Call for Applications: Faculty Research Fund

The Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility is pleased to announce the launch of its Faculty Research Fund, which is now accepting applications for the 2017/2018 academic year. The Fund will provide support for New School full-time faculty pursuing work and scholarship related to themes of migration and mobility. Faculty may request up to $2,500 per project applications. Award amounts will be determined by project budget, number of awards issued, and availability of funds. Funds may be used for travel and other research related expenses.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. To apply, faculty should submit the below materials to Alex Aleinikoff, Director of the Zolberg Institute (aleinikoff@newschool.edu) and cc Cayce Pack, Associate Director (packc@newschool.edu):

  • Contact Information of Primary Applicant
  • Project Narrative
  • Detailed Project Budget (include confirmed or other pending sources of funding)
  • Plan for Project Publication and External Visibility

Grant recipients may be asked to present their research at Zolberg Institute events, or share their work on Zolberg Institute web platforms.

For questions, please contact Alex Aleinikoff (aleinikoff@newschool.edu) or Cayce Pack (packc@newschool.edu).

 

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