Angela Newell is a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Texas studying the innovation and security potentials of big data, how to leverage the mobile platform in federated organizations, and cross border cyber security. Her larger research body focuses on the innovation outcomes of government provided big data, the organizational impacts of interactive and mobile technologies, and cyber security. Dr. Newell is a co-author of a successful National Science Foundation Science of Science and Innovation Policy grant and is an author in the book "The Internet in Everyday Life," edited by William Aspray and Barbara Hayes and published by the MIT press. For her doctoral research, she worked with Aneesh Chopra, Chief Technology Officer, and Beth Noveck, Deputy Chief Information Officer, of the United States to conduct an analysis of the Open Government directive and the technologies and innovations associated with the directive. Her work has been used by and published through the White House. Prior to attending the University of Texas, Dr. Newell was a scientific researcher contracted to the Department of Energy. She received her Master of Science in Public Policy and Information Systems Management from Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University, where she was a Cooper Scholar and a recipient of the Lauble Fellowship.
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Research Interests: Innovation outcomes of government provided big data, the organizational impacts of interactive and mobile technologies, and cyber security.