Funding details: The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has provided CJARS with generous support for another two rounds of the CJARS Fellowship Program, one round in 2022 and another in 2023. Each year, we will provide $35,000 in funding to three exceptional proposals.
Program description: CJARS aims to produce a criminal justice data infrastructure that will support the research activities of a wide range of researchers. This solicitation seeks to cultivate a diverse CJARS user base, encouraging interested researchers from a range of backgrounds to consider incorporating CJARS into their ongoing research activities or to build original research projects that feature this novel piece of data infrastructure. To learn more about this opportunity, click on the “Download Program Solicitation” button below. After you have read the program solicitation and have prepared all of your submission materials, click on the “Submission Portal” button below to submit your application.
CJARS is proud to announce the three winners of the 2022 NSF-CJARS Research Fellowship Program. We were humbled by the number of impressive applications that we received and we are excited for the research that our fellows will conduct. Welcome us in congratulating Kat Albrecht, Matias Axelrod, and Naoka Carey.
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology Georgia State University
PhD Student, Economics Department of Economics Michigan State University
PhD Student, Applied Developmental Psychology Lynch School of Education and Human Development Boston College