Department Campus Address:
Department of Political Science
University of Cincinnati
Crosley Tower, room 1110
Mail Location - 0375
Office: (513) 556-3300
Purpose: To support a human rights service project, work experience, research or study abroad of no less than two weeks outside the United States and Canada.
Award: $2,500 Maximum
Application Deadline: February 1, by 5 pm.
Eligibility: Current full time UC undergraduate student with a 2.7 or higher GPA (scale of 4.0) with zero UC balance (no delinquent obligations). Applications will be evaluated based on the merit of the proposal, the student's record, and financial need. Preference to:
Applicants for the Human Rights Scholarship must report all other grants and scholarships received for the project to the IHRC Program Director upon receipt of award notification.
Report Within 30 days of return to the U.S., the student must submit a report of two or more pages to the IHRC Project Director highlighting the importance of the trip to your education as well as noting what will you give back to the University based on your international experience. Submit expenditure receipts to obtain reimbursement by following reimbursement procedures.
Questions? Contact Professor Laura Dudley Jenkins, 1114 Crosley Tower, firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-556-3308.
Contact your Academic Advisor and/or Program Director with a draft proposal and discuss the details. Obtain that faculty member's signed approval on the final application that should include the following:
Narrative and Budget (Include applicant name and project title as page header)
Submit application to email@example.com or to the office (room 1114, Crosley Tower) or mailbox (in room 1106, Crosley Tower) of Professor Laura Jenkins in the Department of Political Science.
The Tolley International Human Rights Scholarship will provide annual undergraduate scholarships for a service project, work experience, research, or study abroad program outside North America. Tax deductible contributions for the scholarship fund can be made online or by mail to Denise Carl, Senior Director, UC Foundation-A&S Development, McMicken College of Arts and Sciences, University of Cincinnati, PO Box 210367, Cincinnati, OH 45221-0367.
During his 27 years at UC Professor Tolley with a PhD from Columbia and a UC law J.D. offered a dozen different public law classes in the American and International sub-fields -- from US Constitutional Law to International Organization. After joining the faculty in 1984 he served as undergraduate program director, acting department head, academic adviser for pre-law students and international affairs majors, and organization adviser for the Political Science Student Association/Model UN team, Amnesty International, and UUs at UC. In recognition, he was awarded the 2005 Barbour Award for service in student faculty relations, was named 2007 student organization advisor of the year and received the 2010 UC Faculty Award for Exemplary Contributions in Service (accompanying tribute available online.) His first book, Children and War, was recognized by American Scholar as one of the foremost university press books of 1973-74, and his monographs on the UN Commission on Human Rights and International Commission of Jurists were well reviewed.