Graduate Education

Raul Rodriguez Speaking
Raúl G. Rodríguez, Ph.D., participates in an academic conference hosted by the Center.

The Center supports Ph.D. students with a focus on constitutional studies with fellowships, research sponsorship, and faculty mentorship. For more information about how to apply to the Ph.D. program in Constitutional Studies, please visit the Political Science department website

Financial Support

Students are encouraged to apply for funding through the Center for conferences, summer opportunities, internships, and similar programs that may enhance their research and academic studies.

Intellectual Community

The Center seeks to foster a community where students can interact with peers, faculty mentors, undergraduate students, and campus guests. Graduate students are invited to colloquia, conferences, academic lectures, and other social events that encourage dialogue, networking, and building of relationships. To join our mailing list of upcoming events and lectures, please contact Soren Grefenstette (sorengref@nd.edu).