Senior Faculty Awards and Fellowships for Faculty in Business, Education, Law, and the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences
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Academy of Korean Studies, Senior Fellowship - 1.2M won/ month, free accommodation, and full access to the academy's facilities to non-Korean PhDs at the associate professor level or above or who have completed 5 years of research and are currently engaged in Korea-related teaching and research. Deadline: 5 November 2010.
American Council of Learned Societies
American Philosophical Society, Franklin Research Grants - up to $6K per year; grants made payable to individual applicant and are taxable to the recipient. Deadlines: October 1 and December 1.
American Research Center in Egypt, Fellowships http://www.arce.org/fellowships/funded_fellowships.html - 3-12-month US Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs fellowships for postdoctoral scholars; 4-12-month National Endowment for the Humanities fellowships for postdoctoral scholars; fields of study: archeology, architecture, art, economics, Egyptology, history, humanistic social sciences, Islamic studies, literature, political science, religious studies. Deadline: 15 January 2011.
Council of American Overseas Research Centers, Multi-Country Research Fellowship Program for Advanced Multi-Country Research - up to $10K for doctoral candidates and established postdoctoral scholars to conduct research in at least one of the countries that host overseas research centers as well as other countries, unless subject to official security or travel restrictions or warnings.Countries include Bangladesh, Cambodia, Cyprus, Egypt, Gaza Strip, Greece, India, Iran, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, Pakistan, Senegal, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Turkey, West Bank, Yemen. Research in Nepal is possible via the Center for South Asia Libraries. Applicants must be US citizens. Deadline: 12 January 2011.
Getty Trust, Getty Scholars and Visiting Scholars - up to $75K for an academic-year residence or $3,500/month for shorter stays to established scholars in the arts, humanities, and social sciences, working on projects related to the year’s theme: networks and boundaries. Deadline: 1 November 2010.
Institute for Advanced Studies on Science, Technology, and Society, Fellowships - 940 EURO/month for up to 9 months at the institute in Graz, Austria, for projects investigating gender, technology, and environment; new genetics and modern biotechnology; technology studies and sustainability; information and communication technologies in any discipline. Deadline: 31 December 2010.
Institute of International Education, Council for International Exchange of Scholars Deadlines vary.
International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX), Individual Advanced Research Opportunities - travel, visas, emergency evacuation insurance, and a monthly allowance for housing and living expenses to support in-country research on contemporary political, economic, historical, or cultural developments relevant to US foreign policy;. Deadline: 17 November 2010.
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
Langlois Foundation for Art, Science, and Technology, Researchers in Residence - 2 grants/year of $5K + living and research expenses of up to $10K + supplementary funds of up to $10K to enable researchers to work for 2-3 months in the foundation's collections at the Centre for Research and Documentation in Montreal; open to historians, curators, critics, independent researchers, artists, designers, and computer specialists; must have extensive research experience and pertinent academic and professional knowledge of art, science, and technology, supported by published articles and conference communications; must focus on one or both of the following research areas: CR+D documentation collection and archival funds; information architecture and electronic publishing Deadline: applications are accepted between 1 July and 30 September annually.
McDonnell Foundation, Bridging Brain, Mind, & Behavior - 21st Century Scientists Awards - up to $450K in direct costs for 3-6 years, applications from early career scientists encouraged as well a collaborative projects. Focuses on neural and cognitive analysis in studies of human behavior and higher cognitive functions. Deadline: 17 March 2010.
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University, Fellowships for Humanists and Social Scientists - up to $70K for 1 year with additional funds for project expenses and relocation to scholars in any field who were awarded a PhD or appropriate terminal degree at least 2 years prior to appointment; must have published at least 2 articles or monographs; priority to projects that draw on the resources of the Institute's Schlesinger Library on the history of women in America. Deadline: Information is not currently available.
