for German Research
Grants for Recent Ph.D.s and Ph.D. Candidates:
DAAD seeks applicants with well-defined research projects who
need to carry out research at libraries, archives, institutes
or laboratories in Germany. In general, Ph.D.s (up to two years
after conferral of degree) and Ph.D. candidates may apply. Funding
will be provided for one to six months between January and June
2003. See www.daad.org
Visit Grants for Faculty: DAAD seeks applicants with well-defined
research projects who need to carry out research at universities,
laboratories or other institutions in Germany. At least two years
of teaching and/or research experience after completion of a
or equivalent, and a strong publication and research record in
the proposed field are required. Funding will be
provided for one to three months between January and June 2003.
The application deadline for both grants is August 1, 2002.
For information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
German Chancellor Scholarships are awarded annually to highly
motivated individuals in the private, public, not-for-profit,
cultural and academic sectors. The program sponsors individuals
who demonstrate the potential to strengthen ties between Germany
and the United States through their profession or studies.
scholarship provides for a stay of one year in Germany for professional
development, study, or research. Applicants design individual
projects tailored to their professional development and goals
and decide at which institutions to pursue them. Successful
have come from such fields as business, government, social and
policy sciences, law, journalism, communications, management,
finance, economics, architecture, public service, humanities,
arts and environmental affairs.
program begins September 1 and lasts 12months. It is preceded
in August by language classes taught in Germany. The monthly
range from Euro 2,000 to 3,500 and special allowances are available
for accompanying family members, travel expenses, and German
instruction. Candidates must be U.S. citizens, possess a bachelor's
degree by the start of the award, and should be under 35 years
old. Command of German is not a prerequisite.
and information can be found on the foundation's web site
or may be obtained from the following address:
von Humboldt Foundation
14th Street NW, Suite 301
deadline for 2003-2004 awards: October 31, 2002.
M. Randolph, Executive Director, Office of International Programs