Carvalho International Research Fellowship
The Government Accountability Project (GAP) is pleased to announce the application for the Carvalho International Research Fellowship for international applicants to be taken at the United States of America. The fellowship is a three-month program and is aimed at research issues related to corruption and/or illegality and whistleblowing at the international level. The fellow will receive funding from Government Accountability Project to carry out research on international corruption and whistleblowing. The work proposed for the Government Accountability Project Fellowship may focus on one of these topics or on another issues related to wrong doing. Whistleblowing and reprisal in an international context.
Fellowship Eligibility and Selection Criteria: To be eligible for the Carvalho International Research Fellowship at the United States, applicants are to meet the following criteria:
1. Applicants must be faculty member with a current teaching/research position at a college or university in the social sciences, who will conduct quantitative and/or qualitative research on the topics.
2. Applicants must possess prior research or work experience related to transparency and accountability.
3. Applicants for the Carvalho International Research Fellowship must show strong leadership and research skills and be able to interact with people of diverse culture, religion and race.
Applicants must possess relevant qualification in the social sciences and related field with minimum of a postgraduate degree from a recognized institution.
4. Applicants must be willing to abide by the guidelines governing the conducts of fellows of the Carvalho International Research Fellowship.
Age minimum or maximum:*
Open to international students:
Required to demonstrate financial need:
Demographic Information (preferred or required):
$5,000 to $24,999
Date application is available:
USC endorsement required:
Government Accountability Project
Chief of Staff / Chief Operating Officer