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American University Internet Governance Lab – Graduate Fellowship 2022

Application Deadline:November 30, 2021

The Internet Governance Lab is looking for new graduate fellows from American University. Applications are open to master and doctoral students of all AU schools who wish to join the Lab’s dynamic research community starting in the Spring 2022 semester.

IGL invite applications from graduate students with a demonstrated interest in work addressing a range of topics relevant to the Lab’s activities, including internet infrastructure, platform governance, digital rights, cyber-physical systems, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence and machine learning, election security, the future of work, Internet standards and protocols, data protection/privacy, surveillance, and more.  

Graduate Fellows actively participate at the Lab’s events and meetings. Fellows can expect opportunities for intellectual engagement, feedback on scholarship, and networking with faculty fellows, practitioners-in-residence, doctoral students, distinguished alumni, and partners from industry, government, and civil society.

The mission of the Internet Governance Lab, carried out by interdisciplinary faculty fellows, practitioners in residence, and doctoral, graduate, and junior fellows,  is to advance the marketplace of ideas with original research, translate complex sociotechnical problems for policymakers and the public, build bridges among diverse stakeholders, and train the next generation of global thought leaders and practitioners in Internet governance and technology policy.

The deadline for submitting an application is November 30, 2021.  Applicants will be notified of their status via email by December 15, 2021. 

Official Website: Internet Governance Lab – Graduate Fellowship 2022



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