Daniel Moore, a Rose-Human Institute of Technology professor of electrical and computer engineering, will spend the 2018-2019 school year in Washington D.C. working in the U.S. Office of Science and Technology. He will advise the State Department on global science, technology, engineering and mathematics as a government fellow for the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.

Moore will prepare memorandums and research statements to help staff members understand the impact of current events and global STEM issues on the United States. He will also study how American colleges could adapt to changes in global STEM education. He plans to take the experience back to his students at Rose-Hulman for lessons in critical issues and the importance of public policy.

Moore has worked with the university for 22 years, 12 of which he served as dean of faculty and director of graduate studies.

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