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The Deshpande Foundation Sandbox in Hubli (Karnataka), India

Offered by Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development

An opportunity to work with and conduct research in a leading innovation center engaged in improving lives in Karnataka, India. The focus is on conducting research on a new project intended to improve English skills for 6th to 9th grade students.

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MakerGhat: Community-Driven Incubator for Underserved, Urban Youth

Offered by Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development

MakerGhat provides students from under-resourced neighborhoods highly subsidized access to a staffed makerspace where they can engage with cutting-edge hardware and software across diverse engineering and emerging technology domains.

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Public Service
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The 2018-2019 Ronald I. McKinnon Memorial Fellowship

Offered by Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development

This fellowship honors Stanford Professor Ronald McKinnon’s memory by funding outstanding undergraduate and graduate research projects in the areas of international economics, international finance, and economic development.

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2019-2020 Graduate Student Fellowships on Global Poverty and Development

Offered by Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development

The Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development offers graduate student fellowships for the 2019-2020 academic year that provide up to three quarters of fellowship support in the form of tuition and a graduate student stipend to qualified Stanford student applicants (PhD students with TGR status) pursuing dissertation research on topics related to global poverty and development.

Most funding is reserved for Stanford graduate students in their final year who are completing their dissertations.

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2018-2019 Graduate Student Research Funding

Offered by Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development

Graduate Student Research Funding supports faculty-supervised Stanford doctoral student research activities, particularly field-based work on global poverty and economic development in middle- and low-income countries. 

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