New America is a nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy institute that invests in new thinkers and new ideas to address the next generation of challenges facing the United States. New America’s Open Technology Institute is a non-profit research and advocacy organization that works at the forefront of technology and policy, and our mission is ensuring that every community has equitable access to digital technology and its benefits. New America’s higher education program works to make higher education more accessible, innovative, student-centered, outcomes-focused, and equitable.
The Open Technology Institute, in consultation with New America’s Higher Education Initiative, seeks a two-year fellow to specialize in the intersection of technology, privacy, and post secondary education. As the fellow, you will research ways to protect student data privacy and security while preserving the ability to gather insights about higher education outcomes for particular schools, programs, and populations, as well as work with the education data community at large to develop and advocate for practices that fit that goal. You will have the opportunity to work with technologists and lawyers from OTI, as well as experts in post-secondary data analysis from the Education program, as we approach these important questions. You will also interact with a wide variety of other organizations in DC, both within the privacy and security community as well as the post-secondary data community.
The fellow’s responsibilities will include:
Please submit a resume and cover letter.
No phone calls please.
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