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The Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and the Humanities Foundation have established a fellowship program, Graduate Research Abroad Fellowships, to support foreign-based research by doctoral students whose research requires an extended period of residence in another country or countries. This program is primarily intended for students in the Humanities and the Social Sciences, where the opportunity to conduct foreign research is often crucial and where sources of funds are limited, but students from all Arts & Sciences disciplines will be eligible for consideration.
There are two kinds of Graduate Research Abroad Fellowships:
Fellowships will be awarded to students nominated by their departments and selected by a committee of Directors of Graduate Studies. At the time of nomination, students must be well advanced in their doctoral studies and will typically have completed all doctoral program requirements except the dissertation. Each department or doctoral program may nominate up to three students each semester, using this nomination form nomination form. Forms should be submitted by departments to the Graduate School by November 1 for the fall round and by March 21 for the spring round. Up to ten Short-term and ten Long-term Fellowships will be awarded each year.