Hillary Rodham Clinton recieves an Honarary Degree From Queen's
Former US Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton has been awarded an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws by Queen's (10th October) for her ‘exceptional public service in the US and globally’, and for her ‘outstanding contribution to peace and reconciliation in Northern Ireland’. AHSS PVC, Prof. Adrienne Scullion was delighted to give the citation and also to launch two new schemes in Senator Clinton's honour.
Two one-year Postgraduate Awards
The Hillary Rodham Clinton Award for Peace and Reconciliation is available for female US citizens for entry to the following programmes in 2019 and 2020 (one each year):
• LLM Human Rights Law
• MA Conflict Transformation and Social Justice
• MA Global Security and Borders
• MA Politics
• MA Violence, Terrorism and Security
Information about this scheme can be found here.
Early Career Fellowship - 36 months
Reflecting Secretary Clinton’s interests and career, AHSS is offering a Fellowship to outstanding early career researchers in the following broad areas: conflict transformation; global security and borders; human rights including women’s rights and children’s rights; international law; international politics; international relations; women in politics. One Fellowship is available to begin in 2019-20. Information about this scheme can be found here.
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