In an effort to prepare the next generation of leaders in the science of learning, the Distinguished Pre-doctoral and Post-doctoral Science of Learning Fellowship Program provides young scientists with opportunities to obtain interdisciplinary research and dissemination training beyond the scope of their prior undergraduate and graduate education. This is a two-year program for full-time pre- and post-doctoral applicants within and outside Johns Hopkins University.
The goal of the program is to train scientists to think broadly about learning, yield innovative scientific discoveries about learning, and use these discoveries to drive research, practice, and policy. The fellowship consists of two key components. First, fellows will conduct interdisciplinary science of learning research projects with faculty mentors. The fellowship program draws upon the existing expertise of Johns Hopkins faculty to direct the fellows' innovative research efforts that cross the disciplinary boundaries of basic and applied sciences. Second, they will participate in monthly seminars to learn how to effectively communicate and translate science.
More information about this fellowship and the application process is available on the Science of Learning Institute website.
Applications are due at 11:59 p.m. EST on Dec. 14.