Visiting the Center
If you are interested in becoming involved with CITP, we encourage you to visit. The best way to do so is to come to one of the many events that we host. If you would like to stop by some other time, please contact us.
Each academic year, we issue a call for fellows to apply to spend up to a year at CITP. Fellows are a critical part of the Center’s intellectual life, and participate in many activities throughout the year. The application process is usually open from November 1st through January 15th. Please see the CITP home page during that time period for more information and links to the application.
CITP seeks candidates for a Visiting Professor position annually. Applicants must be currently appointed faculty members at an academic institution. Individuals may apply for a one-or two-year appointment, based on their individual circumstances and availability. We are happy to hear from any faculty member working at the intersection of digital technology and public life. This includes professors of computer science, sociology, economics, law, political science, public policy, information studies, communication, and other disciplines. The application process is usually open from November 1st through January 15th. Please see the CITP home page during that time period for more information and links to the application.
There are many opportunities for undergraduates to be involved with CITP. We offer an undergraduate certificate through the Program in Information Technology and Society. We also maintain an Undergraduate Fellows program that helps undergrads interested in technology policy to interact and collaborate. Undergraduates also often collaborate with CITP-affiliated faculty on research, and CITP helps to match undergrads with summer internship and job opportunities in technology policy. You may also want to subscribe to our CITP Undergrads mailing list. If you’re a coder, you may also want to check out the Code@Night events.
Through the CITP Graduate Student Fellows program, current Princeton graduate students are involved in many of the activities of the Center for Information Technology Policy. If you are a prospective student, graduate study is most often pursued at the Center after acceptance to one of the degree-granting schools or departments on campus. The most common places from which graduate students affiliate are the Woodrow Wilson School, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Politics, and Sociology. Students must apply for the graduate program, by the annual deadline.