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CALVERT W. JONES cjones@sims.berkeley.edu

786 Lombard Street, San Francisco, CA 94133 www.sims.berkeley.edu/~cjones
Education
Ph.D. School of Information Management & Systems
University of California, Berkeley
September 2004 - May 2006 (M.I.M.S. expected), May 2009 (Ph.D. expected) 4.0 GPA
B.A. cum laude, Columbia College, Columbia University, New York, NY, May 2003 Philosophy major, computer science concentration
3.7 GPA, Dean’s list
Humboldt University, Technical University, and Free University, Berlin, Germany, Spring 2002
Under the auspices of Columbia’s Berlin Consortium, took advanced undergraduate courses in law and philosophy taught in German; 4.0 GPA
Goethe Institut, Frankfurt, Germany, Summer 2001
8 week super-intensive German language course
Awarded highest grade of Sehr Gut on Zertificat Deutsch examination
Instituto International, Madrid, Spain, Summer 2000
6 week NYU-sponsored study abroad program
Successfully completed intensive study of Spanish language and literature
Employment
Researcher, Markle Foundation, New York, June-August 2005
Collaborated with Stefaan Verhulst (Chief of Research) and the Task Force on National Security in the Information Age to research American intelligence reorganization, conceptual approaches to terrorism, and information-sharing provisions to support a newly decentralized national security community.
Research Assistant, Hoover Institution, Stanford University, January-April 2005
Carried out research for Judge Abraham Sofaer, a Senior Fellow in Foreign Policy and National Security Affairs, in preparation for a conference on state responses to transnational cyber-threats hosted by Carnegie Mellon University and the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Research Assistant, World Learning, Washington, DC; Vietnam; and the Balkans. September 2003 – August 2004 Conducted research on country conditions; wrote grant proposals, capacity statements, and policy papers for publication; helped coordinate the organization’s October 2003 conference in the U.K.; and provided assistance for worldwide projects. Successful work in Washington, DC led to two overseas assignments:
Hanoi, Vietnam (4 weeks). Worked with Dr. Ann Hudock, Senior Advisor for Democracy and Governance, to develop new projects in Vietnam.
Kosovo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Croatia (8 weeks). Worked with Jill Benderly, Co-Director of STAR, a ten-year regional program to promote women’s economic and political development in the post-Yugoslav republics. Served as principal writer and researcher on two successful grant proposals to USAID.
Program Manager Associate, Computer Ethics Institute (CEI), Washington, DC, October 2003 – July 2004 (part-time) Worked with Dr. Ramon Barquin, director of the Computer Ethics Institute, affiliated with the Brookings Institution. Developed grant proposals and edited publications, most recently on the challenges of information-sharing in the digital era.
Teaching Assistant, Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY), Summer 2003
Served as teaching assistant for two college-level courses in computer science (Data Structures and Algorithms) and philosophy (Logic: Principles of Reasoning). Each course was offered in an intensive 3-week, residential format with 7 hours of class per day.
Academic Achievements and Recognitions
SIMS Fellowship recipient for first year of graduate education.
Awarded departmental honors at Columbia University: a committee of professors reviews the academic records of graduating philosophy majors every year, and selects no more than 10% to receive departmental honors; undergraduate honors thesis - “Discipline and Punish Online: The Disembodiment of Computer Crime.”
Won Columbia’s Literary Essay Contest for writing and researching “Cowboys and Indians in East Berlin,” a personal essay on post-unification Berlin, 2002.
Accepted by the Berlin Consortium to enroll in German universities to study philosophy, 2002.
Elected Vice President to Columbia’s award-winning undergraduate Mock Trial team, 2000-2001; individual awards include Outstanding Attorney Award (American Mock Trial Regional Tournament, 2001), All American Witness Award (National Championship Intercollegiate Mock Trial Tournament, 2000), Outstanding Witness Award, (American Mock Trial Regional Tournament, 2000) and 5th Place Attorney Award (Ivy League Invitational Mock Trial Tournament, Yale University, 1999)
Accepted into the Center for Talented Youth (CTY) administered by Johns Hopkins University.
Research and Presentations
Jones, C.W. “Al Qaeda’s Innovative Improvisers: Consequences of the Network Structure for Innovation and Learning in Global Politics.” Submitted for publication (18 September 2005), Cambridge Review of International Affairs.
Jones, C.W. “Online Impression Management: Case studies of activist Web sites and their credibility enhancing tactics during the Kosovo war.” (Presented at the University of Oxford, Oxford Internet Institute, “Safety and Security in a Networked World,” 8-10 September 2005).
Hudock, A., and Jones, C.W. Democratizing the Media (2003). Surveys and critiques media sector support around the world, developed out of a paper presented to the Ford Foundation and Aspen Institute in October 2003.
The Challenge of Information Sharing: Balancing National Security and Civil Liberties in the Post-9/11 Era (2003). Assisted in editing for this report on information-sharing strategies, published by the Brookings Institution ITS, Computer Ethics Institute, and Ascential Software Corporation.
Skills
Strong writing ability (97th percentile on verbal GRE; 6.0 on analytical writing portion of GRE; 99th percentile on verbal SAT).
Strong presentation and public speaking skills demonstrated through experience and awards in Mock Trial program.
Proficiency in German and Spanish, and strong ability and interest in learning foreign languages.
Facility with technology and computers. Technical skills include Web site development, Java programming, database development, and some software engineering.
Strong skills in mathematics, statistics, and data analysis. Successfully completed a range of advanced math courses at Columbia, including multivariable calculus, differential equations, and discrete math.
Event planning and conference facilitation skills. Served as the principal conference organizer for World Learning’s “Connecting and Lessons Learned” conference in Brighton, UK in October 2003
Adaptability to foreign cultures and experience living abroad. Lived in Japan, Germany, and Spain, and have been assigned to work in Vietnam and the Balkans; traveled extensively throughout Asia, North Africa, Europe, and Central America.
References
Available upon request