The Office of Peace and Justice at Loyola University Maryland is currently awarding grants supporting Loyola faculty research exploring the study of peace and justice. Up to two $4,000 grants will be awarded. Applications are welcome from tenured, tenure-track, and full-time affiliate Loyola faculty across all academic disciplines.
Proposals may explore any topic or question promoting knowledge of peace and justice and should advance one or more of the following aims:
- Understanding of the causes and consequences of violent conflict, the systematic sources of injustice, and/or the inter-relationship of peace and justice
- Disciplinary/interdisciplinary analysis of concrete cases of conflict
- Application of conflict resolution and/or peacebuilding skills in interpersonal, institutional, societal, or global contexts
- Development of theoretical or practical models for promoting peace and justice
Research may include, but is not limited to: the completion of a book project, journal article, book chapter, or other discipline-specific outcome; the development of research in progress; and costs related to fieldwork research. Costs associated with conference attendance, conference registration, professional dues, publication expenses (indexing, copyright fees, etc), and other forms of professional development will not be considered.
The grant is intended to support research conducted between June 1 - December 31, 2018.
Deadline for submission: April 10, 2018
Applications should include the following:
- A narrative not exceeding 1,000 words outlining purpose of research, how research advances study of peace and justice, research plan, expected outcomes, and likelihood of success (including a summary of outcomes for past grants received at Loyola and/or other funding bodies)
- A statement of support from department chair
- An updated CV
- A budget may be included but is not required
Proposals will be evaluated in terms of how well the proposed research fulfills the above requirements. For accepted proposals, a final report is due Feb. 1, 2019 summarizing research and proposed outcomes.
Applications should be submitted electronically to the director of the Office of Peace and Justice, Dr. John Kiess, at firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on April 10, 2018. Proposals will be reviewed by the Peace and Justice Steering Committee and decisions will be announced by April 28, 2018.