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This exciting funding opportunity supports undergraduate research in any area of international studies. Research may be conducted independently, in congruence with an honors thesis, or while studying abroad. Awards will be up to $2000 each.
This working group brings together experts from behavioral economics, psychology, public health, and business to identify and solve persistant health challenges in the US and the developing world.
"The Black Room" deals with an inclusive space that exists to foster critical reflection and exchange about foundational terms and concepts in African American and African Diaspora Studies.
This program addresses the interrelationship between rapid urbanization, infrastructure construction and management, and urban livelihoods in the Global South.
Global Adolescent Health aims to improve the well-being of the adolescent population (young people ages 10-19) by examining the modifiable, multi-level determinants of adolescent health.
Water Management focuses on the interdisciplinary implications for improving water security in California and other Mediterranean climate regions.