Graduate Research Fellowship: 2005
The Graduate Research Fellowship provides dissertation research support
to outstanding doctoral candidates undertaking independent research
on issues in crime and justice. Students from any academic discipline
are encouraged to apply and propose original research that has direct
implications for criminal justice. NIJ encourages diversity in approaches
and perspectives in its research programs and awards these fellowships
to support doctoral students who will contribute critical and innovative
thinking to pressing justice problems. Due Date: September 15, 2005.
Helping outreach programs to expand
Grassroots community- and faith-based victim service organizations
and coalitions are eligible for funding to improve outreach and services
to crime victims through support of program development, networking,
coalition building, and service delivery. Funds may be used to develop
program literature, train advocates, produce a newsletter, support
victim outreach efforts, and recruit volunteers.
Antiterrorism and Emergency Assistance Program
Funding is available to provide timely relief and to help respond to
immediate and ongoing challenges in providing victim assistance services
in the aftermath of cases of terrorism or mass violence.