Susan Cozzens is the vice provost for Graduate Education and Faculty Development at Georgia Tech. Cozzens is also a professor in the School of Public Policy in Ivan Allen College (IAC). Her research interests are in science, technology, and innovation policies in developing countries, including issues of equity, equality, and development. Cozzens is active internationally in developing methods for research assessment, and science and technology indicators. Before her current role, Cozzens served as chair of Public Policy and was associate dean for research in IAC. From 1995 through 1997, she was director of the Office of Policy Support at the National Science Foundation, and before joining Tech, Cozzens spent 11 years on the faculty of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Her Ph.D. is in sociology from Columbia University (1985) and her bachelor’s degree is in sociology from Michigan State University (1972, summa cum laude).