Outreach

In addition to my research and teaching, I also engage with the wider community in order to spread the insights beyond my campus and beyond academia. Please see below for my outreach work.

N2PE

I work as Graduate Coordinator and Web Manager for the Network for a New Political Economy (N2PE), an interdisciplinary network of faculty and students launched at the University of California, Berkeley that aims to rethink political economy and develop and alternative to the neoliberal paradigm.

In my work for the Network, I help to organize, announce, and run events with faculty and practitioners around the world as well as working with Steve Vogel to launch the Designated Emphasis in Political Economy at Berkeley, a PhD minor program that allows students to build interdisciplinary skills in Political Economy.

Outreach Talk

As part of the ORIAS Speakers Bureau, I offer a 45 minute presentation on “Welfare” and “Capitalism” geared toward 8-12th grade and community college audiences.

This talk was free to book due to generous funding by the Institute of European Studies. Unfortunately, funding has been exhausted for the current year.  I encourage you to find out more about the ORIAS Speakers Bureau at the link above or use this direct booking link to request one of the talks still available this year.

If you would like to book me as a guest speaker with external funding, please contact me to discuss details

Selected Outreach Activities

Administrator for Panel “Gillian Tett discusses Anthro-Vision: A New Way to See in Business and Life,” organized by The Network for a New Political Economy (N2PE), November 18th, 2021.

Administrator for Panel “The Chinese Case as a Puzzle for Political Economy,” organized by The Network for a New Political Economy (N2PE), April 21st, 2021. [recording]

Administrator for Panel “How to Place An Op-ed: Tips from the Pros,” organized by The Network for a New Political Economy (N2PE) and the UC Berkeley School of Journalism, April 7th, 2021. [recording]

Moderator for Panel “Big Tech: What is the Nature of the Challenge, and What Should We Do?” (Panelists: Martin Kenney (UC Davis), Dan Rubinfeld (NYU & UC Berkeley), Sandeep Vaheesan (Open Markets Institute), John Zysman (UC Berkeley)), organized by The Network for a New Political Economy (N2PE), March 30th, 2021.

Administrator for Panel “Rethinking Political Economy: How to Teach It Right,” organized by The Network for a New Political Economy (N2PE), March 5th, 2021. [recording]

Administrator for Panel “What’s at Stake in the Minimum Wage Debate: A Political Economy Perspective,” organized by The Network for a New Political Economy (N2PE), February 18th, 2021. [recording]

Discussant for Panel  “Economic Development: Microfoundations” (Chair: Wendy Chen, Texas Tech University) at the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA) 78th Annual Meeting, Virtual, Saturday April 17th, 2021

Reviewer for Law & Policy (Wiley), Regulation & Governance (Wiley)

Panel Organizer & Chair, “Tech Governance: Negotiating Innovation Between the Firm and the State,”  American Political Science Association (APSA) 116th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, September 10-13, 2020) [program link][panel video]

Co-Organizer & Panel Moderator, “Pre-Conference on The Politics of Entrepreneurship, Education, Innovation, and Inclusion” sponsored by the APSA Class & Inequality Section and the Kauffman Foundation, American Political Science Association (APSA) 116th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, September 8, 2020

Panel Chair, “Knowledge, Politics, and Policy Innovation,”  WPSA Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 18-20, 2019

European Politics Working Group, Assistant Graduate Student Coordinator, University of California, Berkeley, Spring 2016 – Present

European Politics Working Group, Interim Graduate Student Coordinator, University of California, Berkeley, Fall 2016 – Spring 2017

Organizer for Professor Wolfgang Wahlster Visit with Bay Area Council (BAC) and German American Chamber of Commerce (GACC) on behalf of the Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy (BRIE), Summer-Fall 2015