Cravath International Fellowships

Part of the Winter Term International Travel Grants program, Cravath International Fellowships provide funding to a selected number of HLS students to pursue academic projects with an international, transnational, or comparative law focus. Priority will be given to J.D. students, but LL.M. students are also eligible to compete for selection. Although Cravath Fellows' projects may involve clinical placements, efforts will be made to first fund the strongest research proposals.

Winter Term International Travel Grants

HLS J.D. and LL.M. students who will be traveling abroad in furtherance of an approved Winter Term Writing or Clinical project who meet basic eligibility requirements will receive a Winter Term International Travel Grant of $800. All students meeting these criteria will automatically be considered for additional support.

The Geopolitics of Energy Project

The Geopolitics of Energy Project explores the intersection of energy, security, and international politics. The project aims to improve our understanding of how energy demand and supply shape international politics and vice versa. It also endeavors to inform policymakers and students about major challenges to global energy security and, where possible, to propose new ways of thinking about and addressing these issues. The project focuses both on conventional and alternative energies, as both will influence and be influenced by geopolitical realities.

Democracy Fellowship

Democracy Fellowships aim to support scholars and research that are excellent in two dimensions: 1) First, research must illuminate aspects of democratic governance in ways that are outstanding according to the standards of the applicant's academic discipline. 2) Second, research must provide normative or practical guidance regarding an urgent substantive policy or social problem.

The Future of Diplomacy Project

The Future of Diplomacy Project is dedicated to promoting the study and understanding of diplomacy, negotiation and statecraft in international politics today. The Project aims to build Harvard Kennedy School's ability to teach in this area, to support research in modern diplomatic practice and to build public understanding of diplomacy's indispensible role in an increasingly complex and globalized world.

Physicians for Human Rights

The Physicians for Human Rights student chpater at HMS, known as the Harvard Student Human Rights Collaborative (HSHRC), is comprised of students and clinical faculty who firmly believe that health is a human right, and that protecting human rights is integral to health. HSHRC’s principal aim is to use medicine as a platform to raise awareness about human rights violations and advocate on behalf of vulnerable and persecuted peoples.

W.E.B. Du Bois Graduate Society

W.E.B. DU BOIS GRADUATE SOCIETY promotes scholarly research across Faculty of Arts and Sciences disciplines, about issues of concern to the minority community as well as providing an environment supportive of such research. Activities include sponsoring the W.E.B. Du Bois Colloquium, publishing an annual journal, offering informal talks and discussions, hosting social events and fostering a sense of community among scholars whose racial and/or ethnic groups have been historically under-represented in academia.

Black Students Association

The purpose of the Harvard Black Students' Association is to establish a sense of community, or more appropriately, communities. The BSA shall endeavor to establish and promote interaction among black students at Harvard College. In addition, the BSA shall endeavor to promote interaction among all members of the Harvard community. As a means to the aforementioned goals the BSA shall organize venues and channels to address those issues.

Mortimer Hays-Brandeis Traveling Fellowship

The Mortimer Hays Brandeis Traveling Fellowship provides support to students in the visual and fine arts -- including art history, conservation, studio art, and photography -- for travel and living expenses outside the continental United States, Alaska, and Hawaii, in accordance with a program of activities approved by the Fellowship Selection Committee.


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