SRCD U.S. Policy Fellowship Programs
SRCD offers two policy fellowship programs: Federal and State. Both offer immersive opportunities for researchers to learn about policy development, implementation, and evaluation, and how to use developmental science to inform public policy at either the federal or state level in the United States.
We are now accepting applications for the 2020-2021 U.S. Policy Fellowship Programs. All applications and letters of intent are due by January 3, 2020, 11:59 PM Eastern.
Early Career Interdisciplinary Scholars Fellowship Program
The Early Career Interdisciplinary Scholars Fellowship is a pilot program established and organized by SRCD’s Interdisciplinary Committee with a mission to connect interdisciplinary and psychology/human development scholars, providing a forum in which scientists of various disciplines can share research and interdisciplinary scientific methods.
AERA-SRCD Early Career Research Fellowship in Middle Childhood Education and Development
This fellowship provides a 2-year collaborative opportunity for early career scholars to participate in a research network focused on middle childhood education and development. The purpose of this initiative is to build an early career cohort of scholars with integrative interests and expertise at the nexus of child development and formal/informal education and learning in their broader social context.