For Graduate Students
The King Center contributes to training the next generation of global development scholars by providing funding and opportunities for Stanford graduate students working on critical issues in global development.
Graduate Student Research Funding
The King Center supports Stanford doctoral student research, particularly field-based work in middle- and low-income countries. Applications are accepted in fall and spring quarters.Learn how to apply for research funding
Graduate Student Fellowships
The King Center offers fellowships that provide tuition and a stipend for one or two quarters to Stanford PhD students, especially students close to completing their degree. Applications are due in spring quarter for the following academic year.See how to apply for fellowships
Additional Graduate Student Opportunities
The King Center supports Stanford student groups on campus to foster collaboration among students and to build community across campus.
Academic Year Part-time Research Assistant Program
Master's students can apply for part-time research assistant positions with King Center affiliated faculty and researchers working on topics related to global development.
Journeys of Inquiry
Stanford students can learn about new contexts and global development issues through short experiential learning trips led by researchers affiliated with the King Center. Past trip locations have included China, Ghana, India, Kenya, Mexico, Rwanda, and Uganda.
Conference and Event Support
The King Center invites proposals for conferences, lectures, and workshops on topics related to global development and poverty alleviation. Proposals are accepted on a rolling basis and King Center staff are available to assist with event planning and logistics.