ASA/BJS Small Grants Research
Analysis of Crime
and Justice Data
The American Statistical Association (ASA) Committee on Law and Justice Statistics announces a small grant program
for the analysis of Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) and other justice related data. This program is designed to encourage
the creative and appropriate use of these data to inform substantive and methodological issues. Other than these
criteria, there are no restrictions placed on the topic of a submission and no preference will be given to specific topics.
Dissertation research may qualify for these funds and young investigators are encouraged to apply. Research is to be
completed within a two-year period. Awards are typically in the range of $25,000 to $30,000, although exceptional projects
as high as $40,000 will be considered.
Proposals must be postmarked by April 20, 2009.
STEM Education |
| Development & Learning Science |
| Chemistry |
International Research |
Crime & Justice
| Data Analysis-Justice |
| Health Services Research |
| Canadian Embassy |
East Europe/Eurasia |
Soviet Union/Baltic |
Measurement Science |
Technology Education |
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