Cutoff time: January 31, 2022
Applications are open for the Stanford PACS Digital Civil Society Lab Postdoctoral Fellowship 2022-2023. The Digital Civil Society Lab carries promising new researchers to Stanford University for 1-year arrangements (sustainable once, for all out of two years) as postdoctoral colleagues.
Every individual will be principally subsidiary with the Digital Civil Society Lab, and possibly cross-partnered with an office or school at Stanford University relying upon the individual’s particular disciplinary concentration.
Regarding the Digital Civil Society Lab
Computerized advancements are changing common society and a majority rule government. Our conditions on computerized frameworks require new experiences into how these innovations work and how considerate society can draw in them securely, fairly, deliberately, and on the side of human pride and aggregate activity.
The Digital Civil Society Lab (DCSL) means to comprehend and illuminate common society in a carefully reliant world. They draw in researchers, experts, strategy producers and understudies across four interconnected spaces that shape a flourishing and free advanced common society: associations, innovation, strategy, and qualities.
- The annual fellowship stipend is $70,000, plus the standard benefits that postdoctoral fellows at Stanford University receive, including health insurance and travel funds. The fellowship program falls under U.S. Immigration J-1 Exchange Visitor Visa activities.
- Scholars must have a PhD in hand by July 1, 2022. They cannot consider applications from scholars who earned a PhD earlier than September 1, 2019.
- They encourage applications from candidates representing a broad range of disciplines including the social sciences, humanities, law, computer science and engineering.
Applicants will be asked to include the following:
- Cover letter detailing the reasons for the applicant’s interest in the fellowship;
- Curriculum Vitae;
- Fellowship proposal detailing the research that the applicant would undertake while at Stanford, and how it fits within the research agenda of the specific initiative to which the applicant is applying. In this section, please disclose if you have additional funding arrangements.
- Writing sample consisting of either a dissertation chapter or a recent published paper. There are no specific page length or formatting requirements for this sample;
- Graduate transcript with proof that the applicant has completed all the requirements for the PhD, or a letter from their PhD advisor stating when they will do so;
- Two (or more) Letters of Recommendation. These should be submitted via the application portal.
For more details, visit Digital Civil Society Lab.