Pepper Institute Offers Fellowship
The Claude Pepper Center and Pepper Institute on Aging and Public Policy invites applications for the 2017-2018 Claude and Mildred Pepper Dissertation Fellowship.
The award provides up to $25,000 to cover tuition, health insurance, and a bi-weekly stipend for two semesters.
The recipient must be enrolled full-time during the duration of the award (i.e., at least 9 hours in fall or spring; at least 6 hours in summer). Eligible applicants are doctoral candidates with plans to conduct dissertation research on a topic related to aging and public policy.
The fellowship recipient will provide a research presentation at the Pepper Center and, at the end of the award period, submit a report summarizing the work.
Any publications and presentations resulting from this research should acknowledge the support provided by the Pepper Institute and Claude Pepper Center.
Applicants should submit the following materials:
1. a description of the dissertation project and timetable (approximately 5 pages total)
2. a cover letter that includes a statement of how the research contributes to our understanding of the social aspects of aging and their policy implications
4. a nomination letter from major professor
All materials should be sent by May 1, 2017, via email to Dr. Anne Barrett, Director of Pepper Institute on Aging and Public Policy, at