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ISSBD-JJF Mentored Fellowships for Early Career Scholars

The ISSBD and the Jacobs Foundation share an interest in developing the careers of early career scholars from all parts of the world, including currency-restricted countries, and have established a fellowship program for this purpose. The target groups are students who intend to pursue a doctorate in developmental research, or who have recently enrolled in a doctoral program at their home institution. The ISSBD-JJF Fellowship includes mentorship, financial assistance, and opportunities for travel to further develop students’ research skills. In particular, it provides: (a) transnational mentorship by ISSBD members who will work in partnership with the students’ local supervisor; (b) a monthly stipend of up to US$ 1500, depending on living expenses in the country of residence; and (c) the opportunity to apply for additional travel grants to facilitate institutional exchange. The language for mentoring is English. Half of the fellowships are reserved for students from currency-restricted countries.

Current ISSBD-JJF Fellows

  • Lavinia Elena DAMIAN, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania
  • Rafael Vera Cruz de CARVALHO, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Given HAPUNDA, Tilburg University, The Netherlands/The University of Zambia, Lusaka
  • Jenny ORTIZ MUÑOZ, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil/National University of Colombia, Bogota
  • Yang YANG, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA/China
  • Jennifer MORACK, The Pennsylvania State University, USA
  • Sara Amalie THOMMESSEN O´TOOLE, City University London, UK/Denmark
  • Rukmen SEHMI, University of London, UK
  • Marit Inger SLAGT, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
  • Jessica Elizabeth TEARNE, The University of Western Australia

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