Announcing our next cohort of Bell Fellows!

We are pleased to announce that after an extensive and competitive recruitment process, three exceptional scholars will be joining the Harvard Pop Center community as Bell Fellows this coming fall (2021–2023). Brittney Butler’s research investigates anti-Black structural racism as a risk factor for Pregnancy Induced Hypertensive Disorders (PIHDs) among Black women. During her fellowship, she … Continue reading “Announcing our next cohort of Bell Fellows!”

Welcoming our new cohort of postdoctoral fellows!

We are very pleased to welcome the three members of the 2020-2022 cohort of postdoctoral fellows at the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies. Our incoming David E. Bell Fellow, Madeleine Daepp, recently completed her doctorate in the department of urban studies and planning at MIT. Her PhD research spanned public health and demography, … Continue reading “Welcoming our new cohort of postdoctoral fellows!”

Announcing our next cohort of postdoctoral fellows

After receiving a record number of highly qualified applicants, three finalists have been selected and will be joining us this coming fall as members of the 2020-2022 cohort of postdoctoral fellows at the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies. We look forward to having these scholars join us! Our incoming David E. Bell Fellow, … Continue reading “Announcing our next cohort of postdoctoral fellows”

Harvard Pop Center welcomes new cadre of postdoc fellows

We are pleased to introduce the new postdoctoral fellows who have recently  joined us. We are welcoming a new Bell Fellow, Anna Grummon, PhD, a behavioral scientist with a special focus on nutrition policies, as well as new Sloan Fellow on Aging and Work Sung S. Park, a sociologist who plans to explore the potential … Continue reading “Harvard Pop Center welcomes new cadre of postdoc fellows”