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CDT Welcomes New Non-Resident Fellows for 2022-23

(WASHINGTON) — The Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) is excited to welcome a new class of members to our Non-Resident Fellows Program. This year’s cohort includes 13 distinguished scholars from a wide variety of organizations and backgrounds, reflecting the sweeping impact technology has on all aspects of life.

CDT’s Non-Resident Fellows program engages academics in the major tech policy conversations of today. The program is part of CDT’s continuing effort to create spaces that bring together researchers, policymakers, and subject matter experts to advance more informed policy solutions. Fellows collaborate on projects and events with CDT policy experts, and CDT amplifies and shares their relevant research.

The incoming Fellows are:

  • Gabrielle Bardall, Vice President External Relations, The Parliamentary Centre
  • Solon Barocas, Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research, and Adjunct Assistant Professor Assistant Professor, Information Science, Cornell University
  • Robert Gorwa, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, WZB Berlin Social Science Center
  • Ben Green, Postdoctoral Scholar, University of Michigan
  • Christina Harrington, Assistant Professor, Carnegie Mellon University.
  • Margaret Hu, Professor of Law and of International Affairs, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Ashley Lee, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Stanford Law School
  • Darakhshan Mir, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Bucknell University
  • Niels ten Oever, Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Amsterdam
  • Sarita Schoenebeck, Associate Professor in the School of Information, University of Michigan
  • Robert Seamans, Associate Professor, New York University’s Stern School of Business
  • Caroline Sinders, Principal Designer and Founder, ‎Convocation
  • Sucheta Soundarajan, Associate Professor in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Syracuse University

See the full list of Fellows.

The Center for Democracy & Technology is a 25-year old 501(c)(3) working to promote civil rights and civil liberties in the digital age. Based in Washington, D.C. and Brussels, Belgium, CDT works inclusively across sectors to find tangible solutions to today’s most pressing technology policy challenges. Our team of experts includes lawyers, technologists, academics, and analysts, bringing diverse perspectives to all of our efforts.