Opportunities

Three hundred of the world’s brightest students will be selected this summer for our third annual joint empirical research fellowship and college course, directed by the International Socioeconomics Laboratory. The International Socioeconomics Laboratory Summer Research Fellowship in Economics, Social Science, Law, Healthcare, & Psychology to innovate public policy through data is a free virtual program open to all undergraduate and high school students around the world. Rising Senior Undergraduates, Graduates, & Doctorates are invited to apply as a Principal Investigator to head research studies at the laboratory this summer as well.

Summer Semester Socioeconomics Integrated Fellowship 

  • 6-Week Integrated Research Program
  • Empirical Socioeconomics (Econ 50) - Harvard-Based ISL Certification Course
  • Lecturers from Columbia University, London School of Economics, & More
  • Course Coverage of Five Empirical Projects and Twenty Lectures 
  • Gain Community Service Hours in Supplemental Volunteer Projects
  • Develop Renowned Experimental Studies Collecting Data in Social-Economics
  • Publish Original Research Studies in Peer-Reviewed Research Journals
  • Draft Legislation Based on Empirical Findings with a Partnering Policy Institute 
  • Compete Research at ISL's Annual Symposium for Grants & Scholarships

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Our fellowship will be the first to provide an integrated research experience and simultaneously present a college-level data interpretation course for certification. Research fellows will work alongside peers from all around the world, creating empirical studies that provide valuable research experience and helping us make a legislative change to build a more sustainable and equitable future. Fellows will also work with post-graduate principal investigators and graduate research mentors from various institutions.

The fellowship will consist of 6 weeks of lectures and an intensive learning program for R to enhance data collection and data science. Researchers will use methodologies in accordance with those of Pew Research Center using RDD to collect data and conduct large general population studies. Fellows will also create videos and legislative bills that will ensure their research makes an impact and real change. Fellows will simultaneously conduct their empirical study and four project-based assignments for one of the most extensive and prestigious socioeconomic research experiences in the world. 

Fellows will have their research published in an extensive peer-reviewed socioeconomics research journal, Across the Spectrum of Socioeconomics, while also having their very own public scholar profile. This fellowship is offered for free to address global educational disparities and lack of accessibility to advanced research opportunities, thanks to the support of our donors and volunteer network. However, please note that if fellows opt-in for the optional certification of ISL's ECON 50 course, the charge is sixty dollars. For more information, please visit our website and if you have any questions, please contact info@socioeconlabs.org.

 

Around one hundred fifty students(?) will be selected this fall for our fourth annual joint empirical research fellowship and college course, directed by the International Socioeconomics Laboratory. The International Socioeconomics Laboratory Fall to Spring Research Fellowship will touch on the numerous socioeconomic issues that plague the modern world, ranging from issues regarding the environment and public health to even gender and socioeconomic inequality. This fellowship is a free virtual program open to all undergraduate and high school students around the globe. Rising senior undergraduates, graduates, and doctorates are invited to apply as a Principal Investigator who will help guide the research studies completed during this fellowship. 

 

Fall to Spring Semester Socioeconomics Integrated Fellowship

  • 25-week integrated research program

  • Empirical Socioeconomics (Econ 70)

  • Lecturers from London School of Economics, _______________ and more!

  • Course Coverage of Four Empirical Projects and Twenty Four Lectures

  • Gain Community Service Hours in Supplemental Volunteer Projects

  • Develop Renowned Experimental Studies Collecting Data in Social-Economics

  • Publish Original Research Studies in Peer-Reviewed Research Journals

  • Draft Legislation Based on Empirical Findings with a Partnering Policy Institute 

  • Compete Research at ISL's Annual Symposium for Grants & Scholarships

 

Our fellowship will be one of the first to integrate both individual research projects and college-level data interpretation courses for certification. Research fellows will work alongside peers from all around the world, creating empirical studies from the ground and obtaining research experience, and assisting us in creating legislative change from the studies done. Fellows will work alongside post-graduate principal investigators as well as graduate research mentors from various well-renowned institutions across the globe. 

 

This fellowship will consist of twenty-four Saturdays (EST) of lectures and both an intensive learning program for R to enhance data collection and analysis and for policy analysis to help create legislative change from the studies done. Researchers will use methodologies in accordance with those of Pew Research Center using RDD to collect data and conduct large general population studies. Fellows will also create videos and legislative bills that will ensure their research makes an impact and real change. Fellows will simultaneously conduct their empirical study and three project-based assignments for one of the most extensive and prestigious socioeconomic research experiences in the world. 

 

Fellows will have their research published in an extensive peer-reviewed socioeconomics research journal, Across the Spectrum of Socioeconomics, while also having their very own public scholar profile. This fellowship is offered for free to address global educational disparities and lack of accessibility to advanced research opportunities, thanks to the support of our donors and volunteer network. However, please note that if fellows opt-in for the optional certification of ISL's ECON 70 course, the charge is __________. For more information, please visit our website. If you have any questions, please contact info@socioeconlabs.org.

Due to high demand in spots, we will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis, as early submission is preferred. No application will be accepted past June 15 at 11:59 PM EST, which is the final deadline.