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UT College of Liberal Arts
Study Abroad Fellowship This fellowship is to for graduate and students to study an Asian language in South or East Asia during the summer. The Center for East Asian Studies invites applications from graduate students from throughout the university, but priority will be given to students in the College of Liberal Arts. The Center for East Asian Studies invites applications from graduate students throughout the university, but priority will be given to students in the College of Liberal Arts.
UT College of Liberal Arts
Asian Pacific Islander Organization The APIO offers three scholarships Asian Pacific American or graduate students with the equivalent of at least 15 semester hours towards a degree in one of the following natural resource fields: Agricultural Business, Agronomy, Biology, Botany, Environmental Science, Forestry, Geology, Horticulture, Plant Science, Rangeland Science, Soil Science, or Agricultural, Civil, or Environmental Engineering, and other related fields of study. Microsoft Technical Scholarship A Microsoft scholarship provides a leg up so applicant can pursue studies in computer science and related technical disciplines.
Funding Asian Studies Program
The Asian Studies Achievement Scholarship is offered each fall semester by the Asian Studies Program based on availability of funds each year. Continuing students, however, should send the Asian Studies Achievement Scholarship Application form directly to Chizuko Allen by February 1. This fellowship is available to full-time Asian Studies M.A. students only. The Asian Studies Program has two teaching assistantships currently available for each academic year. Fellowships are granted on an annual basis but may be renewed depending in part on timely and satisfactory progress toward completion of the degree and East-West Center requirements. In this season of giving please consider donating to the Asian Studies Enrichment Fund to help us best serve the university students.
Outside Agency Scholarships
DRI offers a Law Student Diversity Scholarship program open to incoming second and third-year African American, Hispanic, Asian, Pan Asian and Native American students. The SABANC (South Asian Bar Association of Northern California) Foundation has a fellowship program that funds public interest fellowships for law students who are dedicated to public interest work that impacts and benefits the South Asian community in Northern California. The Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area ( AABA ) is offering one or grants to help fund qualified summer law clerk(s) to work on legal projects that provide free legal services to the Asian American community.
Financial Aid Scholarships
IU East has long awarded scholarships to both incoming and continuing students in recognition of their academic achievement, leadership and community service. Complete the application, applying for both IU East and IU Foundation funding. Most scholarships at IU East are credited to the student account, usually with the award amount being split between fall and spring semesters. A minimum of one Scholarship will be awarded for the IU East campus. Dick and Joan Reynolds Scholarship Turk International Studies Scholarship This scholarship is used to support and graduate students traveling abroad to study in an accredited study or exchange program.
Funding For Students
East Asian studies continuing student academic year fellowship. East Asian studies fellowship for study of women in Asia. East Asian Studies FLAS fellowships for incoming M.A. students.
East West Center Fellowship and Housing
Graduate students from any country, whose research or interests involve the Asia Pacific region, can apply to join The Center and become a life-long member of East-West Center community. Undertaking degree studies at UHM through an East-West Center fellowship is not merely receiving a financial aid scholarship. Since the basic purpose of the East-West Center is to build a sense of Asia-Pacific community and prepare for future leadership roles, EWC graduate student fellows live together and interact with each other in both intellectual and social activities. ADB-JSP is a scholarship program that was established to strengthen human resource capacity in Asian Development Bank developing member countries.
Center for the Study of Race, Politics Culture Graduate Research and Travel Grants. Grants of up to $3000 each to support pre-dissertation research in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Studies. Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture and the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality Dissertation Fellowship.
Fulbright in South Pacific Asian NationsThe Fulbright Program offers grants to qualified graduate students of Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, and Vanuatu to study at the graduate level in the United States. All grant recipients will be required to submit a final report and share their research findings as a lecture talk for the Center for Philippine Studies Colloquium Series. Ligaya Fruto Endowment Fund Deadline: April 2 Alfonso Yuchengco Endowment Fund Deadline: April 2 UHM Center for Japanese Studies Fellowships Scholarships Deadline to apply: February 3, 2020. Star Foundation Graduate Fellowship in Asian Studies This fellowship is available to full-time Asian Studies M.A. sudents only.
The Center for East Asian Studies
It is strongly recommended that students apply simultaneously for the CEAS Chinese Studies Dissertation Fellowship and for other grants and fellowships and include this information in their CEAS application in case of success, students are expected to inform CEAS of the amount of the award at their earliest convenience. Over 270 designated Chinese universities offer a wide variety of academic programs in Science, Engineering, Agriculture, Medicine, Economics, Legal Studies, Management, Education, History, Literature, Philosophy, and Fine Arts for scholarship recipients at all levels.