Applications — with submission deadline of 1 January 2011 — are invited for fellowships during the 2011-2012 academic year, at the Yale Information Society Project, at the Yale Law School, in New Haven, Connecticut, USA.
Applications are invited for two types of fellowship:
- The Yale ISP resident fellowship:
- “The Yale ISP resident fellowship is designed for recent graduates of law or Ph.D. programs who are interested in careers in teaching and public service in any of the following areas: law and media, media studies, intellectual property and innovation, Internet and communications law and policy, intellectual property law, access to knowledge, civil liberties online, first amendment law, digital education, youth social media policy, Internet governance and regulation, privacy, cybersecurity, biotechnology, standards and technology policy, and the intersections of law, technology, and culture generally.”
- The Yale ISP visiting fellowships:
- “A small number of special ISP visiting fellowships are also available for persons who provide their own sources of funding. Past visiting fellows have included recent graduates of law and Ph.D. programs, as well as academics, activists, and members of NGOs.”
For more information, please see the announcement.