The recipient or recipients of the Morris Abrams Award shall be a person or persons who, by receipt of the award, may be enabled, assisted or encouraged to commence or continue meaningful involvement in the field of international relations, whether such an involvement be academic or otherwise, including the related disciplines of public service, journalism, and diplomacy.
PhD candidate working on issues of world peace. There are no restrictions to age, residence, sex, race, creed, political or religious beliefs.
Amount of Grant
The amount of the stipend may be up to $6,000 given to an individual or divided between two qualified individuals.
Method of Selection
Applicants must submit their application by March 6th of each year, but if, in the opinion of the Committee, no one qualifies, an award need not be given in any one year. The recipient, if any, will be notified by June 10, 2016.
The Award Committee will consist of representatives of the Political Science Department of Case Western Reserve University, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, the Jewish Family Service Association College Financial Aid Program, and the National Council of Jewish Women, Cleveland Section.