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Grants & Awards
 

Fellowships and Grants

UVa Sponsored Grants

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Click here for information on the grants and scholarships administered by UVa.

Or select the specific grant:

FLAS / Coughlin / Penn / Weedon / Faculty Development / Founders / Mastercard / Lorna Sundberg


Asia-Specific Grants (administered outside UVa)

Institute for International Education

Directory listings for all of IIE's grant and scholarship programs.

http://www.iie.org/en/program-finder

Luce Scholars Program
This program provides fellowships for work in an Asian country.  Its purpose is less academic than it is to expose young scholars to Asia.  Consequently, it is offered only to college graduates who would not normally come in contact with Asia in the course of their careers.  Fellowships run from late August to mid-July of the following year.

Applicants must be of US citizenship, hold at least a bachelor’s degree, and be no more than 29 years old at the beginning of the program.  Nominations must be made by early December, and interviews are held in late December or early January.

Information/Application:
The Henry Luce Foundation, Inc.
111 West Fiftieth Street
New York, NY 10020
(212) 480-7700
http://www.hluce.org/3scholfm.html


Non-Asia-Specific Grants (administered outside UVa)

Academy for International and Area Studies Scholars Program
This program provides scholars opportunities for advanced work in their social science discipline and geographical area of interest.  It is given to doctoral students and recent recipients of the Ph.D. who show promise of becoming leading scholars at leading universities.  All course work and general examinations must be completed by the time the program begins. Pre-doctoral scholars receive an annual stipend of $24,000; for post-doctoral scholars, it is $36,000.

For furhter information, e-mail Beth Baiter at bbaiter@cfia.harvard.edu
http://www.wcfia.harvard.edu/academy

Brookings Institution Grants

Foreign Policy Studies Predoctoral Fellowship Program:
This is a resident fellowship awarded to advanced pre-doctoral students working on dissertations related to foreign policy.  Applicants must be nominated by their graduate department, after which Brookings will contact the student.  The fellowship is for one year, and provides a stipend of $17,500.

Governmental Studies Predoctoral Fellowship Program:
A resident fellowship awarded for policy-oriented predoctoral research in governmental studies, designed for doctoral candidates whose disseration topics are directly related to public policy issues.   Applicants must be nominated by their graduate department.  Candidates should have completed preliminary examinations for their doctorate no later than February 15.  The fellowship is for one year and carries a stipend of $17,500.

http://www.brookings.edu/about/employment/fellowships.aspx

Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship
Sponsored by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, this fellowship is awarded to Ph.D., Th.D., Ed.D. candidates who are writing on ethical or religious values. Eligible research projects would include projects that focus on the ethical implications of foreign  policy, values influencing political decisions, the moral codes of other cultures, and religious or ethical issues reflected in history or literature.  Applicants should also have all doctoral requirements except the dissertation completed by the time of application.  Applicants should also be aware that they can only be considered once for the fellowship (i.e. once rejected, scholars cannot apply any other year.)  Scholarship offers a stipend of $16,000 to support twelve months of dissertation writing, beginning June or September.  Deadline: Late November.

Information/Application:
Newcombe Dissertation Fellowships
The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
P.O. Box 642
Princeton, NJ  08542-0642
(609) 924-4666
charlotte@woodrow.org
http://www.woodrow.org/fellowships/religion_ethics/index.php

Critical Language Scholarship Program

Critical Language Scholarships for Intensive Summer Institutes is a program of the United States Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and is administered by the Council of American Overseas Research Centers and the American Councils for International Education. The Critical Language Scholarships Program was launched in 2006. In its inaugural year, the CLS Program offered intensive overseas study in the critical need foreign languages of Arabic, Bangla/Bengali, Hindi, Punjabi, Turkish and Urdu. In 2010, 575 scholarships will be available in thirteen languages, including Arabic, Azerbaijani, Bangla/Bengali, Chinese, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Punjabi, Russian, Turkish, and Urdu.

http://www.clscholarship.org/

Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Research Abroad Program
The Fulbright-Hays provides funds for research abroad in modern foreign languages and area studies for doctoral students and established faculty. Area studies may include projects that focus on economic, political science, geography, environmental studies, and sociology, but not Western Europe.  Doctoral dissertation grants require a minimum of 6 months in the host country
or countries. Deadline: November  (UVA institutional deadline one month prior - October)

Information/Application:
Center for International Education
US Department of Education
Washington, DC  20202-5331
OR:  Kobby Hoffman in UVA’s grant office for more details (Cabell 422B)

http://www.ed.gov/programs/iegpsddrap/index.html

Fulbright US Student Program
This Fulbright grant is administered by the US Information Agency (USIA) and is different from the Fulbright-Hays.  Most of these grants are to cover one academic year abroad.  Funds generally provide for transportation, language courses, tuition in some cases, research allowances, and living expenses for the year.  For certain countries (in Asia, Taiwan and Korea), one might also be considered for a travel grant.  Only US citizens are eligible and preference will
be given those whose higher education was received primarily at US institutions.  Applicant must also hold at least a BA or equivalent but may not hold a doctoral degree at the time of application.  See program details for exceptions.

