The Global Social Benefit Fellowship provides a comprehensive program of mentored, field-based study and action research for juniors within the GSBI® worldwide network of social entrepreneurs. The fellowship combines a fully funded 6-8 week summer field experience in the developing world with two quarters of academically rigorous research. It is a program of practical social justice, in the Jesuit educational tradition. This is a richly rewarding yet demanding experience, one that requires a time-intensive, nine month commitment. Each fellow will receive a support package to cover all international travel, in-country expenses, and research costs, plus a modest summer stipend.

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Submissions from 2013

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Market Evaluation: Viability of the SoLite3 in Uganda, Emily Albi, Katrina Van Gasse, and Kevin Kozel

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Solar Sister deliverables: Customer stories, Kiva profiles, and entrepreneur accounts, Emily Albi, Katrina Van Gasse, and Kevin Kozel

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Chikuni Parish Taonga agro-forestry program assessment, Jack Bird

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Chikuni Parish Taonga agro-forestry programme content guide, Jack Bird

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Chikuni Parish Taonga: IRI School Assessment & Recommendations, Lynsey Cumberford-Palmer and Laura Ruggles

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Anudip and iMerit blog, Phillip Eukel

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Believing in the people, Phillip Eukel

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iMerit Profile, Phillip Eukel

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Anudip and iMerit in Kolkata, India, Lauren Farwell

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Tuning in to Solar Ear: Measuring the social benefit of applied social science for the public good, Myles Sansone, Mary Catherine Duane, and Natalie Lays