Three Harvard doctoral students have been named recipients of Julius B. Richmond Fellowships from the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University. Erin C. Dunn, Sky Marietta, and Matthew Ranson will each receive a dissertation grant totaling $10,000 from the center to fund independent research during the 2010-11 academic year.
In awarding the one-year fellowships, the center selects candidates with excellent academic records and defined research interests in child health and development. Priority is given to applicants whose work aligns with the mission of the center, crosses disciplinary boundaries, and has implications for social policy.
To read more on the fellowship and its winners, visit the center’s website.