Brudnick Center Student Research Award

The Brudnick Center on Violence and Conflict supports research that seeks solutions to problems of hostility and hatred arising from inter-group conflict and differences. The expectation is that the research results will lead to increased understating of the sources of inter-group tension and hatred in order to promote cooperation between and among groups.

Eligibility: All College of Social Sciences and Humanities graduate students at Northeastern University are eligible.

Deadline: March 31, 2017

Decisions will be made by April 14, 2017

Award Amount: $ 2, 000

Application Materials:

  • A two-page statement that describes the research project (research questions, theoretical framework, research methodology and importance of the project to seeking solutions to inter-group conflict and violence)
  • Curriculum vitae or Resume of the applicant
  • Letter of support by faculty familiar with applicant’s research (Have faculty member submit recommendation online or through email)

Reporting Requirements:
Successful applicant will submit a two-page, mid-year report and a two-page, final report to the Brudnick Center Program Director.

Submit to:

Brudnick Center on Violence and Conflict

948 Renaissance Park

Northeastern University


submit online at:


This award is made possible by the Irving and Betty Brudnick Fund