The Stimson Center in Washington is calling for applications for its new “Indus Basin Science Policy Visiting Fellows” program. It will select two young scientists, one from India and the other from Pakistan, for a fully-funded two month residency starting in mid-January at the Stimson Center’s Environmental Security Program in Washington.
During this period, the visiting fellows will develop a joint project that addresses a specific research need or data gap that advances scientific understanding for water resource management in the Indus river basin. The visiting fellows will develop a strategy for communicating their results to decision makers in India and Pakistan. The fellows will be mentored and guided by Stimson’s environmental security program staff.
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