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Jill Greenlee writes on motherhood as a credential for the presidency in US News

New Greenberg Scholars Fund Offers Senior Thesis Research Support

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Jill Greenlee writes in Washington Post blog on how attacks against Hillary Clinton might undermine women's representation

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Jill Greenlee writes chapter for Gender and Political Psychology, an edited volume published by Routledge

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Paul Herron (Ph.D. ’14) secures tenure-track job at Providence College

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Jeffrey Lenowitz Publishes in the American Political Science Review

Artwork by Marty Levin Displayed in Usdan

Jytte Klausen quoted in New York Times on the Terror Threat in Europe

Politics Department Statement on the Ford Hall 2015 Movement

Jytte Klausen Publishes in Special Issue of Social Science Quarterly

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PhD Candidate Matthew Isaacs' article accepted to the Journal of Peace Research

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PhD Candidate Victoria McGroary on Instability in Northern Ireland

Paul Herron Signs Book Contract

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Steve Burg Publishes in Nationalism and Ethnic Politics

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Ryan LaRochelle wins prestigious Robert C. Wood Prize

New Greenberg Scholars Fund Offers Senior Thesis Research Support

Jul. 06, 2016

Attention all rising senior Politics Majors! Become a Greenberg Scholar.

The Politics Department is launching a new small grant opportunity to help support independent research related to the writing of a senior honors thesis in Politics.  The "Greenberg Scholars" fund provides grants ranging from $200 to $1500 be used for research-related expenses, such as essential hardware or software, digital recorders, travel or other justifiable expenses that facilitate the gathering or analysis of evidence to support a high-quality honors thesis.

To apply, please prepare: 1) a brief statement of research objectives, 2) a budget that includes your projected research-related expenses, and 3) a supporting statement from a faculty member.  These materials should be submitted to the Honors Director, Professor Jeffrey Lenowitz, no later than October 15, 2016

A committee of Politics faculty members will consider all applications and funding decisions will be made within 10 days of the application deadline. 

In the spring semester, all "Greenberg Scholars" will participate in a panel where they will present their research.  Greenberg Scholars will be required by the terms of their grant to present at this event. 

This funding opportunity was made possible by a generous donation from the Joshua Greenberg Memorial Fund.  Joshua Greenberg (1970-1998) graduated from Brandeis, '92, with a major in Politics.  The Joshua Greenberg Memorial Fund was established by Joshua's family and friends to honor his life and preserve his memory.