This ongoing program brings early-career scholars of race and ethnicity to Stanford University. Fellows, who may be in any school of the university, engage in research about the impacts of race and ethnicity, teach one course per year, and participate in the intellectual life of their departments and programs across the university.
Lazear-Liang Postdoctoral Program
This program honors the memory of Professor Edward Lazear and is generously funded by one of his former students, James Liang. These fellows had the opportunity to conduct their own independent research while collaborating with Stanford GSB’s world-renowned faculty and participating in the school’s dynamic, research-oriented environment.
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Organizational Behavior
The Organizational Behavior Fellow was actively involved in the OB intellectual community and participated in colloquia, workshops, and research seminars. This fellowship was best suited for someone with a strong background in psychological, organizational, and/or behavioral research methods.