NYU Center for Humanities H-Lab. 2023
- Humanities Lab: Books to Blockchain Grant
- NYU Center for the Humanities. 2023 Bennett-Polonsky Humanities Lab
- The Books to Blockchain Humanities Lab connects earlier practices for calculation and comparison to newly invented ones making a direct continuum from archives and catalogs to open data and digital ledgers, like blockchain.
National Science Foundation CAREER. 2018-
- NSF CAREER: Improving the Reuse of Open Data (SCISIP)
- NSF Award #1833119
- This CAREER project identifies solutions for improving the reuse of open data and assesses the demand for open government data. The research project advances the conceptual development of open data and increases the integrity of data-driven analysis that impacts science and society.
National Science Foundation SCISIP. 2016-2018
- Digital Strategy of Open Data Suppliers
- NSF Award #1635449
- The project considers how US government organizations performed in relation to their internal strategic plans and the external demands to supply digital material to the public. Open data implementations are analyzed through the lens of management science in order to improve federal information policy on releasing digital material.
National Science Foundation BCC-SBE RCN. 2012-2017
- PI-NET: Poli-Informatics Research Coordination Network
- NSF Award #1243917
- This Research Collaborative Network (RCN) advances the new interdisciplinary field of PoliInformatics. PoliInformatics brings informatics to political research by promoting the analysis of very large and unstructured government datasets.
- Project Page : http://poliinformatics.org/
Peter Pribilla-Foundation. 2012-2013
- Leadership For Innovation – Visualizing The Invisible
- 2013 Research Fellow
- Our research team will investigate the relationship between innovation, failure and leadership across the domains of manufacturing, construction, emergency management, technology, health care, public safety and government.
- Data Law and AI Ethics Research Workshop (2023) Conference Organizers: Margaret Hu, Janine Hiller, & Angie Raymond. Planning Committee Paul Burgess, Daryl Lim, Deven Desai, David Nersessian, Anne L. Washington, and Kevin Werbach.
- Carter, Lemuria, Elin Wihlborg & Anne L. Washington. (2020), Exploring the Ethics of Digital Government: How Will Technologies Impact Society and Human Rights? Jan 7. HICSS https://faculty.washington.edu/jscholl/hicss53/workshop-exploring-ethics.php
- Washington, Anne L. (2020), Technological Due Process – Revisited. NSF CAREER Award Workshop. Feb 10. New York, NY. [NSF-funded] https://annewashington.com/grants
- Washington, Anne L. (2020), Data literacy for the Public Sector. NSF CAREER Award Workshop. Feb 10. New York, NY. [NSF-funded] https://annewashington.com/grants
- Wilkerson, John & Anne L. Washington. (2017), Political Informatics 2017 Invited Workshop. NSF Research Coordination Network RCN Meeting. NSF Award #1243917. August. Seattle, WA. [NSF-funded] http://poliinformatics.com
- Wilkerson, John & Anne L. Washington. (2015), Political Informatics Text as Data Short Course. APSA American Political Science Association. August. San Francisco. [NSF-funded] http://poliinformatics.com
- Washington, Anne L. & John Wilkerson. (2014), Political Informatics 2014 Invited Workshop. NSF Research Coordination Network RCN Meeting. NSF Award #1243917. August. Seattle, WA. [NSF-funded] http://poliinformatics.com/
- Washington, Anne L. & Torsten Oliver Salge. (2013), Researching Innovation – Biases in case study selection and the potential to learn from failure. Professional Development Workshop. Technology and Innovation Management Division. AOM2013 Academy of Management Annual Conference. August 9. Florida. [Grant-funded] https://journals.aom.org/toc/amproc/2013/1
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