The following are resources compiled by the Georgetown's Department of Anthropology for the benefit of its faculty. Please take the time to explore some of these exciting opportunities!
Erasmus Institute of Notre Dame
- Residential Fellowships
The Erasmus Institute, an international Catholic center for advanced studies at the University of Notre Dame is offering Residential Fellowships including: the Carey Senior Fellowships (tenured faculty), Junior Fellowships (untenured faculty), Postdoctoral Fellowships (recent PhDs), and Dissertation Fellowships (advanced graduate students). For more information please visit the Erasmus Institute website.
American Center of Oriental Research
- Fellowship Opportunities
The American Center of Oriental Research is offering fellowships for faculty, post-doctoral researchers, graduate students, and undergraduates in several different areas of study.
Faculty Fellowships and Research Opportunities
- Social Science Research Council (SSRC)
The Social Science Research Council supports a broad range of social science-focused scholarly work through a variety of available fellowships.
- American Philosophical Society
Since 1933 the American Philosophical Society has awarded research grants to more than 15,000 scholars through seven grant or fellowship programs in a wide range of fields.
- Junior Faculty Grant Program
The Smith Richardson Foundation awards one-year grants of $60,000 each to support untenured, full-time tenure-track junior faculty engaged in research and writing of scholarly books in the fields of Domestic Public Policy and International Security and Foreign Policy.
University of Michigan
- Survey Methodology Certificate Programs
The University of Michigan has recently launched doctoral, masters and certificate programs in Survey Methodology. The program is interdisciplinary, drawing faculty from the behavioral, social, and communication sciences, as well as from the statistical sciences. Please forward this information to anyone who may be interested and visit there web site for more details: