Fellowships

Edward M. Gramlich Fellowship in Community and Economic Development (for Harvard Graduate Students)

The Edward M. Gramlich Fellowship in Community and Economic Development is a summer fellowship that gives graduate students from any of Harvard's schools and programs opportunities to work with NeighborWorks® America to identify, research and present promising approaches for addressing key challenges related to affordable housing and community development.

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John R. Meyer Dissertation Fellowship (for Harvard Doctoral Students)

The John R. Meyer Dissertation Fellowship is an annual fellowship that provides financial and other support for Harvard doctoral students writing theses on a housing-related topic consistent with the Center's research agenda.

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Grants

Summer Fellowships in Housing & Community Development (for HKS Students)

The Joint Center's summer fellowship in Housing and Community Development gives HKS students the opportunity to work with, and learn from, non-profit and public entities in the United States that are working on issues related to housing and community development.

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Student Research Support Program (for Harvard Faculty and Graduate Students)

The Joint Center's Student Research Support Program (SRSP) provides grants of up to $5,000 for Harvard graduate students working with faculty members on research, courses, and other projects related to housing, community development, and other urban issues.

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Prizes

Thesis, PAE, and SYPA Travel and Research Grants (for GSD and HKS Students)

Our Thesis, PAE, and SYPA Travel and Research Grants provide funding to help offset travel and other research-related expenses for GSD students writing or preparing a master’s thesis and HKS students writing or preparing a Policy Analysis Exercise (PAE) or Second Year Policy Analysis (SYPA) on a topic related to housing or community development.

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