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.


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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