International Programs

Grants for LSU Scholars

ARCE

The purpose of ACRE to build cooperative networks among regional practitioners and scholars involved in the study or preservation of cultural heritage.

ARCE will award one short-term (one or two-month) fellowship to an Egyptian post-doctoral scholar or professional to undertake a specific research project at an American overseas research center (ORC) in one of the following countries: Algeria, Cyprus, Greece, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey, or Yemen. The selected Getty Fellow will receive a stipend of up to US$3,000 for living expenses and up to $1,000 for travel expenses.

 


 

The China and Inner Asia Council of the AAS (CIAC)

The China and Inner Asia Council of the AAS (CIAC) is soliciting applications for awards of up to $2,000. Dissertation-level graduate students and scholars with special interests in China or Inner Asia are invited to submit proposals. Applicants must be current AAS members, but there are no citizenship requirements. Junior and independent scholars, adjunct faculty, and dissertation-level graduate students are especially encouraged to apply.

 


 

The Leo Baeck Institute

The Leo Baeck Institute is offering a Career Development Award as a personal grant to a scholar or professional in an early career stage, e.g. before gaining tenure in an academic institution or its equivalent, whose proposed work would deal with topics within the Leo Baeck Institute's mission, namely historical or cultural issues of the Jewish experience in German-speaking lands.

 


 

The Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies

The Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies is pleased to solicit applications for its next fellowship competition. The Program supports anthropologists, economists, political scientists, sociologists, and all scholars in germane social science and cultural studies fields, including historians researching the period after the mid-19th century. Fellowships are awarded for doctoral dissertation research as well as postdoctoral research which leads to completion of a monograph.

 


 

The Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program

The Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program is a distinguished transatlantic initiative that each year offers twenty accomplished young Americans the opportunity to complete a high-level professional development program in Germany. Over the course of a nine-month program, Bosch Fellows complete two work phases at leading German institutions, both customized to each fellow's professional expertise, and attend three seminars with key decision-makers from the public and private sectors, taking place across Europe. Fellows are recruited from business administration, journalism, law, public policy and closely related fields. No German language skills are required at the time of application.

 


 

The Émigré Memorial German Internship Program–German State Parliaments (EMGIP)

The Émigré Memorial German Internship Program–German State Parliaments (EMGIP) is a fellowship program that provides U.S. and Canadian students with internships at a German state parliament (Landtag). Internships afford students an excellent opportunity to gain government work experience, improve their advanced German language skills, and learn about German culture firsthand. EMGIP is ideal for students planning on pursuing careers at a regional level of government in the U.S. or Canada, or who have an interest in a specific policy issue such as the environment, education and / or healthcare.

EMGIP runs three times a year: fall, spring, and early summer for one to three months, depending on elections, holiday schedules and state offices' preferences. While participants have some flexibility as to when they would like to do their internship, late summer and the winter holiday season are not feasible.

 


 

Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange

Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange programs encompass four regions: the Domestic region (Taiwan), the American Region (the United States, Canada and Mexico), the European region, and the Asia-Pacific region (including Hong Kong and Macau). Programs in the Domestic and American regions commenced in 1989, followed shortly by the European region in 1990 and the Asia-Pacific region in 1991. Grant programs differ among the four regions. Please follow the appropriate links for your own location.

 


 

Fulbright

The following programs offer U.S. faculty, administrators and professionals grants to lecture, conduct research in a wide variety of academic and professional fields, or to participate in seminars.

The core Fulbright Scholar Program sends 800 U.S. faculty and professionals abroad each year. Grantees lecture and conduct research in a wide variety of academic and professional fields.

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