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The Center provides an intellectual space to support research collaboration between faculty, students, and community partners.

The Center supports research affiliated with Migration Studies in the following ways:

  • Brown bag lunches among faculty and students to discuss research projects and funding in the area of migration, displacement and community studies: Attend a Brown-Bag
  • Sponsorship of an annual award for faculty publication and organization of a public lecture by the faculty member.
  • Sponsorship of an annual award at the Undergraduate and Graduate Research Symposium
  • Sponsorship of conference attendance for the presentation of a co-authored paper between a faculty member and student
  • Hosting of research symposium with an invited external guest speaker annually and Duquesne students and faculty engaged as panelists
  • Tracking student theses and papers presented at the Undergraduate and Graduate Research Symposium in the fields of migration, displacement, and community
  • Providing Research Assistantships to interested students for course credits
  • Providing access to Community-engaged course opportunities