This fellowship supports shot-term field research by undergraduates, graduate students, post-doctoral scholars, and faculty researchers. Fellows conduct field research between May and October. The award is meant to defray transportation costs and provide a stipend in the field.
by Less than an Academic Year
Less than an Academic Year
These scholarships last 3-9 months for research examining Russia, Ukraine, and Eurasia. They are available to academics in the early stages of their career, particularly at the postdoctoral level; doctoral candidates may apply but must have defended their dissertation before starting the fellowship.
Regular Members and Student Associate members already attending the School for the entire previous academic year are eligible to apply for funds to travel in Greece. Preference is given to those who have not received funding for travel from their home institutions or other sources.
Travel grants of $2,000 for graduate students or postdoctoral scholars from North American institutions are available for projects in archaeological science in Greece. Preference will be given to those who anticipate carrying out the majority of their research at the Wiener Laboratory in Athens.
Supports postdoctoral scholars working on a Corinth or Agora publication assignment with preference given to those working on a volume rather than an article. A minimum of 3 months to maximum of 9 months will be funded.
Jessup funds are awarded competitively to students wishing to conduct studies at the postgraduate, doctoral and postdoctoral levels under the supervision or sponsorship of a member of the curatorial staff of the Academy. The McHenry Fund is similarly intended, but is restricted to botanists.
$3,000 award for 1 month. Room and half-board at the Institute is $1,200 per month and the remainder is stipend. Open to doctoral, post-doctoral, and senior scholars of all nationalities.
Dumbarton Oaks offers a limited number of short-term residencies for advanced graduate students preparing for Ph.D. general exams or writing their dissertations in Byzantine, Pre-Columbian, or Garden & Landscape Studies.
the Marshall Plan Foundation offers up to 1,000 scholarships for American and Austrian students for the academic years 2008 to 2017. The funding will be up to € 10.000,- (at a minimum of € 3.000,-) for at least three months.
The center grants short term research stipends to pre- and postdoctoral students who focus on Germany or Central and eastern Europe in their research. Recipients are also offered access to the Center’s facilities. Applicants from all fields of humanities and social sciences are welcome. ***Visit website/contact funder for current funding opportunities.***