2022 Midterms Seminar Series


Our four-part series, starting October 12, will bring together leading scholars to explore the intersection of social media, politics, and democracy ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. 

Through cutting-edge research, NYU’s Center for Social Media and Politics works to understand politics, inform public policy, and strengthen democracy in the digital age.

Who We Are

  • Our Research

    CSMaP publishes rigorous, policy-relevant research in top academic journals.

  • Our Team

    Drawing from politics, data science, biology, and sociology, we host a diverse community of scholars.

  • Our Impact

    Our work advances scientific knowledge and informs public policy and discourse in the digital age.

Work With Us

We’re currently hiring across a number of positions. We’re always looking for people to join our talent pool, too.

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About Us

Our Co-Director Joshua A. Tucker explains the importance of CSMaP's work.

A Commitment to Open Science

As part of our project to construct comprehensive data sets and to empirically test hypotheses related to social media and politics, we have developed a suite of open-source tools and modeling processes.

Explore and download our data collection and analysis tools.