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Student Research Fellowship Program

Fellows assist faculty affiliated with the Center in conducting research on the convergence of law and technology. The program provides the selected students with the opportunity to delve into emerging issues of law, technology, policy and regulation, and to work more closely with faculty.

Fellows work with the Director the Center to define research initiatives and to conduct research throughout the semester. Each research position is funded with a grant. Students work between eight and 10 hours per week on research projects over the course of the semester.

2021 Fellows

Suzanne Chang

Suzanne Chang

Suzanne Chang is a 3L at Drexel University’s Thomas R. Kline School of Law. Her undergraduate degree is in Chemical Engineering. Prior to law school, she has designed and fabricated mobile labs as well as conducted research and technology development aimed at improving worker safety and minimizing adverse environmental affects resulting from offshore drilling and offshore oil spills. This past summer, Ms. Chang worked for the City of Philadelphia Law Department, where she researched issues regarding the per- and polyfluoralkyl substances (PFAS) drinking water contaminant levels and infrastructure maintenance issues. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and her two dogs as well as experimenting in the kitchen and doing jigsaw puzzles.

Hina Moheyuddin

Hina Moheyuddin

Hina Moheyuddin, a 3L at Drexel Kline School of Law, is pursuing a career in privacy law. She believes in thoughtful discourse and responsibility of stewardship when it comes to consumer data and privacy rights. To her, privacy is part of the core of responsible decision making and she seeks to embrace the emancipatory potential of academia in efforts to balance privacy and agency during this liminal period of the human experience.