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Mellon Foundation European Endowment Research and Travel Awards

The Institute for European Studies offers graduate students working on European topics research and conference travel awards as well as support for formal language training programs. These EURO programs for graduate students are funded under a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

EURO Graduate Student Professional Development Grant

To help graduate students who require support for research travel or travel for participation in a structured academic internship program or formal language training programs. The research, internship or language program must focus on topics related to contemporary European studies or a modern European language. Research funds may be used to conduct preliminary thesis or disseration feasibility studies or to compile evidence for their Master's thesis or dissertation. EURO research travel grants will normally not exceed $500 and international grants will normally not exceed $1000. However, additional funds may be available for short-term stays dedicated to data collection, interviews, and pre-dissertation fieldwork. While priority is given to students pursuing an MA or doctoral minor in European Studies, all IU graduate students are welcome to apply. 

Deadlines: October 15 & April 1

 

EURO Graduate Student Conference Travel Grant

To help graduate students present their research on contemporary European topics at major association meetings and conferences. Student travel reimbursement may be applied to minimum airfare or mileage (per IU guidelines), lodging, and conference registration fee. Conference travel awards will normally not exceed $350 for U.S. conferences and $500 for international conferences. A formal paper is required, and students should submit the paper and letter of acceptance with their application. No retroactive awards will be made. While priority is given to students pursuing an MA or doctoral minor in European Studies, all IU graduate students are welcome to apply.

Priority is given to students pursuing an MA in European Studies or a doctoral minor in European Studies.

Deadlines: October 15 & April 1

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