Scholarships and Fellowships

The Institute on Current World Affairs

The Institute of Current World Affairs administers two funding opportunities for independent research. Both fellowships require that applicants be thirty-five years or younger and design a project that holds promise to enrich public life in the United States by enhancing the understanding of foreign countries, cultures, and trends. One of these Fellowships, the John O. Crane Memorial Fellowship, funds fellows with an interest in Central and Eastern Europe or the Middle East. The second, the John Miller Musser Memorial Forest & Society Fellowships, funds fellows with graduate degrees in forestry or forest-related specialties seeking to broaden their understanding of the relationship of forest resource problems to humans. Fellows need not be US citizens, and are provided full financial support while living abroad.

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