• At the one year mark, you will be asked to share an update about the status of your research.
  • In publications and presentations, acknowledge ISR and this award’s support.
  • Awards are intended for use within one year, but may be extended upon request for an additional six months

Eligibility and Scope

  • University of Michigan graduate students, post doctoral candidates, and junior faculty members with research agendas in Life Course Development
  • Deadline: To be determined
  • Award Amount: To be determined

Application Process

  • Documents required for submission
    • Curriculum Vitae
    • Proposal Document
  • If you have any questions about the award process, please contact [email protected]

Previous Douvan Junior Scholars

  • Suzanne Perkins, 2023, Research Investigator, Institute for Social Research
  • Rita Hu, 2021, U-M Doctoral Candidate, Joint Program in Social Work and Developmental Psychology
  • Claire Hatkevich, 2019, U-M Psychiatry Postdoctoral fellow
  • Lauren Tighe, 2018, U-M Doctoral Candidate, Psychology and Social Work
  • Arianna Gard, 2017, U-M Doctoral Candidate, Psychology
  • Jasmine Manalel, 2016, U-M Doctoral Candidate, Psychology
  • Bill Chopik, 2015, U-M Doctoral Candidate, Psychology
  • Ishtar Govia, 2014, Postdoctoral fellow in the Program for Research on Black Americans, Institute for Social Research
  • Wylie Wan, 2014, Postdoctoral fellow in the Life Course Development Program, Institute for Social Research
  • Johnny Berona, 2013, U-M Doctoral Candidate, Psychology
  • Natalie Sabik, 2012, Postdoctoral fellow, Psychology, Brandeis University
  • Nicky Newton, 2011, Assistant Professor, Psychology, Youngstown State University
  • Rona Carter, 2010, U-M Assistant Professor of Psychology

To support this fund and make future awards possible, please visit our Next Generation Giving Page.

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