AJC Center Research Fellow Application
In its support for the promotion and proliferation of intersectional scholarship, the Anna Julia Cooper Center invests in undergraduate student researchers through the AJC Fellows program. AJC Fellows embark on collective undergraduate research under the advising of AJC staff and affiliated faculty around a common annual theme. The 2016-2017 theme is reproductive justice.

AJC Fellows also work together to plan and execute programs each semester targeting campus and community audiences. The cohort receives ongoing support through workshops, mentoring, and funding.

Applications require a full project proposal, identification of a faculty adviser, and a CV. The AJC Fellows program is open to Wake Forest University undergraduate students in their sophomore year or above.

After you complete this application, please email your full project proposal and your CV to Dr. Dani Parker (parkerld@wfu.edu). Project proposals should also answer the following questions: How does your research identify reproductive justice needs/issues? How does your research fulfill a gap in our understanding in reproductive justice? Who will be impacted by your research? Application packets will not be considered complete until the application, project proposal, and CV have all been submitted.


Name
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Year
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Major
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GPA
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Describe your previous involvement with the undergraduate research How has that involvement informed your interest in serving as a AJC fellow this year?
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What is your understanding of reproductive justice and how do you see your research contributing?
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How does participation in this research fellowship contribute to your overall academic and professional goals?
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Faculty Advisor (Name and Department)
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