NSF East Asa and Pacific Summer Institututes

Description (by DGS)

Funds summer research in affiliation with a host institution in Australia, China, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore, or Taiwan. $5,000 stipend plus cost of travel. through the NSF sociology program. It is sometimes possible to apply for joint funding with other divisions of NSF. Proposed research should be "hypothesis driven" and achievable within 8-10 weeks.

Ryan Seebruck of UA sociology won this fellowship is 2008.

Application deadline for 2013 is November 25.

Program website: www.nsf.gov/eapsi

Tips for applicants to this program are here.