The Center for the Study of Law and Society (CSLS) at Berkeley Law announces its fellowship for doctoral studies drawn from a wide range of disciplines across the UC Berkeley campus, including those in the social sciences, arts and humanities, biological sciences, international studies and area studies, schools of public health, business, public policy, natural resources, engineering and law. Ten fellows are selected annually. Benefits of BELS fellows include a research fund of up to $1,000 for research-related expenses, workspace in the Berkeley Law Building on Telegraph, monthly BELS Fellows workshops, and opportunities for informal scholarly exchange with other Fellows from many Berkeley departments, faculty members from Berkeley Law and other units on campus, and with visiting scholars doing research at CSLS. The application period was February 22 – April 3.

For more information on eligibility, benefits, and responsibilities, search under BELS on bSpace or go to the Berkeley Law website.


Categories: February 2013, Funding Opportunities
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