Research in Ethics 2013
Awards for Students for Research in Ethics in any Discipline
Applications accepted through November 8, 2013.
Who is eligible? This program accepts applications from full-time students currently enrolled in upper-level courses (300- and 400-level for undergraduates; second year for graduates) at John Jay College.
How many awards will be made? Up to nine awards of $2,000.00 each will be made.
When will the awards be made? Students who are chosen for an award will be notified in early December 2013. Awardees will be expected to attend a meeting in January 2014 and begin work as soon as possible. Research projects should be completed by the end of April 2014.
Is the information online? Yes, the application materials are downloadable from this page, please right-click on this link to either open or save a copy of the detailed instructions: Ethics Award Announcement FA 2013
The information should also be available from the webpage of the Office of Undergraduate Research.
Who can I contact to discuss an idea for a proposal? Stop in to the Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics in Room 08.70 on the 8th floor of the New Building Tower on weekday afternoons or send email to Margaret Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The funding for this award program comes from Steve and Elly Hammerman, whose donation to the College reflects their strong interest in the study of ethics across the curriculum