The Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the Harvard Kennedy School will offer one postdoctoral fellowship in the field of China energy policy to recent PhDs of exceptional promise.
The Ash Center's Democracy Fellowships program aims to support doctoral and post-doctoral scholars in research related to democratic governance. This two-year academic fellowship is for students with completed dissertations in the fields of political theory, political philosophy, sociology, political science, law, or history. MoreĀ»
The Ash Center awards dissertation research fellowships to HKS Ph.D. candidates or other Harvard University students in related fields. Proposals on issues of democracy in āhard placesā; citizen participation; government innovations at the regional and local level, and questions specific to South-East Asia are especially encouraged. MoreĀ»
The Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government (HKS) invites social scientists affiliated with universities in the Arab world to submit applications for a fellowship in Fall 2015. More>>
Faculty, doctoral, and postdoctoral students serve as Democracy Visiting Fellows for varying tenures throughout the academic year at the Ash Center. The Center supports academic scholarship focused on its core research areas, including innovations in public participation and political participation in non-democracies. MoreĀ»
Established in 1998, the New World Fellows Program encourages the next generation of prominent Chinese leaders to develop their professional skills and interact with international leaders of similar seniority and experience, as well as distinguished Harvard faculty, before returning to their positions of responsibility in the Chinese government. MoreĀ»
The Transparency for Development project seeks between two and four talented and eager ethnographic predoctoral scholars to conduct case studies of health information and social action interventions in Tanzania and Indonesia. More>>