The Student Engagement Board comprises undergraduate and graduate students from across the university who share our mission of strengthening democracy through civic engagement and inclusive dialogue. The board works with SNF Agora faculty, staff, and leadership both to raise awareness about and participate in the development of our mission and presence on campus and in the broader community. Additionally, in an ongoing capacity, board members:
SNF Agora offers select JHU undergraduate and graduate students the unique opportunity to be ambassadors for SNF Agora Visiting Fellows. This is an exciting chance to support the democracy-promoting work of some of the world’s leading thinkers and practitioners from civil society, government, industry, academia, and media.
Click here to learn more about the Student Ambassadors program.
We are now accepting applications for our 2021–2022 Graduate Student Fellowship program. Our fellowship program is designed to deepen the training and scholarship of PhD students at Johns Hopkins University and to broaden the scholarly community at the SNF Agora Institute by supporting students to join us for one year.
Now Hiring: Apply for the RA Programming Job with the SNF Agora Institute!
We are now accepting applications for the RA Programing position at the SNF Agora Institute!
The RA programming position will be responsible for designing, implementing, and managing databases and data loading processes for large-scale civic data. In this role, the RA will work with Hahrie Han and Milan de Vries on the Mapping the Modern Agora project. This project seeks to apply the tools of ML, computational social science, and large scale data to make the study of civil society at scale possible for the first time.
The SNF Agora Institute awards grants to Johns Hopkins University students whose work is complementary to the institute’s mission of strengthening global democracy through civic engagement and inclusive dialogue.
SNF Agora will accept applications for the grant program twice a year, once during the fall semester and once during the spring semester.
Johns Hopkins University students are encouraged to engage with the SNF Agora Institute in other capacities, including: