Cutoff time: February 4, 2022
Applications for the CRIMSL Research Cluster for the Study of Racism and Inequality Research Fellowship 2022 are presently open. The CRIMSL Research Cluster for the Study of Racism and Inequality welcomes applications for a Research Fellowship for one PhD understudy for the time of March 1 to August 31, 2022.
The Fellow will direct research for the group that will prompt the improvement of a getting house free from data on institutional drives that have been executed to address the idea of racial and primary imbalance in a scope of social foundations, including yet not restricted the criminal equity framework, lodging, government assistance and social help, instruction, and medical care.
In such manner, the Fellow will begin by reporting the ways that advanced education organizations specifically, i.e., colleges in Canada and then some, have found a way ways to address imbalance in information creation, portrayal and variety. Following this, the examination center might move to other significant organizations outside the instructive area.
- The Fellow will collect both quantitative and qualitative data that ultimately will help other researchers understand what kinds of model programs exist at different institutions; how these various programs approach problems of systemic racism and inequality; and how the apparent successes of these programs’ templates may be measured and evaluated.
- The Fellow will have the opportunity to present their findings at one of the Cluster’s monthly works in progress workshops, and also to publish at least one sole or first authored peer reviewed article related to these findings if they wish to do so. The database will be made available on the cluster website for all current and future graduate students, and may also benefit other visiting fellows, faculty, and various other CRIMSL affiliates.
- The Fellow will also help to create infrastructure that will allow the database to be updated on an annual basis once it has been established.
- Fellow will receive a stipend of $10,000.
- Open to PhD students in Canada;
- The applicants research should focus on racism and inequality.
Submit your application with the following materials to: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com by 5:00 pm, 4 February 2022:
- Graduate transcript
- Application statement of up to 500 words explaining your:
- interest in the fellowship
- research experience to date
- ideas for what might be included in the database to be constructed
For more details, visit CRIMSL Fellowship.