Have you discovered the women-camp bell fellowship that has developed several women in these recent times.
Are you a woman? Do you wish to further your studies as a woman? This opportunity suits your personality. This opportunity was given by set of people that came together and decided to make a name for the women and to give them an upper hand in the society. As a woman this opportunity will be very good for you and do not allow it to get past you!
In this article, I’ll be showing you an overview of the Campbell fellowship for women scholar practitioners from developing Nations, qualification to apply for the scholarship opportunity, countries that are eligible for the scholarship, courses that can be studied in a scholarship program, and how to apply for the scholarship program.
- 1 An Overview of Campbell Fellowship for Women Scholar-Practitioners from Developing Nations
- 2 Qualification for the application of the scholarship opportunity
- 3 Countries that are Eligible for the Scholarship
- 4 Courses that can be studied in this Campbell Fellowship for Women-scholar practitioners from developing Nations.
- 5 How to apply for Campbell Fellowship for Women-scholar practitioners from developing Nations.
- 6 Deadline for the application process of Campbell fellowship for women scholar practitioners from developing nations
An Overview of Campbell Fellowship for Women Scholar-Practitioners from Developing Nations
The school for advanced research (SAR), is delighted to announce a new Campbell fellowship for women scholar practitioners from developing Nations and this is made possible with a generous three-year Grant from the new SAR board member Vera R. Campbell’s family foundation. The camp bell fellowship will take responsibility for a female social scientist, from a developing nation is that pre- or post-doctoral. Whose work address is women’s economic and social empowerment in that nation.
The fellowship has two goals: to advance the scholarly career of women’s social scientist from developing world and and to support researches brings to display the causes of gender inequality and in developing world and that enhances practical solution for promoting women’s economic and social empowerment.
In addition to a stipend of $4,500/monthly and housing and office space on the SAR campus, the Campbell recipient receives travel, shipping and library resource funds health insurance; and the support of a mentoring committee of successful scholar-practitioners.
Qualification for the application of the scholarship opportunity
- You may not be a US citizen or permanent resident, you must be a national of a developing country that is presently eligible to borrow from the world Bank.
- You should be pursuing research one of the social sciences; anthropology, economics, education, geography, history, law, linguistics, political science, psychology, or social work or sociology or in an interdisciplinary field that incorporates two or more of these disciplines.
- Project that identify causes of and/or solutions to gender in equity in the developing world and contributes to the women’s social and economic empowerment will be recognized. Sample topics include education and socialization of girls; globalisation and the economic status of women; policies and practices toward family reproduction and women’s health; impacts of international and civil conflict and women; women’s roles in resolving such conflict or sustaining civil society; Media representations of women and the formation of ideologies of gender; the practice and process of gender-based development; and women in science and technology. SAR will select fellows on the strength of that clearly stated intention to serve their communities and countries of origin.
- In order to facilitate full engagement in the SAR intellectual community, you must demonstrate your fluency in English such as through their record of professional interaction in written and spoken English.
Please note that scholars who are women are eligible to apply for the Campbell Fellowship for Women Scholar-Practitioners for Developing Countries regardless of what country come from. However, the school of advanced research would give high preference to applicants who are from developing countries.
If you wish to apply for the Campbell Fellowship, youare expected to put all necessary documents together before applying for the form.
Countries that are Eligible for the Scholarship
- Burkina Faso
- Cabo Verde
- The central African Republic
- Côte d’Ivoire
- The Gambia
- Sierra Leone
- South Sudan
Courses that can be studied in this Campbell Fellowship for Women-scholar practitioners from developing Nations.
You would only be eligible for the Campbell Fellowship for Women Scholar-Practitioners, if by the set closing date you have already completed your Doctorate study in any of the fields listed below, or undergone an interdisciplinary department that combines two or more of the fields below;
- Doctorate in Anthropology
- Doctorate in Economics
- Doctorate in Geography
- Doctorate in History
- Doctorate in Law
- Doctorate in Political Science
- Doctorate in Psychology
- Doctorate in Sociology
How to apply for Campbell Fellowship for Women-scholar practitioners from developing Nations.
if you’re interested and you wish to apply for the scholarship, you should take note of the following points below;
- You should assess the application form at https://sarweb.org/?resident_scholar_campbell_fellowship and fill in your personal information correctly.
- You must submit an essay not less or more than 150 words that talk about you your purpose, your goals and reasons why you choose that particular research project to work on as a school of advanced research.
- You must also upload a proposal as part of the application requirements. Your proposal must not be more than four pages with a double space the best explains what applicants hope to accomplish during their time at Campbell Fellowship. The proposal should contain how far you have gone in research work and the importance of research.
- You are also expected to submit a short record that list out references, used by you in your written research proposal which must not be more than one page with a single space.
- You must submit an updated CV is not more or less than 4 single-spaced pages as part of the application process for the Campbell fellowship for women scholar practitioners from developing countries.
- You must also submit or upload 3 letters of recommendation which must not be more or less than 2 single spaced.
- Please note that you are expected by the school of advanced research to upload all 3 letters of recommendation before November 1st.
Deadline for the application process of Campbell fellowship for women scholar practitioners from developing nations
The application ends November 1st, every year in: USA Scholarship for undergraduate degree, scholarship for master’s degree or scholarship for PhD degree.
If you want to know more about these information, click on this link http://sarweb.org/index.php?resident_scholar_campbell_fellowship
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