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CITP offers an undergraduate certificate through the Program in Technology and Society, Information Technology Track jointly with the Keller Center. Through a combination of courses focused on information technology and society, the program aims to help Princeton students better understand how technology drives social change, how society shapes technology, and how technologies can be used to address grand social challenges.
CITP is pleased to announce the availability of funding for Princeton undergraduate and graduate student internships in information technology policy.
CITP organizes reading groups for Princeton-affiliated students, staff, and faculty, which focus on current topics in information technology policy. Currently, we are running two reading groups: security and privacy and Princeton TechSoc.
Every fall break we take a group of Princeton undergraduate students on a three-day all expenses paid visit to Washington D.C. Visits are made to various organization involved with the technology policy process.