Kara Hooser awarded Coca-Cola Critical Difference for Women Grant for Research
Last month, OSU Political Science Ph.D. student Kara Hooser was awarded $1,000 for her research proposal: “Violence as Peace: A Gender Analysis of Everyday Peace Discourses in Bosnia.”
The grant will be used to fund travel to Bosnia, where Kara is studying masculine discourses and everyday violence in post-conflict settings.
Through the generous support of the Coca-Cola Foundation, the Critical Difference for Women Program awards grants to faculty and PhD candidates/terminal master's degree students to support research that explores women's lives, gender equity, and gender broadly conceptualized. The grant competition is administered by The Women's Place. More information about this grant can be found here: