Encouraging Fresh Perspectives
Social Justice Research Fellowships
The Social Justice Institute Leadership Team members represent a wide variety of disciplines and research interests and are always looking to expand their knowledge and extend the university's reach. Case Western Reserve University students are no less inquisitive and committed to pursuing social justice in a myriad of ways.
To encourage innovation and scholarship, the institute has established a Social Justice Research Fellowship Program that, through grants, funds faculty and student research that advances social justice work, from humanistic inquiry to action research.
Previous grants have supported proposals that focus on issues that are both local and global. From youth development to elderly care; from political systems to individual recovery efforts, these projects have represented the same diversity as their recipients. The Social Justice Institute is proud to announce the faculty, graduate and undergraduate research fellows, past and present:
Anthropology-Engineering Collaborative (AEC): Designing Interdisciplinary Solutions to Global Health Problems
With Co-Researcher Andrew Rollins
Anthropology- Engineering Collaborative (AEC): Designing Interdisciplinary Solutions to Global Health Problems
With Co-Researcher Janet W. McGrath
Project: In Search Of . . . Smarter and Fairer Approaches to Federal Tax Subsidies
Proposal: Lost and Found - Collective Identity Recovery through Legacy
Project collaboration with Morgan Bulger + Keimei Sugiyama
Proposal: Forest Hill Neighborhood Study - How Racial and Cultural Affinities Inform Residential Preferences and Considerations of Neighborhood Desirability
Proposal: The Quest for Rights & Justice in Authoritarian Enclaves
Proposal: Masculinities, Fatherhood, and Marginalized Urban Communities
Proposal: An Interdisciplinary Engineering-focused Social Justice Capstone
Project: The Effects of TRAP Laws on the Timing of Abortion
Elizabeth NalepaGraduate Student, Department of Sociology
Proposal: Masculinity, Gender Norms and HIV Risk in Low-Income Communities in Kampala, Uganda: An ethnographic pilot study
Megan Schmidt-SaneGraduate Student, Medical Anthropology (Graduate School of Arts + Sciences)
Proposal: Transnational Health Care in Urban Brazil
Proposal: Belonging and Experience: An Ethnographic Study of Addiction Treatment in the Post-Welfare United States
Proposal: Family Care Arrangement and Elder Mistreatment for Dementia Patients in China
Proposal: "Hip-Hop Education and Learning (HEAL)"