The Hopkins Population Center (HPC) Summer Student Fellowship Program for Population Association of America (PAA) Paper Proposals supports the effort of PhD students’ research on one or more of the Hopkins Population Center’s primary research areas for the US population (described below). The Summer Student Fellowship Program aims to open the opportunity for PhD students under the supervision of an HPC Associate. The program will increase visibility and extend the external research network for our students in the scientific workforce pipeline.
The 2023 awardees are: Selena Anjur-Dietrich and Jess Dozier
Selena Anjur-Dietrich is a third-year PhD student of the Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health at Bloomberg School of Public Health. Selena proposed a research project entitled “Partners’ Roles in Abortion Trajectories in Two Urban Settings in the DRC: Pregnant People’s Preferences, Strategies for (non-)Involvement, and Subsequence Abortion Outcomes.
Jess Dozier is a fourth-year PhD student of the Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health at Bloomberg School of Public Health. Jess proposed a research project entitled “Postpartum Family Planning among Women Who Experience Pre-Pregnancy Reproductive Coercion: A Population-Based Panel Study of Pregnant Ethiopian Women.”