2019-2020 Social Justice Fellows
To encourage innovation and scholarship, the institute has established a Social Justice Fellowship Program that, through grants, funds faculty and student activities that advance 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 current fellows:
Center for Engineering Action (CEngA) Symposium on Responsible Community Partnerships
Andrew Rollins, Kurt Rhoads, Umut Gurkan, and Lynn Rollins
Center for Engineering Action Leadership Team
Israeli Practices towards the Palestinian People and the Question of Apartheid with Dr. Richard Falk