The Law and Science Dissertation Grant program is open to full-time doctoral candidates enrolled at accredited U.S. institutions of higher education whose research addresses social scientific studies of law and law-like systems of rules. Designed to promote interdisciplinary and multi-methodological research, this program invites project proposals that advance scientific theory and connections between law, human behavior, basic sciences, and technology. For more information about eligibility requirements, please visit ASU's Eligibility Guidelines Page.
Format and Materials
The Law and Science Dissertation Grant has five necessary components:
The required elements of the application mirror those established by NSF. See the complete guidelines for the Law and Science Dissertation Grant program on ASU’s application page.
PhD candidates who would like to apply to the Law & Science DDRIG Program are encouraged to look at the program’s FAQs page.
Applicants can submit their proposals using the ASU Law and Science Dissertation Grant Portal. Non-Arizona State University users are required to register for an ASU InfoReady account if they do not have an account with another university. Applicants are advised to carefully review ASU’s application length and formatting guidelines for the Law and Science Dissertation Grant before submitting their final applications.