East Asian Languages & Literatures Scholarships
Overseas Research Funding
EALL has a number of scholarship funds that EALL MA or PhD students can use for costs associated with overseas research purposes. The awards are intended to partially offset such expenses rather than to fully fund such research trips. Details regarding the funds are as follows:
- Alan Wolfe Memorial Fellowship
Qualifying students: MA or PhD Japanese literature students
- Japan America Friendship Fund
Qualifying students: All MA and PhD students who plan to travel to Japan. Recipients should express the goal of participating in sustaining and improving Japanese/American relations. Recipients must be US citizens.
All of these funds are awarded through one centralized online application process, which is administered by CAPS (Center for Asian and Pacific Studies) and can be found here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/EALL. The deadline is typically in mid-March.
CAPS Small Professional Grants
The Center for Asian and Pacific Studies is offering awards of up to $500 in support of the professional activities of UO graduate students studying Asia. Awards will be made for the following purposes: travel to conferences to present papers, travel to library, museum, and archival collections; and expenses related to book and article production and publication.
For further details, visit the CAPS website: http://caps.uoregon.edu/caps-small-professional-grants-for-graduate-students/. Deadlines are twice per year, typically in November and March.
Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships
This program provides academic year and summer fellowships in foreign language and either area or international studies. Graduate students are awarded a $15,000 living stipend plus tuition and mandatory fees for the academic year award and $2,500 plus tuition and mandatory fees for the summer award. See the CAPS (Center for Asian and Pacific Studies) website for further details: http://caps.uoregon.edu/flas/. The deadline is typically in winter term. Only US citizens and permanent residents are eligible.
Freeman Internship Fellowships
The Freeman Foundation seeks to assist colleges and universities in expanding opportunities for U.S. students to work as interns in East and Southeast Asia. These internship fellowships provide stipends up to $6,000 to UO student interns to offset travel and living expenses overseas. See the CAPS (Center for Asian and Pacific Studies) website for further details: http://caps.uoregon.edu/freeman-internship-fellowships/. Only US citizens and permanent residents are eligible. Deadlines are three times per year.