Supports Public Policy Student Scholarships
The CISSM Target of Opportunity fund will support exploratory research, education, and outreach efforts on security policy problems for which CISSM does not currently have dedicated grant funding. Current areas of interest include the dynamics of civil violence; the security implications of climate change in countries with weak governance; and revisiting the morality of nuclear deterrence decades after the Cold War has ended. Help expand international cooperation in a world with evolving security concerns. Contribute to the CISSM Target of Opportunity fund today.
Help support the next generation of undergraduate leaders dedicated to cultural pluralism, advocacy, and social change. Your gift supports resources for Rawlings Fellows and prepares them for leadership roles.
More and more frequently, the internship opportunities that interest our students are uncompensated. Your gift will ensure that our Public Policy students can still pay their bills while exploring a meaningful hands-on learning experience. They can work on real projects that allow them to apply the analytical skills they gain in class to challenges faced by non-profit, government, and volunteer organizations.
The Do Good Institute is a campus-wide hub of social innovation and a center of research and thought leadership in philanthropy and social change.
In memory of Tom Schelling, this fund will support policy students, research and a lectureship.