CSMaP is actively seeking a diverse group of students, engineers, postdocs, faculty collaborators, and staff, and encourage applicants from all backgrounds to apply. We’re always looking to grow our pool of prospective collaborators who share our passion for social media and politics.
Researcher (Tech Policy Fellow)
NYU’s Center for Social Media and Politics seeks a Researcher (Tech Policy Fellow) to translate our research for policy audiences, enable researchers and policymakers to engage more deeply, and ultimately improve public policy and debate on these critical issues. To apply or read more about this position, see our job listing on Interfolio.
Assistant Professor - Social Media and Computational Social Science
The NYU School of Arts and Science seeks excellent candidates whose research stands at the intersection of digital media and politics. This tenure track, assistant professor position is open to scholars across disciplines. The successful candidate will join the appropriate academic department in the NYU School of Arts and Science and is expected to play an integral role in the NYU Center for Social Media and Politics (CSMaP). Methodologically, applicants should demonstrate a mastery of quantitative and/or computational methods in the social sciences. Substantively, applicants should have research interests that align with and/or compliment the areas of interest at CSMaP. The position is to begin September 1, 2024, pending budgetary and administrative approval.