The Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics shares an assortment of opportunities through our fellowships and initiatives. If you have an opportunity that you would like to share with the Center's community via our website or in our newsletter, please contact us at ethics@harvard.edu.

Open graduate Research Assistant positions: 

DKP Design Based Implementation Research (DBIR) RA: The DKP is seeking an RA to join our Design Based Implementation Research (DBIR) team to contribute to research in support of continuous improvement of DKP’s yearlong eighth-grade civics curriculum and its supporting system of professional development. Key tasks include the following: coding of civics curriculum lessons for PBL and equity-related indicators. Tasks may also include literature reviews, coding and analysis of qualitative interview transcripts, field notes, and summary notes and contributing to research reports. This position requires a 5-hour weekly time commitment for the 2020 - 2021 academic year. Please click here to learn more about the DBIR RA position.

Graduate Research Assistant: Technology and Democracy White Paper Series: The Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics and the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy are partnering to develop a white paper series on technology, democracy, and human rights. Over the coming months and years, the series will produce policy-oriented papers, co-authored by scholars and practitioners, about how technology is changing the pursuit of democratic renewal and the protection of human rights.  

We are seeking a graduate student to help organize, develop, and research/co-author white papers in the series. We will begin by focusing on the ethics and policy questions surrounding two topics: the use of predictive tools in policing and the criminal justice system, and the use of data in educational environments. We are seeking someone who can help identify the salient theoretical and practical questions in these domains and identify and convene practitioners, policy experts, and scholars who can work together to answer those questions. Please click here to learn more about the Technology and Democracy opportunity and how to apply.