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Summer Institute

The Summer Institute is a fully online educational program offered to undergraduate and graduate students by the Berkman Klein Center. 

Launched in July of 2020, the Summer Institute brings together students from across the world to connect virtually with BKC’s researchers and practitioners and to work on current topics in Internet and society research. Over four weeks, participants engage in synchronous and asynchronous events, including attending talks and seminars, discussing current research, meeting with BKC community members, and working collaboratively. In small groups, the students produce a final project that informs decision makers about current Internet and society issues. 

In its inaugural year, the Summer Institute focuses on a key topic within BKC’s work, artificial intelligence (AI) principles and practice. Participants explore specific areas including: AI policy and inclusion, media and content moderation, and guidance for decision makers.


Our Work 02

Jul 23, 2020 @ 11:00 AM

Data Alliances

Building capacity and access for data-driven research in the public interest

Christo Wilson and Rebecca Weiss present the state of online measurement platforms as they exist today, why they are not sufficient to address the scope and scale of the social… More

Jun 18, 2020

BKC Summer Institute teaches students about critical areas of Internet & society

Four-week educational program to take deep dive into AI principles and practice

Four week educational program to take deep dive into content, community More