For Graduate Students

Nanovic Graduate Student Clare O Hare Graduate Fellow
Clare O'Hare, JSD candidate, The Law School
Nanovic Graduate Student Steven Lemke Slovakia
Steven Lemke, MFA ’19
Nanovic Institute Graduate Student Anna Vincenzi Graduate Fellow
Anna Vincenzi, Ph.D. ’20

The Institute supports graduate education through a range of grant programs, fellowships, and conference funding. Graduate students, like all applicants, should play from their own particular strengths and interests by proposing projects that lie squarely within their area of study and growing expertise. All areas that engage Europe and European Studies are welcome and will be given full consideration. Medieval theology, classics (when explicitly related to Europe), early modern philosophy, etc. are all—just to give a few examples—fully eligible for consideration. Having said that, Nanovic's mission has with its move to the Keough School of Global Affairs expanded to include a focus on contemporary Europe. Thus, whenever possible—but only when this makes sense—students are encouraged to link their work to some of the research priorities of the Nanovic Institute.

Upcoming Application Deadlines

Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Tuesday, February 1, 2021 

Tuesday, April 5, 2021

Tuesday, April 26, 2021