Dr. Sungdae Lim, Assistant Professor in the Political Science Department at Sam Houston State University, has been named to the Institute for Science, Technology and Public Policy (ISTPP) Fellows program at the Bush School of Government & Public Service. The ISTPP Fellows program recognizes individuals who have made a significant contribution to the development of the ISTPP and to its mission, aims, and objectives. Participation as an ISTPP Fellow is by invitation from the Institute. Fellows are selected based upon current and past collaboration with the Institute on interdisciplinary proposals, projects, and scholarship, as well as distinguished accomplishments within the individual’s discipline.
Dr. Lim’s research focuses on public- and nonprofit-sector innovation, leadership, and partnerships with particular agendas on coproduction, social equity, community engagement, and social construction in public service governance.
ISTPP policy research proactively identifies the public and stakeholder’s acceptability parameters for science and technology applications. By connecting science and technology research to acceptable policy solutions, ISTPP can help solve pressing public problems.