Entries for the Joseph E. Schwartzberg Workable World Trust Fellowships are accepted every year. The fellowship open to students who are clearly committed to global governance. He or she must be currently working on his or her dissertation. The winning applicants will receive financial support for travel cost and other related expenses.
Awards will serve as a supplemental fellowship in the amount of $5,000 offered once in any summer after the second year of study. Eligible students should submit an application following the instructions below. Funds may be used to support summer research projects or substantive internship or practicum projects related to global governance. More specifically, recipients of Joeseph E. Schwartzberg Fellowships who are in Ph.D. programs may use the award to support pre-dissertation or dissertation research travel and related expenses.
The successful fellows will receive award for supporting the costs of domestic or international travel and related expenses necessary for an internship or practicum directly related to global governance.
Level and Area of Studies
Doctoral degree in global governance field.
Place of Study: Not specified.
Eligibility and Criteria
In order to be qualified for this Joseph E. Schwartzberg Workable World Trust Fellowships students must satisfying the given criteria as follow:
- be graduate students in their second (or later) year of study in the College of Liberal Arts program;
- have an affiliation with the Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change (e.g., ICGC Scholar, ICGC Mellon Scholar, ICGC Global Food Security Fellow, DSSC graduate minor program student, current or former Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellow at ICGC);
- be studying toward a degree or conduction research with a primary focus related to global governance; and
- demonstrate academic merit and exceptional potential in their field.
There is no nationality restriction.
Detail instruction can be seen at the website and application link below.
Updated every year.