The Fulbright Scholar Program for Faculty and Professionals offers a variety of opportunities for both area and non-area specialists to lecture, conduct research, or carry out both activities in the Russian Federation for academic year 2011-12. The traditional Fulbright Scholar Program offers the All-Disciplines award #1326 for scholars in a broad range of disciplines in the arts, humanities, social sciences, as well as professionals in such fields as law, public administration, conflict resolution, journalism, library science, and education and sciences. Scholars may conduct research independently or in collaboration with Russian colleagues and/or teach undergraduate and graduate courses. Research projects will require a level of Russian language proportional to the scope of the project; teaching assignments are in English. These awards will be 3 months in length with the possibility for up to 9 months.
The application deadline for 2011-12 is August 2, 2010. For general information about application requirements visit the CIES Web site at www.cies.org. For the traditional program, visit http://www.cies.org/us_scholars/us_awards/.
Contact: Michael Worley (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jean McPeek (email@example.com)
For more information on this and other fellowships, please visit www.iie.org/cies.
Fulbright Workshop: IIE, Hays DDRA, and Lurcy
Thursday, May 13, 12:00-1:00 p.m. (snacks will be served)
5710 S Woodlawn Ave, Community Lounge
Graduate students at all levels who wish to study/research abroad and who will be enrolled in a UChicago graduate program as of October 1, 2010 should plan to attend this workshop. NOTE: Fulbright IIE and Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad applicants *must* make an appointment with Brooke Noonan in Graduate Student Affairs before leaving for the summer; please contact her at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 773.702.0871.
Fulbright/mtvU Award Competition Reopened
The Fulbright/mtvU competition has been reopened. Graduate students’ applications must be submitted by the UChicago internal deadline of FEBRUARY 9 at 4:00 p.m. in order to be reviewed and processed by Chicago’s Fulbright Program Advisor, Brooke Noonan, Graduate Student Affairs, before the agency’s deadline of March 1. Students who are interested in applying should review the following criteria and contact Brooke Noonan right away for one-on-one advising:
- WHO? U.S. citizens
- WHAT? Supports research around an aspect of international contemporary or popular music as a cultural force for expression and mutual understanding
- WHEN? 9-12 mos of research, beginning no sooner than July 2010 and no later than March 2011 (generally)
- WHERE? Almost any country with a U.S. diplomatic presence (see “Participating Countries” at https://us.fulbrightonline.org/program_regions_world.html)
- WHY? Dissertation research, independent project, coursework
- HOW? Apply through UChicago’s Fulbright Program Advisor, Brooke Noonan whom you can contact at email@example.com for details on the application which includes:
- Project statement (1-2 pp)
- Personal statement (1 p)
- Letters of academic reference (x3)
- Foreign Language evaluation (if relevant)
- Official transcripts (undergraduate and graduate)
- Letters of affiliation/invitation from host country
NOTE: students who have already submitted an application for the Fulbright IIE U.S. Student Program are ineligible to apply for the mtvU Award.