The Human Rights Program presents a variety of opportunities for graduate students from across the University and is unique in its dedication to supporting the next generation of human rights scholars as they develop their research and teaching.
All graduate students
- Research support for all graduate students in multi-year programs
- Competitive grants for the Human Rights Summer Internship Program
- Human Rights faculty members advise M.A. and Ph.D. students on human rights research
- Doctoral students are encouraged to submit papers for presentation at the Human Rights Workshop series, which has launched a three-year cycle of activities to mirror the themes of the Human Rights Initiatives.
- Graduate Lectureship grants offer doctural students and catulty the opportunity to create and teach their own Human Rights courses.
- Doctoral students may work as Teaching Assistants in Human Rights courses.
- In 2014-15, the Program will offer its first Pozen Dissertation Year write-up fellowship.