Rare Book & Manuscript Library

Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program records, 2000-2013

Series III: IFP Alumni Tracking Study, 2013-present

Series III contains the records of the IFP Alumni Tracking Study. Launched in 2013, the IFP Alumni Tracking Study is a ten year longitudinal study of IFP alumni intended to assess the long-term impacts of the International Fellowships Program on its alumni and their communities. The study is being carried out by the Institute of International Education's Center for Academic Mobility Research and Impact, with support from the Ford Foundation. Additional records of the study will be added to the Ford Foundation IFP Records at the Rare Book and Manuscript Library as work progresses. See also Series II: Archived websites for access to archived versions of the Alumni Tracking Study's website.

Further additions are expected.

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Subseries III.1: Reports

Subseries III.1 contains Alumni Tracking Study reports issued by IIE.

Box 367 Social Justice and Sustainable Change: The Impacts of Higher Education, 2016 April, (1 folder)

Box 367 Transformational Leaders and Social Change: Impacts in Africa and the Middle East, 2018 July, (1 folder)

Box 367 Leveraging Higher Education to Promote Social Justice: Evidence from the IFP Alumni Tracking Study (Report No. 5), March 2019