The Center for Information Technology Policy (https://citp.princeton.edu) is an interdisciplinary research center at Princeton that sits at the crossroads of engineering, the social sciences, law, and policy.
CITP seeks candidates at all levels, including postdoctoral research associates and more senior researchers, for our IT Policy Researcher appointments. These are typically twelve-month appointments, commencing on September 1. We are happy to hear from anyone working at the intersection of digital technology and public life, including experts in computer science, sociology, economics, law, political science, public policy, information studies, communication, and other related disciplines.
IT Policy Researchers must be in-residence while at CITP. Candidates who will be on leave from a full-time position should apply instead to the Visiting IT Policy Fellow position.
IT Policy Researchers will conduct research, engage in the Center's public programs, and may participate in the teaching program if mutually agreed, with sufficient course enrollments, and with the approval of the Dean of the Faculty.
Applicants must apply online at https://www.princeton.edu/acad-positions/position/9441. Please submit a current curriculum vitae, a research plan, and a cover letter describing your background, and interest in the program. We prefer to receive applications between the beginning of November and the end of December; for full consideration, please submit your application during that period.
A Ph.D. is required. Please see our website (https://citp.princeton.edu/people) for a list of past researchers.
If you have any questions about this position or the application process, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All offers and appointments are subject to review and approval by the Dean of the Faculty. These positions are subject to the University's background check policy.
Internal Number: 105802649
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