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Scholar-in-Residence - up to $60K for 6-12 months at the center to encourage research and writing on the history, literature, and cultures of the peoples of Africa and the African diaspora; to promote and facilitate interaction among the participants; to facilitate dissemination of findings through lectures, publications, and the colloquium and seminar series; projects in the social sciences, science and technology, education and religion are eligible if they use a humanistic approach and contribute to humanistic knowledge. Deadline: 1 December 2010.
Social Science Research Council, Abe fellowships - 3-12 months of full-time support over a 24-month period to citizens of the US and Japan as well as nationals of other countries who can demonstrate strong and serious long-term affiliations with research communities in Japan or the US; must hold a PhD or the terminal degree in their field or an equivalent level of professional experience for research in the social sciences or the humanities relevant to global problems common to industrial and industrializing societies and that pertain to US-Japan relations; areas: technology and society; consumption, labor and markets; human security; civil society; bioethics; social policy; transnational economic relations; sustainable development and global environment; foreign policy and international relations; and the domestic political process, among others; researchers in professions other than academia are encouraged to apply. Deadline: Information is not currently available.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, Fellowships - up to $3K/month for 3-9 months in residence to support significant research and writing about the Holocaust from scholars in fields including, among others, history, political science, literature, Jewish studies, philosophy, religion, psychology, comparative genocide studies and law. Deadline: 30 November 2010.
University of California, Berkeley; S.V. Ciriacy-Wantrup Fellowships in Natural Resource Economics and Political Economy - 1-year, nonrenewable fellowship of up to $54,194K for persons receiving PhD in last 5 years; 1-year, renewable fellowship of up to $54,192K for persons receiving PhD in last 10 years support advanced research at UC-Berkeley in the areas of agricultural and natural resource economics, economics and economic development, business, energy studies, environmental engineering, environmental sciences, forestry, geography, law, natural resource management, public health, and public policy. Preference to proposals whose orientation is broadly institutional or historical and conceptually and theoretically innovative. Proposals with a primarily statistical or econometric orientation are not eligible Deadline: 11 December 2009.
University of Louisville, Center for Asian Democracy, Visiting Fellows - $40K stipend to recent PhDs and senior scholars on sabbatical leave whose work is related to democracy and democratization in Asia; may teach one course per year in their area of expertise and present their research in a public forum. Deadline: Information is not currently available.
Vienna Institute for Human Sciences (Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen), Junior Fellowships - Stipendien fur DoktorandInnen und Post-Docs - gives promising young scholars in humanities and social sciences an opportunity to pursue research in Vienna under the guidance of IWM's Permanent and Visiting Fellows; projects should be thematically related to IWM's fields of research or policy-oriented projects: Robert Bosch Junior Visiting Fellowships are awarded in cooperation with IWM's partner institutions in Bucharest, Bratislava, Prague, and Warsaw; Jan Patocka Junior Visiting Fellowships enable young scholars to conduct research on the philosophy of Patocka and related fields. Deadlines: vary.
Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, Richard Carley Hunt Postdoctoral Fellow - up to $40K for scholars within 10 years of receiving their PhD; projects should be affiliated with human development. Deadline: 1 November, 1 May, annually.
Wesleyan University, Center for the Humanities, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship in Cultural Studies - $40K to scholars in any field of the humanities or humanistic social sciences who received PhD after June 2007 to further their own work in a cross-disciplinary setting; teach a one-semester undergraduate course; participate in the collegial life of the Center, and give 1 public lecture. Deadline: 4 January 2010.
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Fellowships - $26,200- $85,000 stipend, 75% of health insurance, and travel expenses. Residencies to individuals with outstanding proposals on national and international issues, especially those fostering communication between the world of ideas and public affairs. Topics and scholarship should relate to key public policy challenges or provide the historical or cultural framework to illumine policy issues of contemporary importance.Primary themes are 1. governance, including the key features of the development of democratic institutions, democratic society, civil society, and citizen participation; 2. the US role in the world and issues of partnership and leadership - military, political, and economic dimensions; and 3. key long-term future challenges confronting the US and the world. Deadline: 1 October.
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