IHRC Fellowship Applications Due March 29, 2024

academic year and summer fellowships available
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The Immigration History Research Center (IHRC) graduate student fellowship program supports students working on a broad range of international migration- and US immigration-related research topics. Research must also advance the work of the IHRC and involve graduate fellows in the work of the Immigration History Research Center Archives (IHRCA). Fellowships are available for the 2024-45 academic year and for summer 2024. Applications are due March 29.

Academic year fellowships are awarded for one or two semesters. They are 50% appointments and provide a stipend of $11,000 for one semester, full tuition support for up to 14 graduate credits during the semester, and subsidized health insurance through the Graduate Assistant Health Plan.

Summer fellowships include a $6000 stipend plus subsidized health insurance through the Graduate Assistant Health Plan. 

To be considered for IHRC fellowships, candidates must: be admitted to, or currently enrolled in, a Masters or PhD degree program at the University of Minnesota; have research interests related to global migration and/or immigration; and meet additional requirements for specific fellowships. 

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT FELLOWSHIPS, SEE OUR WEBSITE https://cla.umn.edu/ihrc/grants-fellowships/fellowships-scholarships

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