Luke KosloskyLuke Koslosky is a Research Associate in the S&T Policy Division. He is the head staff member of the Center for Enterprise, Exploration, and Defense in Space. He has worked on a wide variety of contracts, focusing on research areas pertaining to technology forecasting, public-private innovation, research and development best practices, microelectronics national strategy, and public policy. He also has a graduate of the CReST program. Before joining the Institute, Luke worked for Rep. Doug LaMalfa in the House of Representatives analyzing policy and managing constituent correspondence. Prior to that, Luke interned for Senator Jim Nielson in the California State Legislature. Luke received a B S in Political Science from Santa Clara University, where he was awarded the Bernard L. Kronick Award for Excellence in Writing for his analysis of the implementation of the Dayton Accords in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina.