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New Funding Opportunity for Criminal and Juvenile Justice Doctoral Researchers

March 7, 2024 522

A new collaboration between the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) and the U.S. National Science Foundation has founded the Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF) program – a graduate research funding opportunity for doctoral students who support the mission of the NIJ. The GRF program will support researchers who focus on relevant criminal or juvenile justice issues, including forensic science, criminology, technology for law enforcement, and other related topics. All researchers in science and engineering fields are encouraged to explore this fellowship opportunity.

The fellowship will provide selected researchers up to three years of financial support within a five-year period. This program will accept 20 new fellows this year and will provide the following:

  • $41,000/year student salary
  • $16,000/year cost of education allowance
  • $3,000/year research expenses

Applications for the Graduate Research Fellowship are now being accepted here. The grants.gov application deadline is April 10, 2024, and the JustGrants deadline is April 17. For questions or more information about this program, contact the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) Response Center at 800-851-3420, 301-240-6310 (TTY for hearing-impaired callers only), or grants@ncjrs.gov.

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