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Campbell Fellowship for Women
The Campbell Fellowship for Women is now open to suitable and qualified female candidates from developing countries with a low or intermediate incomes.
The application is only open to women from these regions each year, so if you’re interested, hurry and apply.
About the Campbell Fellowship for Women
The Campbell Foundation for women is aimed at offering a fellowship to female postdoctoral social scientists from developing nations who focuses on social and economic empowerment.
The program’s objectives are twofold: to advance the academic careers of female social scientists from developing countries, and to fund research that identifies causes of gender inequality in developing countries and proposes practical solutions for promoting women’s economic and social empowerment.
Criteria for Eligibility and Selection
Applicants must be nationals of developing nations that are eligible to borrow from the World Bank at the time of application.
Applicants must demonstrate their fluency in English, such as through a record of professional interaction in written and spoken English, to fully engage in the SAR intellectual community.
Applicants should be working on a project in one of the social sciences, such as political science, anthropology, economics, geography, education, history, law, psychology, social work, sociology, or linguistics, or in an interdisciplinary field combining two or more of these fields.
Description of the Scholarship
Award Provider: Vera R. Campbell Foundation.
Duration: Six Months
Level of Degree: Postdoctoral Fellowship for women
Number of Scholarships Available: Not Stated
How to apply: Applicants are required to visit the Scholarship Website https://sarweb.org/?resident_scholar_campbell_fellowship for more information on how to apply.
Value of Scholarship
The Campbell Fellow receives a $4,500 monthly salary, as well as accommodation and office space on the SAR campus, travel, shipping, and library resource funding, health insurance, and the support of a mentorship committee of accomplished scholar-practitioners.