The Center coordinates internal grants with the Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs. The Faculty Development and Faculty Research Grants available to faculty members for research projects, professional development associated with their teaching, and funds to bring guest lecturers to the university were discontinuted during the 2015-2016 academic y
Marquette Fellows Program provides funding for faculty members to devote an entire summer to research projects. These highly competitive fellowships are awarded annually by a selection committee of faculty peers.
Sarah Allison, Assistant Professor of English, College of Arts & Sciences
Mitchell F. Crusto, Henry F. Bonura J., Distinguished Professor of Law, College of Law
"State of Emergency and Black Lives Matter: A Constitutional Crisis"
Kelly Frailling, Assistant Professor of Criminology and Justice, College of Arts & Sciences
"Toward a Criminology of Disaster"
Young Soo Kim, Assistant Professor of Political Science, College of Arts & Sciences
"Politics of Global Response to HIV/ AIDS: Domestic Perception, Media, Civil Society Organizations in the United States, Japan and France"
Trimiko Melancon, Associate Professor of English and Co-Director, Women's Studies Program, College of Arts & Sciences
"You People: Race & The Global Politics of Exclusion from Katrina to Berlin"
Christopher Schaberg, Associate Professor of English, College of Arts & Sciences
"Liberal Arts At Work: After David Foster Wallace"
Qian Qin, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences
"Synthesis of Sulfur-Containing Aromatic Compounds as Potential Organic Super Conductors"
The Center also coordinate grants for the Biever Guest Lecture Series.