IMMIGRATION HISTORY RESEARCH CENTER 2009-2010 GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS

IHRC will award fellowships in 2009-2010 of up to $15,000 to University of Minnesota graduate students making use of the IHRC's extensive Estonian, Latvian, and Arab American collections. Applicants must contact their graduate programs by December 15, 2008, to express interest in being nominated for a fellowship. Applications DUE: Feb. 1, 2009.

IMMIGRATION HISTORY RESEARCH CENTER 2009-2010 GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS

IHRC will award fellowships in 2009-2010 of up to $15,000 to University of Minnesota graduate students making use of the IHRC's extensive Estonian, Latvian, and Arab American collections. Departments must submit application materials, including evidence of relevant language proficiency, by February 1, 2009, to the IHRC. Applicants must contact their graduate programs by December 15, 2008, to express interest in being nominated for a fellowship. Current or prospective graduate students are strongly encouraged to learn more about the IHRC collections and fellowships at http://www.ihrc.umn.edu/>.

Up to two full-year fellowships will be available to support Estonian American studies, one full-year fellowship for Latvian American studies, and one single-semester fellowship for Arab American studies will be available to support graduate students. Fellows must be able to conduct research in IHRC collections in the areas of their fellowships. Fellowship winners will be announced in spring 2009.

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