Posted: Friday, March 22, 2013
Apply for the Anne Frank Project 2013 Fellowship
Buffalo State’s Academic Affairs Office and the Anne Frank Project are proud to support the AFP 2013 Fellowship Program. Individual incentives of $500 will be awarded to five faculty or staff members from Buffalo State (one from each school). More than 10,000 people have attended the Anne Frank Project’s annual conferences from 2009 to 2012. Join the AFP family by directly connecting the AFP 2013 theme and three days of content to your courses for innovative curriculum throughout the fall 2013 semester. The Anne Frank Project is an ideal “dialogue starter” for important topics like social justice, conflict resolution, hate crimes, bullying, reconciliation, forgiveness, and the moral dilemmas facing crimes against humanity.
The AFP 2013 fellowship application deadline is Wednesday, May 1. For details, information, and applications, please visit the Anne Frank Project website. With questions about the AFP 2013 Fellowship Program, please contact Drew Kahn, director of the Anne Frank Project.
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