Project on Democracy and the Internet
Educating the next generation of scholars, technologists, and policy makers and developing, testing, and proactively sharing curriculum and knowledge with relevant audiences with the aim to inform policies and business decisions that may potentially impact democratic institutions.
Courses listed with a department number are available to enrolled Stanford students. Check the Stanford Bulletin for course offerings in the current academic term.
Rob Reich, Professor of Political Science and, by courtesy, Professor of Philosophy and of Education, Stanford
Mehran Sahami, Professor (Teaching) of Computer Science; Robert and Ruth Halperin University Fellow in Undergraduate Education, Stanford
Jeremy Weinstein, Professor of Political Science; Senior Fellow, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies; Sakurako and William Fisher Family Director, Stanford Global Studies Division; Ford-Dorsey Director of African Studies, Stanford
Hilary Cohen, Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow, The McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society, Stanford
Course Description: Course website: https://techethics.stanford.edu In 2001 Google adopted the tagline “Don’t Be Evil” to describe its...Read More
Paul Brest, Former Dean and Professor Emeritus
Nathaniel Persily, James B. McClatchy Professor of Law
Dan Ho, William Benjamin Scott and Luna M. Scott Professor of Law
Rob Reich, Professor of Political Science
In recent years, social media platforms have faced public scrutiny for their practices in managing controversial content. New technologies are...Read More