AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIPS FOR RADUATE STUDY. Approximately 35 awards to women who are not U.S. citizens for one academic year of graduate study or research in the U.S. and six awards for advanced study in a country other than their own. For women who are members or affiliates of the International Federation of University of Women. The stipend varies according to need and may include tuition and fees but not travel. Requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent and proficiency in English as well as intent to return to the home country. For information write to: AAUW Foundation Program Office, P.O. Box 4030, Iowa City, Iowa 52243-4030 U.S.A. Telephone (319)337-1716.
EVANS FELLOWSHIP A graduate of any university is eligible to apply for a one or two year fellowship, provided that he or she intends to engage in research in anthropology and archaeology (broadly defined) in relation to Southeast Asia. Preference will be given to applicants who intend to engage in research in relation to Borneo, the Malay Peninsula, Singapore or Thailand. The research shall contribute to furtherance of the study of anthropology and archaeology in Cambridge. It is expected that the successful candidate(s) will either be based in Cambridge, or will spend a substantial period of time during or after their period of research in Cambridge. The stipend of a fellow will be determined by the Advisory Committee at the time of the election, and will not exceed 6,000 British pounds a year. Applications, together with an outline of the applicant's proposed scheme of travel and research, a curriculum vitae, and the names of two referees, must be sent to: Secretary, Evans Fund Advisory Committee, Department of Social Anthropology, Free School Lane, Cambridge, England.
INDOCHINA SCHOLARLY EXCHANGE PROGRAM. Sponsored by the Joint Committee on Southeast Asia of the Social Research Council and the American Council of Learned Societies. This new program is intended to encourage and support research in the social sciences and humanities relating to Vietnam. Nominal grants will be awarded which can be supplemental to other funding. For information write to: Social Science Research Council, Indochina Scholarly Exchange, 605 North Third Avenue, New York, NY 10158 U.S.A.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. For information write to: Committee for Research and Exploration, National Geographic Society, 17th and M Streets, N.W., Washington D.C. 20036 U.S.A.
NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION: SCIENCE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES PROGRAM. For information write to: Division of International Programs, National Science Foundation, Washington D.C. 20550 U.S.A.
O.W. SAMSON TRAVELLING AWARD, THE ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. Applications are invited for a travelling scholarship in memory of the late Dr.O.W. Samson, to enable a graduate student to travel in furtherance of his/her research. Applicants should have completed their first degree at a British University and be registered or be intending to register for a higher degree in the fields of archaeology or anthropology relating to Asia. There is no restriction on age or nationality, but no scholar will be permitted to receive the award more than once. The vale of the award is expected to be in the region of 1,000 British pounds. Applications giving full details of the applicant's academic career and research interests, the project for which the grant is sought, and the names of two referees acquainted with the applicant's work, should be submitted to: The Secretary, Royal Asiatic Society, 60 Queens Gardens, London W2 3SAF. Please contact the Secretary for the next deadline.
PEO INTERNATIONAL PEACE SCHOLARSHIPS FUND. Scholarships awards to women from other countries to study in the United States or Canada. Applicant must be admitted full-time in a graduate degree program and must plan to return to native country. Maximum grant for one year is $3500; may apply for renewal. For information write to: PEO International Peace Scholarship Fund, PEO Executive Office, 3700 Grand Avenue, Des Moines, IA 50312 U.S.A.
ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION. Awards to assist women and men of outstanding promise to make significant contributions to research and teaching or public service in the future as potential staff members of developing-country institutions associated with the Foundation. For information write to: Rockefeller Foundation, 1133 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10036 U.S.A.
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION FELLOWSHIPS support independent research in residence at the Smithsonian Institution. Predoctoral fellowships and directed research fellowships are available in the following disciplines: American History, Material Culture, Anthropology, Biological Sciences, Earth Science, History of Art, Astronomy and Ecology. For information write to: Office of Fellowships and Grants, L'Enfant Plaza 7300, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C. 20560 U.S.A.
TOYOTA FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL GRANT PROGRAM. Under this program, grants are awarded for research projects that respond to the needs of society and are conducted mainly in Southeast Asian countries by indigenous researches. At present, this program concentrates on projects aimed at preserving and encouraging the indigenous cultures of Southeast Asia. There is no fixed deadline for submitting applications. Anyone interested in applying for a grant under this program should write to the Foundation briefly outlining the proposed research project. For further information write to: The Toyota foundation, Shinjuku Mitsui Building 37F, 2-1-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 163-04 Japan.
TOYOTA FOUNDATION, INCENTIVE GRANTS FOR YOUNG RESEARCHERS IN SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES. To encourage Southeast Asian Studies in Southeast Asia, the Toyota Foundation offers grants to Southeast Asia researchers who are enrolled in graduate- level programs in the humanities and social sciences at Malaysian universities and are conducting documentary or field research on Southeast Asian countries other than their own. For further information write to the address above.
THE WENNER-GREN FOUNDATION FOR ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH will support research in all branches of anthropology and in related disciplines pertaining to the science of humankind. There are no restrictions on nationality. Applications must be made four months prior to the starting date of the project. For further information or to receive an application, send a brief description of the project to: The Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, 220 Fifth Avenue New York, NW 10001-7708 U.S.A.
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