Summer Research Fellowship for Grad Students on Cost of Attendence

Posted by University of Pennsylvania on May 14, 2019


uAspire is pleased to announce the inaugural posting of the Chewning Research Fellowship, a summer-long research position established to honor the memory of dear friend and colleague, Alex Chewning.

The Chewning Research Fellow will join uAspire’s policy department in Philadelphia to work on our true Cost of Attendance research study, Beyond the College Bill. The Fellow will advance the research through data analysis, interpretation, and communication of key findings to inform and persuade stakeholders to make policy and systems change related to indirect expenses.

The Fellowship will include compensation of $20/hour for 8-10 weeks this summer to support an aspiring graduate-level researcher to gain nonprofit, mission-driven experience via a well-paid internship. Full job description and process to apply found here.

Please spread news of this opportunity far and wide to your networks, and of course reach out with any questions.

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