University of Washington School of Public Health
Fellowship Program, Gondar, Ethiopia - SCOPE
Closing Date: December 2, 2018
Posted: October 31, 2018
SCOPE graduate student Fellowship Program now accepting applications
Deadline: 11:59PM Sunday, December 2, 2018
Eligibility: Students enrolled in a graduate degree program at the University of Washington
Site: Gondar, Ethiopia
Funding: Up to $6,000
The SCOPE fellowship offers funding (up to $6000) for a 3-6 month field experience in Gondar, Ethiopia. Selected students will work with partners at the University of Gondar on maternal and child health programs that explore how partnerships with faith communities can be leveraged to improve health. SCOPE’s mission is to unite medical and faith communities to improve health for the most vulnerable through innovative partnerships, leadership development, and measured impact. Fellows from the University of Washington will be partnered with fellows and staff from the University of Gondar in Ethiopia on MNCH projects at sites in rural Gondar. Fellow deliverables may include protocol development, the development of data collection tools, quantitative analysis, and some qualitative analysis
SCOPE is seeking graduate student applicants to support its research portfolio. Fellows will assist the University of Gondar study team in the development and implementation of projects with direction from mentors in the College of Medicine and Health Sciences at the University of Gondar, the Department of Global Health at University of Washington, and professionals on the SCOPE Board of Trustees.
Additional Details:How to Apply:
Please review the attached application packet and the SCOPE website for more details on the SCOPE fellowship and how to apply. Contact Kate Pfizenmaier with any questions regarding the application at email@example.com .