2019 Hawaiʻi/Wisconsin Luce Faculty-Student Research Fellowships Open for Application
Proposals are sought for funding to support research to be conducted in Southeast Asia by one UH Mānoa faculty member and one or more graduate students during Summer or Fall 2019. The Henry Luce Foundation has provided funding to the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin-Madison for research in Southeast Asia. For Year 3 of this grant one faculty member will be chosen at each one of the two institutions to conduct research in a Southeast Asian country, with the provision that she or he is accompanied by, oversees, and mentors one or two graduate students working in the same region and on the same or related research topics and who have advanced abilities in the relevant Southeast Asian language (completed at least 2 years of language study or equivalent). For this last round, at least one graduate student participant must be from UW-Madison. For more information, including requirements and deadlines, see our Luce Fellowships page.