Dissertation Research Grant Application
Thank you for your interest in IRRPP's Dissertation Research Grant!
The application consists of the following:
- the application form below;
- a 2-3, single-spaced research project description;
- an itemized budget with a short budget narrative;
- a brief letter of support from your advisor.
The research project description should include:
- the research question/s and need, including the importance, relevance, and centrality of race/ethnicity for the research project;
- the methodology;
- the relevance of the research project to IRRPP’s mission to promote engaged research on racial and ethnic justice, including increasing society’s understanding of the causes of racial and ethnic inequality; and providing the public, organizers, practitioners, and policymakers with research- based policy solutions. IRRPP defines policy-relevant projects broadly as those that can be used to inform and influence the various stages of the policy process including public debates on policy issues, policy-related political mobilizations, policy formation and implementation processes, and policy evaluations.
- a project timeline.
Please note: Once you click submit, you should receive an emailed copy of your application within 5-10 minutes. If you don't receive the email within 5-10 minutes, the application did not go through, and you will need to resubmit it.