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EMU Center For Study Of Equality And Human Rights Seeking Research Grant Proposals
Originally printed 1/24/2013 (Issue 2104 - Between The Lines News)
YPSILANTI - The Center for the Study of Equality and Human Rights at Eastern Michigan University is seeking proposals for participation in its Research Awards and Speaker Series Program.
The mission of the Center for the Study of Equality and Human Rights is to promote, support, and disseminate research focused on LGBT equality and human rights.
The Research Awards program is designed to stimulate LGBT public policy oriented academic research in the Social Sciences, Communication and Media Arts, Human Services, Education, and Arts disciplines. Grants awarded to faculty offer a quarter release time to conduct research consistent with the mission of the Center.
Faculty members working at U.S. post-secondary institutions and doctoral students in these disciplines are eligible for and encouraged to submit proposals.
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