The Stanford University Forum on Contemporary Europe (FCE) is pleased to announce the availability of advanced graduate student fellowships to support short-term research at the University of Vienna in Austria. The FCE graduate student fellowships are part of the Stanford-Austria scholarly exchange and public event program hosted jointly by FCE at Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI), and the University of Vienna. These fellowships are intended to support Stanford graduate students enrolled in a program in any field in Stanford's seven schools. These fellowships are open to all law students and are especially appropriate for graduate students who have reached the advanced stages of their doctoral research. The fellowship is intended to support either short research visits (two to four weeks) or for a longer period of research work in Austria (up to an academic year) to work with faculty and libraries and archives in Austria. Research projects could, however, address issues and thus include travel to other Central European institutions of higher learning and affiliated scholarly libraries and archives in Central Europe.
TTLF fellows, researchers, Stanford Law School JD students, and advanced degree students are encouraged to apply for the FCE fellowship program. Their research work may be supported by the Vienna Technology Law Program of the University of Vienna School of Law and by its director Professor Siegfried Fina. Vienna-based TTLF Fellows and graduate students of the University of Vienna School of Law, who plan to do research at Stanford, are eligible to apply for FCE fellowships as well.
TTLF Fellows who are interested in the Stanford FCE Fellowship for work at Stanford or Vienna should consult the FCE website, and their research director or academic advisor.