UCLA-NTNU Taiwan Studies Initiative – DEADLINE: February 20, 2019

UCLA-NTNU Taiwan Studies Initiative

Graduate Fieldwork Fellowships & Faculty Travel Grants

 

Graduate Fieldwork Fellowships

Through a collaboration with National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU), the UCLA Asia Pacific Center offers awards of up to $3,750 per quarter for UCLA graduate students to conduct Taiwan-related research at NTNU. Students from any discipline may apply, but research must incorporate topics or methodologies of the humanities, social or behavioral sciences. Applications should be submitted to the UCLA Asia Pacific Center by the posted deadline. Graduate student applicants must be current UCLA students in good standing with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Each application must be accompanied by a proposal of 2–3 pages in length, an unofficial UCLA transcript, CV, budget, and one UCLA faculty letter of recommendation. Proposals should identify a department or faculty member at NTNU who will host you. Include the dates of your proposed travel.

 

Faculty Travel Grants

The UCLA Asia Pacific Center will offer short-term travel grants of up to $3,000 to UCLA faculty for short-term visits at NTNU. Faculty may use the funds to engage in Taiwan-related research and/or to strengthen academic relationships with scholars at NTNU and in Taiwan. Faculty from any discipline may apply, but research must incorporate topics or methodologies of the humanities, social or behavioral sciences. Applications should be submitted to the UCLA Asia Pacific Center via the online system. The application should include a brief proposal including purpose and dates of the visit, collaborating partners at NTNU, and an estimated budget.

 

Deadline for 2019–2020:

February 20, 2019

 

For further information and to apply, visit http://international.ucla.edu/apc/article/182678

 

 

Taiwan Studies Lectureship Graduate Fellowships & Faculty Travel Grants

Funding for Research in Taiwan

 

Graduate Research Fellowships

Through a grant from the Taiwan Ministry of Education, the UCLA Asia Pacific Center offers awards of up to $7,000 to UCLA graduate students for pre-dissertation or dissertation-level research in Taiwan. Students from any discipline may apply, but research must incorporate topics or methodologies of the humanities, social or behavioral sciences. Applications should be submitted to the UCLA Asia Pacific Center by the posted deadline. Graduate student applicants must be current UCLA students in good standing with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Each application must be accompanied by a proposal of 2–3 pages in length, an unofficial UCLA transcript, CV, budget, and one UCLA faculty letter of recommendation. Proposals should identify an institution or scholar in Taiwan who will host you. Include the dates of your proposed travel.

 

Eligibility:

According to guidelines established by the funding agency, students who are citizens of Taiwan, Hong Kong, or the People’s Republic of China are not eligible to apply unless they also hold US citizenship or have permanent resident status (Green Card). Green Card holders should consult foreign travel guidelines to ensure that they do not inadvertently abandon their permanent resident status due to extended travel outside the US.

 

Faculty Travel Grants

The UCLA Asia Pacific Center will offer short-term travel grants of up to $2,000 to UCLA faculty for research or academic collaborations in Taiwan. Faculty from any discipline may apply, but research must incorporate topics or methodologies of the humanities, social or behavioral sciences. Applications should be submitted to the UCLA Asia Pacific Center via the online system. The application should include a brief proposal including purpose and dates of the visit, collaborating institutions and scholars in Taiwan, and an estimated budget.

 

Deadline for 2019–2020:

February 20, 2019

 

For further information and to apply, visit http://international.ucla.edu/apc/article/146536

 

The UCLA Taiwan Studies Lectureship is sponsored by the UCLA Dean of Humanities and the Asia Pacific Center with generous funding from the Department of International and Cross-Strait Education of the Ministry of Education, Taiwan.

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