Princeton Politics Department Formal and Quantitative Methods Graduate Fellowship

The Program for Quantitative and Analytical Political Science (Q-APS) in the Politics Department invites applications from current PhD students in Politics with an interest in formal theory and/or quantitative methods.  Students interested in the fellowship should send a CV, transcript, and a one-page statement describing your research plan for the fellowship year.  The fellowship is open for renewal. Applicants looking to renew should also include a description of the work accomplished in the previous year. This fellowship comes with office space in Corwin 031 and a $1000 conference travel budget (maximum $500 each trip).  It may also involve Q-APS consulting (with compensation). Accepted fellows will also be eligible to apply for funds to work for affiliated faculty members and pay for incidental costs for their dissertation research (e.g., purchase of data and software, professional copy-editing, supplemental research travel funds).

Please send your application to Emily Lawrence at

The deadline for consideration is May 22, 2015 with a start date of July 1, 2015.