Greater Good Fellowship Program
Graduate & Undergraduate Fellowships
The Greater Good Science Center offers annual fellowships to UC Berkeley Undergraduate and Graduate students whose work relates to our mission. The fellowship program aims to attract scholars from across a broad spectrum of academic disciplines, with a particular focus on the social-behavioral sciences.
Previous GGSC fellows have gone on to top research and teaching positions at universities nationwide, providing a significant boost to the science of compassion, resilience, altruism, and happiness. You can read about former GGSC postdoctoral fellow Sarina Rodrigues and GGSC graduate fellow Laura Saslow’s trailblazing work on the genetics of empathy in this New York Times article.
Read on to learn more about our current and former Hornaday Graduate Fellows and Goldberg Undergraduate Fellows.
Current & Past Fellows
GGSC fellowship research has ranged from studying the biological bases of compassion and empathy to identifying ways to combat racism among children. Click on the links below to learn more about current and previous fellows’ work.
We are not accepting fellowship applications at this time. Please check this page in February of 2014 for more information on our next round of fellowships.
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