Posts tagged with 'fellowships'

Grants and Fellowships: February 23rd, 2015

           With the generous support of the Henry Luce Foundation, ASIANetwork, a consortium of over 150 North American colleges, is providing financial support for the hiring of teaching fellow positions at our member colleges for the next two years.  For more information about the positions for our 2015-16 program and links to the position postings, go to and click the Teaching Fellows Job Listing link.  Application deadlines and procedures vary.

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Grants and Fellowships: February 16th, 2015

The Fondation France-Japon de l’EHESS is presently recruiting Senior and Junior levels researchers in the framework of its newly established Centre for French-Japanese Advanced Studies in Paris (Centre d’Etudes Avancées Franco-Japonais de Paris, CEAFJP ( The CEAFJP is a research and exchange platform coordinated by the Fondation France-Japon de l’EHESS, and located in Paris, France.

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Fellowships and Grants: January 12, 2015

             The National Security Education Program (NSEP) Boren Fellowships provide graduate students with up to $30,000 to add an important international and language component to their graduate education through specialization in area study, language study, or increased language proficiency. For a complete list of eligible languages, click here. For more information, please visit

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Grants and Fellowships: January 5th, 2015

          The AAS/CIAC has funds to support small grants for members working on China, Taiwan, or Inner Asia. The CIAC Small Grants program is supported by generous funding by the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation, as well as from independent donations from AAS members that are just now in the process of being solicited. We are typically able to award approximately twenty small grants annually (and we are hoping we can garner as much in donations as we did last year to enable this number of awards).

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Fellowships and Grants: December 29, 2014

          Stanford University is now accepting applications for 8 positions to teach Thinking Matters, a required program that honors the freshman educational tradition first established at Stanford in 1919. Thinking Matters courses foster intellectual curiosity and the development of critical inquiry skills and support first-year students in achieving a successful transition to college-level learning.

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