The Cooper McElvaney Peace and Justice Fellowship aims to provide undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to deepen their understanding of social justice work with a faith-based organization in their discipline. The Fellow may choose either a service or a research-based project. The student will be responsible for project design under the guidance of the Chaplain’s office or a faculty mentor. The student will be to complete a total of 100 hours of research or service and will make a presentation at a luncheon in the Fall semester.
To apply please click on the link to go to www.connect.smu.edu/forms
and search for the Cooper McElvaney Fellowship form.
Applications due April 22, 2020.
For inquiries contact Sungman (Tyler) Kim, Program Coordinator
Office of the Chaplain, HTSC Suite 316B
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