The Edmond J. Safra Lab at Harvard University lets us know that it is once again seeking to admit talented scholars and practitioners, at any stage of their career, who will uncover and explain institutional corruption and build tools to counteract it.
They have four types of fellowships open for the 2013-14 academic year:
1. Lab Fellowships and Projects: Funded residential and non-residential fellowships and projects for scholars and collaborators engaged in research and practice that directly address institutional corruption.
2. Applied Data Fellowship: A funded residential fellowship offered to a quantitative problem-solver who will translate the Lab’s research into applied tools, and help to deliver the Lab’s real-world impact on institutional corruption.
3. Investigative Journalists: Funded residential Lab fellowships for investigative journalists to write monographs about institutional corruption within selected institutions or fields.
4. Network Fellowships: Non-funded scholars working independently on projects related to institutional corruption.
More information about these opportunities can be found on their website: http://www.ethics.harvard.edu/lab/opportunities. The deadline for the receipt of applications is January 1, 2013. Email with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.