PON Graduate Student Grants

The Program on Negotiation Graduate Student Grants Program has been designed to encourage scholarship in the fields of negotiation and conflict resolution, with the aim of supporting cutting edge research at the graduate level.

Awards will be for specific research projects, not for general student support or tuition payments. Grants are limited to $1,000. Scholars may request funding to cover direct costs for research such as subject compensation, remuneration for required support personnel, travel costs for data collection, transcription, project specific software, and other direct research expenses. (These funds are not for salary support or travel to present research.)

Students from any Boston-area school may apply. Proposals will be reviewed twice a year. Upcoming application deadlines are Wednesday, May 1, 2019 and Tuesday, November 19, 2018. PON will make decisions within one month of the deadline.

For application procedures, please click here.

Announcing the Spring 2013 Next Generation Grant and Graduate Student Grant Awardees

PON Staff   •  01/30/2013   •  Filed in PON Graduate Student Grants, PON Next Generation Grants

Twice yearly the Program on Negotiation runs concurrent grant programs: the Next Generation Grant and Graduate Student Grant. The Next Generation Grant program supports research in negotiation and conflict resolution by non-tenured faculty and doctoral students, and the Graduate Student Grant program encourages supports cutting-edge research at the graduate level.

We wish to announce our latest … Read More 

PON Graduate Student Grants Application Procedure

PON Staff   •  02/17/2009   •  Filed in PON Graduate Student Grants, Students

Application Procedure
Upcoming application deadlines are Wednesday, May 1, 2019, and Tuesday, November 19, 2019.

Each application must contain:

a one- to two-page description of the proposed project;
a budget, including all other sources of support for the project;
a curriculum vitae (max 2 page);
a letter of reference from a faculty member familiar with the student’s … Read More 

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