Unless otherwise noted, CSEAS scholarships and fellowships have been consolidated on the UH Star System at http://www.star.hawaii.edu. Click “Scholarships” and use the advanced search to look for the scholarships/fellowships listed below. After you have located the scholarship/fellowship, click on “Apply” and you will be directed to the application form and extended award requirements. Please follow all directions to insure a proper application has been submitted and the deadline for each application has been met.
Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships (FLAS)
Recipients must be a U.S. citizen, national, or permanent resident enrolled full-time in an undergraduate or graduate program at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and studying an eligible Southeast Asian language (Cambodian, Tagalog, Indonesian, Thai, and Vietnamese) during the award period. Undergraduate recipients must take intermediate (2nd year) or higher level language courses. Academic year fellowship recipients must take at least one language course and a matching area studies course each semester, and Summer fellowship recipients must enroll in an approved formal intensive language training program with 120 hours of instruction at the advanced level, or 140 hours of instruction at lower levels, for a period of 6 weeks or longer.
Questions should be addressed to School of Pacific & Asian Studies Fellowships Coordinator, Dr. Chizuko Allen, at 956-2210 or email@example.com.
Application Deadline: Friday, January 18, 2013 by 5:00pm HST | Apply Now
Starr Foundation Graduate Fellowship in Asian Studies
This fund is to assist graduate students in Asian Studies w/field study expenses, summer language study, research or conference travel & general study expenses.
Contact person: Dr. Chizuko Allen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Check STAR for Application Deadline
The Moscotti Fellowship for Graduate Studies of Southeast Asia
To assist full-time, classified graduate students in a degree program at UHM in any department or program in the arts, humanities or social sciences whose area of focus is Southeast Asia.
This fellowship may be used for any of the following purposes:
- to attend a professional meeting at which the graduate student will present a scholarly paper or participate in the meeting as a discussant of a scholarly paper;
- to provide travel expenses for Southeast Asia graduate students so that they can conduct research which will contribute to the preparation of a scholarly paper by the student or other appropriate research purposes.
The travel may be to locations in the United States or abroad and can be used for library research etc., or for field research.
Deadline: Friday, January 18, 2013 by 5:00pm HST | Apply Now | Average Award: $750-1,500
The John Fee Embry Endowed Scholarship
The John Fee Embry Endowed Scholarship was established to memorialize the late Asia scholar, Professor John Fee Embree. The $1,100 scholarship is earmarked to assist graduate students in anthropology or sociology who are concentrating their academic work on Southeast Asia related studies at UHM.
The John Fee Embry Endowed Scholarship is not available for students studying Southeast Asia in the 2013 funding cycle. It will be available again in the 2014 funding cycle.
Contact person: Paul Rausch, email@example.com