HUMPHREY STUDENTS INTERESTED IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, HUMAN RIGHTS, PEACE STUDIES Apply by January 23 for the Philip C. Smaby Peace Fellowship
The Smaby family and the University of Minnesota Foundation have established a generous fellowship of $3000.00 (with the potential for additional funds) for a student at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs to participate in a graduate course in ISSSV 4854 Peace Research, ISSJF 4711 Human Rights, ISSUV 4310 Special Needs Education , ISSHF 4060 Gender Equality, ISSSUM 4180 Energy, Environment & Sustainable Development, or ISSSV 4756 International Development Studies at the University of Oslo International Summer School, from June 23 to August 3, 2012.
You can complete graduate credits towards your Humphrey degree while studying and living on the beautiful campus of the University of Oslo and participating in trips around the country. The International Summer School was started after World War II to promote international peace and development. For full information on the summer school, go to www.summerschool.uio.no
You must apply separately for the Smaby Peace Fellowship and to the International Summer School. Please see the attached instructions and fellowship application form. The deadline for the fellowship is January 23 and the deadline for applying to the ISS is February 1, 2012. Note that the fellowship will cover only part of the costs of the summer experience.
Questions? Please contact Lynne Schuman at lschuman(at)umn.edu. Please note that you must be a currently registered Humphrey student to apply for the Smaby Fellowship.
Please note two HHH students participated in the 2011 International Summer School: Brandon Baumbach and Duane Johnson. They each added an internship component in Norway to their summer studies.
Lynne R. Schuman, Director of Career Services
Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota
lschuman(at)umn.edu 612-625-2847 (phone) 612-626-0002 (fax)