"Encouraging Continued Research and Training of PSC Graduates"
Prof. Albert Hermalin with 2002 Hermalin Scholar, Leticia Marteleto. Dr. Marteleto's research has focused on "The Demographic Transition and Children's Schooling in Brazil."
Purpose: The Hermalin Scholars Fund will address the need for continuing education and new interactions between demography and other fields through the following programs:
Eligibility: Priority for fellowships will be given to Ph.D. alumni of the Population Studies Center, with preference for those with positions in developing countries. Demographers from developing countries who are not alumni, but who are collaborating with PSC/ISR researchers will also be eligible as funds permit.
Support: The Fund will promote continuing education, international collaboration, and interdisciplinary research and training through the use of short-term postdoctoral fellowships, collaborative visits, and expert residencies at the Population Studies Center.
Application Procedure: Small Grant RFAs are generally issued in December. To streamline the process of applying for PSC's six endowment funds, we use a single Small Grants Application Form for all funds. The PSC Advisory Committee evaluates all proposed activities and determines the most appropriate funding source for those accepted. The Guidelines for PSC Small Grants provides additional information on each fund. You may also consult a list of funded activities in prior years.
|Call for Apps||Apps Due||Awards Made||Grants Begin|
|Dec 15||Jan 21||Feb 10||March 1|
Prem B. Bhandari. Data Dissemination and Data Analysis Workshop in Nepal. 2013-.
Narayan Sastry. India Travel Grant to Develop a New Research Collaboration. 2013-2014.
Prem B. Bhandari, and Dirgha Ghimire. Data Dissemination and Data Analysis Workshop in Nepal. 2011-2012.
Arland Thornton. Developmental Idealism. 2011-2012.
Arland Thornton. Developmental Idealism Workshop. 2010-2011.
Dirgha Ghimire. Small Grant to Enhance Social Science Research Capacity in Nepal. 2009-2010.