Researchers found that sexual education led to improved health knowledge and decreased teen pregnancy rates in the following year.
The Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development Postdoctoral Fellows program offers one-year (and will consider two-year) fellowships to outstanding new PhDs (with degrees conferred in 2018 or later) who have a demonstrated ability to generate high-quality, policy-relevant research on critical issues related to global development and poverty alleviation. The multi-disciplinary program offers a competitive stipend, as well as support for travel and research expenses. Postdoctoral Fellows have no teaching responsibilities and minimal administrative duties.
Please note -- applications for 2019 are no longer being accepted. Applications for 2020 will be reviewed beginning December 1. 2019.