Korea Studies Research Grant

Region: 
Korea
Contact Person: 
Emily Rook-Koepsel
Eligibility: 

This grant covers travel expenses, research or conference expenses, and incidentals for research projects based on a concrete and clearly defined agenda in Korean studies OR exploratory Korean Studies Research based on well-defined research proposals. Full-time and part-time tenure-stream, tenured and non tenure-stream faculty (including lecturers, adjunct faculty, and contract faculty) at all Schools, Departments, Centers, Institutes and Campuses of the University of Pittsburgh are eligible to submit proposals.

Faculty are eligible to apply for up to $2000 for one year of research. Preference is given to projects that begin during the current fiscal year.

  • Application form (here)
  • Research Proposal: The research proposal should be no more than 2000 words in which applicants state concisely the scholarly purpose, methodology, and feasibility of their projects. Research proposals should include field sites, archives, libraries, museums and other research facilities at which they will conduct their research if funded. The research proposal should also show evidence that the applicants have identified the primary Korean-language informants and sources they will use while in Korea.
  • Detailed Budget: Please download the budget template here. Applicants' budgets should be as complete and specific as possible. Please follow the directions on the budget template.
  • Curricula Vitae: In addition to uploading a current cv on this application site, all applicants must submit an updated profile and CV at the UCIS faculty survey website. Applicants whose data has not been updated since January 1, 2015, must update their profile and CV data to be eligible for ASC faculty grant. Submit profile and CV data at www.ucis.pitt.edu/facsurv (log in with your Pitt username/password).
  • A completed ASC Funding Request Form.
Grant Eligibility: 
Scholarship sponsors: 
Amount: 
$1000-$2000
Purpose of grant: 
This grant supports faculty research or conference presentations focused on North or South Korea
Contact details: 
rookkoepsel@pitt.edu
412-648-7371
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