Deadline: Open Until Filled
Job Description: The Robert Strauss Center for International Security & Law at the University of Texas at Austin is offering a two-year fellowship associated with our Integrated Cybersecurity Studies program, as part of the Emerging Tech Policy Leaders Program (ETPL) recently launched by the Cyber Initiative of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation (Hewlett) in partnership with the Technology and Innovation Program of the Charles Koch Institute (CKI). The ETPL program focuses on early career individuals with leadership potential in connection with technology and cyber policy. During
their first year, the person chosen for the Strauss Center fellowship will work four days per week on the responsibilities outlined below, but will spend the fifth day participating in CKI’s renowned “Koch Associates Program” (a professional development program emphasizing leadership and management skills). During the second year of the position, the fellow will work exclusively for the Strauss Center. Please note: ETPL, Hewlett, CKI, and the Strauss Center actively seek candidates from diverse backgrounds for this position.