The Institute for Advanced Study offers many interdisciplinary fellowship, research, and other funding and program opportunities for faculty, staff, students, and community members.
- Graduate Fellowship: Sawyer Seminar on Just Policing
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar on “Just Policing: Transnational Perspectives on the Definition and Possibility of Justice in Law Enforcement,” housed at the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) at the University of Minnesota, invites applications for two graduate fellows during the 2024-25 Academic Year. Priority deadline: March 1, 2024.
|Undergraduate or recently graduated students in MN
|Rolling until March 18, 2024
|U of M faculty, instructors, staff systemwide
|Scholars (faculty, students, staff), professionals, practitioners, policymakers, artists, community members
|Rolling thru 2024
The IAS offers occasional cosponsorships. Please contact [email protected] with inquiries about departmental event cosponsorship inquiries, or questions about community cosponsorships.
Additional Funding Resources
- University of Minnesota Foundation’s Charitable Grants Resource Hub
For University of Minnesota system faculty and staff who want to work with UMF on grant seeking. This resource includes a search function for UMF-managed funding opportunities.
- University of Minnesota Libraries Funding & Grants
A resource curated by the University of Minnesota Libraries that includes resources around the University, including internal and external funding opportunities managed through the Sponsored Projects Administration office, and powerful tools for seeking opportunities.
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