Graduate School Scholarships and Fellowships

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Beyond the Bars Fellows 2017-2018

The Beyond the Bars Fellowship offers students and community members an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of mass incarceration and social change and to collaborate with social justice organizers, activists, and academics to plan the annual Beyond the Bars Conference.

2014 PSVF Seed Grant Recipients

Gina Clayton has been awarded a seed grant to establish Essie Justice Group in San Francisco, California. Essie Justice Group will work nationally to engage women with incarcerated loved ones, creating a community in which women are united, trained, and empowered to advocate against mass incarceration, which negatively impacts the financial and psychological well-being of the women the criminal justice system often leaves behind.

Amount: $5000
Fellowships and Scholarships

To provide scholarships for juniors majoring in criminal justice and who have at least a 3.0 GPA and who plan to have a career in criminal justice. Provides fellowships to enrolled students pursuing a master’s degree with a concentration in nonprofit studies. Students in the first year of study may apply for the fellowship, which will provide support for their second year of graduate work. Applicants into the Master of Science in Criminal Justice, Master of Arts in Economics, Master of Public Administration, Master of Public Policy or Master of Social Work programs are eligible to apply for this fellowship.

Amount: $47500
Yale Law School Fellowship

Jonas Wang is spending another fellowship year with Civil Rights Corps, which is based in Washington, D.C. At Civil Rights Corps, Jonas works on litigation in several states, including Louisiana, Alabama, and Tennessee, that impose undue economic burdens on criminal defendants.

Scholarships

This scholarship award is for any full-time Senior student with a major program of Criminal Justice, Psychology, or Sociology with a minimum GPA of 2.5 who has demonstrated unmet financial need. This scholarship award is for any full-time Sopho Junior, or Senior student with a major program of Communication Studies, Criminal Justice, Individualized Studies, Paralegal, Political Science, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology or Women’s Studies and a minimum GPA of 2.5 who has demonstrated unmet financial need.

Post-Graduate Fellowships

Fellowships are available in a wide range of practice areas and settings which include civil legal services, criminal defense criminal justice, civil rights. Handouts from this year programs are available: Post Graduate Public Interest Fellowships: An Of The Process and Post Graduate Criminal Justice Fellowships. PIRC counselors can help connect with the Fordham Law alumna who are recipients of a wide range of fellowships including those with the ACLU, Center for Reproductive Rights, Echoing Green, Equal Justice Works, Fulbright, Georgetown Law Clinical Fellowships, New Voices, the Skadden Foundation.

Amount: $47500
Yale Law School Fellowship

Jonas Wang is spending another fellowship year with Civil Rights Corps, which is based in Washington, D.C. At Civil Rights Corps, Jonas works on litigation in several states, including Louisiana, Alabama, and Tennessee, that impose undue economic burdens on criminal defendants.

2014 PSVF Seed Grant Recipients

Gina Clayton has been awarded a seed grant to establish Essie Justice Group in San Francisco, California. Essie Justice Group will work nationally to engage women with incarcerated loved ones, creating a community in which women are united, trained, and empowered to advocate against mass incarceration, which negatively impacts the financial and psychological well-being of the women the criminal justice system often leaves behind.

Public Impact Fellows

This fellowship will provide me with protected research time necessary to best study climate change and its impact on the public health disease known as Valley Fever. The Public Impact Fellowship is an honor and validation of the significance to include Latino participants in research studies to develop culturally appropriate programs to improve clinical outcomes. This fellowship highlights the importance of justice for marginalized populations. In addition, this fellowship is a great source of motivation to continue to conduct research that not only has the potential to improve the lives of those who become involved in the criminal justice system but to increase public safety as well.

Amount: $1000
Scholarships Grants

Rosenberg Gluck, L.L.P. will be awarding a $2.500 scholarship to a deserving student for writing an essay the influence of technology on motor vehicle safety and accident risk. To encourage students to start businesses, the Growthink business plan scholarship aims to help one student advance their studies with a $1,000 grant. At BD Food Safety, the Concordia University-Wisconsin is proud to offer a college scholarship program for two students in the process of pursuing a Bachelor or Master of Science or Food Science degree. Allison Maxim, founder and managing partner of Maxim Smith, wants to empower future generations by offering a scholarship to two motivated committed students interested in pursuing advanced education in social justice, immigration rights, civil rights, anti-harassment, gender .