These awards offer undergraduate students the opportunity to conduct research with a faculty member on a human rights topic. The $2500 fellowships are competitive and awarded on a yearly basis. Beginning in 2018, applications are due April 1 each year for the following academic year.
This scholarship honors the memory of Jessica Lutton Bedient and provides up to $2500 for students conducting human rights-related coursework, research and/or experiential learning while abroad. The scholarships are competitive and offered on a yearly basis. Beginning in 2018, applications are due April 1 each year for the following academic year.
Model United Nations Stipends
Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs offers stipends, in the form of reimbursements for incurred costs, for HRHA minors competing with the Model United Nations team at national Model United Nations competitions. These stipends are designed to defray the costs of participating at Model UN and make Model UN accessible to all our students. Stipends are typically $500. Beginning in 2018, applications for the HRHA Model UN stipend are due by January 31 each year.
Dr. Joseph Elston Fellowship
The Dr. Joseph Elston Fellowship recognizes excellence in graduate research in human rights and political science. The recipient receives a $1500 fellowship to support their research. The Elston Fellow is expected to contribute to and attend programs sponsored by Political Science and the Forsythe Family Program on Human Rights during their fellowship year. Beginning in 2018, applications are due April 1 each year for the following academic year.
The HRHA program is pleased to be able to support our graduate students with $750 for research-related travel. Awards are offered on a competitive basis.