This podcast episode discusses the application process for the National Institute of Justice’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program, which aims to support doctoral students who are researching the challenges of crime and justice in the U.S.
This twenty minute episode of Justice Today Podcast features the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Director, Dr. Nancy La Vigne’s interview of Dr. Marie Garcia, the Director of NIJ’s Criminal Justice Systems Division, and a former NIJ graduate research fellow. The two discuss the NIJ Graduate Research Fellowship Program application process, Dr. Garcia’s experience as a fellow while attending Temple University, and advice for future applicants. The goal of the program is to increase the number of scholars engaged in research that addresses the challenges of crime and justice in the U.S.; it supports PhD students at accredited academic institutions whose dissertation research is relevant to crime or juvenile justice. Program eligibility is open to all disciplines.
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