Since 2017, the Chicago Gun Violence Research Collaborative Fellowship Program has supported graduate students who want to positively affect change that reduces gun violence.
This year, the fellowship will run from October – February and be facilitated via distance technology. The fellowship is open to graduate students who:
- Come from an academic background related to violence or it’s risk and protective factors (public health, medicine, the behavioral sciences, health or social services, etc.)
- Are enrolled in at least 6 credit hours and have taken 12 graduate credits
- Are in good academic standing
See the attached, 1-page description for more detail. Applications are due by September 21st.