Center for Technology and Information Policy (CTIP)
Welcome to CTIP, the Maxwell School's interdisciplinary research center on technology and information policy. CTIP brings together faculty and graduate students from a wide range of academic disciplines who share an interest in technology and policy.
The Maxwell School's Center for Technology & Information Policy
(CTIP) is a multidisciplinary research program that provides
institutional support and facilities for collaborative research on the
technical dimension of public policy. The program is affiliated with
Syracuse University's L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer
Science and specializes in evaluation of technology and R&D policy;
use of technical information and computers in public policy making and
public management; computer-based technology for analysis forecasting,
assessment, and technology transfer; and the role of technical
information in policy making and public management.
Technology & Information Management Policy Program of the Maxwell
School's Department of Public Administration and International Affairs is the curriculum
counterpart of the technology center's research apparatus. Masters and
doctoral students in public administration are offered courses in
Technology Development, Research and Development Policy, Science and
Technology Policy, Environment and Resources Policy, Public Management
Computer Information Systems, and a Research Workshop in Technology
CTIP's director is Stuart Bretschneider. Administration is handled by Marlene Rizzo.
419 Crouse-Hinds Hall
900 S. Crouse Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244