Center Scholarships and Incentives

The following project based scholarships are available to Wayne State undergraduate and graduate students focusing in Peace and Conflict Studies:

  • Lillian Genser Internship in Peace Through the Arts and Humanities
  • Cardno-J.F. New Scholarship for Environmental Conflict (joint with WSU Environmental Science Program)
  • Beverly and Robert Hacker Internship for Overcoming Disabilities
  • Bernard and Norma Goldman Undergraduate Scholarship in Conflict Resolution
  • Jacob and Helen Warratt Graduate Scholarship in Dispute Resolution
  • Joella Gipson Scholarship in Social Justice
  • Douglas Ross Fellowship for Graduate Study on the Israeli-Palestinian Dispute

The Center welcomes donors and sponsors who would like establish or endow student support in a general or specialized field of Peace and Conflict Studies.


Partial Scholarships and Internships 

Through the support of generous donors we are able to offer partial and limited internships and scholarships - click here for details.

Students may apply to either the internship or scholarship programs by submitting a letter of interest to the director of the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, together with a letter of reference, and current resume. Questions may be directed by e-mail to Dr. Pearson at

Submit application(s) to:

Dr.Frederic S. Pearson, Director
Center  for Peace and Conflict Studies
Wayne State University
656 W. Kirby Rd.
2325 Faculty/Administration Bldg.
Detroit, MI 48202


University Funding Sources

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