2011 Jiwan Giri, former ICASIT intern, assisted in the development of an ICASIT proposal to assist the Nepal Wireless Project, and also assisted in preparing two articles on that topic.
2012 Iqbal Achmed, SPGIA graduate student, augmented consolidated and updated the ICASIT ICT database, close to 100 topics, each with a large number of citations, videos and reports. This was used as a class resource in the 2012 and 2013 version of the Internet and Public Policy course and was also used by several high schools and other academic institutions.
2013 Samuel Stone, Global Affairs graduate student, collaborated on research on Hactivism, which resulted in a co-authored article in IEEE Internet Computing and also helped in the Nepal project cited above.
2013 John Gudgel, PhD student, worked with the ICASIT director to prepare teaching materials about the Internet of Things, and was trained in the use of distance learning technology, ultimately developing an on line lecture on the topic independently.
2014 Meizou Song, SPGIA graduate student and ICASIT intern, augmented,consolidated and updated the ICASIT ICT database, close to 100 topics, each with a large number of citations, videos and reports. This was used as a class resource in the 2014 version of the Internet and Public Policy course and was also used by several high schools and other academic institutions, some as far away as Australia.
2015 Jenna Delgado, graduate student and ICASIT intern, developed an extensive database on technology interventions in post secondary education and K-12– it was used extensively in the graduate course the Technology Tuition Paradox, and also was helpful in several other research activities.
2016 Khasboo Bhatia, Schar student, worked with ICASIT director Stephen Ruth on her senior research project, on Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
2016 Graduate student Merone Hailemakil developed a large data base for a fall graduate elective course called Blogs, Social Networks and Public Policy.
2016 Rising senior Joseph Nieves used a summer internship to enhance the ICASIT data base.
2017 Senior Leohana Carrera developed a current data base for the eighty topics available to students in Spring 2017 graduate course called Internet and Public Policy—Technology or Tyranny?
2017 Graduate student Wei Ren completed on a data base of technology challenges that was used in a Fall 2017 elective course to be taught by Professor Ruth
2017 Graduate Student Guchenwu Jia is completing a specialized report of Information Technology 2018 challenges, with particular emphasis on AI and Robotics
2017-2018 Senior Monika Anic, an OSCAR student, joined Prof. Ruth and Prof. Delton Daigle in a new ICASIT research project aimed at developing insights on the demographics of faculty teaching distance learning. She has also developed a new ICASIT database to assist hospice volunteers.
2018 Senior Lauren Foust, from URAP program, will be working with Prof. Ruth and Prof. Daigle on several ICT-related research projects. She has also developed a new ICASIT database to assist jail and prison volunteers. Lauren also received an OLLI scholarship of $1,000 recently based on her work at ICASIT.
2018 Graduate student Nan Meng completed a revision of a technology data base.
2018 Graduate student Jinhee Yi joined ICASIT for a summer project involving assisting in reconstituting a core course call Culture Organization and Technology, and also will be maintaining the new ICASIT database to assist jail and prison volunteers. In fall 2019 she and Professor Ruth wrote an published conference proceeding article,
Ruth, S. and J. Yi. “MOOCs are disrupting many education markets—do they have a chance in higher education? “ Proceedings of the 2019 INTED Conference, March 2019
2018 Graduate student Cherrita Guy joined ICASIT for a summer project involving development of a new database involving serious ICT problems, especially in AI, algorithms and robotics, and also setting up a database of legislative attempts to deal with similar problems. In addition, she will be maintaining the new ICASIT database to assist jail and prison volunteers.
2019 Graduate student Augusta Nissly will be working on several data base projects plus a research article.