Deadline: February 1
CAS offers Armenian Studies Fellowships to incoming graduate students who expect to focus their graduate studies on themes relevant to Armenian studies and who are admitted to Ph.D. programs in the departments listed below:
- Department of History
- Department of History of Art
- Department of Middle East Studies
- Department of Sociology
- Department of Anthropology
- Department of Political Science
- Department of Comparative Literature
- Department of Film, Television, and Media
- Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
Or in the Master’s program of either of the following centers:
- Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies (CMENAS)
- Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies (CREES)
The scope and number of fellowships awarded will be contingent upon the amount of available funds.
Candidates must first apply to and be accepted in one of the departments or centers listed above. Applications for graduate studies for all above departments and centers at the University of Michigan are submitted through the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies. They must be submitted online at the website of Rackham Graduate School.
Nominations for CAS graduate fellowships are made by the relevant departments and centers, once a student is admitted into a program. CAS is not involved in the admission process. CAS incoming graduate student fellowships, when approved, are integrated in the financial package offered by departments and centers to incoming graduate students.
Departments or centers should forward their nominations to the Center for Armenian Studies by February 1.
Nominating departments/centers should provide:
- A copy of all application materials submitted for consideration of admission
- A letter of support from the department chair and/or faculty advisor, including
- information on other funding to be offered to the nominee
- the proposed use of Armenian Studies Fellowship funds
- a brief explanation about how this student's work (if not obvious from the application) would contribute to Armenian studies
The final selection of CAS graduate fellows will be made by the Center for Armenian Studies Executive Committee upon the recommendation of these departments and centers.
Applicants will be notified in early April.
The Center for Armenian Studies expects its fellows to participate in the various lectures, events, and conferences it organizes or sponsors.
Questions regarding applications and departmental funding should be addressed to the above departments and centers.
Questions regarding CAS fellowships should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or 734.763.0622.