Every year, the Institute for Humane Studies Fellowship Program awards students who engage in liberty- advancing research or work to promote liberty in their academics.
Fellowships are open to graduate students whose research and career goals focus on liberty- advancing subjects. Fellowships are also given to exceptional junior and senior undergraduates who currently participate in liberty- related activities and who plan on pursuing a career in academia.
Fellowships range anywhere from $2,000 to $15,000; last year, IHS awarded 180 fellowships totaling more than $650,000.
As an IHS fellow, winners also become candidates for special invitation- only programs such as the Advanced Topics in Liberty colloquia and the Career Development Seminars. Additionally, the fellowship offers an extensive networking opportunity with notable alumni in specific research fields.
The application deadline for the Human Studies Fellowship Program is December 31, 2010; interested candidates should apply here.