CHRC supports Loyola faculty through reduced course loads when they participate in our research projects. The Fellowship is meant to significantly enhance the professional development of the faculty. Our Fellowships can support research projects that identify a problem that has not previously been recognized, develop new policy ideas to address familiar problems, or offer a new advocacy strategy.
The following are the projects conduct by CHRC Faculty Fellowships:
Noah Sobe, 2009, Evolution of Children's Rights in Central and East Europe
James Garbarino, A Children's Right to a Healthy Environment (2010), Living in a World of Violence- The Child's Right to be Safe (2008), Children and the Dark Side of Human Experience (2008), See Jane Hit (2006), And Words Can Hurt Forever (2002), Lost Boys (2001), Parents Under Seige (2001), Children and Families in the Social Environment (1992), Special Children, Special Risks (1987), The Psychologically Battered Child (1986)
Terry Northcut, 2011, African Children's Rights Fellowship
Julia Pryce, 2014, Orphan and Vulnerable Youth Project
- See also our participation in the Orphan and Vulnerable Youth Project here.