Political Science Undergraduate Research Award (PSURA)
The Johns Hopkins University Department of Political Science and The Project on American Pluralism, with the generous support of the Kolker-Saxon-Hallock Family Foundation, invites applications for the Political Science Undergraduate Research Award (PSURA). The theme for this award is “Pluralism.” Pluralism is the idea that society is composed of a rich variety of values, beliefs, and opinions. A pluralistic political society recognizes, respects, and learns from religious, ethnic, and cultural differences. The PSURA will provide JHU undergraduates with up to $3000 to perform original research related to pluralism during the 2017–18 academic year.
This award can support projects focused on a wide range of topics related to pluralism. For example, students may propose research that explores:
Please submit a two- to three-page (singled spaced) proposal to Professor Adam Sheingate (email@example.com) that addresses the following:
Proposals are due on October 31, 2017. Awards will be disbursed as soon as projects are approved.