Kellogg doctoral research grants support Notre Dame PhD or JSD students involved in overseas (or, if demonstrably appropriate, in the United States) research in international studies addressing the thematic priorities of the Kellogg Institute. The grant is not intended to be a substitute for seeking external support for dissertation research but instead to fill gaps in other funding or to enable exploratory trips that will strengthen students’ ability to prepare externally competitive dissertation proposals.
"Connection, Identity, and Agency in Displaced/Migrant Women’s Communicative Engagements: The Case of Anglophone Cameroonian Women in Virginia and Maryland, USA"
Kefen Ivoline Budji
Kefen talking with a Cameroonian woman in Virginia about life in the United States.