Projects for Peace
Projects for Peace is open to all undergraduates at the 90 institutions (including Brown) that are part of the Davis United World College Scholars Program. Students are invited to design grassroots projects that they will implement during the summer. The 100 projects judged to be the most promising and feasible will be funded at $10,000 each. The program is made possible by Kathryn W. Davis, an accomplished internationalist and philanthropist, who died in 2013 at 106 years of age. Mrs. Davis' legacy will live on through the continuation of Projects for Peace.
All undergraduates including seniors who would complete their projects after graduation are eligible. Groups of students from the same campus, as well as individual students, may submit proposals.
$10,000 in support of the winning project.
Brown will select among its internal applicant pool one student proposal and one alternate student proposal. The two chosen applicants from Brown will have a short time to revise their proposals in time for the February deadline.
Applicants must submit a complete application to UFunds, Brown's online application by the campus deadline. We require one copy of the following:
1) a two page proposal including expected outcomes and prospects for future impact
3) a cover sheet with the following information: Name, email, concentration, and telephone number
4) Letter(s) from Organization(s) involved in the Project
5) a letter of reference discussing the project's significance and your ability to carry it out
Instructions for applying: Applicants will upload application materials to UFunds, Brown's online application system by the campus deadline of January 8, 2018.
UFunds, will open in early December for students interested in applying.
Manager, Fellowship Program
Box 1828, Brown University
Providence, RI 02912
- Charlene Chabata, '16
- Liza Yeager, '17
- Annabel Lemma, '16
- Gwendolene Mugodi, '18
- Oluwakemi Odusanya, '18
- Marymagdalene Langat, '17
- Shreena Thakore, '16
- Ria Vaidya, '16
- Raba Al-Eryani, '16
- Marielle Alvino Medina, '15
- Blair Cameron, '13