Overview

The Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies is now accepting applications for its postdoctoral training programs, designed for researchers and practitioners in the broad field of population sciences. Fellows conduct self-directed research and writing under the mentorship of Harvard faculty members. Both the David E. Bell Fellowship Program and the Mortimer Spiegelman Fellowship in Demographic Studies include weekly seminars, leadership skill building and career dev workshops, and communications/media skills training. We offer competitive salaries, benefits, and research/travel funds. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, November 30, 2022 with fellows beginning their employment on September 1, 2023. Program and application information can be found at https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/population-development/

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About Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies

The Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies’ mission is to improve well-being around the world by better understanding the interaction of demographic changes with social and economic development. Our goal is to produce population-based evidence that will better inform policies needed to create healthy and vital societies.

We strive to conduct research, dissemination and public engagement that will enable societies to be more responsive to demographic transitions in terms of policies and culture change. To that end, in broad strokes, our areas of primary interest are:

Social & Environmental Determinants of Population Health
Aging Societies
Social and Family Demography
Work & Well-being