PPIA Junior Summer Institute Fellowship
The PPIA Junior Summer Institute (JSI) Fellowship is a rigorous academic preparation program for undergraduate juniors committed to public service careers. During the program, Fellows are equipped with the knowledge and skills they will need to succeed in graduate school and ultimately, in influential roles serving the public good. This fully-funded opportunity includes curriculum in economics, statistics, and policy analysis at one of five host sites across the country.
Job Opportunity: Regional Finance Associate for Southern Africa
Croft Alumnus, Anthony Yuen works with the Clinton Health Access Initiative. Their Global Malaria Strategy & Finance team is looking to hire a Regional Finance Associate for Southern Africa.
Anthony highlighted some of the requirements and advantages of the job description:
Job Opportunity: Regional Finance Associate for Mesoamerica and Hispaniola
Croft Alumnus, Anthony Yuen works with the Clinton Health Access Initiative. Their Global Malaria Strategy & Finance team is looking to hire a Regional Finance Associate for Mesoamerica and Hispaniola. Anthony highlighted some of the requirements and advantages of the job description:
Croft Professor Joshua Howard to be Resident Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies, 2019-2020
Croft Associate Professor of History Dr. Joshua Howard has been selected to be a Residential Fellow at the School of Historical Studies at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Princeton, New Jersey. While there, Dr. Howard, will work on a project entitled "New China Daily: Social Change and the Class Project in Wartime Nationalist China." This will be the first study of the Chinese Communist press and its relationship to social change and labor during the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945) and postwar labor movement. Broadening our perspective beyond a history of military conflict and political and institutional change, he argues that the Anti-Japanese War induced social change and working-class formation in Nationalist China’s cities, which was both reflected and facilitated by the New China Daily (Xinhua ribao).