Social Justice Research Paper Awards
The University of Louisville’s Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research is sponsoring its 13th annual Social Justice Research Paper Awards. Students from any discipline are encouraged to apply.
Submission Deadline: April 23, 2020 at 4pm
Submit electronically: email@example.com
Winning papers announced: May 7, 2020
$300 for best graduate essay
$100 each for two best undergraduate essays
- Engage one or more social justice topics. Preference given to papers engaging race, class, gender, sexuality, religion, peace/conflict, environmentalism, disability, and/or age. Papers do NOT have to be about Anne Braden.
- Paper must be 8-25 pages in length (not including reference pages),12 point double-spaced text.
This award can be combined with institutional aid up to the University's total direct cost of attendance plus a stipend. Direct costs include tuition, room, board, & books. UofL is required to adhere to all federal, state, institutional guidelines. If your aid package is adjusted as a result, you will receive notification in university e-mail. Policy info available on-line at louisville.edu/financialaid.
Congratulations to 2019 Social Justice Research Paper Award Winners Sarah McCoy and Hannah White.
Congratulations to 2018 Social Justice Research Paper Award Winners Talyor Ratliff and Bamba Ndiaye.
Congratulations to 2017 Social Justice Research Paper Award Winners Treva Hodges, Caitlin Ray, and Kelsey Voit.
Congratulations to 2016 Social Justice Research Paper Award Winner Tyler Short
Congratulations to 2015 Social Justice Research Paper Awards winner Leah Gravius.
Congratulations to 2014 Social Justice Research Paper Awards winners Aletia Robey and Elisabeth Virgo.
Congratulations to 2013 Social Justice Research Paper Awards winners Emily Maiden, Jacob Eleazer and Gregory Justis.
Congratulations to 2012 Social Justice Research Paper Awards winners Megan Helton, Elizabeth Tatum-Barnes, Brice Nordquist.
Congratulations to 2011 Social Justice Research Paper Awards winners Allison Lutes and Tyler Donovan
Congratulations to 2010 Social Justice Research Paper Awards winners John Vance and Joelle Robinson.