The Survey Research Center supports its scientists in research and training with the Angus Campbell Fellowship and the Regula Herzog Young Investigators Fund. Additionally, the Institute for Social Research offers a variety of fellowships and research awards designed to nurture the next generation of empirical social and behavioral scientists.
The Bachman Fellowship provides support for a graduate student in one of the University of Michigan social science departments and the School of Social Work and the School of Education to work with the Monitoring the Future project.
The goals of the Regula Herzog Young Investigators Fund are to support the research and training activities of junior researchers at the Survey Research Center, with a special preference given to women and to those who are engaged in research on older populations.
The Juster Fund provides small research awards to emerging scholars in the social sciences conducting empirically grounded economic research using the Health and Retirement Study, the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, the Surveys of Consumers, or Time Use Study.
The Robert Kahn Fellowship was established to provide dissertation support for one doctoral student each year who is committed to using empirical science to help solve the deep and abiding challenges confronting society.
The Robert and Judy Marans & Kan and Lillian Chen Fellowship provides support for an early-stage graduate student from any unit at the University of Michigan to earn a certificate in survey methodology from the Institute for Social Research (ISR) Program in Survey Methodology (PSM).
To continue his spirit of substantive and methodological innovation in the analysis of economic behavior, Jim and his family established the James Morgan Innovation in the Analysis of Economic Behavior Fund to encourage U-M graduate students to use PSID data in new and original ways.