Pollman Fellowship in Real Estate and Urban Development
Established in 2002 through the generous gift of Harold A. Pollman, the Pollman Fellowship is given to outstanding post-doctoral graduates in real estate and urban development to spend one year in residence as a Visiting Scholar at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Applicants in the fields of political economy, economic development, urban economics, and other areas in urban planning and development related to real estate and urban development are also encouraged to apply.
Post-doctoral candidates for the Fellowship should either have received their doctoral degree, or have submitted their dissertation for final awarding of the degree. The Fellowship is $30,000 and is to be used towards living and research expenses while the Fellows are resident in Cambridge. While at Harvard, the Fellow may attend any courses and may supplement the fellowship with teaching and research assignments with faculty. The Fellow is expected to produce at least one publishable paper in a refereed journal and to take part in research workshops, and to contribute to the life of the School.
Interested applicants should send their resumes and a short statement of their current and proposed research to Erica George at email@example.com.