James Morrow is a professor of political science at the University of Michigan, and served as 2009 CICS International Security & Development Fellow. He developed and taught an advanced international studies seminar titled Causes and Consequences of War, and is pictured here in January 2009 delivering the CICS sponsored lecture: Security Challenges Facing the U.S.
In order to develop a broader curriculum of engaging courses for international studies concentrators and minors, the Program in International and Comparative Studies (PICS) offers financial support to University of Michigan faculty members developing new undergraduate courses focusing on either human rights or international security and development. Faculty from any department are welcome to apply.
Learn more about the current PICS fellows.
A $16,000 stipend for U-M faculty to develop and teach a new course with significant international human rights content and an interdisciplinary perspective. Fellows are also asked to deliver one public lecture and submit a brief article for PICS publication.
A $16,000 stipend for U-M faculty members to develop and teach a new course with significant international security & development content and an interdisciplinary perspective. Fellows are also asked to deliver one public lecture and submit a brief article for PICS publication.
Calls for Applications
Follow either of the links above for more information and application materials. New calls are announced via e-mail in December each year and will also be posted on this website. Please let us know if you would like to be added to our e-mail list.
Applications are due by Thursday, February 7, 2013 by 5pm (for teaching during 2013-2014 academic year)