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2019-2020 Graduate Student Fellowships 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.

Application submissions will be open on Jan 7, 2019 9:00 AM PST

Offered by Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development

  • Research
Global

The 2018-2019 Ronald I. McKinnon Memorial Fellowship

The Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development is pleased to offer undergraduate and graduate students, who will be writing a thesis or dissertation, the opportunity to apply for the Ronald I. McKinnon Memorial Fellowship.  The fellowship honors Stanford Professor McKinnon’s memory by funding outstanding undergraduate and graduate research projects in the areas of international economics, international finance, and economic development.

Application submissions will be open on Dec 1, 2018 9:00 AM PST

Offered by Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development

  • Research
Global

2018-2019 Graduate Student Research Funding

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

Stanford students working on projects without a field-based component but otherwise topically relevant, including historical work, may also apply.

Deadline: October 29th, 2018 11:59 PM PDT

Offered by Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development

  • Research
United States of America

Interdisciplinary Scholar Awards

The Stanford Neurosciences Institute Interdisciplinary Scholar Awards provide funding to extraordinary postdoctoral scientists at Stanford University engaging in highly interdisciplinary research in the neurosciences broadly defined. 

Deadline: September 4th, 2018 5:00 PM PDT

Offered by Stanford Neurosciences Institute

  • Research
  • Other
Global

CS+Social Good Summer Fellowship 2018 Round 2

The Haas Center and CS+Social Good (a student-led organization) have partnered to launch the CS+Social Good Summer Fellowship program.

Through the CS+Social Good Summer Fellowship, students will receive funding and support to design their own summer experience working with an organization using technology to address social issues, abroad or in the US. Students will have unique industry opportunities where they apply their skills for social change and gain valuable hands-on experience.

Submissions are closed.

Offered by CS+ Social Good, Haas Center for Public Service

  • Internship
  • Public Service
  • Cardinal Quarter Eligible
  • Design Your Own
United States of America

US Army Corps of Engineers Planning and Policy Internship

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) is undergoing an agency-wide transformation to solve complex water resources challenges while providing the public with flood risk, restoration, and navigation benefits, using less time and funding than in the past.  To achieve this, the Corps is changing how it identifies, manages, and communicates risk.  The Corps will soon begin multiple new “no fail” studies that will need to be more transparent in how they identify and describe risk – decision risks, outcome risks, quality risks.

Submissions are closed.

Offered by Bill Lane Center for the American West

  • Internship
  • Public Service
  • Cardinal Quarter Eligible
China (PRC)

2018 GEI-ZJU Internship at Alibaba and IBM Research China

The Stanford School of Engineering offers Global Engineering Programs (GEP) that are designed to enhance engineering education by providing students with opportunities to have an immersive experience in a culturally diverse and international environment. We do this, in part, because we understand that engineers are expected to work globally and we want to prepare our students appropriately.

Submissions are closed.

Offered by Global Engineering Programs

  • Internship
Global

Engineering in Service Fellowship (Graduate Students) 2018

Engineering in Service International Fellows have the opportunity to spend a summer working full time with a supervisor/mentor in an international organization of their choice. This application is for graduate students only, for undergraduates please see the appropriate application.

 

Overview of Responsibilities

Submissions are closed.

Offered by Global Engineering Programs, Haas Center for Public Service

  • Public Service
  • Design Your Own
United States of America

Haas Fellowships Round 2

With Round 2 fellowships, students engage in domestic service that connects with academic learning and helps them explore career interests.

Applicants must propose their own placements with organizations with which they have corresponded before the application deadline and effectively demonstrate that their intended partner organization has the need, interest, and capacity to work with an intern/fellow and to support the proposed work plan.

Submissions are closed.

Offered by Haas Center for Public Service

  • Internship
  • Public Service
  • Cardinal Quarter Eligible
  • Design Your Own
Global

FSI Conference Grant

FSI offers conference travel grants of up to $500, for students who are presenting at a conference related to international studies and policy. ​

Terms:

Submissions are closed.

Offered by Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies

  • Research
  • Design Your Own

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