Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowships

The Graduate School awards a limited number of one-year Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowships (IDFs) each year to outstanding graduate students who would benefit from interaction with faculty at one of the University's interdisciplinary research centers or institutes. The MPC welcomes applications from students pursuing interdisciplinary population research.

Please check the Graduate School's IDF website for more detailed information.

Congratulations to MPC student members Brittany Krzyzanowski and J'Mag Karbeah for being awarded a 2019-2020 Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowship!

Brittany Krzyzanowski
Department: Geography, Environment & Society
Advisors: Dr. Steven Manson & Dr. Somayeh Dodge
Research Center: MPC
Faculty Mentors: Dr. Susan Everson-Rose & Dr. Paul Drawz
Title:Dynamic Geovisualization for Public Health: Identifying the Causes of Cardiovascular Disease

J'Mag Karbeah
Department: Division of Health Policy Management
Advisor: Rachel Hardeman
Research Center: Life Course Center
Faculty Mentor: Chris Uggen
Title: Life Course Implications of Early Life Policing

Previous MPC Interdisciplinary Fellows