Center for Citizen Peacebuilding (CCPB) Undergraduate Research Scholarship
Awarded twice a year to undergraduate students interested in investigating conflict and conflict resolution topics, including (but not limited to) racial, ethnic, and/or political divisions, cultural divides, or environmental crises and climate change. The funding should be used to support student research, service and travel related to conflict and conflict resolution locally, nationally, or internationally.
Students may propose a research project (e.g., honors thesis or independent study), media/ documentary project, or a community internship (e.g., OC Human Relations Commission).
- Declared major in one of the School’s 9 academic departments (e.g., Anthropology, Economics, Political Science, Sociology)
- Project Summary: A brief synopsis of project/proposal for which funding is requested, including time frame for use of requested funds. No more than one page (single-spaced).
- Coursework / Skills Description: Brief description of related coursework and skills to conduct the project
- Faculty reference, with contact information (Name and email)
- Unofficial transcript
- Summary presentation of research at an annual symposium featuring awardees, faculty
sponsors, and CCPB Board members.
Award Amount: $500 - $1,000
Deadline: May 15, 2022 at 5:00 p.m.
Online Application: CLICK HERE
Please contact Professor David Snow (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions about the award or application.