Casey Tilton is a Research Associate at the Berkman Klein Center where he works on the Internet Monitor project. Before joining the Center, he earned a Master's degree in Communication, Culture, and Technology from Georgetown University. While in graduate school, he focused his courses and research on interdisciplinary social science research methods, Internet governance, and regulation of emerging technologies.
He is particularly interested in research that deals with the intersection of networked technologies and society, and he is thrilled to lend his support to the Internet Monitor project.
Outside of his academic interests, Casey is an avid baseball fan and enjoys hiking and skiing on the weekends. In addition to his M.A., he holds a B.A. in English and Journalism from the University of Delaware.