University of California Irvine (UCI) Global Scholars Early Career Fellowship 2020 for Developing Countries
Early career scholars that are doing critical interdisciplinary research on pressing global issues are encouraged to apply for a fellowship to attend the 2nd Annual UCI Global Studies Conference.
Application Deadline: 18th October 2019
Eligible Countries: Low and Middle Income Countries (LMIC)
To be Taken at (Country): Department of Global & International Studies at the University of California Irvine.
About the Award: The conference will be held January 31 – February 1, 2020 and will be hosted by the Department of Global & International Studies at the University of California Irvine.
The purpose of the UCI Global Scholars Early Career Fellowship is to support professionalization in the field of Global Studies, including successful publishing, by fostering quality mentorship for junior scholars.
Eligibility: Early career scholars, including pre-tenure assistant professors, postdoctoral fellows, recent Ph.D. and advanced graduates (ABD), are eligible to apply.
Number of Awards: Not specified
Value of Award: UC Irvine will provide successful applicants with travel and lodging at the conference.
Duration of Award: January 31 – February 1, 2020
How to Apply:
- Online Application
- Curriculum Vitae
- Article or book chapter in progress with abstract1
- A one-page research statement2
- One copy of student’s transcript (student applicants only)3
- Letter of Recommendation (the name of one recommender who is well acquainted with your academic work)
Applicants must submit with their application a full draft of a work in progress that they will present at the conference. The work could be a journal article or book chapter that is to be submitted for publication to a peer review journal or academic press.
The research statement should describe your general research interests and how your current project fits into your larger research agenda. Please keep in mind that we are a Global and International Studies Department and our main interests are in global issues.
Graduate students enrolled in doctoral programs in the United States are required to submit an unofficial graduate transcript. Graduate students enrolled in research-only programs that do not have graduate classes do not need to submit a transcipt