The Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University is accepting applications for its first annual post-doctoral fellowship honoring the four founders of what was called The Institute of Public Policy (TIPP), which has been subsumed into the Schar School. The fellowship rotates annually and is known as the:
Roger S. Stough Postdoctoral Fellowship in Regional Economic Development;
Seymour Martin Lipset Postdoctoral Fellowship in Culture, Values, and Policy;
Don E. Kash Postdoctoral Fellowship in Science and Technology Policy; and
Kingsley E. Haynes Postdoctoral Fellowship in Regional and International Development.
For this first year, we honor Professor Emeritus Roger S. Stough. Applications are due February 1, 2020 and must focus broadly on the theme of regional economic development.
The postdoctoral fellow will be expected to fulfill the following duties and responsibilities:
Continue training in their specialty area under the supervision of a more senior faculty member (
Internal Number: 47129
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