Fellowship Opportunity: Dissertation Research in the Social and Behavioral Sciences

The National Institute of Justice, the scientific research arm of the Department of Justice, is looking for doctoral students with innovative research that aims to solve problems faced by criminal justice practitioners. The deadline to apply for a Social and Behavioral Science Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF) is December 15, 2015.

Academic institutions can submit applications on behalf of promising students in the final stages of their dissertation program, whose research is relevant to preventing and controlling crime and ensuring the fair and impartial administration of justice. Awarded applicants will receive up to $32,000 in stipend and research support.

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