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[liberationtech] Call for Applications, 2013-2014 Yahoo! Fellow in Residence, Georgetown University

Yosem Companys companys at stanford.edu
Tue Feb 26 04:59:20 PST 2013


From: Francesca Musiani <francesca.musiani at gmail.com>

The Institute for the Study of Diplomacy at Georgetown University's School
of Foreign Service in Washington, DC is now accepting applications for the
position of 2013-2014 Yahoo! Fellow in Residence. The fellowship is
supported by the Yahoo! International Values, Communications Technology,
and Global Internet Fellowship Fund, which was established in 2007-08 at
the School of Foreign Services (SFS) at Georgetown University with the help
of a $1 million gift from Yahoo! Inc. Every year, the fund supports one
fellow attached to the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy (ISD) and two
junior fellows from the MSFS graduate program at SFS to do research on how
international values apply to the development and use of new communications
technologies. Additional information can be found on the Institute's
website using the following links:

http://isd.georgetown.edu/programs/yahoofellow/
http://isd.georgetown.edu/files/Yahoo_Announcement.pdf

Kind regards,
Francesca
--
Francesca Musiani, PhD

2012-13 Yahoo! Fellow in
Residence<http://isd.georgetown.edu/programs/yahoofellow/>
Institute for the Study of Diplomacy <http://isd.georgetown.edu/>
Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service <http://sfs.georgetown.edu/>
Georgetown University
1316 36th Street NW
Washington, DC 20057-1025

CSI, MINES ParisTech <http://www.csi.mines-paristech.fr/> | ANR ADAM
project<http://adam.hypotheses.org/>

Berkman Center for Internet and Society @ Harvard
Law<http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/>
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Personal website <http://www.csi.mines-paristech.fr/Perso/Musiani/> |
Twitter <https://twitter.com/franmusiani>
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