Howard J. Baumgartel Peace and Justice Award
To support thesis or dissertation research
The Howard J. Baumgartel Peace and Justice Award is an annual award to support the thesis or dissertation research of a graduate student in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences or the School of Business whose interests, achievements, and talents are in the peace and justice field. Examples of appropriate interests for this award are social scientific study of, or application of social scientific knowledge to: conflict resolution, social action, human problems in the world of work, race and ethnic relations, and Third World Development. Master's or PhD students with these or similar research interests are encouraged to apply. The award amount is $2,760 and is disbursed in the summer.
Any Master’s or Ph.D. student in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences or the School of Business who is engaged in thesis or dissertation research during Summer 2019, Fall 2019, or Spring 2020 is eligible to apply. The student's enrollment during the term of the award must comply with University and departmental requirements. Faculty advisors are encouraged to nominate eligible students. Self-nominations are accepted.
Deadline and Procedure
The Howard J. Baumgartel Peace and Justice Award is now administered through the College's Research Execellence Fund.