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Abraham and Henrietta Brettschneider Exchange for Graduate Students

Cornell University - University of Oxford

The Cornell Institute for European Studies (CIES) requests proposals for funding from the Abraham and Henrietta Brettschneider Oxford Exchange Fund. The purpose of the Brettschneider Fund is to facilitate academic exchanges between Cornell and Merton, New, and Nuffield Colleges of Oxford University (UK). The awards are open to faculty, graduate, and undergraduate scholars, and are designed to promote scholarly interchange between Cornell and the three Oxford colleges, primarily in the social sciences and humanities.

Award Description

Successful grant applicants receive funding to support research stays at one of the three listed Oxford colleges. Cornell faculty and students (graduate and undergraduate) from all colleges are invited to apply, with projects that foster ongoing, close collaboration in the social sciences and humanities between Cornell and Oxford given priority.

The award also is open to faculty-student research teams to travel to Oxford and collaborate with their faculty and students, and make use of Oxford’s extensive research and library resources.

Appropriate uses of the fund include thesis or dissertation research, workshop participation, support for study abroad or field research based out of Oxford, and initiating or sustaining research partnerships.

  • Four to five page (double-spaced) research proposal
  • Bibliography (does not count towards proposal page limit)
  • Detailed budget (does not count towards proposal page limit)
  • Proposed research timeline (does not count towards proposal page limit)
  • One faculty letter of recommendation (for graduate and undergraduate students)
  • A letter of affiliation or invitation from the faculty or staff of Merton, New, and Nuffield Colleges
  • If awarded grant, all students must register their trip with Cornell International Travel Registry

We are not presently accepting applications.

For additional information or advising, contact Pamela Hampton, Program Manager of IES.