Research Assistance: The Center regularly issues a call for Poverty Research Training Fellowships. These fellowships provide affiliates with funding to hire Graduate Student Research (GSR) assistants. The fellowships also provide invaluable training opportunities for graduate students with an interest in poverty related research.
Research Dissemination: The Center provides affiliates with a variety of opportunities to bring their research to a broad audience. Affiliates are encouraged to post summaries of their poverty related research on the Center’s website. They can also create a policy brief that summarizes their research findings for non-academic audiences. There are numerous opportunities to present new research in the center’s seminar series. Media training is also available.
Hosting Seminar Speakers, Visiting Scholars and Conferences: Affiliates can nominate external scholars to present in the center’s seminar series. The center also has funds available to host visiting scholars for up to a week. Visitors are provided with room and board, staff support, and office space from the Center. In addition, affiliates may seek funding and staff support to organize themed conferences related to Center’s core research areas.
Access to Renowned Researchers: Center affiliates and visiting scholars create a vibrant interdisciplinary research community engaged in quantitative and qualitative research. Interaction among community members raises the quality and quantity of multidisciplinary poverty-related research on campus. Opportunities to engage in this community include: participating in the center’s seminar series and conferences, and providing mentoring during the graduate student retreat.
As part of a campus-wide initiative to hire leading research faculty with a strong commitment to teaching, research and service that will promote the success of underrepresented minority students (African-American, Latino (a)/Chicano (a)/Hispanic, and Native American), faculty, patients, and community, and address the needs of our increasingly diverse state, UC Davis announces an open-rank (depending on area) faculty position in the School of Medicine.
As part of a campus-wide initiative to hire leading research faculty with a strong commitment to teaching, research and service that will promote the success of underrepresented minority students and address the needs of our increasingly diverse state, UC Davis announces an open-rank (depending on area) faculty position in the School of Education. Applications are encouraged from candidates with a strong disciplinary background in any current or emerging areas in the field of education.