Working groups funded by the Kellogg Institute stimulate intellectual activity within the Institute community and more broadly throughout the University. Led by Institute faculty fellows, the groups typically draw together an interdisciplinary mix of faculty members, visiting fellows, graduate students, and even undergraduates to further inquiry on emerging research themes and or focus attention on topical, interdisciplinary issues.

Working groups that emerge from the questions and concerns of Kellogg faculty fellows and their colleagues can serve to enrich the intellectual agenda and productivity of the Institute, as well as shape the field of comparative international study and even influence policy choices that affect the regions we study.

Find out about the available Grants for Working Groups.


Current Working Groups

asia & asian studies working group
democracy working group
haiti working group
latin american history working group
Mexico working group
wellness working group