The Ash Center selects fellows in a highly competitive process that brings scholars, practitioners, and political leaders to the School for term appointments with a host of opportunities to pursue independent research projects, enhance their professional skills, and network with their peers.
Fellowships are offered through all five program areas of the Center: the Rajawali Foundation Institute of Asia, Institutional Antiracism and Accountability Project, Harvard Project on American Inidian Economic Development, Democratic Governance Program, and Government Innovations Program.
In addition to individual research pursuits, fellows audit classes, attend regular research seminars, meet with faculty and students, and contribute to the overall academic life of the Center. For more on the Center’s numerous fellowships, including application requirements, selection criteria, and funding availability, please visit the individual fellowship programs below for additional information.
The Ash Center also makes available significant resources for students, including supporting a number of different student fellowships. For more information on the Ash Center’s support for students, including student fellowships, please visit our student support page.