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(E) Harvard Academy for Intntl Studies - no US citizenship required
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  07/1/2002 | Education | Unrated
(E) Harvard Academy for Intntl Studies - no US citizenship required

Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies:
Pre- and Post-doctoral Fellowships (No US citizenship required)

http://www.wcfia.harvard.edu/academy/apply.htm  

The Academy Scholars Program 
Pre- and Post-doctoral Fellowships 

The purpose of the Academy Scholars Program is to identify outstanding 
scholars who are at the start of their careers and whose work combines 
disciplinary excellence in the social sciences and history with an in-depth 
grounding in particular countries or regions outside the United States, 
Canada, and Western Europe. 

The Academy Scholars are a select group of individuals who show promise of 
becoming leading scholars at major universities. Pre-doctoral applicants 
must have completed all course work and general examinations by the 
beginning of the first year for which they plan to apply and are expected to 
have made some significant progress on their dissertations. Scholars are 
appointed and supported by the Harvard Academy for International and Area 
Studies to provide opportunities for advanced work while in residence at 
Harvard University, although travel for research is allowed. Academy 
Scholars are given time, guidance, access to Harvard facilities, and 
substantial financial assistance as they work for two years conducting 
either dissertation or post-doctoral research in their chosen fields and 
areas. The Senior Scholars, a distinguished group of senior Harvard faculty 
members, act as mentors to the Academy Scholars to help them achieve their 
intellectual potential. 


To Apply 

Applications for the 2003-2004 class of Academy Scholars are due by October 
15, 2002. There is no application form. The following materials are required 
for a complete application: 

a current curriculum vitae, including a list of publications (include 3 
copies) 
a statement of the applicant's planned research and intellectual objectives 
for the next two years and how appointment as an Academy Scholar will 
contribute to his or her career goals - no more than 10 pages double-spaced 
(include 3 copies) 
an official copy of each graduate transcript 
three letters of recommendation in sealed, signed envelopes placed inside 
the application packet 
a cover letter which sufficiently states the applicant's academic field, 
country of origin or region of specialization, and proposed or actual 
research topic (include 3 copies) 

Please do not staple materials. 
Faxed or e-mailed applications will not be accepted. 
Finalists will be invited to Cambridge for interviews with the Senior 
Scholars in December 2002. 


Applications should be mailed to: 
The Academy Scholars Program 
Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies 
1033 Massachusetts Avenue 
Cambridge, MA 02138 

All materials must be received by October 15, 2002. The selection process 
begins immediately thereafter. Applicants whose materials are late or 
incomplete are at a disadvantage when considered by the Selection Committee. 
Announcements of the awards will be made in January 2003. 

Program details and application guidelines are now available from the 
Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies at the WCFIA for the 
academic year 2003-2004. For additional information contact: 
Beth Baiter, Program Coordinator 
bbaiter@wcfia.harvard.edu
  
or 
James Clem, Executive Officer 
jclem@wcfia.harvard.edu
  
Phone: (617) 495-2137 Fax: (617) 384-9259 
Web Address: http://www.wcfia.harvard.edu/academy/  

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