Frictionless Data Fellows Programme Application: Cohort 2
This form captures expressions of interest for the The Frictionless Data Reproducible Research Fellows Programme, Cohort 2, which will take place from Summer 2020 until Spring 2021.

The Fellows Programme, supported by the Sloan Foundation, aims to train graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, and early career researchers how to become champions for open, reproducible research using Frictionless Data tools and approaches in their field. In addition to mentorship, we are providing Fellows with stipends of $5,000 to support their work and time during the nine-month long programme. Cohort 1 of the Fellows Programme took place from Fall 2019 - Spring 2020. Read more about Cohort 1 here: http://fellows.frictionlessdata.io/blog/

The Fellows Programme will be accepting submissions of interest until 1st June 2020. All applicants, whether successful or not, will be notified by email. Successful candidates will then be invited for interviews.

For more questions on the fund, speak directly to us on our forum (https://discuss.okfn.org/c/frictionless-data) or by emailing frictionlessdata@okfn.org

Full details and FAQs at https://fellows.frictionlessdata.io/
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Why should we choose you as a Fellow? *
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Why is improving research reproducibility important to you? *
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Are you able to start the Fellows Programme in late Summer (July or August 2020)? *
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