Conference on January 29, 2018 at the Newseum in Washington D.C. Congressman Walden joins a roster of leading speakers – from government, business, and academia – who are shaping the future of Internet policy. Congressman Walden is Chairman of the U.S. House Committee […]
Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein will keynote the 14th Annual State of the Net Conference on January 29, 2018 at the Newseum in Washington D.C. The Deputy Attorney General joins a roster of engaging and informative speakers who are shaping the future of Internet policy.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today 190 Members of the U.S. House of Representatives will announce the winners of the 2017 Congressional App Challenge. Over the last four months, thousands of students coded original apps as part of district-wide competitions hosted by Members of the House.The Congressional App Challenge aims to engage students in coding and computer science. In all, 190 Congressional districts […]
Last month at the 2017 CSforALL Summit in St. Louis, Rachel Decoste, Congressional App Challenge Director, highlighted the spectacular growth the program has made in just two short years. In her keynote to the nation’s leading stakeholders in computer science education, Decoste illustrated the tremendous reach of the App Challenge as well as its incredible […]
We’re so grateful for our summer Google Policy Fellow, Rebecca Tjahja. Below is a blog post by her describing her summer in DC. Thank you so much, Rebecca! THE BEST PLACE TO INTERN Posted by Rebecca Tjahja In the McDermott Blog Washington, D.C. is undoubtedly the best city in America to intern. The last 12 […]
We’re so grateful for our summer fellow, Ryan Saraie. Below is a feature of him from the Cal in the Capital Blog 2017. Thank you so much, Ryan! Ryan Saraie UC Berkeley Class of 2019 Environmental Economics & Policy Major Internet Education Foundation After six long, hard years of being away, I finally returned to […]