MPP Stoscheck & MDP Kasim featured in Judd Fellowship newsletter

2015 Judd CohortCongratulations to 2015 Judd Fellowship winners Faris Kasim (MDP) and Claire Stoscheck (MPP)


This year the GPS Alliance awarded three additional Judd Fellowships for a total of 18—including two projects specific to Panama and the inaugural Judd Alumni Fellowship (see below). Fellows will conduct academic projects in 12 different countries all over the world.
Judd Fellows at the Networking Lunch
Examples of projects include researching sickle-cell disease in Haiti, participating in the Himalayan Health Exchange Kargiakh Expedition, researching caddisfly fauna in the Andes in central Ecuador, and interning at a biodiversity conservation farm in India. Read more about these and the other career-building projects that were funded thanks to the Judd Fellowships and your generous support.

The 2015 fellows met in early May at the Judd Fellows Networking Lunch to get to know each other and compare notes for their upcoming adventures.
 

Updates from the field    Faris Kasim, Thailand
Faris Kasim is conducting research in Thailand this summer in collaboration with the non-profit Save the Children. He is working on a tool that will help the organization understand the extent to which children’s rights are being enjoyed and an analysis of the obstacles to, and enablers of, their realization. Read more about his project on his blog.

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