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Funding

Cornell Institute for European Studies (CIES) administers many funding competitions to support the study of European languages, culture, and society. Fellowships and grants are available to faculty, graduate and undergraduate students.


Graduate Funding

Cornell Institute for European Studies offers graduate fellowship, grant, and paper-prize competitions to conduct research on Europe.

Luigi Einaudi Graduate Dissertation Fellowship

Manon Michels Einaudi Grant

Michele Sicca Research Grant

Sidney Tarrow Paper Prize

Abraham and Henrietta Brettschneider Exchange (Graduate Students)

CIES Research Grant (Special Award for 2019-20 only)


 

Undergraduate Funding        

Cornell Institute for European Studies offers undergraduate fellowship and grant competitions to conduct research in Europe.

Frederic Conger Wood Research Fellowship

Susan Tarrow Summer Research Fellowship

The Michael J. Harum Memorial Prize for Students of Slavic Languages

Abraham and Henrietta Brettschneider Exchange (Undergraduates)

 


 

Faculty Funding

Cornell Institute for European Studies offers three faculty funding opportunities.

Language Instruction Travel Grant 

Luigi Einaudi Innovation Grant 

Abraham and Henrietta Brettschneider Exchange (Faculty)

(If interested in CIES co-sponsoring an event, initiative, etc., please click here.)


 


 

Co-Sponsorship Funding

The Cornell Institute for European Studies promotes and coordinates multidisciplinary curricula, research projects, initiatives, and events centering on Europe including the Mediterranean region. Through our program of lectures, conferences, seminars, international exchanges and scholarships, the Institute seeks to broaden the Cornell community's view of Europe and the Mediterranean.

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Scholars Hardship Funding

The Cornell Institute for European Studies, through the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, is now accepting applications for the Scholars Hardship Fund. The Cornell Institute for European Studies firmly supports academic freedom, aiming to provide a supportive community and some financial help to those who are under threat or restricted in their academic pursuits, activism, research and speech.

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