ISPU has assembled the leading experts in the field and built a solid reputation as a trusted source for information about Muslims in the United States and abroad. ISPU scholars provide insight into the major debates taking place across the country. They offer context-specific analysis and recommendations to journalists, policymakers, and the general public.
ISPU is always accepting applications for new scholars. To apply, email your cover letter and resume to the ISPU research team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Scholars should have a PhD or relevant experience in one of ISPU’s fourteen issue areas and have experience with and/or background in the American Muslim community. Established networks are preferred and being located in the United States is required.
Browse scholars by issue area: Civic Engagement and U.S. Policy, Civil Liberties and Human Rights, Demographics and Diversity, Economic Development and Entrepreneurship, Gender and Identity, Health and Social Development, Immigration and Refugee Policy, Islamophobia, Law and Criminal Justice, Media and Creative Expression, Organizational Development and Institution Building, Religion, Youth