NICHD Fellowships

The PSTC’s training program provides interdisciplinary training in demography to graduate students from affiliated departments at Brown University. As one of the longest continuously funded demography training programs in the country, the PSTC also offers mentoring and funding opportunities, including an NICHD fellowship, which provides full academic and research support for one year to five PSTC graduate trainees.

The 2016-2017 PSTC fellows are:

The research of the 2015-2016 PSTC fellows is highlighted below. Click here to read about the 2014-2015 fellows.

Meghan Caven (Sociology) studies education and race and ethnicity. Read more about her year as a PSTC fellow here


 

Sara Hefny (Anthropology) studies forced migration from the Middle East, humanitarianism, and refugee social service provision in Italy. Read more about her year as a PSTC fellow here


 

Marcia P. Jimenez (Public Health) conducts research on cardiovascular disease and social determinants of health. Read more about her year as a PSTC fellow here


 

Sveta Milusheva (Economics) studies development, economic growth, and migration. Read more about her year as a PSTC fellow here.

 

 

Tina M. Park (Sociology) studies the construction of demographic knowledge of Asian Americans and explores alternative quantitative approaches to the study of race. Read more about her year as a PSTC fellow here