Applicants for the IHS Sabbatical Research Fellowships in the United States are being sought by George Mason University’s Institute for Humane Studies. This scholarship will be available for the academic year 2022/2023.
The Fellowships program intends to promote competent candidates interested in pursuing a postdoctoral degree at George Mason University’s Institute for Humane Studies. The selected individuals will receive a $50,000 reward.
Dr. F. A. “Baldy” Harper, a former Cornell University economics professor, founded the Institute for Humane Studies in 1961. The Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) is a non-profit libertarian organization that works with students and academics around the country. Fairfax County, Virginia’s George Mason Institution is a public research university. IHS was based in Menlo Park, California, for many years before moving to Fairfax, Virginia, in 1985 and became linked with George Mason University (GMU). GMU has created a culture that promotes intellectual variety and freedom of opinion and speech, and IHS is delighted to be a part of it.
Why should you attend George Mason University’s Institute for Humane Studies? IHS is anchored in the classical liberal tradition and works to make the world a freer, more compassionate, more open place by connecting and supporting exceptional graduate students, professors, and other intellectuals, as well as advancing important dialogues defining the twenty-first century. They help to make society more accessible and humane by connecting and supporting scholars and intellectuals who are leading the way in the critical conversations that shape it.
By August 1, 2022, applications must be received.
- University or Organization: Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University
- Department: NA
- Course Level: Post-doctoral
- Award: $50,000
- Number of Awards: N/A
- Access Mode: Online
- Nationality: International
- The award can be taken in the USA
- All nationalities are eligible to participate.
- Post-doctoral studies in the classical liberal intellectual tradition, open markets, individual rights, private property, peace, prosperity, self-determination/autonomy, and other relevant topics provided by the institution are all eligible.
- Criteria for Eligibility: Applicants must meet all of the following criteria to be considered:
- You must be a full-time faculty member or post-doctoral fellow at a four-year, degree-granting school to be eligible for a major research award from IHS.
- Applicants from North America and the United Kingdom institutions will be given priority.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: Applicants must fill out an online application form in order to be considered for the stipend.
- Attach the reference letters, academic transcripts, and a passport copy as supporting documents.
- Aspirants must have a previous degree certificate with great grades to be considered for admission.
- Language Requirement: Applicants must satisfy the institution’s language competency criteria.
The winning candidates will receive $50,000 to fund their studies at George Mason University’s Institute for Humane Studies.