The James M. and Cathleen D. Stone PhD Scholars
in Inequality and Wealth Concentration
The Stone Program invites applications for the 2022-2023 Stone Scholar Fellowships, which are funded fellowship opportunities for current Harvard PhD students in the social sciences who will advance a new generation of research on inequality, wealth concentration, and mobility.
The fellowships provide a $34,000 dissertation research stipend, held in reserve until the dissertation stage (generally G-4 year).
Friday, June 10, 2022 (5 pm)
Harvard PhD students in the social sciences now completing their first or second year of doctoral study (G-1 or G-2). Students from Harvard’s PhD programs in African and African-American Studies, Economics, Education, Government, Health Policy, Political Economy and Government, Psychology, Public Policy, Sociology, Social Policy, or in a related doctoral program with a focus on social science or policy research are eligible to apply.
- Application form (3 pages)
- Research statement (1000-1200 words)
- An updated curriculum vitae
- Unofficial transcript
- Recommendation #1 waiver form
- Recommendation #2 waiver form
PLUS two recommendation letters - (To be submitted directly by faculty member)
To be sent by recommenders to email@example.com. Those writing on behalf of multiple students may submit a single letter that briefly evaluates each student in turn. See waiver form for details.
- Applicants must disclose other sources of funding, including external funding. Fellowship recipients cannot pair full funding from other sources at the same time that they receive their dissertation-stage stipend, but can be eligible to receive a stipend amount reduced by the total amount of another award taken concurrently.
Questions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.