To secure more effective and equitable criminal justice practices, we need to innovate and evaluate new policy solutions that can be adopted by local, state, and federal policy makers.
The Arnold Ventures Criminal Justice Innovation Fellowships will support five post-doctoral fellows who are pursuing policy-relevant causal research designed to innovate and evaluate cost-effective and scalable policy solutions that advance the efficacy and equity of criminal justice practices.
Fellowships will begin in September 2024, and will be available for periods of up to three years. Fellows will be expected to conduct research relevant to criminal justice practices in the United States, and will be required to devote up to 25% of their time to work on Arnold Ventures research projects.
Fellows will need to have received a Ph.D. no earlier than September 2019 and no later than September 2024. Fellows may reside in a location of their choosing. Fellows residing in the United States will receive salaries of $120,000 with full benefits and annual salary increases. Fellows may choose to reside outside of the United States and receive fellowship stipends of $120,000.
Applicants are asked to provide the following materials:
- Current CV
- Research Paper
- Contact information for three references
- Proposed research agenda during the period of the fellowship. The proposed research agenda should be no longer than 5 pages (single-spaced), and should propose a program of policy-relevant causal research designed to innovate and evaluate cost-effective and scalable policy solutions that advance the efficacy and equity of criminal justice practices.
The deadline to submit fellowship applications is January 15, 2024.
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