Two Jackson School faculty, Sara Curran, professor and director of the Center for Studies in Demography & Ecology and Jessica Beyer, a lecturer and cybersecurity research scientist, are researching demographic and social disparities
Sara Curran, Jackson School Professor and Director of the Center for Studies of Demography & Ecology, answers three questions on current issues facing U.S. immigration, from the trend of Mexicans
Jackson School Faculty Jessica Beyer, an expert on international cybersecurity and non-state actors, features on an all-female panel on “Decoding the Disinformation Problem,” an event hosted on August 13 by the
This event was the fifth in a series of events. The first focused on privacy, the second on systemic risk, the third on artificial intelligence, and the fourth on international
In 2018, a JSIS GRG research team conducted a feasibility assessment for The Rohingya Project (TRP) and their proposed plan to create self-sovereign digital identities for the stateless Rohingya diaspora.
Three of the Jackson School’s Cybersecurity Fellows—Conor Cunningham, Binh Truong, and Jion Yi—have received Mary Gates Research Scholarships to support their technology policy research, supervised by Jackson School faculty member
This event was the third in a series of events. The first focused on privacy and the second focused on systemic risk. The next one will focus on International Threats. It will
This event was the second in a series of events. The first focused on privacy. The next one will focus on Artificial Intelligence (AI). It will be on March 6
During spring quarter 2018, a group of Jackson School undergraduates and graduate students spent the quarter tackling the issue of systemic cyber risk as part of an Applied Research Project
Speakers from the public and private sector spent the afternoon addressing the emerging and persistent data privacy issues while calling attention to future challenges and potential threats. The speakers were Frances Dewing, the CEO and Co-Founder of Rubica, Inc.; Ivana Lichtscheidl, the Director of Compliance, Privacy, and HIPAA Security Officer of Pioneer Human Services; and Ann Nagel, the UW’s Associate Vice Provost for Privacy, University Privacy Officer, and European Union General Data Protection Officer. The Jackson School of International Studies’ Professor Sara Curran was the moderator of the panel.