The Nebraska Governance and Technology Center relies upon two advisory boards to provide input, guidance, and oversight to the Center’s work: an academic advisory board and an industry & stakeholders board. Each board has specific purposes.
The Academic Advisory Board (AAB) comprises of senior academics (or individuals with substantial academic-adjacent experience) with significant expertise in the Center’s subject matter or in the operation of similar Centers or programs. This board provides input and guidance into the direction and operation of the Center and ensures that it's work lives up to the highest standards of academic excellence.
The Industry & Stakeholders Advisory Board (ISAB) is made up of representatives of local, regional, and national-scale firms in the technology or technology-adjacent sectors. The purpose of the ISAB is principally to anchor the work of the Center, ensuring that it remains connected to and informed by real-world experiences, needs, and concerns.
Members of both boards are appointed by the Director of the NGTC, in consultation with the Dean of the College of Law.
Members of neither board receive compensation.
Academic Advisory Board
Rutgers Law School, Institute for Information Policy & Law
Arizona State University, Center for Law, Science and Innovation
Texas A&M University, School of Innovation, and Entrepreneurship and Economic Development
University of Florida, Levin College of Law
Brookings Institute Center for Technology Innovation
University of Pennsylvania Law School Center for Technology, Innovation, and Competition