Transatlantic Reports

Bosch Fellows are required to identify a specific transatlantic-themed project for their program year, and each Fellow should use this topic to frame his/her experience and pursue the project throughout his/her stages. Fellows are required to hold a presentation on this topic at the seminar sessions in February or May, and submit a written report on this specific topic at the conclusion of the program. Below are the written reports of recent Fellows.

 

The General Data Protection Regulation and its Effect on Transatlantic Businesses

Author: Robert Barrett, Bosch XXXIII

Professional Field: Law

 

Citizens in Uniform: The Bundeswehr’s Innere Führung and the Cold War divide

Author: Steven Beardsley, Bosch XXXIII

Professional Field: Journalism

 

We Got a Plan! Now What? Viewing Policy From the Ground Up

Author: Erick Gregory, Bosch XXXIII

Professional Field: Urban Planning

 

From Treasure Box to Toolkit: The Democratic Responsibility of Museums

Author: Sarah Kimmerle, Bosch XXXIII

Professional Field: Philanthropy

 

Comparing Criminal Justice and Prisons in Germany and the United States

Author: Sarah Morton, Bosch XXXIII

Professional Field: Law

 

Energiewende in the United States and Germany: Apples and Pears or Can We Learn From Each Other?

Author: Megan O’Reilly, Bosch XXXIII

Professional Field: Environmental Law

 

Urban Planning Policies in the Wake of Social Change: New Strategies for Creating Equality of Opportunity in Germany and the United States

Author: Kate Reynolds, Bosch XXXIII

Professional Field: Public Policy

 

Covering immigration: How U.S. and German media approach the story

Author: Perla Trevizo, Bosch XXXIII

Professional Field: Journalism

 

Vocational and Technical Education from a Transatlantic Perspective: Ample changes and opportunities for collaboration

Author: Shana Kennedy-Salchow, Bosch XXXII

Professional Field: Economics and Education/Education Policy

 

Shared Mobility: An Overview, with Highlights from the United States and Germany

Author: Katherine Kortum, Bosch XXXII

Professional Field: Urban Planning

 

Germany’s Vote to Strike ISIS in Syria Signals a Shift in its Approach to International Law

Author: Eric Langland, Bosch XXXII

Professional Field: Law

 

Entrepreneurship Ecosystems: A Comparison of the United States and Germany

Author: Stephanie E. Raible, Bosch XXXII

Professional Field: Public Policy, Education

 

Energy Security in the Eye of the Beholder: History, Rhetoric, and Reality in the U.S. and Europe

Author: Ellen Scholl, Bosch XXXII

Professional Field: Public Policy, Energy

 

Beyond “The Creation”: The West and the Evolving International Institutional Order

Author: C. Todd Williamson, III Bosch XXXII

Professional Field: Public Policy, Business

 

Transatlantic Perspectives on Student Mobility

Author: Anthony Yuen, Bosch XXXII

Professional Field: Public Policy, Education

 

German Transit, Innovations and Lessons for US Transit Agencies

Author: Christopher Ziemann, Bosch XXXII

Professional Field: Urban Planning

 

From Wettbewerb to Quariertsmanagement: Lessons Learned from German Urban Planning Policy

Author: Katharine Burgess, Bosch XXXI

Professional Field: Urban Planning

 

Framing the Debate in Transatlantic Trade Negotiations: Lessons from Latin America

Author: Erick Feijóo, Bosch XXXI

Professional Field: Public Policy, Economics, International Relations

 

Municipal Foreign Affairs: A Study of the Offices of International Affairs in Europe and the USA

Author: Aaron Fishbone, Bosch XXXI

Professional Field: Public Policy, International Relations

 

Innovation through Automation: How autonomous systems are changing the automobile industry

Author: Adam Gerstmeier, Bosch XXXI

Professional Field: Business, Manufacturing

 

National Security: The Achilles Heel of Transatlantic Data Flows

Author: Laura Gardner, Bosch XXXI

Professional Field: Public Policy, Law, Data Security

 

A Paradigm Change: The Case for Private Philanthropy in the Arts in Germany, the Netherlands, and France

Author: Laura Brower Hagood, Bosch XXXI

Professional Field: Cultural Management, Non-profit Management, Philanthropy

 

Female Entrepreneurship in Germany: Will the German Oprah Please Stand Up

Author: Cameron McCosh, Bosch XXXI

Professional Field: Public Policy, Communications, Entrepreneurship

 

Germany’s Interests in Coastal and Marine Conservation

Author: Clare Waldmann, Bosch XXXI

Professional Field: Public Policy, Environmental Conservation

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