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The Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston encourages doctoral students to conduct high quality, policy-relevant research into issues of importance for Greater Boston. To do so, it provides seed and start-up funding for new projects, helps identify other funding sources for that research, helps scholars connect with local officials and leaders who can help scholars with their projects, and works with scholars to disseminate their findings to practitioners in timely and accessible ways. In 2011 with additional funding from the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Studies, the Rappaport Institute added four doctoral fellows to our public policy summer fellowship cohort.
2013 Radcliffe/Rappaport Public Policy Doctoral Fellows
2012 Radcliffe/Rappaport Public Policy Doctoral Fellows
2011 Radcliffe/Rappaport Public Policy Doctoral Fellows