The Campbell Fellowship for Women is now available for eligible and qualified female candidates from low or middle income countries that is the Developing Countries. The application opens each year and exclusively accessible by women from these region, so hurry and apply if you are interested.
About the Campbell Fellowship for Women Scholar-Practitioners from Developing Countries
The Vera R. Campbell Foundation funded Fellowship is offered for female postdoctoral social scientist from a developing country whose work addresses women’s economic and social empowerment in that nation. The goal of the program is twofold: to advance the scholarly careers of women social scientists from the developing world, and to support research that identifies causes of gender inequity in the developing world and that proposes practical solutions for promoting women’s economic and social empowerment.
Eligibility and Selection Criteria for Women Scholar-Practitioners from Developing Countries
Applicants must be citizens of developing countries that are currently eligible to borrow from the World Bank.
To facilitate full engagement in the SAR intellectual community, applicants must display their fluency in English, such as through their record of professional interaction in written and spoken English.
Applicants should be pursuing research in one of the social sciences: anthropology, economics, education, geography, history, law, linguistics, political science, psychology, social work, or sociology, or in an interdisciplinary field that incorporates two or more of these disciplines.
Description of the Scholarship
Provider of Awards: Vera R. Campbell Foundation.
Duration of Scholarship: Six Months
Degree Level: Postdoctoral Fellowship for women
Number of Scholarships Available: Not Stated
How to apply: Applicants are required to visit the Scholarship Website for more information on how to apply.
Value of Scholarship
In addition to a $4,500/month stipend and housing and office space on the SAR campus, the Campbell Fellow receives travel, shipping, and library resource funds; health insurance; and the support of a mentoring committee of established scholar-practitioners.