have you earned your PhD degree and now want to indulge in research work and experience what it is like to be a researcher? Well, if yes, then you have a perfect opportunity now since Lincoln Institute of Land Policy has brought a fantastic program named “Program on the People’s Republic of China International Fellowship”. This program is looking forward to receiving proposals for academic and policy research papers addressing land, urban, fiscal, and environmental issues relating to urbanization in China. Preference will be granted to policy-oriented empirical studies and international comparative studies.
This program will focus on the following areas: Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Future of Cities, Cities and Climate Change, Municipal Finance, Land Policy, Housing Policy, Urban Environment and Health and Land and Water Conservation. Entries for this fellowship will be accepted by scholars based outside of mainland China. Moreover, entrants are required to have a PhD degree at the time of submission. Candidates should fill out the proposals online via the web-based application form.
The roots of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy date back to 1946 when John C. Lincoln, a Cleveland industrialist, founded this organization in Phoenix, Arizona. This foundation was started to support other institutions in teaching, researching, and publishing information about George’s work.
Check out the table to get quick information:
|Organization||Lincoln Institute of Land Policy|
|Number of Awards||N/A|
|Nationality||All except nationals of China|
|Contest Deadline||November 30, 2021|
Who is Eligible?
Only scholars based outside of mainland China are eligible to apply. Applicants are required to have a PhD degree at the time of submission.
How to Apply?
Candidates can prepare their proposals by using an online application form. All sections of the proposal must have information in English.
The application process will require the following information:
- All researchers’ contact information and CV
- Proposal title
- Project abstract (maximum 1,500 characters in length)
- Project description (maximum 20,000 characters in length, roughly 4-6 pages)
- Calendar of activities
- Detailed budget and co-financing information
Three to four winners are expected to be chosen. This fellowship will provide an award worth $35,000 for each winner. The funds awarded under this RFP are contracted as work-for-hire and are not permitted to be sub-contracted by recipients to third parties.
Applications will be considered until November 30, 2021. Please send your application on time.