Grants of up to $4000 are made to:
- Politics students, undergraduate and graduate, for international study in any region or country, including structured programs and individual research;
- Politics faculty, for research abroad.
Grants can be used from May to December of the year of award, and recipients are expected to submit a brief report on their field experience within two months of their return.
Applicants should inform the committee of other funding applications, and recipients should inform the committee of overlapping awards.
Application materials must be emailed to Sharon Marsh by March 11, 2019. Decisions will be announced by the end of the March.
Submit a statement of purpose, an estimated budget including other planned or pending applications, and an unofficial transcript. One faculty letter of recommendation is required, not necessarily from a Politics faculty member.
Submit a statement describing the research project.