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Northwestern Buffett Institute for Global Affairs

2021-22 Faculty Funding Recipients

Northwestern Buffett is proud to support university faculty pursuing collaborative, interdisciplinary research.  Below is a list of faculty who have received funding from Northwestern Buffett in the 2021-22 academic year:

Global Connections Seed Grant Recipients

Reynaldo Morales

Reynaldo Morales

Journalism, Medill School of Journalism, Media, and Integrated Marketing Communications

“Attending COP26, Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform”
Global Connections Seed Grant, in partnership with the UN
Awarded October 5, 2021
Ana Arjona

Ana Arjona

Political Science, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences

“The Legacies of Civil War: A Longitudinal Study of Communities During and After War in Colombia”
Global Connections Seed Grant, in partnership with School of Economics, Los Andes University (Bogota, Colombia)
Awarded September 22, 2021
Erin Delaney

Erin Delaney

Law, Pritzker School of Law

“Female Judicial Leadership”
Global Connections Seed Grant, in partnership with Rosalind Dixon at UNSW Sydney
Awarded September 21, 2021

Global Campus Collaborative Grant Recipients

Zayd Dorhn

Zayd Dorhn

Radio/Television/Film, School of Communication

Global Campus Collaborative Grant, Virtual International Visitor: Ashgar Farhadi
Awarded October 5, 2021