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India

Maharashtra State Rural Livelihood Mission (MSRLM) Internship

The Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development will offer rising juniors or seniors and graduate students, with knowledge of statistical methods and data analysis, the opportunity to work at the Maharashtra State Rural Livelihoods Mission (MSRLM) in Navi Mumbai, India for four weeks (during July and/or August, yet to be determined) in the summer of 2018. The project will primarily involve using the data available in the MSRLM’s MIS to assess progress under the programme and chart the program’s growth.

Deadline: February 25, 2018 11:59 PM PST

Offered by Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development

  • Internship
  • Public Service
  • Research
Austria

Vienna International Christian-Islamic Summer University

The Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies and The Europe Center (TEC) are pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for Stanford University's nominees to the Vienna International Christian-Islamic Summer University. 

Deadline: March 1, 2018 11:59 PM PST

Offered by Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies, The Europe Center

  • Study Tour
China (PRC)

REAP Field Research Internship

The Center for Experimental Economics in Education (CEEE) is an impact evaluation organization that aims to inform sound education, health and nutrition policy in China. CEEE is a core partner of FSI’s Rural Education Action Program (REAP). Together, CEEE and REAP design and evaluate projects that aim to improve health and education in rural China, then communicate the results of these project evaluations to local and national government ministries within China.

Submissions are closed.

Offered by Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies

  • Internship
United States of America

Stanford Public Interest Network (SPIN) Round 2 Fellowship 2018-19

Through the Stanford Public Interest Network (SPIN) Fellowship, graduating seniors and coterms work in full-time, 10- to 12-month paid positions in nonprofit organizations and government agencies in the San Francisco Bay Area, with occasional placements in other cities throughout the United States.

Submissions are closed.

Offered by Haas Center for Public Service

  • Public Service
  • Other
Taiwan (ROC)

International Climate Development Institute (ICDI)

The International Climate Development Institute (ICDI) is a non-profit organization focused on the right of development under climate change impacts. By applying scientific and policy knowledge to issues of climate governance, this think tank engages in planning and implementation of national climate strategies. ICDI engages in Public-Private Partnerships (PPP), supporting local communities and vulnerable groups to build capacity and achieve climate-resilient and sustainable lives.

Submissions are closed.

Offered by Stanford Global Studies

  • Internship
  • Public Service
  • Research
  • Cardinal Quarter Eligible
Russia

Russian International Affairs Council

The Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) is a non-profit think tank which represents the Russian Community of Foreign Policy Experts. RIAC engages experts, statesmen and entrepreneurs in public discussions with an end to increase the efficiency of Russian Foreign Policy. Along with their research and analysis, the Russian Council is involved in educational activities to create a solid network of young global affairs and diplomacy experts.

Deadline: February 23, 2018 11:59 PM PST

Offered by Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies

  • Internship
Senegal

Socio-environmental Determinants of Schistosomiasis in Senegal

The Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development offers undergraduate students interested in global poverty and development the opportunity to work on faculty-led projects and gain fieldwork experience through the Summer Undergraduate Field Research Assistant Program.

Selected students spend up to 12 weeks in a low- or middle-income country conducting research for a Stanford faculty member or affiliate. Each research assistant receives a stipend to cover travel and living expenses.

Submissions are closed.

Offered by Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development

  • Research
United States of America

Spectrum Pilot Grants

This grant program works to stimulate innovative clinical and translational research and encourage collaborative, transdsciplinary work

Before completing this application, please decide which program area fits best with your project by reading the Request for Proposal here .

Amount and Period of Funding:

Submissions are closed.

Offered by Stanford Center for Clinical and Translational Research and Education

  • Research
Global

Social E Fellowship 2018 (updated)

Work in the social entrepreneurship arena with an established social entrepreneur as a mentor.

Submissions are closed.

Offered by Haas Center for Public Service

  • Internship
  • Public Service
  • Cardinal Quarter Eligible
Indonesia

Blasphemy Laws and Discrimination in Indonesia

The Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development offers undergraduate students interested in global poverty and development the opportunity to work on faculty-led projects and gain fieldwork experience through the Summer Undergraduate Field Research Assistant Program.

Selected students spend up to 12 weeks in a low- or middle-income country conducting research for a Stanford faculty member or affiliate. Each research assistant receives a stipend to cover travel and living expenses.

Submissions are closed.

Offered by Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development

  • Research
  • Cardinal Quarter Eligible

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