Maya Chehade & Florian Cafiero

Maya Chehade & Florian Cafiero

Awardees of the Alliance PhD Mobility Grant of 2021-2022
  • Florian Cafiero & Maya Chehade Awardees of the Alliance PhD Mobility GrantFlorian Cafiero & Maya Chehade Awardees of the Alliance PhD Mobility Grant

We extend our warmest congratulations.

The Alliance Call for Doctoral Mobility is intended to support and finance transatlantic research projects of the highest quality, in all disciplines under a joint supervision of faculty members from Columbia, Sciences Po, Paris 1, and Ecole Polytechnique.

This year Alliance awarded 15 PhD Mobility Grants to graduate students from all member institutions and in all disciplines. Sciences Po is privileged to count among them, two recipients in Political science and Sociology:

Maya ChehadeMaya Chehade is a French-Syrian second-year Ph.D. student at Sciences Po Paris. Maya has worked for several years in the private sector with Syrian refugees in the Middle East, before starting her doctoral research at Sciences Po on the topic of “the impact of the private sector on Syrian refugees in Jordan”, thesis under the supervision of Prof. Jean-Pierre Filiu. During the Alliance Doctoral Mobility, she will work with ASPIRE, a Columbia University Research Project on Syrian refugees that include researchers and partners at local universities, governmental agencies, NGOs, and the UN in Jordan. Her doctoral mobility at Columbia aims to capitalize on data collected by ASPIRE in 2016 and 2018 to help the progress of her dissertation in a context of difficulty of access to the fieldwork due to the Covid-19 Pandemic.

More about Maya Chehade and her research

Florian CafieroFlorian Cafiero is currently a Ph.D. student at Sciences Po Medialab, under the supervision of Prof. Jean-Philippe Cointet. His thesis focuses on the debate between pro- and anti-vaccine activists and its reception by the public. An Ecole Normale Supérieure - Paris-Saclay alumnus, he holds an MPhil. in Digital Humanities from Ecole Nationale des Chartes - Paris Sciences et Lettres Université (PSL). He has taught quantitative methods applied to social sciences and the humanities at the Geneva University, Ecole Nationale des Chartes (PSL), and Université d’Orléans. His works in computational social science and quantitative linguistics have been published in journals such as Science Advances, Social Networks, or Social Science and Medicine.


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