The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice

Partners for change at the intersection of academics and advocacy.

Summer Fellowships at the Rapoport Center

Graduate Summer Fellows

2015 Graduate Summer Fellows Vivian Shaw and Cianan Good

Application deadline for Summer 2017: TBD

The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice at the University of Texas School of Law offers summer fellowships to law and graduate students to work at the Rapoport Center. Summer fellows advance the Center's mission and ensure that Center projects reflect and incorporate the diverse perspectives and expertise of a multidisciplinary UT academic community.

These fellowships are an excellent opportunity for students interested in incorporating the study and practice of human rights into their research and professional development and in staying informed of developments in human rights advocacy and scholarship. Summer fellows are chosen based on their backgrounds, academic credentials, and dedication to the study and practice of human rights.

This summer we are particularly interested in candidates with some knowledge of or experience in human rights, and in candidates with experience or serious interest in scholarly publications and publication/graphic design.

Eligibility: This fellowship is open to all law and graduate students.

Commitment: Selected fellows should be available at least 20 hours per week for 12 weeks between the conclusion of the spring semester and the start of the fall semester.

Funding: Fellows will receive a competitive stipend.

Graduate Summer Fellows

2014 Graduate Summer Fellows Layne Ransom and LinhPhung Huynh

Projects may include the following:
Graduate Summer Fellows

2013 Graduate Summer Fellows Natalie Krebs and Giovanni Batz

Required Qualifications: The following qualifications may be preferred in some candidates: How to Apply:

Qualified students should submit the following materials individually in PDF format to (subject: Graduate Fellowship):

Questions? Contact us at or 512-232-4857.

Graduate Summer Fellows

2012 Graduate Summer Fellows Eva Hershaw and Juan Camilo Agudelo