Fellowships and Funding

Title VIII Research Fellowship Applications OPEN

Attention U.S. scholars and graduate students:

 

American Councils for International Education is currently accepting applications for the next cycle of U.S. Department of State Title VIII Research Fellowships in Russia, Eurasia, and Eastern Europe. Fellowships are offered in two categories:

 

Collegiate Postdoctoral Fellowship Program - University of Michigan

The University of Michigan College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) invites applications for the LSA Collegiate Postdoctoral Fellowship Program. LSA offers its students an outstanding undergraduate education in the liberal arts at a premier research institution, and is dedicated to building a diverse and inclusive scholarly environment.

The Malevich Society: Call for 2017 Grant Applications

The Malevich Society is pleased to announce its call for 2017 grant applications.

 

The Malevich Society is a not-for-profit organization based in New York dedicated to advancing knowledge about the Russian artist Kazimir Malevich and his work.

 

In the belief that Malevich was a pioneer of modern art who should be recognized for his key contributions to the history of Modernism, the Society awards grants to encourage research, writing, and other activities relating to his history and memory.

 

Upcoming NSF GRFP Workshops

2017 deadlines for the NSF GRFP application: October 23-27

NSF GRFP: Decoding the Program Solicitation
Wednesday, July 12, 12-1:30pm
Location: BSLC 008
Register via GRAD Gargoyle (click on Events>Workshops)

 

CIA Graduate Scholarship Program

The Graduate Scholarship Program is a financial needs based initiative that offers graduate students an unmatched experience in a diverse and inclusive environment. Graduate students, serving as scholarship recipients with the CIA, attend an accredited college/university on a full-time basis and work during summer breaks at the CIA.

Deadline: August 14, 2017

 

Fully funded PhD position in Soviet history in Zurich

The History Department of the University of Zurich invites applications for:

Ph.D. Position

 

Effective from September, 1st,  2017, for a period of four years, this fully-funded position is part of a research project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) on the “Late Soviet Village: People, Institutions, and Things between the socialist cult of urbanity and ruralisation of urban life styles” (SNSF-Professorship Ekaterina Emeliantseva Koller).

 

Fulbright-Schuman 70th Anniversary Migration Research Award

Europe has recently experienced one of the most significant influxes of migrants and refugees in its history. Driven out by civil war and terror and attracted by the promise of a better life, huge numbers of people have fled the Middle East and Africa, risking their lives along the way. More than one million refugees poured into Europe in 2016, sparking a crisis of global proportions as countries struggled to cope with the influx and creating divisions in the EU over how best to deal with genuine refugees and asylum seekers as opposed to economic migrants.

Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG) - Doctoral Fellowships for Research in Mainz, Germany

Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG) - Doctoral Fellowships for Research in Mainz, Germany
Deadline: August 1
Type: International research, PhD
Eligibility: No citizenship requirements, must have at least a master's-level degree in history, theology or another discipline, must have been pursuing the doctorate for no more than three years by the start of fellowship
Fields of Study: Social sciences, humanities, and divinity

 

American Evaluation Association (AEA) Graduate Education Diversity Internship

American Evaluation Association (AEA) Graduate Education Diversity Internship
Deadline: June 16
Type: Research internship, PhD, MA
Eligibility: No citizenship requirements (but must be eligible to work in the U.S.), enrolled in a masters or doctoral-level program and have completed the equivalent of one full year of graduate level coursework
Fields of Study: Public health, education, political science, anthropology, psychology, sociology, social work, natural sciences, and other fields that utilize evaluation research

 

Workshop: Best Practices for Writing Fulbright Statments

In this workshop, participants will look at examples of successful Fulbright statements and discuss how applicants can put these strategies to use in their own unique research proposals and personal narratives. Recommended for students who will be working independently on their Fulbright materials over the summer. Interested students should contact Fellowships & Writing Coordinator, Anne Janusch, for more details.

 

May 11, 2017, 12:00 PM

UChicagoGRAD Headquarters - 3rd floor of the UChicago Bookstore

 

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