Like the Fulbright-Hays, this grant must go through University channels.  Applicants will also be interviewed by a committee of former Fulbright scholars at the University.  Applications are available through the East Asia Center
or in Cabell 444.

Information/Application:
USIA Fulbright Student Program
809 United Nations Plaza
New York, NY 10017-3580
(212) 984-5330

http://us.fulbrightonline.org/home.html

 

Fulbright Scholar Program and Fulbright Humphrey Fellowship Program

The Fulbright Scholar Program and Fulbright Humphrey Fellowship Program are administered by the Institute of International Education’s Department of Scholar and Professional Programs, which includes the Council for International Exchange of Scholars and Humphrey divisions.

 

The competition for 2011-12 Fulbright Scholar grants is now open. The application deadline for most programs is August 2, 2010. U.S. scholars and professionals can learn how to present their credentials at www.iie.org/cies.

Flyers:

Asia

Japan & Korea

Korea

Taiwan

National Gallery of Art-Center for Adv. Study in the Visual Arts
The Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts is a research institute that fosters study of the production, use, and cultural meaning of art, artifacts, and architecture from prehistoric times to the present. It was founded in 1979 as part of the National Gallery of Art.

http://www.nga.gov/casva/index.shtm

National Science Foundation
Though NSF typically offers scientific and engineering grants, it does offer a number of social science grants.  Information below refers specifically to the Political Science Program.  For information about other programs, refer to phone numbers below, as specifics (deadlines and requirements) may vary by program.  If a particular program is not listed, call the Division of Social, Behavioral, and Economic Research.

NSF’s Political Science program offers doctoral improvement grants twice a year.  Deadlines are usually December 15 and January 15.  Grants are typically no more than $8,000.  Be forewarned, this application is particularly time-consuming to complete and will require signatures from your primary adviser, the department chair, the dean (go to Grants office Cabell 422B), and the director of sponsored
programs (Carruthers Hall).  Allow at least 3 days to collect signatures of dean and director of
sponsored programs.

NSF no longer sends application forms by mail; forms are provided only electronically.
They are available at http://www.nsf.gov/.

Information/Application:
National Science Foundation
Forms and Publications Unit
4201 Wilson Blvd.- Room P15
Arlington, VA 22230
(703) 306-1130
e-mail: pubs@nsf.gov

 

Other Program contact

Division of Social Behavioral, and Economic Research
Geography and Regional Sciences
Cultural and Physical Anthropology
Linguistics 
Human Cognition, Perception
Social Psychology
Economics     
Political Science
Law and Social Sciences
Sociology  
Ethics and Values Studies
Division of International Programs
East Asia and Pacific Programs
Africa, Near East, and South Asia Programs  
(703) 306-1760
(703) 306-1760
(703) 306-1758
(703) 306-1731
(703) 306-1732
(703) 306-1728
(703) 306-1753
(703) 306-1761
(703) 306-1762
(703) 306-1756
(703) 306-1743
(703) 306-1710
(703) 306-1707
(703) 306-1710

National Security Education Program
NSEP offers fellowships to both undergraduate and graduate students to study overseas.  It is designed to increase student involvement in less commonly taught languages, area studies, and other international fields.  Upon completion of the program or research, students are required to work for the federal government or in the field of education as a form of repayment. In the past, applications could be acquired through the University of Virginia’s International
Studies office.

Information/Application:
National Security Education Program
PO Box 47103
Washington, D.C., 20050-7103
(703) 696-1991

http://www.nsep.gov/

Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarships
This scholarship is aimed at promoting international understanding and goodwill through study abroad.  Studies must take place in a country that has a Rotary Club.  The scholarship is granted for one academic year (9 months) and includes tuition, travel, living expenses, academic fees, and some educational supplies.

http://www.rotary.org/en/StudentsAndYouth/EducationalPrograms/AmbassadorialScholarships/Pages/ridefault.aspx

Information/Application:
Margaret Omori, Supervisor
Scholarship Awards Section
Rotary Foundation of Rotary International
One Rotary Center
1560 Sherman Avenue
Evanston, IL 60201
(708) 866-3000

Social Science Research Council (SSRC) Fellowships and Grants
List of all fellowships offered by SSRC.

http://www.ssrc.org/fellowships/all/

U.S. Institute of Peace - Peace Scholar Fellowship
The Peace Scholar Dissertation Fellowship supports the research and writing dissertations that address the sources and nature of international conflict and the strategies that have been employed to deal with them.  The U.S. Institute of Peace will support work conducted at one’s university and /or at relevant field research sites.  Citizens of all countries are eligible, but they must be enrolled in US institutions.  Awards ($7000) are given for twelve months.

Information/Application:
United States Institute of Peace
Jennings Randolph Program for International Peace
1550 M. Street, NW
Washington, DC  20005-1708
 (202) 457-1700

http://www.usip.org/fellows/scholars.html

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