UPDATE: “The Initiative is no longer accepting applications for its Global Health and Human Rights Fellowship. We will update this page when the application process reopens.”
The Global Health Fellowship is a full-time, residential fellowship for up to two full years. The role of the fellow will be to lead research or clinical projects on global health and human rights and may involve the supervision of Harvard Law School students on these projects. The work product of fellow-led projects can range from scholarly papers, manuscripts and monographs to direct involvement in policy or legal activities. The presence of the fellow will provide the support and continuity necessary for the Initiative to undertake complex, long-term projects.
Other responsibilities of the fellow may include the design and planning of an annual conference. Apart from overseeing student work, no other teaching responsibilities or opportunities are associated with this fellowship. The fellow will determine the scope and detail of his or her work in consultation with the directors of the Human Rights Program and Petrie-Flom Center.
Deadline: Check deadline
Funder: Harvard University
Stage of Study:
Citizenship: International, U.S. Citizen