UCR Program on Global Studies
Research Funding for
Graduate and Undergraduate UCR Students
PoGS is co-Directed by Professors Juliann Allison (Political Science) and Christopher Chase-Dunn (Sociology).
Four student research stipends ($500 each – two for graduate students and two for undergraduates) are available to support original research projects on
global processes and social change. One page (single-spaced) proposals stating the research problem and plan should be submitted to Nelda Thomas,
IROWS Administrative Assistant. Your name, contact information, and a brief (roughly 100 word) summary stating how this project fits into your education
at UCR should be provided on a second page. The POGS co-directors will review the proposals and will award the stipends to the four most promising projects
(2 graduate and 2 undergraduate. The deadline for submission of research proposals is February 1, 2009. Students receiving this support may be asked to
present their findings at a public meeting of the PoGS symposium. Recipients of the research stipends will be notified by February 15, 2009.
Mail Proposals to:
College Building South
The Program on Global Studies is the UCR branch
of the Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC),
a multi-campus research unit of the