Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Invites Applications for New Connections:  Increasing Diversity of RWJFProgramming - Junior Investigator Program. 

New Connections: Increasing Diversity of RWJF Programming is designed to expand the diversity of perspectives that inform the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's programming and introduce new researchers and scholars to the foundation while simultaneously helping to meet staff needs for data analysis. The program invites junior investigators to submit proposals that address programming priorities for one of RWJF's program areas.

New Connections is a career development program designed to enhance the research capacity of scholars from underrepresented groups — ethnic or racial minority or low-income communities, first-generation college graduates (i.e., the first person in one's family to receive a college degree), or others who historically have been underrepresented in research disciplines. Priority will be given to applicants with full-time appointments at colleges and universities. 

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