The Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society welcomes an interdisciplinary and diverse community of academics and practitioners to join the Center as fellows in its mission to engage the challenges and opportunities of cyberspace.
There are two primary ways in which the Berkman Klein Center accepts fellowship applications: through an annual open call for applications; and through periodic calls for applications for specific fellowships.
Open Call for Fellowship Applications
There is an annual open call for fellowship applications. Through this channel, applicants submit research proposals of their own design.
The Center makes periodic calls for applications for specific project fellowships and fellowships to help address other Center priorities/programs. These may happen at any point during the year. Fellowship positions announced in this manner often, but not always, involve direct work on ongoing Berkman Klein projects. In some cases, project-based positions are considered employee fellowships and are funded. In other cases, project-based positions are non-employee roles.