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fellowship

Fellowship Description

Ellertson Fellowship Sites
Eligibility
Ellertson Fellowship Flyer 2007 (PDF)


The fellowship includes independent and collaborative research, as well as work with advocacy organizations.

 

Each fellow works intensively with a mentor on her/his specific research projects. A fellowship site director provides general guidance and orientation to the fellowship site. Fellows work with their mentors to:

Each fellow receives an annual stipend between $50,000 and $55,000 (depending on the site), health benefits, and educational loan repayment assistance. Fellows may also apply for up to $15,000 per year to support individual research projects.

 

Ellertson Fellowship Sites

The Charlotte Ellertson Social Science Postdoctoral Fellowship in Abortion and Reproductive Health takes place at five sites in the United States:

Eligibility

The fellowship is open to US and international researchers who have received their doctorate (PhD, DPhil, DPH, DSc, or an equivalent social science degree) within the past five years and not later than September 1st, 2008. Researchers in all social science fields including anthropology, area studies, economics, demography, epidemiology, political science, psychology, public health, public policy, sociology, and women’s studies are eligible to apply.

 

Selection will be based on:

Applications from minority candidates are particularly encouraged.

 

Ellertson Fellowship Flyer 2007 (PDF)