MisinfoDay teaches high school students, teachers, and librarians how to identify and combat online misinformation and disinformation. Visit the MisinfoDay page to learn about the upcoming event on the UW campus and find out how to host one at your own campus or organization.
Current Job Openings
CIP will engage with faculty, postdoctoral fellows, graduate, and undergraduate students to work toward its goal of fostering an informed society, bringing diverse voices to an issue impacting us all. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current opportunities for engagement with CIP include:
Assistant, Associate or Full Professor
The University of Washington Information School seeks a truly outstanding scholar to broaden and deepen our research and scholarship in areas including, but not limited to: studies of misinformation and disinformation, including computational, mixed-methods approaches… View listing
Call for Student Researchers
Are you a UW student looking to contribute to the Center for an Informed Public? We are seeking students at all levels — undergraduate and graduate — with all types of expertise who are interested in working with us. Please fill out this form to share your interest.
We welcome support from individual philanthropists, family foundations, institutional funders, and corporate partners who understand the urgency of fostering an informed society. To learn more about how your organization can be involved through a strategic partnership, contact Jevin West, PI and inaugural director, at email@example.com.