Cornell University

International Programs

117 Ives Hall, 607-254-7255

Funding Opportunities for Graduate International Studies Research

March 29, Ithaca Campus

Description: This information session focuses on 22 selected grant and fellowship programs for national and international students and provides information on proposal preparation and the application process.

March 29, 2006
Wednesday, 4:30 pm
G08, Uris Hall

Organizers: Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies and Cornell Career Services

More Information: Heike Michelsen, Grant Writer, Einaudi Center, t. 255-8926, hm75@cornell.edu, Website, and Beth Fiori, Fellowship Coordinator, Career Services, t. 255-6931, btf1@cornell.edu, Website.

CU Undergraduate Students:

The Harrop and Ruth Freeman Fellowship

Interested in Funding for a Summer 2006 Internship?

The Peace Studies Program will award one or more Harrop and Ruth Freeman Fellowships to encourage Cornell undergraduates to pursue summer work related to peace studies and conflict resolution in an otherwise unpaid position with a not-for-profit organization.

Eligibility: Current Cornell freshmen, sophomores, and juniors interested in funding for their summer 2006 internship.

Value: A stipend of $1200 per month for up to 2 months.
Application Process and more information available.
http://www.einaudi.cornell.edu/PeaceProgram/funding/freeman-fellowship.asp

Other:

Colgate University Postdoctoral Fellowship in Peace and Conflict Studies

Colgate University's 30-year old, interdisciplinary Peace and Conflict Studies Program [P-CON] seeks to appoint a one-year postdoctoral scholar in Peace and Conflict Studies. The Peace and Conflict Studies Program focuses on reflexive and critical analyses of peace and conflict. We encourage applications from candidates whose own research addresses both the particular features of a regional/historical conflict, as well as the general intellectual frameworks developed to explain them. We welcome applications from any field in the Humanities and Social Sciences. The Colgate Peace Scholar will teach one course in P-CON each semester, share their research work with the community, and actively participate in the planning and execution of P-CON Program events.

Applicants should have received their Ph.D. no earlier than 2004; persons holding tenure-track appointments are not eligible to apply. Ph.D. candidates must have degree in hand by the time of appointment. This position carries an annual salary of $37,500 with full benefits and some research or travel support; there is a possibility of renewal for a second year.

Colgate University is an AA/EOE institution and women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Developing and maintaining a diverse faculty and staff further the University's academic mission. Please submit an application letter and supporting materials (CV, two recommendation letters, and sample of written work not to exceed 20 pages; cover letter should indicate what research or writing the candidate will be engaged in while at Colgate) as soon as possible to: Daniel B. Monk, Director, P-CON Program, Colgate University, 13 Oak Drive, Hamilton, NY, 13346-9778. Review of applications will begin on April 10, 2006.

Cornell Contact:
Treva Levine
Adminstrative Manager
Latin American Studies Program
190 Uris Hall, Ithaca, NY 14850
Web: http://einaudi.cornell.edu/latinamerica
Email: tlv4@cornell.edu
Phone 607-255-1468 Fax 607-255-8919

 


 

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