The UC Berkeley IGERT program in Politics, Economics,
Psychology, and Public Policy (PEPPP) is an inter-disciplinary graduate
fellowship program animated by the twin goals of addresssing key public
policy problems while fostering and advancing inter-disciplinary research
in the social sciences. The IGERT/PEPP program is funded by a grant from
the National Science Foundation and is centered in the Goldman School of
Public Policy and the UC Berkeley Survey Research Center.
The IGERT/PEPPP program provides two-year fellowships
to Ph.D. students beginning in either their second or third years who have
not advanced to candidacy. All students meeting these criteria from the
departments of economics, political science, Psychology, Business, and the
Goldman School of Public Policy may apply.
The program is currently funded through the 2010/2011
academic years. Six new fellowships will be awarded each years beginning in
the fall semester of 2006.