The Lab for Economic Applications and Policy is to facilitate research related to government policy, with the ultimate aim of injecting scientific evidence into policy debates.
The Weiss Fund for research in development economics is interested in supporting research by undergraduates, graduate students and junior faculty at Harvard, MIT, Boston University, University of California, Berkeley, Stanford University, and Northwestern University working in development economics, broadly defined. Projects may address a wide range of issues that affect less developed countries.
Supports research and study in Asia for students and faculty, as well as the activities of Asia-focused student organizations.
Offers research fellowships during the academic year to individuals who wish to devote their time to research and writing in the fields of science and international affairs.
Support preliminary explorations of significant environmental issues that show promise for further scholarship.
Supports research and seminars relating to international development.
Covers travel expenses and a stipend for a group of scholars from around the world to gather at Harvard to engage in full-time research in a designated subject area in Judaica.
Supports Harvard faculty research, teaching, and professional activities relating to Latin America.
Supports individual research and sponsored research programs on Russia and the nations and countries that surround it.
Provides fellowships in ethics, addressing fundamental problems of ethics in a way that is of practical benefit to institutions of government and to society generally.
Provides fellowships to to advance research in the field of press, politics and public policy; provide an opportunity for reflection; facilitate a dialogue among scholars, journalists and policymakers; and create a vibrant and long-lasting community.
Supports studies of a medical, geographical, historical, or scientific nature, which must be either in the interests of promoting the physical and material welfare of the human race, or of investigating and determining the value and importance of a discovery or invention.
These awards are intended to support faculty members who want to examine MBB-related issues through interdisciplinary research, education, or experiences.
Creates opportunities for graduate and undergraduate to collaborate directly with faculty in the creation of and use of digital teaching materials with immediate uses in courses.
Provides seed funding to faculty members at any Harvard school to support the development of creative and significant academic experiences abroad for Harvard College students.
The Provost's Office is in the process of evaluating the program and expects to provide updated information by late January 2013.
Supports artists and scholars who have both exceptional promise and demonstrated accomplishments.
The purpose of the fellowship is to enable the fellow to complete a major piece of writing in the field of legal history.
Provides fellowships and grants for undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral scholars. Undergraduate and graduate fellowships and grants allow students to gain first-hand knowledge of Japan, practice language skills and conduct research. Postdoctoral fellowships provide scholars with exceptional promise an opportunity to transform dissertations into publishable manuscripts.
Supports research that deepens the understanding of the forces, both domestic and international, that are transforming many countries as well as the international system.