Provides outstanding American minority scholars and other scholars who are members of a group that is underrepresented in the social sciences the opportunity to spend a year or two conducting research and pursuing extensive training in residence at the National Poverty Center at the Gerald Ford School of Public Policy. Research themes include, Economic Self-sufficiency and the Wellbeing of Vulnerable Families; the effect of Economic Conditions and Public Policies on Poverty and Family Well-being; Longitudinal Analysis of Youth Development; Family Formation and Healthy Marriages; Safety, Stability and Healthy Development of Children; Investing in Low-Income Families: The Accumulation of Financial Assets and Human Capital; Qualitative Research on Barriers to Self-Sufficiency.
Applications are commonly due in early January. Visit funder website for details.
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Funder: Gerald R. Ford Foundation
Stage of Study:
Citizenship: U.S. Citizen