Ignatian Fellows for Social Justice in the PhD program
The School of Social Work at Loyola University Chicago is announcing two full-time Ignatian Fellows for Social Justice in the PhD Program. This opportunity was created to address underrepresented populations in the current PhD programs in the U.S. According to the Annual Statistics of Social Work Education in the U.S. 2015 (CSWE), under 20 percent of PhD graduates were of African American/Other Black, Latino/Hispanic, Puerto Rican, Chicano/Mexican American and American Indian/Native American/Indigenous descent. Applicants from countries that also meet the above population criteria are welcome to apply.
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