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Work with BITSS and CEGA

Communications Intern, Summer 2022

BITSS is seeking a motivated intern to develop multimedia content, disseminate through our communications channels (social media, our newsletter, and website), press coverage, and support program implementation. This is a paid opportunity. Learn more and apply here.

Part-time Full Stack Developer, Social Science Prediction Platform

BITSS is looking to hire a part-time full-stack engineer to work on refining the Social Science Prediction Platform (SSPP). The engineer will work part-time (10-15 hrs/week) and start as soon as possible. Learn more and apply here.

General Internship Application (Rolling)

Are you excited to support innovative research exploring some of the world’s most important and neglected issues? Please use this form to register your interest in an internship with CEGA.

Opportunities in Open Science

Call for Papers: Registered Reports at the JDE

The Journal of Development Economics (JDE) now offers authors the opportunity to submit empirical research designs for review and approval before the results of the study are known. The pre-results review track is designed to award well-designed and well-executed studies regardless of whether their empirical results yield clear interpretations. Find author resources and learn more at jde-preresultsreview.org. Submit anytime!


Maintained by BITSS, MetaArXiv is an open access interdisciplinary archive of scholarly works focused on meta-science and improving research transparency and reproducibility. Submit anytime!

Open Science MOOC

The Open Science MOOC project is developing its curriculum and is considering recommendations from you! See what’s brewing and make suggestions here.

ReproducibiliTea Journal Club at UC Berkeley

BITSS is a founding partner of the UC Berkeley ReproducibiliTea Journal Club, one of over 137 ReproducibiliTea chapters worldwide, established to help build a local community of researchers, students, and staff who are interested in practicing and supporting transparent and reproducible science. Meetings take place on Zoom at 4-5 pm PT on the first Wednesday of each month. Register here to attend!