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All scholarships have spring deadlines. Further information is sent to
IPCR students by Nicole Smith, IPCR Program Coordinator, at the
beginning of the spring semester. Contact Nicole at email@example.com
with any questions.
The Charles O. and Margaret Lerche Travel Grant
This grant was created in honor of Charles O. Lerche, former professor of International Relations and former SIS Dean, and is awarded to a continuing IPCR/EPGA graduate student. Grants are intended to provide support to outstanding IPCR/EPGA graduate students pursuing practical learning experiences or research in the field of International Peace and Conflict Resolution and American peace policy. Grants may be applied toward international or domestic travel related to SRP/thesis research, internship experience or conference attendance. The grant is intended for students who, without funding, may otherwise be unable to travel. Multiple grants will be awarded per year, depending on the funding requested in submitted applications.
The Pat and Jerry Mische Family Scholarship
Each year, the Mische Scholarship will be awarded to an African student in the IPCR Master's Program who shows the potential to make a significant contribution to peace and conflict resolution in Africa.The award will be granted in the spring semester for the student's tuition expenses in the following academic year.Students can apply for $1,500.
The Abdul Aziz Said Scholarship
The Abdul Aziz Said Scholarship was created in honor of Professor Said's 50 years of teaching in the School of International Service, which included eleven years of service as the Founding Director of the International Peace and Conflict Resolution (IPCR) Program. This scholarship is awarded to an IPCR or EPGA graduate student entering his/her second year (or beyond) who aspires to Professor Said's lifelong commitment to global peace, intercultural understanding, and promotion of human rights and human dignity through the pursuit of public service and social justice as core foundations of peace. The scholarship will be awarded in the amount of $5,000 to two students.
The Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Scholarship
Each year, the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Foundation donates the amount of $1,000 to be awarded to an IPCR or EPGA MA student who has demonstrated a commitment to service and to peace.The award will be granted in the spring semester for the student's tuition expenses in the following academic year.