2017 EGAP Membership Application
The Evidence in Governance and Politics Network (EGAP) is seeking to add a small number of new members — including a mix of researchers and organizations. We seek to grow by adding young scholars and practitioners to the organization, but the membership selection process will not have any specific restrictions in regards to the age of the applicant. The round will be open across disciplines and follow the general procedures described in the bylaws(http://egap.org/about-us/structure-procedures).

Individual members of EGAP are researchers who have achieved distinction or display great promise in the design, implementation, or analysis of experiments on politics and governance. Institutional members are organizations engaged in policy-making, program implementation or impact evaluation, with demonstrated interest or expertise in the use of experimental methods. Scholars who applied in past (1-2) rounds will be automatically considered and do not need to reapply. (But do send in updated CVs or relevant publication lists).

For more information about EGAP see www.egap.org.

The deadline to submit applications is October 16, 2017.

**Please note it is important that you complete all parts of this application in its entirety. If your application is incomplete or does not clearly show the experience and/or training required, your application may not be considered.**

Please send questions to Goldie Negelev (gnegelev1@berkeley.edu).

Is this an institutional application or individual researcher application?
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A significant piece of EGAP's mission revolves around building relationships between researchers and policymakers. Please discuss any experience you have along these lines, or any partnerships you would like to work with EGAP to strengthen.
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For inquiries, please contact EGAP's Membership and Meetings Manager, Goldie Negelev: gnegelev1@berkeley.edu
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