We are pleased to announce the Social Science Diversity Initiative [SSDI] Graduate Student Travel and Research Grant competition. The primary goal of the SSDI is to create an interdisciplinary community of scholars who conduct social scientific research on the intersection of race, gender and class at Indiana University-Bloomington. An integral dimension of our larger goal is to provide resources to graduate students who are conducting original social scientific research in the area of race and ethnicity in the United States [U.S.], or the intersection of race, gender and class in the U.S. To this end, we will be awarding at least four (4) Graduate Student Travel and Research Grants for up to $2,500 to support Indiana University-Bloomington graduate students who are conducting original social scientific research on the aforementioned topic areas.
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