Supports cooperation between the U.S. and Japan through three programs: Communication/Public Opinion funds projects that raise awareness and address issues that affect bilateral relations and stimulate quality media coverage of relevant issues; Pre-college Education supports improved instruction about Japan in U.S. schools and the U.S. in Japanese schools through creative curriculum development and teacher training; and U.S.
Supports scholarships for Ph.D. and post-doctoral research in the fields of social sciences and humanities with a regional focus on Central and Eastern Europe, including the Baltic states. Research Grants provide support for new researchers or for scholars whose careers have been interrupted or delayed (12/1). Summer Research Scholarships (3/1) and Short-term Research Scholarship (3/1; 6/1; 9/1; 12/1) also available.
Enables distinguished researchers to travel to the University of Queensland for collaborative projects. Assistance is available to scholars actively engaged in research that will contribute substantially to research activities in the nominated department. Grantees should spend at least four weeks during an academic semester at Queensland. Prospective applicants should write to the director of the appropriate School/Centre/ Institute to obtain specific program details.
Senior Fellowships are awarded to professionals in the broad areas of international peace and conflict management. Program is open to individuals with national or international stature in conflict resolution and mid-career professionals. Senior Fellows work in residence at USIP in Washington, D.C. for up to 10 months for up to $100,000. Peace Scholar Dissertation Fellowship Awards (12/13/13) provide $20,000 for 10 months of writing or field research. Must have completed all Ph.D. coursework.