Graduate Opportunities

Graduate Research Fellowships

The Center’s Sulzberger Family/Dan Levitan Social Policy Graduate Research Fellowships support the development of promising students who are interested in a career that blends basic social science with public policy. The fellowships are supported by generous donations from the Sulzberger Family, who, having made significant contributions to society through publishing The New York Times, now contribute to the development of outstanding scholars. The fellowships are also supported by by Dan Levitan, a 1979 Duke graduate and co-founder of Maveron, a venture capital firm based in Seattle, Washington.

* This fellowship program is currently on hold and not making new awards.

Past Sulzberger-Levitan Fellows