How can we foster meaningful dialogue and create shared knowledge in a digital world shaped by algorithms? What do we […]
Hi! My name is Jonathan Zong (website) (@ohnobackspace), and I’m extremely delighted to be joining the Citizens and Technology Lab […]
Given the current status of the campus, the state and country due to COVID-19, we have paused our search for […]
Our director’s transition to Cornell University and how it will affect CivilServant.
Hello there, Max Klein here. It’s my great honor to start work at CivilServant, and do the hard work of finding evidence on how to create a more understanding internet.
Our Princeton & NYU team is recruiting women and your trusted allies on Twitter to test what to say when someone attacks or tries to undermine you online.
Apply by Dec 15 for our Jan 27-28 summit, which brings communities together to develop research on moderation and community online.
As communities ask new questions, citizen behavioral scientists grow collective knowledge about the outcomes of ideas for a fairer, safer, more understanding internet.
What factors lead users in an online platform to join together in mass collective action to influence those who run the platform?