Details about PON Graduate Research Fellowships at Harvard University 2023
PON Graduate Research Fellowships at Harvard University 2023 is offered for PhD, Post Doc degree in the field of Negotiation and dispute resolution. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 08 Feb 2024. This scholarship is provided by Harvard University and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, $35,000 + other benefits . This scholarship is open for: Open to all nationals.
- Deadline: 08 Feb 2024
- Scholarship value: Partial Funding, $35,000 + other benefits
PON Graduate Research Fellowships offers support for dissertation research and writing for 1 year in negotiation and related topics in alternative dispute resolution.
Eligibility for the PON Graduate Research Fellowships:
- The fellowships give the opportunity to doctoral students who are writing their dissertations to be part of the PON community for one year.
- The candidates who enrolled in Ph.D. outside of the US can apply but should be in residence in the Cambridge community during the fellowship year.
- The doctoral candidates must have completed all degree requirements except for the dissertation.
- Doctoral students in the fields of international relations, psychology, economics, law, anthropology, public policy, urban planning, business, and sociology are encouraged to apply.
- A resume and a dissertation proposal were approved by the department.
- A description of the research proposal is not more than 15 pages and a cover letter indicating their plans to reside in Cambridge is they are accepted for the fellowship.
- A research budget indicating all expenses and possible sources of financial support must be submitted.
- Two recommendation letters out of which one should be from the faculty member supervising their research at the home university should be submitted.
- A stipend of $35,000.
- Communal workspace and related facilities at PON.
- Opportunity to present one’s research at Harvard.
- Library and other privileges at Harvard.