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Tech Policy Research Assistant

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The Center on Technology Policy (CTP) seeks to craft public policy for a better internet. Utilizing an interdisciplinary academic framework, CTP works to identify knowledge gaps and develop actionable policy frameworks that will enable us to realize the potential benefits of technology while minimizing its harms. By working closely with students and expanding the University’s offerings in technology policy analysis, we seek to cultivate and train the field’s future practitioners.

CTP is currently seeking undergraduate and graduate research assistants to participate in a range of projects focusing on tech policy topics including online expression and misinformation, antitrust, child safety, and China & tech policy. Research assistants will work 5-15 hours a week and will have the opportunity to participate in the research and development of policy frameworks. Students interested in the position should submit a resume to for consideration no later than November 10th.

Faculty Advisor
Matt Perault
Research Supervisor
Scott Babwah Brennen
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