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Global Humanities Justice Fund Student Scholarship

For exemplary performance in Introduction to Global Humanities, GHUM101

The Global Humanities Institute, in collaboration with the Peace and Justice Studies Community, proudly announces a scholarship to support the work of students and faculty actively involved in learning and teaching in the global humanities.

The Global Humanities Justice Fund is created as an endowment by faculty in the Global Humanities Institute to energize, motivate, and support the passion of students and faculty. We strongly believe that adopting a broadly humanistic and global perspective on the issues that confront our world today is an important means of preparing students and faculty for a complex and intricate future, with issues, concerns and opportunities that are unprecedented. We know that in order to address the needs of our societies and communities in the future, we will need a deep understanding of our global interconnectedness. The interdisciplinary work of the global humanities makes possible this deeper understanding, putting a premium on people’s lives and the ways that mutual appreciation of cultural differences and similarities shape our realities.

Fall Semester Student Applications Due November 12, 2018
Please download the application form to be completed and submitted to the Montgomery College Foundation.

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