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Djokovic Science and Innovation Fellowship
2018-2019 Fellowship Application is now available!
Deadline: Friday, December 22, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. EST
The one-year Djokovic Science and Innovation Fellowship aims to create a new generation of leaders who will leverage science for innovation in early childhood practice and policy settings.
Throughout the year, the Center offers work for highly motivated students in its offices at 50 Church Street and in the labs of our affiliated faculty across the campus.
The Doctoral Student Leadership Collaborative is an interdisciplinary, student-driven, non-credit forum that meets monthly during the academic year.
Science-Based Innovation Studios are a vibrant workspace that brings together local partners from community-based programs and student-led design teams. Participants share a common interest in early childhood development to mobilize scientific knowledge, leverage real-world wisdom, and apply design-led problem-solving to move beyond traditional ways of thinking.
Our Student Seminar Series brings Harvard undergraduate and graduate students into conversation with leaders and innovators in the field of early childhood development.