George Mason University Humane Studies Fellowship Program in USA, 2017 is open for International Students . The scholarship allows level programm(s) in the field of taught at George Mason University . The deadline of the scholarship is .
Applications are invited for Humane Studies Fellowships to pursue a liberty advancing career in academia. Fellowships are only open to IHS alumni.
IHS is a nonprofit educational organization that engages with students and professors around the country to encourage the study and advancement of freedom.
It is a non-residency fellowship program to help graduate students succeed in their PhD program.
Intended for graduate students with an interest in developing, teaching, and applying the principles of a free society, this program supports research in the humanities and social sciences.
Research interests from previous Humane Studies Fellowship recipients have included:
- Market-based approaches to environmental policy
- The legal development of privacy and property rights in 18th-century England
- The role of patient autonomy in bioethics
- Impediments to economic growth in developing countries
- The relationship between U.S. presidential politics, fiscal policies, and economic performance
The Humane Studies Fellowship is a renewable award of up to $15,000, and you may re-apply each year of your graduate school studies.
To be eligible to apply for the Humane Studies Fellowship, you must:
- Be enrolled in a PhD program for the upcoming academic year.
- Have a research interest that contributes to liberty-advancing scholarship.
- Have attended an IHS program or event (If you’re new to IHS, check out our PhD Scholarship!).
Fellows (IHS alumni) from all around the world are eligible for these Humane Studies.
How to Apply:
To complete the application for the Humane Studies Fellowship, you will need to upload the following:
- Your CV.
- A recent writing sample of 3,000 words or fewer. If your preferred writing sample is longer than 3,000 words, a partial sample of that work is acceptable.
- An electronic transcript from your current (or most recent) institution. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable.
The deadline for all applications is January 31, 2017.