The Women and Public Policy Program at Harvard University Kennedy School of Government is now accepting fellowship applications for 2014-2015. These non-stipendiary fellowships are offered to scholars conducting gender-related research in one of WAPPP's four focal areas: economic opportunity, political participation, health, and education.
By conducting research, engaging with faculty and students, and participating in the WAPPP Seminars, the fellows enrich the intellectual life of the center. In past years, the fellowship program has brought together a diverse set of people from academic and professional fields, and supported their studies related to gender. The mission of the fellowship is to support and advance academic and practitioner scholars in their gender-related research.
We welcome applications from both academics and practitioner scholars who have expertise in gender within their field of study or work. For more information about the fellowship and application process, please visit our website.
Applications must be received by WAPPP no later than February 14, 2014 for a fellowship beginning September 2014.