Are you an early-career African social scientist? Then you should apply for the Center for Effective Global Action (CEGA) Non Resident Fellowship 2021.
Selected researchers will have a chance to remotely audit courses at Berkeley or other universities, develop skills in impact evaluation, and have access to a personalized mentorship program to develop their research ideas.
Application Deadline: June 21, 2021
The opportunity is open to :
Applicants must :
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The CEGA Non-Resident Fellowship seeks to equip early career African social scientists with the skills needed to carry out rigorous evaluations of economic development programs. Selected researchers will have a chance to remotely audit courses at Berkeley or other universities, develop skills in impact evaluation, and have access to a personalized mentorship program to develop their research ideas.
Each non-resident fellow will be paired with a faculty mentor affiliated with the Center for Effective Global Action (CEGA), a research center based at UC Berkeley. A list of CEGA faculty affiliates is available online. CEGA staff and PhD students will provide additional mentorship during the fellowship.
CEGA Non-Resident Fellows will be engaged remotely for 12weeks, at about 15-20 hours per week. Fellows will receive a stipend to support their internet data costs and their time spent on the fellowship.
CEGA non-resident Fellows will be considered a member of the East Africa Social Science Translation Collaborative(EASST) network. They will also be invited to join the Network of Impact Evaluation Researchers in Africa(NIERA), an association of African scholars seeking to advance decision-focused impact evaluation of development programs through capacity building, evidence generation and policy outreach. Through these networks fellows will have access to annual research grant competitions, online and in-person convenings, training workshops, and more.
Successful candidates must:
Opt-out at any time. No strings attached.