Grants and Fellowships

Yale University's Baltic Studies Program is pleased to announce two new fellowships at Yale for citizens of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia.

The Joseph P. Kazickas Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Yale for citizens of Lithuania provides for one individual to study at Yale for a period of four to nine months during the 2013-2014 academic year. Applications will be accepted from individuals in the following fields: law, economics, business and finance, environmental policy, political science, international relations, and history. Full details are found here:

The The Juris Padegs Research Fellowship at Yale for citizens of Estonia or Latvia provides for one individual from either Estonia or Latvia to conduct research at Yale in any field in the humanities or social sciences for a period of four to nine months during the 2013-2014 academic year. Applicants can be either a Ph.D. candidate or a post-doctoral researcher. Full details are found here:

The application deadline for both fellowships is January 15, 2013.

The European Studies Council at the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale and the Baltic Studies Program administer the Keggi-Berzins Fellowship for Baltic Studies. Prizes of up to $1,500 will be awarded to current Yale undergraduates and graduate students for research or language study in or about a Baltic country.

Pre-dissertation and dissertation grants are available for PhD candidates who wish either to determine the feasibility of a dissertation topic or conduct research on that topic. Grants are also available to European and Russian Studies and IR Master's students at the end of their first year of study. Students in the professional schools are also eligible. Grants are available to undergraduates who wish to conduct research or work in an internship related to Estonia, Latvia, or Lithuania during the summer before the junior or senior year.

For more information contact the European Studies Council at (203) 432-3423.