CID supports its research community of faculty and students through events and workshops, research dissemination, and research support services.
If you are looking for a student research assistant to assist your research project, click here to share a brief description of the project and the skills you’re looking for, and we will help match you to an appropriate undergraduate or master’s student through our Student Research Scholars program. Open to all CID Faculty Affiliates and PhD Affiliates.
An informal Monday faculty lunch seminar at Harvard Kennedy School, LIEP brings together CID Faculty Affiliates and invited guests to discuss ongoing research projects and the latest work in international development. Topics are meant to be highly policy oriented, and presentations need not take the form of a finished paper intended for an academic journal. For any questions about LIEP, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CID will host this year's North East Universities Development Consortium (NEUDC) in-person at HKS. The structure of the conference can be found on the conference website. Registration is open, and discounted prices are available for PhD students, faculty at a community college or HBCU, and residents of LMICs. Email us at email@example.com
For all CID Faculty Affiliates, publicize your work through CID's Website, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook. Simply email Kate Apfelbaum and we'll do the rest!
As CID expands its core services to our Faculty Affiliates, our aim is to better connect CID researchers with funding opportunities. Please see below for open funding opportunities targeted toward international development researchers:
- The Weatherhead Center supports faculty research projects with grants of up to $25,000. The next deadline to apply is October 2nd.
If you would like to work with CID to identify funding opportunities relevant to your area work specifically, please reach out to Katy Doyle.