Applications Now Open for 2017 Graduate Student Programming

Participants in the 2015 Graduate Student Fellowship and Workshop discuss their research.

The Tobin Project is now accepting applications for two programs: the Graduate Fellowship and Workshop and the Prospectus Development Workshop.

For the Graduate Fellowship and Workshop, we seek applications from doctoral and professional students currently undertaking research on real-world problems related to the Tobin Project’s core research areas. The program will support students with small research grants and a two-day workshop in which students can share and develop their research-in-progress with the Tobin Project staff and other fellowship recipients. We are especially interested in supporting innovative, interdisciplinary research that addresses major challenges facing society.

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For the Prospectus Development Workshop, we seek applications from doctoral students who are currently developing research questions and aiming to produce high-impact social science research related to the Tobin Project’s core research areas. The Workshop brings together a small group of graduate students in the early stages of research development as well as Tobin staff and discussants from the Tobin network for a weekend of critical and creative discussion. The workshop will be focused on criteria for developing high-impact research questions, and each participant will have the opportunity to present his or her research question for feedback.

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Both programs have a February 25 application deadline.