Richard L Gorsuch Postdoctoral Fellowship
In honor of the late Professor Richard L Gorsuch, UniMult, Inc., awards an annual postdoctoral fellowship to young scholars seeking advanced training in quantitative methodology in the social and behavioral sciences. The purpose of the honorary award is to promote the development, extension, dissemination of Professor Gorusch’s numerous methodological innovations. The fellowship provides no financial support. The postdoctoral fellowship offers recipients the opportunity to work with established experts in the field at any of the designated institutions and to receive certification in teaching various advanced quantitative methodologies.
At present, the only designated academic institution is the University of Arizona. Future academic institutions will be designated as this program succeeds in establishing additional centers of expertise.
Current recipients of the Richard L Gorsuch Postdoctoral Fellowship are:
2017-2018 Michael Anthony Woodley of Menie
2017-2018 Beatrice Krauss
2018-2019 Tania Reynolds
Aurelio José Figueredo, Cognition and Neural Systems, Department of Psychology, School of Mind, Brain, and Behavior, College of Science, University of Arizona
Marisol Pérez-Ramos, Departamento de Sociología, División de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalapa
Eric Folbrecht, Chief Executive Officer, Unimult, Inc.