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UH Honors College Students’ Virtual Workshop

UH Honors College Students’ Opportunity

Virtual Workshop on Racial Justice, Minority Rights and Religious Freedom – Global Dimensions of the Black Lives Matter Movement

The following opportunity has been made available to UH Honors College students.  

The Honors College, in conjunction with the Hobby School of Public Affairs Elizabeth D. Rockwell Center on Ethics and Leadership and The Oxford Consortium for Human Rights, will be appointing 5 new fellowships for inclusion in a virtual workshop on Racial Justice, Minority Rights and Religious Freedom - Global Dimensions of the Black Live Matter Movement.

The fellows will meet mornings March 12,13,14, 19,20,21 and 27. 

Please submit a letter of interest that includes any work in human rights and racial justice, well as a CV and/or resume, to EDRCenter@central.uh.edu.

Students will be chosen based on their interest level in the subject matter of racial justice and human rights, and the degree to which such an opportunity can benefit each student. This is world-class professional development opportunity, and we are looking for students who can benefit from international networking in these areas, i.e., students who aim to work in fields related to human rights and racial justice.

The deadline for application is February 19, 2021.  Please direct questions to Dr. Johanna Luttrell, at jluttre2@central.uh.edu

Qualifications: 

  • Must be a student in good standing in the Honors College
  • Coursework or other experience in human rights and/or racial justice.
  • Ability to conduct oneself with flexibility, independence, and professionalism in an elite setting
  • Ability to attend and handle extra academic work during March