Due February 14, 2020
The Thomas and Evelyn Rawski Graduate Fellowship in China and Chinese Studies is an up to $10,000 graduate student research scholarship that can be used to support well conceptualized research in or about China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, or the Chinese diaspora community toward the end of a completed research product. Research products can include: conference presentations, journal articles, book publications/contracts, policy white papers, completed dissertations or other public distribution of scholarship. Strong priority will be give to Asian Studies students.
Applications must include:
- Completed submittable form
- Official Transcripts from every undergraduate and graduate program attended
- An updated CV
- TOEFL scores (if applicable)
- Three letters of recommendation (one from the student's primary advisor)
- A written statement of no more than 2000 words describing the proposed research, importance to the field, research plan, and planned distribution of research (as specifically as possible).
- Detailed budget for the proposed research