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Congratulations to the 2023 Mini-Grant Winners!

Jeb Beagles presentation

Conflict and Collaboration Mini-Grant Awards

The awards selection is based on potential contribution to scholarship, possibility of future funding, consistency with the goals of PARCC, and cost-effectiveness.

Funds support such activities as data acquisition, survey design, hosting research conferences at Maxwell and research assistance.

John Burdick Mini-Grant Awards

The program supports faculty and graduate student projects that conduct research on social movements and social change or employ community-based research methods (e.g., ethnography, intensive fieldwork, action research) in partnership with social movement organizations.

In memory of the life and legacy of John Burdick (1959-2020), professor of anthropology at the Maxwell School, champion of PARCC and director of its advocacy and activism research area. To support the establishment of a fund in his honor, consider making a gift to the Maxwell Dean's Restricted Fund in memory of John Burdick.

John Burdick teaching students
Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration
400 Eggers Hall