Faculty & Staff

Faculty from throughout the University are affiliated with CITP, and staff offices are in Sherrerd Hall.

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CITP researchers collaborate with faculty, fellows, and students on a variety of topics, helping to extend our academic research into practical applications and policy proposals.

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Both graduate and undergraduate students are affiliated with CITP in various ways. They collaborate on research, earn the certificate in Information Technology & Society, and contribute to events.

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Each academic year, CITP hosts a class of distinguished visitors from academia, industry, government, and elsewhere, bringing diverse expertise to Princeton and building bridges to the many domains of information technology policy. Fellows are a critical part of the Center’s intellectual life, and participate in many activities throughout the year. The call for applications is issued in November of the preceding academic year.

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Technology policy researchers and experts who wish to have a formal affiliation with CITP, but cannot be in residence in Princeton, may apply to become a CITP Affiliate. The affiliation typically will last for two years. Affiliates do not have any formal appointment at Princeton University. Applicants should email applications to Please send a current curriculum vitae and a cover letter describing background and interest in the program.

General inquiries about CITP should be directed to: