The Museum of Comparative Zoology (MCZ) at Harvard University periodically awards travel grants for research in animal systematics, known as the Ernst Mayr Grants. The principal objective of these grants is to stimulate taxonomic work on neglected taxa. These include taxa with numerous poorly described species; genera and families known to have many undescribed species […]
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Post-Doctoral Positions are available on molecular and cellular biology: ***Check website for current opportunities.***
Post-doctoral Fellowship to support a fellow who does research related to Taiwan in any discipline: Priority will be given to those candidates who have had no previous post-doctoral fellowships. Candidates must be able to provide evidence of successful completion of their Ph.D. degree by June 1 of the application year, and may not be more […]
Fellows-in-Residency program will bring together Fellows to work closely over the course of the year on pressing issues in ethics. Post-doctoral fellows will be paid according to a salary structure that is based on number of years of postdoctoral experience ranging from $42,000 to $53,000.
Themes of the fellowship change from year to year. Applicants may not be degree candidates and should have a Ph.D. or equivalent. Fellows are University members with library access, and receive a private office which they must use for at least the nine-month academic year. Stipends are individually determined in accordance with each fellow’s needs […]
Environmental Fellows will work for two years with Harvard faculty members in any school or department to create new knowledge while also strengthening connections across the University’s academic disciplines.
The Mary Fieser Postdoctoral Fellowship Program is designed to support a fellow in Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Harvard University. The program seeks to support women and groups that are historically underrepresented in science and others whose background, experiences and research interests will contribute to academic diversity in CCB. The applicant should identify a faculty […]
The Newcomen-Harvard Special Award is given every volume year to the best article in the Business History Review written by a graduate student or recent Ph.D. who has not yet published a book in the field of business history. Winners receive a cash prize of $500 and a scroll from the Newcomen Society of the […]
Belfer Center fellows research a wide variety of topics, ranging from security issues such as nuclear proliferation and terrorism, to climate change and energy policy.
The fellow provides research support in statistical methods and analysis to the faculty of Harvard Law school in exchange for mentoring from faculty members, a stipend, research budget, travel funds, and benefits.