INSTITUTE ON GLOBAL CONFLICT & COOPERATION


Over the years, IGCC has committed significant resources to stimulating independent research and course development on the causes of international conflict and opportunities to promote international cooperation. From its teaching seminar series (1993–2000) aimed at undergraduate audiences to today’s multi-week "boot camps" at UC San Diego for graduate students and young practitioners, IGCC has been at the forefront of providing training and programs suited to a multi-disciplinary audience. Grants to UC faculty have seeded larger projects and resulted in the publication of cutting-edge results. IGCC has provided almost 500 dissertation fellowships to support UC graduate students and remains one of the largest sources of funding for social science Ph.D.s in the nation.

For more information about any of these opportunities please link to: http://igcc.ucsd.edu/support/201213-funding-competition/.

Or contact Laura Martin, Program Manager, at lauramartin@ucsd.edu, and 858-534-2990.


2013 Public Policy and Nuclear Threats Training Program

The Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation is beginning to recruit participants for our 2013 Public Policy and Nuclear Threats Training Program which will take place at UCSD August 4-22, 2013.  Please find more information about this training by visiting: 
http://igcc.ucsd.edu/workshops/public-policy-and-nuclear-threats/ppnt-summer-boot-camp.htm 

CGIRS is the campus program parter of the Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC)

Questions should be directed to IGCC Programs Manager, Laura Martin


STUDENT SUPPORT

IGCC provides funding for UC graduate students from all ten campuses through its fellowship, internship, and grant competitions. It also provides intensive summer training programs in residence at UC San Diego.IGCC has provided fellowships for more than 470 UC graduate students, enabling them to conduct fieldwork or spend a year focused on writing and polishing their dissertation. IGCC also offers special dissertation fellowships that provide students with access to resources at Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Laboratories or in Washington, D.C.The interdisciplinary Graduate Internship Summer Program in Washington, D.C. is open to graduate students with a strong interest in international affairs. Over the past ten years, students have been placed at such diverse organizations as the World Bank, the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, the Asia Foundation, Human Rights Watch, Women, Law, and Development International, the Congressional Research Service, Physicians for Social Responsibility, World Resources Institute, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and the International Human Rights Law Group/Cambodia Project.IGCC maintains a searchable database of more than 400 fellowships, grants, internships, prizes, and other funding opportunities for students and faculty and sends out monthly reminders of upcoming deadlines in the IGCC Campus Email Alert (sign up here).


FACULTY GRANTS


IGCC provides funding for UC faculty from all ten campuses through its grant competitions and by providing seed money to jump-start larger collaborative projects.

Intensive summer training programs in residence at UC San Diego are open to junior faculty, and senior faculty have the opportunity to serve as speakers and mentors for cohorts of up-and-coming young researchers.

IGCC maintains a searchable database of more than 400 fellowships, grants, internships, prizes, and other funding opportunities for students and faculty and sends out monthly reminders of upcoming deadlines in the IGCC Campus Email Alert. (sign up here).