[SIGCIS-Members] Data and Society positions for postdocs, researchers and faculty fellows (social instabilities in the labor force)
megfinn at uw.edu
Thu Nov 8 20:01:06 PST 2018
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Data & Society is pleased to announce a cluster of new openings that are designed to attract a range of junior and senior scholars.
Postdoctoral Scholars: https://datasociety.net/blog/2018/11/07/call-for-postdoctoral-scholars/
Data & Society is recruiting one to three Postdoctoral Scholars whose work complements research projects currently underway at the Institute and advances our mission. Postdoctoral Scholars will be expected to work with senior research leadership to construct a viable research project that will both advance scholarly knowledge and contribute to the broader goals of Data & Society. These are 2-year positions based in NYC starting in September 2019. Applications are due December 6, 2018.
Researchers (Social Instabilities in Labor Futures): https://datasociety.net/blog/2018/11/08/researcher-social-instabilities-in-labor-futures-initiative-2-positions/
Data & Society is hiring for two research positions in Data & Society’s Social Instabilities in Labor Futures Initiative. Candidates would design and conduct research into one of two topics: "Public Sector Labor and Technology Disruption" or "Franchise Entrepreneurship and Financialization." Ideally, one of these positions will go to someone who can take on the role of "Research Lead" for the initiative. The other position would be a researcher position. These are two-year positions with the possibility of renewal. Applications due December 17, 2018.
Faculty Fellows: https://datasociety.net/blog/2018/11/07/call-for-faculty-fellows/
Data & Society is seeking two to three Faculty Fellows for our 2019-20 Class of Fellows. Faculty fellows work on independent or collaborative research projects that contribute to the mission of the organization. These are 10-month paid fellowships and fellows are expected to be in residence two days a week. Applications are due December 17, 2018.
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