Featured External Awards External awards are nationally and internationally competitive fellowships and scholarships for students to help pursue their academic interests or passions in more depth. Some offer opportunities to pursue research while others may provide funding for graduate education. The program encourages timely completion of the PhD.
Allison has over 10 years of experience designing programs and policies and conducting evaluations on a range of social issues, including neighborhood revitalization, childhood asthma education, and behavioral health care ethics. Allison is a former ideas42 alumna, having left the organization to spend two years leading community initiatives and investments at the United Way of Greater New Bedford in Massachusetts.
In her early work at ideas42, Allison led projects in city governments, health care, and post-secondary education. Her research interests lie in the area of development economics, with an emphasis on issues related to the psychology of poverty, gender and political economy.
Her ongoing projects on poverty focus on its impact on cognitive abilities, decision-making and aspirations.
She has also been working on political economy issues related to public good outcomes in India, including the division of authority between politicians and bureaucrats and the impact of female political representation. She is currently a consultant to the World Bank on projects related to politics, gender and development.
He has extensive experience converting innovative, evidence-based ideas from behavioral economics and behavioral science into real solutions within financial health and global health.
He has led the design, testing and scaling of interventions internationally and within the United States that have impacted the lives of millions of people. Before joining ideas42, Andrew was a William J. Clinton Fellow serving in India with the Office of the Prime Minister on issues of professional skills development, and with a social enterprise on issues of public health and agriculture.
Prior to that, Andrew worked in conservation biology and primatology, serving first as a researcher for the Galapagos Islands National Park and then as a director for a primatology research initiative in Equatorial Guinea, as well as an expedition leader for National Geographic Society.
Andrew is currently a Research Lead at Facebook.Alan Graham is the president, CEO, and founder of Mobile Loaves & Fishes, a social profit enterprise that delivers meals and provides homes to homeless people on the streets of Austin, San Antonio, New Orleans, Nashville, Minneapolis, Providence, and New Bedford.
Dissertation Fellowship. the Whiting Dissertation Fellowship recognized excellence in humanities scholarship by helping to launch the careers of outstanding graduate students.
Recipients of the Fellowship, given at Bryn Mawr, the University of Chicago, Columbia, Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, and Yale, have gone on to make important. Pre-Dissertation Fellowship from the Council for European Studies at Columbia University: Julia Langbein IHR Mellon Pre-dissertation Fellowship: Iva Olah Fulbright U.S.
Student Program Fellowship: Michael Tymkiw. dissertations [at] initiativeblog.com Dissertation Toolkit.
Guidelines & Resources Fellowships & Awards Travel Fellowships provide funding for international travel that is necessary for the completion of the dissertation. Lindt Dissertation Fellowship. A SUCCESS STORY. This website accompanies The Science Coalition’s Sparking Economic Growth reports.
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