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Kentucky-Princeton Undergraduate Summer Institute on Inequality - Call for Applications

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Undergraduate students are invited to apply for the first annual

Kentucky-Princeton Summer Institute on Political Values and Ideas
University of Louisville, Louisville, KY
May 26- June 2, 2018

Topic: Inequality

What is inequality? Does it matter? How does it impact people across sectors of society and aspects of their lives? This intensive 6-day seminar, held on the campus of the University of Louisville, introduces students to questions of inequality in a social context, and it features considerable site-based learning on topics such as housing, criminal justice, racial stratification, and economic inequality. Open to all undergraduates. Faculty drawn from Princeton, UofL, and other Kentucky colleges and universities.

To apply: Send i) a 1-page statement of interest, ii) unofficial transcript, and iii) the name of one faculty member who can recommend you, to Professor Mike Austin by December 15, 2017.

For more information: contact Mike Austin:, 859-622-1022.

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Mike Austin

Published on September 11, 2017

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