Brazil: The Sport of Democracy
This program represents a unique opportunity to study in Brazil and receive 13 credits of UW coursework in a four week period. Participants study Portuguese, engage in experiential learning projects, and receive an in-depth, critical understanding of contemporary Brazil. This year students will focus on the discussions around mega-sports events in Brazil and their relationship to democratic processes, social programs and economic growth. Student will engage with scholars and various social groups to discuss the repercussions of the World Cup (July 2014) and the upcoming Summer Olympics in 2016.
Read more at Late fall Brazil study abroad 2014
Grants, Fellowships, and Scholarships
• Fulbright Fellowships for Graduate Studies and Research Abroad
• National Security Education Program
• Foreign Language & Area Studies Fellowships (FLAS)
• Dissertation Fieldwork Grants
Deadline: November 1 and May 1
Fulbright Fellowships for Graduate Studies and Research Abroad
Awards provide travel and maintenance, and specific book or research allowances for study or research projects in over 100 nations. Level of required language training depends on the project or study plan and the country in question. For further information and application please contact the Fellowship and Assistantship Office, the Graduate School, 200 Gerberding Hall, Box 351240, University of Washington, phone:206-543-7152.
National Security Education Program
Graduate Fellowships, Academy for Educational Development. This is a graduate fellowship to support outstanding students who demonstrate high levels of academic performance and motivation to internationalize their education by developing expertise in languages, cultures, and world regions. Applicants must be US citizens and willing to enter a service agreement if awarded; must be in a graduate degree program. Contact: Fellowship and Assistantship Office, the Graduate School, 200 Gerberding Hall, Box 351240, University of Washington, phone: 206-543-7152
Foreign Language & Area Studies Fellowships (FLAS)
Information Sessions: November 26, December 4
Available to undergraduate, graduate and professional students.
Receive tuition and a living stipend:
Academic Year Graduate: $18,000 tuition, $15,000 living stipend
Academic Year Undergraduate: $10,000 tuition, $5,000 living stipend
Graduate/ Undergraduate: $5,000 tuition, $2,500 living stipend
The FLAS Fellowship is available to U.S. citizens and permanent residents. FLAS Fellowships support study of the following languages and their world regions:
-Arabic –Bangla -Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian –Bulgarian –Burmese -Canadian First Nations –Chinese –Czech –Danish -Estonian -Filipino/Tagalog –Finnish –French –German –Hebrew –Hindi -Indonesian/Malay –Italian –Japanese –Kazakh –Khmer –Korean –Latvian –Lithuanian –Norwegian –Persian –Polish –Portuguese –Russian –Slovenian –Spanish –Swahili –Swedish –Tajik –Thai –Turkish –Uighur –Urdu –Uzbek –Vietnamese
Questions: email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, visit: http://www.jsis.washington.edu/advise/flas/
Dissertation Fieldwork Grants
Deadline: May 1 and November 1
Dissertation Fieldwork Grants are awarded to aid doctoral or thesis research. The program contributes to the Foundation's overall mission to support basic research in anthropology and to ensure that the discipline continues to be a source of vibrant and significant work that furthers our understanding of humanity's cultural and biological origins, development, and variation. The Foundation supports research that demonstrates a clear link to anthropological theory and debates, and promises to make a solid contribution to advancing these ideas. There is no preference for any methodology, research location, or subfield. The Foundation particularly welcomes proposals that employ a comparative perspective, can generate innovative approaches or ideas, and/or integrate two or more subfields.
Applicants applying for a Dissertation Fieldwork Grant may also choose to be considered simultaneously for the Osmundsen Initiative.
Please note that the maximum amount of the Dissertation Fieldwork Grant has been changed. Dissertation Fieldwork Grants provide a maximum of US $20,000 and the Osmundsen Initiative supplement provides up to an additional $5,000 for a maximum grant of US $25,000. Grants are non-renewable.
Students must be enrolled in a doctoral program (or equivalent, if applying from outside the United States) at the time of application. Students of all nationalities are eligible to apply. There is no time limit on the duration of the grant, and funding may be requested to cover distinct research phases (for example, two summers) if this is part of the research design. Application deadlines are May 1 and November 1. Final decisions are made six months later.
Applicants must submit application materials using the Foundation's online application submission procedure as well as send printed copies to the Foundation by regular mail.