EASST Visiting Scholar Fellowship for East African Students, 2012 USA

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Visiting Research Fellowship in the field of social science for the applicants of East African( Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, or Rwanda) at University of California or Stanford, 2012 USA

Study Subject(s):Economics, statistics, epidemiology/public health, or other social science discipline
Course Level:Research Visiting Fellowship
Scholarship Provider: The East Africa Social Science Translation (EASST) Collaborative
Scholarship can be taken at: USA

Eligibility:
•Be a resident of an East African country participating in EASST (i.e. Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, or Rwanda);
•Have a PhD or Masters (completed within the last 5 years), or be enrolled in a doctoral program, in economics, statistics, epidemiology/public health, or other social science discipline;
•Have conducted an impact evaluation study (either randomized or quasi-experimental), or have an interest in micro-level data collection and quantitative analysis;

Scholarship Open for International Students: Yes

Scholarship Open for Students of Following Countries: Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, or Rwanda

Scholarship Description: The East Africa Social Science Translation (EASST) Collaborative invites economic, public health and other social science researchers and students from East Africa to apply for the 2012 Visiting Scholar Fellowship. The three-month fellowship will be based at a CEGA-network campus (University of California or Stanford), and can be spent auditing courses, presenting recent work, attending seminars, developing curricula, and designing collaborative research projects. Upon completing the fellowship, the candidate is expected to return to a university or research institute in East Africa and assume a leading role in the global effort on impact evaluation for economic development.

How to Apply: Electronically

Scholarship Application Deadline: 18 June 2012

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