The deadline to apply for Rynne Research Fellowships from the Center for Peacemaking is Friday, March 1.
Two fellowships of $3,500 are available. Faculty and administrators are encouraged to submit a research proposal of their choice related to the center’s work or on a topic in one of the center’s priority research areas.
The center also offers mini-grants of $300 on a rolling basis for research related to nonviolent peacemaking. These funds can be used for faculty research expenses, including travel to conferences to present a paper or to hire a student research assistant.