Funded in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Humanities Council, with funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusion or recommendations expressed in this project do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities. The Wisconsin Humanities Council supports and creates programs that use history, culture, and discussion to strengthen community life for everyone in Wisconsin.
Research was supported by a grant from Villanova University’s Waterhouse Family Institute for the Study of Communication and Society (WFI). Villanova University’s Waterhouse Family Institute for the Study of Communication and Society (WFI) was founded on the principle that the study and practice of communication requires attention to values, ethics and social justice, and that properly understood, communication is central to the creation of positive social change. WFI explores the ethical dimensions of communication and its role in creating social change through cutting- edge research and student programs, as well as the hands-on involvement of communication scholars and professionals from around the globe.
Support has been provided by the National Communication Association‘s Advancing the Discipline Grant.
Support has been provided by the Central States Communication Association Federation Prize (2019).
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has supported The Gun Violence Project through the Support for Undergraduate Research Fellows (SURF) program and the Collaborative Research Team Development Award.