Call for Applications
The International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) is proud to sponsor two fellowships with the Electoral Integrity Project (EIP), a world-leading project that focuses on the democratic quality of elections around the globe. Applications are open until October 30, 2022.
The fellowship program is designed for academics and practitioners of all career levels to engage in electoral integrity research, producing a paper and presentation for the EIP's annual workshop. Both IFES-sponsored fellowships have a fixed value of $5,000.
The William and Kathy Hybl Fellowship is open to students or scholars from Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, or Wyoming.
The Charles and Kathleen Manatt Fellowship is open to students or scholars from Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, or Wisconsin.
Fellows will be required to attend monthly seminars from January to May 2023, where fellows will present their work to receive feedback and engage in discussions with their peers. This is a hybrid fellowship with in-person research and presentation opportunities decided by the EIP.
Applications will be accepted until Oct. 30. Applicants are requested to fill out an online form, which includes a current CV and brief proposals outlining your research question and methodology.
To apply and learn more about the program, please visit the EIP's website.
About the Electoral Integrity Project
The EIP produces innovative and policy-relevant research comparing elections worldwide by gathering empirical evidence monitoring and comparing electoral integrity across and within nations.