Center for Transnational Justice 2014-2015 Graduate Student Research Grant Competition

The Marquette University Center for Transnational Justice is pleased to offer funding for research conducted by graduate students enrolled in the Helen Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences. 

The Center will be awarding two Graduate Student Research Grants of up to $2500 for work on an issue of economic, political, or social justice that crosses national borders.  Issue areas include but are not limited to immigration, forced migration and human trafficking, human rights, economic development, global trade and finance, pandemic diseases, and climate change.

Details about the grants including eligibility and application procedures found here.







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