“Social Justice refers to a concept in which equity or justice is achieved in every aspect of society rather than in only some aspects or for some people. A world organized around social justice principles affords individuals and groups fair treatment as well as an impartial share or distribution of the advantages and disadvantages within a society.” -Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice, Adams, Bell, Griffin, 2nd ed., Routledge 2007
Engage@EMU is delighted to announce the Kirk and Sharon Profit Social Justice Research Fund, a $3500 award for an individual or team of EMU full-time lecturers, tenure track and/or tenured faculty to engage in public research focused on issues of justice (racial, gender, religious, economic, etc.). This award may also include some limited travel funding.
The 2020 fellowship is in collaboration with EMU's Center for Jewish Studies.
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