Education and Human Development Scholars

September 17, 2015

The Education and Human Development Scholars Program, hosted by the Education and Human Development Incubator in Duke's Social Science Research Institute (SSRI), is looking for scholars for its 2016 cycle. 

The program provides doctoral students interested in education and human development research with stipends and research support, as well as a network of scholars and other graduate students to connect and collaborate with. First-time applicants must be in their second or third year of their doctoral studies and developing ideas for their dissertation. Scholars will participate in a monthly seminar where they will present their findings and connect with guest speakers. Participation in the program can make scholars eligible for further research support from Bass Connections.

Learn more about the Scholars program and Bass Connections in Education & Human Development