ICNC Curriculum Fellowships on Civil Resistance – Deadline Feb. 7

Curriculum Fellowships on Civil Resistance

ICNC offers Curriculum Fellowships on Civil Resistance to academic lecturers and high school teachers to develop ‘a curriculum unit’ on civil resistance as part of their existing elective or mandatory course.

A curriculum unit would, at minimum, cover five 90-minute sessions during an academic course (either in fall, spring or summer semesters) and would consist of either instructor guides, readings, modules, exercises, or simulations in the field of civil resistance studies.

Educators, teachers and academics who are interested in expanding and enriching their institutions’ existing curricular to include topics on civil resistance are encouraged to apply.

More information about the curriculum fellowships, application process, eligibility and resources on civil resistance can be found by visiting the ICNC webpage.

Click here to view the 2014 Curriculum Fellowship Awardees