Nearly $400 million in external awards help fund Case Western Reserve University's research enterprise each year. Explore our research.
Scholars across a range of specialties at Case Western Reserve University continuously demonstrate their commitment to and passion for research and engagement in the broader community to advance justice. These faculty members produce scholarship that addresses disparities, inequalities, oppression, social policy, technology, movements and change.
While the Institute's Leadership Team members conduct individual research related to their particular specialties, they combine their talents for the betterment of the East Cleveland community for one of the institute's major initiatives, the Voicing and Action Project. In addition, the leadership team helps to oversee the Social Justice Research Fellowship Program, which awards grants to undergraduates, graduate students and faculty members for innovative investigative research.
The Kelvin Smith Library also hosts an Online Research Guide for the campus and community, an excellent resources for academics and activists conducting research, designing curricula and looking for information to support their efforts.
To learn more about social justice research at the Institute and CWRU or to become involved, contact the Social Justice Institute at 216.368.7568 or firstname.lastname@example.org.