- Donia Human Rights Fellows Program
- Funding Opportunities
- Belgrade Centre for Human Rights Fellowship
- Fair Labor Association Fellowship
- Human Trafficking Clinic Fellowship
- Ian Fishback Human Rights Fellowship
- International Human Rights Fellowship
- International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims Summer Internship (Copenhagen, Denmark)
- Korea-Michigan Human Rights Research Fellowship
- Robert J. Donia Graduate Student Fellowship
- Social Change Initiative Fellowship
- Student-Initiated Summer Internship Fellowship
- Syria Justice and Accountability Centre Fellowship
- Student Organizations
2023 Korea-Michigan Human Rights Research Fellowship
Award advanced LSA undergraduates take a seminar course on human rights (taught in English) at Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul and conduct research on human rights in Korea
Hope Fuller (she/her)
AB Sociology, Minors in Asian Pacific Islander American Studies & Philosophy ‘24
Hope Victoria Fuller is a driven and accomplished individual with a passion for global exploration and community engagement. Currently a student at the University of Michigan, she is pursuing a degree in Sociology and two minors: one in A/PIA Studies and another in Philosophy.
This summer, Hope is excited to continue her journey of international learning and growth. She is the sole student selected by the Donia Human Rights Center with the opportunity to dive into the world of human rights in South Korea. Not only will she be able to take a seminar course at Sungkyunkwan University, but she'll also have the chance to conduct her own research in the field. Hope is confident that this experience will be transformative and she can't wait to see what she discovers during her time in Korea. South Korea is not the only place Hope will be traveling this summer. She will be improving her Spanish while studying abroad in Argentina, where she hopes to gain a deeper understanding of Latin American culture and history.
Hope is no stranger to global travel, having already explored a wide range of countries and cultures. She has visited Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, Poland, Switzerland, France, Italy, Egypt, and Greece, among others. She also has a deep appreciation for urbanization and has taken yearly trips to Chicago to expand her knowledge of the city's history and social dynamics.
Overall, Hope is excited to take on new challenges and expand her horizons this summer. She is looking forward to immersing herself in new cultures, gaining valuable research experience, and connecting with people from all walks of life.