James D. Kline Fund for International Studies Award
James D. Kline Fund
Published: Wednesday, December 01, 2004
This award is intended to provide support to University of California graduate students to further their interest in or commitment to programs of study that promote international understanding. This grant recognizes excellence in the selected project or program of studies that promotes international understanding and world peace. This fund is dedicated to James D. Kline, who was active in the Fulbright Program and the Education Abroad Program and devoted a lifetime to international education. The award will be disbursed by the end of June of the current year.
Students from all disciplines are eligible. Applicants may be U.S. citizens, permanent residents, or international students. Applicants must be registered graduate students in a University of California graduate program.
Terms of the Award
This award will be for approximately $500 to $3,000. If a Kline awardee is a UCSB graduate student, Graduate Division will also provide a one-to-one match to the Kline award. The award recipient must be registered in Spring Quarter of the current year and the quarter of the award.
1. A cover sheet, brief curriculum vitae and plan for research (see attached);
2. Two sealed letters of reference.
For more information and an application form
Web site: http://www.graddiv.ucsb.edu
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-2070