The Rural Policy Research Institute (RUPRI) Rural Poverty Research Center funds fellowships to support PhD dissertation research addressing the causes and impacts of poverty in rural areas of the United States or the policy options that might reduce poverty or its negative impacts. **Contact funder to determine the availability of this funding**
The purpose of this program is to enable PhD candidates enrolled at accredited institutions of higher learning to complete dissertations on issues related to rural poverty. Preference is given to those topics that have policy implications regarding poverty reduction and increased self-reliance in rural areas.
ELIGIBILITY: candidates must have completed their preliminary examinations for the Ph.D. before March 1 of the year applying. . We encourage applications from any academic discipline (sociology, economics, political science, geography, developmental psychology, for examples) that can provide insight into rural poverty issues. The fellowship is intended to be the principal source of support for PhD candidates during the writing of the dissertation.
Amount: Check funder
Deadline: Check deadline
Funder: Rural Poverty Research Center
Stage of Study:
Citizenship: International, U.S. Citizen