The Pozen Family Center for Human Rights sponsors annual awards for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Undergraduate Students Only
Dr. Aizik Wolf Post-Baccalaureate Fellowship in Human Rights: one year-long fellowship awarded to a graduating College student to spend a year working at a non-governmental organization, international human rights body, or government agency.
Undergraduate and Graduate Students
Ignacio Martín-Baró Human Rights Essay Competition: cash prize of $500 awarded to the best essay in three student categories (College, Master's/Professional, and Doctoral).
Graduate Students Only
Pozen Research Grants for PhD Students: grants of up to $5,000 to support both pre-dissertation and dissertation research projects, awarded to PhD students in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
Graduate Lectureships: three lectureships awarded to advanced doctoral students to teach one undergraduate course of their own design.
Pozen Human Rights Dissertation Completion Fellowship: one year-long fellowship awarded to a doctoral student in the Humanities or Social Sciences whose work makes an important contribution to human rights scholarship.