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Graduate Global Research Fellows

Info Session: Thursday, March 4, at 12:00 p.m.  


The Halle Institute for Global Research will offer up to six fellowships to support research outside the United States for Laney Graduate School PhD students in the pre-candidacy stage. The international research portion of the fellowship will be followed by participation in a grant writing and professionalization workshop organized by the Halle Institute for Global Research. 

Read more about eligibility requirements, proposal guidelines, and the review process.

Applications for the 2021 fellowships are open now and due April 1, 2021.

View list of past winners and project titles.

2020 Projects

georgia.png Georgia Brunner 
Cultivating a Nation: Gender and the Political Economies of Nationalism in Late Colonial Rwanda
peter.png  Peter Habib Syrian Navigation and Establishment of Systems of Refuge in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley
sarah.png Sarah Kovalaskas Between Group Competition and Within-group Cooperation in Wild Capuchins (​Cebus capucinus): a Behavioral and Physiological Investigation
brittany.png Brittany Landorf Sitting with Lella Manoubia: Gender, Sainthood, and Citizenship in Tunisian Modernity
Grad-Global-Fellows-Headshots.png Katharine Lindquist Middle Classness and Inequality in Urban Uganda
brigitte.png Brigitte Pfluger
ECoMiD (Enteropatógenos, Crecimiento, Microbioma, y Diarrea) Neurodevelopment and Behavioral Outcomes Pilot Project

2019 Projects

1.png Pearce Edwards Argentine Military Dictatorship
ian.png Ian Hennessee Impacts of a Clean Cookstove Intervention on Abundance of Insect Disease Vectors in Eastern Province, Rwanda
3.png Rosemary Kinuthia Impact of the Human Resources for Health on HIV Outcomes in Kenya
2.png Xorla Ocloo Sustainable Nutrient Recapture in Agro-ecosystems: Assessing the Feasibility of Azolla spp. as a Biofertilizer, Biofeed, and Biocontrol agent for Vectors of Human Pathogens in Northern Senegal