Fellowships, Scholarships, and Awards
Dr. David Gerstein has established an endowed fund, named in honor of his parents, at Butler University that will support travel and research related to the study of the Jewish Holocaust. Additional information can be found on the CHASE website.
The Peace and Conflict Studies Program (PACS) has grants available for summer travel to do research or service in the Middle East (in particular in Israel/Palestine). These grants of between $500 and $1000 are intended to help offset the cost of travel and should not be expected to cover all expenses. In the semester after your travel you will be required to make a presentation about your experiences and turn in a brief final report to the PACS Director. To apply, or if you have questions, contact PACS Director, Dr. Margaret Brabant, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer 2015 recipient: Hadeel Said
Summer 2017 Recipients: Annika London, Hadeel Said
Each spring during LAS Awards Day, Peacebuilder Awards are given to Butler students who have demonstrated a commitment to dialogue, activism, and education in the service of peace and justice.
- 2016 award winners were Sara Doverspike, Annika London and Ellie Rowley
- 2017 award winners were Hadeel Said and Autumn Tyler
- 2018 award winner was Ben Martella