The Institute for Rebooting Social Media is currently recruiting Harvard graduate students for a spring discussion group.
Applications due January 31, 2022
The Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University is now accepting fellowship applications for the 2022-2023 academic year through our annual open call.
BKC seeks a full-time Senior Research Coordinator to work alongside our Faculty Director, Professor Jonathan Zittrain, in Cambridge, MA...
The Cyberlaw Clinic and the Initiative for a Representative First Amendment are now accepting applications for exciting summer opportunities.
Starting February 2022, Hendrickson will help lead BKC and shape its next generation of education, research & engagement.
#GoodID, an effort to catalyze constructive conversation around digital identity, will be a part of the Center's research and programming in the coming year.
For faculty who wish to spend next academic year developing research around social media's opportunities and harms...
From the AI Policy Research Clinic hosted by BKC and the City of Helsinki
Specialized global team of early career scholars examine ways to use AI technology to support public school students and teachers
A recap of BKC's AI Policy Research Clinic held in the summer of 2021
James Mickens shares insights into the Center's new Institute for Rebooting Social Media.
Zenzele Best summarizes and celebrates five years of the Assembly Program
What is learning and where and how does it happen? The pandemic let us consider these questions in new ways.
The Case of Singling Out
Micah Altman, Aloni Cohen, Kobbi Nissim, and Alexandra Wood published a new article “What a Hybrid Legal-Technical Analysis Teaches Us About Privacy Regulation: The Case of…
A Conversation about Policing and the First Amendment
Video: A conversation about policing and the First Amendment
As vice dean, Bavitz will foster and support the work of HLS’s terrific experience-based learning programs
As vice dean, Bavitz will foster and support the work of HLS’s terrific experience-based learning programs, including 36 clinics and 11 student practice organizations.
In Newsweek, Alexa Hasse offers some key lessons about the skills young people need to be good “digital citizens”
Video from the final session of the Digital Self-Determination Research Sprint, which offered an opportunity to reflect, celebrate, and look ahead.
Research Sprint advances understanding of digital self-determination through international collaboration
Rory Torres shares her experience as part of Berkman Klein’s latest global research sprint
A living syllabus and a Wikipedia entry on digital self-determination allow the work of the Research Sprint live on and embody some of the key elements of digital self…