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2015 EITM Summer Institute
University of Michigan, USA





Scholarship / Financial aid: undefined

Date: June 22 - July 13, 2015

Deadline: February 12, 2015

Open to: applicants currently enrolled in a graduate program


Announcement follows

The Political Science Program of the National Science Foundation supports annual Summer Institutes on Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models. These institutes seek to support and energize a new generation of scholars who can better integrate formal theory and empirical work into innovative research agendas of high scientific and social value. We invite you to become part of the EITM experience and we encourage all interested persons to apply.

Applications for the program are due on Thursday, February 12, 2015.


The EITM Institute will select participants through a competitive process. To be eligible to participate in the EITM Summer Institute, you must be currently enrolled in a graduate program, or employed as a post-doctoral research fellow or junior faculty member in Political Science or a related field. In addition, applicants should have well-defined research interests and preferably a completed dissertation prospectus. Though the Institute covers some background instruction in applied statistics, computational modeling, and formal theory, EITM is not a substitute for sustained training in these areas. Therefore, applicants should already have completed substantial coursework in at least one of these areas prior to attendance.

We are particularly interested in receiving applications from members of groups that have been historically underrepresented in math and science. We are also interested in receiving applications from individuals who are studying or working at institutions where coursework in statistical inference and formal modeling is not always offered.

Past EITM participants report high levels of satisfaction with the program. Our alumni have formed important relationships with peers and faculty at other institutions during the Institutes. These relationships have proven to be of great value to young scholars who seek to produce groundbreaking social scientific research. We invite you to become part of the EITM experience and we encourage all interested persons to apply.

The application deadline is midnight Eastern Standard Time, Thursday, February 12, 2015.

You will be asked to submit your application materials as a combined PDF (16MB max) in the online form.


Website: http://www.eitm2015.com/#!application/c16s4
Email: eitm-project@umich.edu

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