Carnegie Mellon University

Center for Informed Democracy & Social - cybersecurity (IDeaS)

CMU's center for disinformation, hate speech and extremism online

IDeaS Center for Informed Democracy & Social-cybersecurity

Information for CMU Students

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KNIGHT FELLOWSHIPS

Knight Fellows conduct transdiciplinary research project under an IDeaS research area. They have the opportunity to present at our annual IDeaS Conference, provide new research to center partners and TA at the IDeaS Summer Institute. 

Knight Fellows are awarded a one semester stipend. 

Knight Fellow proposals for Fall 2021 are due June 30, 2021 (pdf)

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IDeaS COURSES

For CMU students interested in the field of Social-cybersecurity, the following courses may be of interest. These courses are in one or more of these emerging concerns: social media and hate speech, extremism, or disinformation; propaganda and information warfare; and social cyber bullying.

Fall 2021 Courses

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GET INVOLVED with IDeaS

If you are interested in conducting a research project under the guidance of one of our faculty members or learning more about the Center for IDeaS, please contact one of our Co-Directors or faculty members

 

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