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Call for Participants: Digital Identity in Times of Crisis — Research Sprint

Call for Participants: Digital Identity in Times of Crisis — Research Sprint

Applications are due September 5.

The BKC Research Sprint Program program is an educational initiative that gathers experts and emerging scholars to address current social, ethical, and policy concerns in digital technology.

Berkman Klein’s Fall 2022 Research Sprint will explore Digital Identity in Times of Crisis.

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Timeline:

  • Monday, August 22: "Digital Identity in Times of Crisis" application opens.
  • Monday, September 5, at 5:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time: Applications due.
  • Thursday, September 22: Candidates under consideration will be asked to submit additional application information.
  • Friday, September 26: Additional application information due.
  • Friday, September 30–Monday, October 3: Participants will be informed of their selection.
  • Thursday, October 6–Thursday, December 15: Period of the Research Sprint, which includes an orientation and eight synchronous sessions.

Questions about eligibility and the Research Sprint process can be found in this Frequently Asked Questions. If your questions are not addressed in the FAQ, please contact researchsprint@cyber.harvard.edu.

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