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The 2015-2016 Academic Year Fellowship has been awarded to Emily Terwelp. The Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management (PCJ) at Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) is thrilled with the diverse background and enthusiasm that Pamela will bring to her fellowship during this academic year.
The PCJ student fellows are working collaboratively on activities that include:
Additionally, meet the PCJ Student Interns and Doctoral Candidates to learn more about the work they are doing.
See Student Fellows for a listing of past PCJ-sponsored projects and research by Harvard students
The Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management (PCJ) has initiated a fellowship program for an incoming first year student at Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) interested in criminal justice sector policy and practice. Fellows partner with the PCJ’s senior leadership and researchers to improve interaction among students, practitioners, and scholars in the criminal justice field to create multiple channels of connection among scholarship, practice, and teaching of criminal justice policy. Fellows receive $15,000 in tuition reimbursement during their first year of study.
The Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management (PCJ) provides funding to support students working in summer internships that relate to criminal justice policy and management. Applications are accepted from students across Harvard University, with preference given to Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) students. PCJ Student Interns receive funding to defray living costs during their full-time, 10-week summer internships. Recipients of funding from the Program in 2014 are:
The PCJ Summer Interns selected for 2015 are: Enumale Agada, Christopher Izant, and Alex Rothman
Check back as there will be more information posted about these students and their internships this summer.
Harvard Kennedy School is the most international of Harvard’s graduate schools, with students from more than 75 countries. And they come from a variety of backgrounds — from the public, private and non-profit sectors — united by the goal of making the world a better place. Their stories say a great deal about their aspirations, commitment and passion, and about the Kennedy School’s role in training the next generation of public leaders.
Visit the PCJ Student Stories section for more installments
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Please visit our Faculty and Staff page to learn more about PCJ Faculty, Visiting Scholars, Research Fellows, Program Fellows, and other PCJ Staff.