Radulovacki Global Health Scholars Research Fellowship
The Radulovacki Scholars Program for Global Health Research is designed to create research opportunities for Northwestern students. This fellowship, administered by the Program in Global Health Studies, funds strong, well-prepared, and creative projects. Groups consisting of 3-4 students working on a single project are highly encouraged to apply for this fellowship, though all projects will be considered.
Applicants may design research projects for implementation abroad or in the US. Awards are based on quality of the research proposal, relevant previous experience, and academic merit. All students applying with a group project must collaborate to create a single grant proposal that clearly articulates the different roles, responsibilities, and qualifications of each member while also indicating why this project needs to be done with multiple people.
The award amount range is up to $4,000 per person. The fellowship is open to all degree-seeking Northwestern undergraduate students who are enrolled at the university at the time of the fellowship. All applicants must complete the Global Health course Qualitative Research Methods OR submit proof of comparable classwork before the project begins.
- Grant or Fellowship
- Northwestern Summer Session, Other
Opportunity Start Year:
- Domestic, International
- Location Varies, Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, North Africa and the Middle East, North America, Oceania
Requirements & Prerequisites
- Undergraduate Students
Other Limits on Participation:
Awardees also must complete Global Health course Qualitative Research Methods OR submit proof of comparable classwork before the project begins.
Course Credit Availability:
- fellowship, Global Health, Research, Group Research
Type of Payment Available:
- Grant for Expenses