Belfer Fellows Program
In 2018, ADL Center for Technology and Society (CTS), with the support of the Robert Belfer Family, launched the Belfer Fellows program. The Belfer Fellowship program advances ADL’s work by promoting awareness around online hate and digital citizenship, as well as implementing these projects for the wider social good.
Dr. Karen Schrier
- ADL Resource Guide: Identity Game Design Framework
- ADL Blog: "How We Can Use Games to Understand Others Better"
- ADL Report: Designing Ourselves: Identity, Bias, Empathy, and Game Design
- Computational Propaganda, Jewish-Americans and the 2018 Midterms: The Amplification of Anti-Semitic Harassment Online
- "It’s Time to Examine How Online Disinformation Affects Social Groups"
- ADL Report: Computational Propaganda and the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election: Antisemitic and Anti-Black Content on Facebook and Telegram
Rev. Dr. Patricia Novick
- ADL Blog: Belfer Fellow Perspective: An App Story
- ADL Report: Exposure to Alternative & Extremist Content on YouTube
- Fireside Chat series with ADL Belfer Fellows: Episode 3: Livestreaming and Online Hate with Professor Brendan Nyhan
- Using Video Games to Fight Hate and Reduce Bias
- Fireside Chat series with ADL Belfer Fellows: Episode 2: Livestreaming and Online Hate with Professor Gabriela Richard
Ari Ezra Waldman
- Fireside Chat series with ADL Belfer Fellows: Episode 1: Technology Mediated Harassment with Professor Ari Waldman