Who should apply: all current undergraduates, individually or in teams, with an interest in pursuing grassroots 'peace projects' during the summer
Application deadline: January 2, 2017
Funding amount: $10,000
To apply: Submissions should be sent to David Shein via e-mail: attach a pdf document that includes:
Cover sheet listing your name, contact information (if you are applying as a team, names and contact info for all team members), the title of your project, and the location where it will be implemented,
An academic and extra-curricular resume (if you are applying as a team, include resumes for all team members),
2-page typed proposal describing your project, its importance, and its feasibility
Who should apply: Need-based grants for undergraduate students who seek to actively work for social or economic peace and justice. Interested students should submit a 1-page statement of intent and a resume.
Who should apply: Current juniors planning to pursue post-graduate study, interested in a career in government or public service. Interested students should submit a 1-page statement of intent and a resume.
Application deadline: December 2, 2016
Funding amount: up to $30,00 for graduate or professional school
Who should apply: current juniors or seniors who have moderated into Jewish Studies or who are working on projects of relevance to Jewish Studies
Application deadline: Submit a project proposal and budget for up to $1,000 to the Director of Jewish Studies, Cecile Kuznitz, by Monday November 28, 2016
Funding amount: up to $1,000 to assist students with research and scholarly development pertaining to Jewish studies. Examples of expenses that will be considered include transportation, food, and lodging costs related to travel to archives, libraries, museums, or conferences; and supplies and materials such as film, tapes, books, microfilm, photocopies, etc.
For further information, please contact Professor Kuznitz at 758-7543 or email@example.com.