AISR collaborates with the Education Department at Brown University to offer the Urban Education Policy (UEP) master’s degree program. Both the UEP courses and AISR program work have been enriched by significant interconnections between the two. For their capstone projects, students work in teams of four to examine a specific research priority in collaboration with a local or national education or youth development organization. 

Visit the UEP blog to learn more about the latest happenings and upcoming events in the UEP program.

Visit the the Brown University Education Department website for more information and how to apply.

1165 Students in Brown University's Urban Education Policy Masters Program (UEP) will present their findings from research conducted during their 9-month long academic internships.

Ruth J. Simmons Urban Education Policy Scholarship

AISR's Board of Overseers established the permanent, annual scholarship in 2012 for the UEP student who most epitomizes the former Brown University president’s commitment to educational equity and social justice. 

AISR sat down with the current and past recipients below who shared their thoughts on the scholarship's impact, the UEP program and the strength of the local internship, and what they hoped to accomplish through studying at Brown.


Dalma Diaz: RJS Scholarship Winner 2016


Jasamine Young-Paulhill: RJS Scholarship Winner 2015


Lauren Combs: RJS Scholarship Winner 2014


Adrienne Dominguez: RJS Scholarship Winner 2013


Maria Salciccioli: RJS Scholarship Winner 2012

Contact:

michael_grady@brown.edu