Announcing David Morar, IEF’s 2016 Google Policy Fellow

David Morar will be the Internet Education Foundation’s 2016 Google Policy Fellow.

Today the Internet Education Foundation (IEF) announced that David Morar, PhD student at the George Mason University School of Policy Government and International Affairs, will serve as its 2016 Google Policy Fellow.

As part of his summer fellowship, Morar will contribute to IEF’s ongoing projects, and to kickstarting new initiatives and programs. With a passion for technology policy and a love of the Internet, David hopes to be able to continue the impactful work done by previous Google Fellows at IEF. Complemented by a wide range of previous experiences, from being a freelance journalist in his home country of Romania, to helping run several editions of a multi-day student-centric science and technology studies and policy conference in DC, David’s research focuses on numerous Internet policy and governance issues, which positions him as a worthwhile addition to our team.

Previously a GMU Presidential Fellow and a Research Fellow at the Future of Privacy Forum, he also holds an appointment as the 2016-2018 student representative on the Policy Council of the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management. David Morar earned a Bachelors of Political Science from the University of Bucharest, and a Masters of International Affairs from the Pennsylvania State University. Follow him (@morar) and us (@netedfound) on Twitter.

IEF projects include the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee, the State of the Net Conference Series, the Congressional App Challenge, and the Internet Law & Policy Foundry.
Find more information the Google Policy Fellowship Program