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Jeremiah Azurin


Jeremiah is an non-traditional, distance student from Washington, DC. Prior to college, he cycled and backpacked overseas to conduct research on social impact and international exchange. He shifted his focus to computing and now examines the implications, consequences, and ethics of technology policy. Jeremiah’s particularly interested in the international exchange of ideas on privacy and data. He is a Gilman Scholar to South Korea, Inclusion Institute of Information Science Scholar at the University of Pittsburgh, Kaya Collaborative Fellow to the Philippines, Center for Khmer Studies grant recipient in Cambodia, and Summer Security Intensive Information Technology Lab Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University. 

At the Beeck Center, Jeremiah focuses on design and research to assist with building a communication strategy.

Education: ALB Computer Science, Harvard University; Chonnam National University (South Korea)

Hometown: Washington, DC

Favorite Quote: “Focus focus focus” – Me

What I’m Reading Now: Big Little Man: In Search of My Asian Self by Alex Tizon and Shut Up, I’m Talking: And Other Diplomacy Lessons I Learned in the Israeli Government by Gregory Levey

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How to Make Data an Asset for Public Good?

How to Make Data an Asset for Public Good?

May 1, 2018: The data collected, released, and produced by the government has the potential to be leveraged for social good, but concerns about privacy and citizens’ rights are paramount.

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