The Center for Italian Studies is now accepting applications for two awards that facilitate research in Italy and at the Rome Global Gateway.
- The Jay A. and Sara L. Sellick Endowment for Excellence in Italian Studies, in memory of John A. ('53) and Juli Ann Sellick provides support of up to $2,000 for undergraduate, graduate student, and faculty research and travel to Italy and the Rome Global Gateway. Click here to download the application.
With the College of Arts and Letters and Notre Dame International, the Center co-sponsors short-term fellowships of up to $2,000 for research in Rome by Notre Dame graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, and faculty. Click here to download the application.
Applications are received on a rolling basis. Fellowships will be awarded until all available
funding for the current academic year is utilized.
For more information on the Center for Italian Studies' support of research in Italy, click here.
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