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CES Faculty and PhD Research Grants Available For EU and EU-US Policy and/or Business

Deadline: November 1

Posted: October 3, 2011

The Center for European Studies is pleased to offer three graduate and faculty research grants thanks to funding by the EU Center of Excellence (EUCE) in the College of Liberal Arts and the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) at the McCombs School of Business.  The deadline for each is November 1, 2011.

PhD Research Grant: Competition for two grants of $2,000 each for research on EU Public Policy or EU-US Relations. The overall aim of this grant is to ensure that EU public policy ideas and best practices are widely understood in the US by both academia and policy makers alike. To this effect, this research grant will award graduate students at UT the funding to conduct field research in Europe and meet with key policy makers at the supranational and Member State national level.

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Faculty Research Grant: Competition for two grants of $3,000 each for research on EU Public Policy or EU-US Relations. The overall aim of this grant is to ensure that EU public policy ideas and best practices are widely understood in the US by both academia and policy makers alike. To this effect, this research grant will award faculty at UT the funding to conduct field research in Europe and meet with key policy makers at the supranational and Member State national level.

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Business Studies StipendCompetition for two grants of $4,000 each for research with a focus on Business in the EU and/or Business relations between the EU and US. CIBER, a program housed in the McCombs School of Business, will fund two $4,000 faculty stipends for research with a focus on Business in the EU and/or Business relations between the EU and US, or to support collaborative research between researchers at our university and their colleagues in the EU in an effort to promote increased dialogue about important topics of common interest related to Business in the EU and/or Business relations between the EU and US.

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