The Case Western Reserve University Social Justice Institute is offering fellowship and grant opportunities for graduate students and faculty members pursuing research or projects related to social justice in any discipline.
Applications are due by 5 p.m. on Friday, April 2, to Social Justice Institute Co-Director Ayesha Bell Hardaway at email@example.com. Recipients will be announced in May.
More detailed information on these opportunities and application requirements are available on the Social Justice Institute website.
Social Justice Fellowships for Graduate Students
Graduate students are invited to apply for the social justice fellowship opportunity supporting research or projects related to social justice in any discipline for the 2021-22 academic year.
Graduate students seeking funding to support a Master of Arts thesis or PhD Dissertation research are especially encouraged to apply. Funding of up to $3,500 will be awarded for expenses associated with the research or project.
Faculty Research Grants in Social Justice
In support of the institute’s vision to achieve equal access to opportunity for all, the faculty research grant was established to fund faculty research and projects that advance social justice work—in any discipline—from humanistic inquiry to action research.
Research grants are available for tenured or tenure-track Case Western Reserve faculty members, or other faculty who demonstrate a long-term commitment to social justice. Funds will range from $2,500 to $10,000 (up to a total of $10,000). Up to four awards are expected, subject to the number and quality of applications. Projects may range in duration up to 24 months.