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University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation

Other Grants

IGCC is dedicated to supporting the research and policy engagement of faculty and students across the University of California. We occasionally award grants for special projects across the UC system. For inquiries please email info@ucigcc.org.

Past Grants

Academic Conference Competition

The Academic Conference Competition awarded up to $125,000 to support the planning and implementation of major conferences on a theme related to the mission and research agenda. Multidisciplinary approaches and policy-relevant work were prioritized, as was the inclusion of non-academic experts. Past recipients include:

  • Fernandez de Castro
    Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, UC San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy
    Project Title: Between War Making and Peace Building: Mexico’s War on Drugs Revisited (2007-2019)
  • Cecilia Mo
    Political Science Department, UC Berkeley
    Project Title: Human Security, Violence, and Trauma in the 21st Century: Psychological Response and Political Impacts of Civil War & Forced Migration

University of California Conference on International Cooperation

The University of California Conference on International Cooperation (UCCIC) is an annual conference that brings together International Relations scholars from across UC campuses to discuss research in progress, share ideas, and provide mentorship for junior International Relations scholars at UC institutions.
Founded in 2016, UCCIC aims to cultivate a community of scholars who work in areas such as international security, foreign policy, international political economy and international organizations, to increase academic dialogue across UC campuses, and to support the next generation of International Relations scholars. All IR scholars from UC institutions are invited to attend the conference.

Since 2019, UCCIC has been organized in cooperation with the IGCC, which has provided generous funding to make the conference possible.