8/11/2011 - Ray Marshall Center Now Accepting Applications for Bryna and Henry David Fellow (Graduate Research Assistant Position)

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The Ray Marshall Center is now accepting applications from incoming Masters students at LBJ for the Bryna and Henry David Fellow.

About the Bryna and Henry David Fellow
Every 2 to 3 years, the Ray Marshall Center hires an incoming masters student from the LBJ School of Public Affairs to work half-time on education and workforce related research projects. The position is funded by an endowment created by the estate of Bryna and Henry David.  Henry David taught at the LBJ School in the 1970s; both he and his wife Bryna were nationally recognized researchers in career-related education. To date, four David Fellows have worked at the Ray Marshall Center, in recent years primarily contributing to the ongoing work of the Central Texas Student Futures Project.  David Fellows are paid a stipend, plus in-state tuition, and also receive funds to support attendance at a national policy research conference each year.

How to Apply
Interested students are invited to send their resumes and letters of interest to Susie Riley at susieriley@raymarshallcenter.org.
 
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