Every spring, the Center for Public Service & Engaged Scholarship at Harvard College has the pleasure of hosting the Scholarship and Social Justice Undergraduate Research Conference. We are happy to announce that the 2021 Scholarship and Social Justice Undergraduate Research Conference will be held on April 8th & 9th, 2021. We are soliciting proposals from undergraduates who are conducting independent research. This is an opportunity for undergraduates to present research and findings to faculty and peers.
For 2021, we are primarily interested in research that focuses on groups, communities, or issues underrepresented in research. This year, we are looking for proposals that address health, education, and political access. Below are some examples of previous successful proposals. If you have any questions about eligibility, please contact me.
- The Politics of Representation: A Study on the Impact of Electoral Systems in the United States- Mills College
- Incorporating Native Hawaiian Knowledge, Community, and Culture in Health Research: The Challenges of Multicultural Settler Colonialism- Harvard College
- Speaking for Ourselves: The Evolving Activism of Black Psychiatry from Integration to Black Power- Harvard College
- Whose Schizophrenia? How Race, Class, and Gender Intersect with Conceptions of Psychiatric Diagnosis- Wesleyan University