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Date: 2015-03-27
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Subject: Become EURAC FEDERAL SCHOLAR IN RESIDENCE 2016: Apply now to win the travel grant and research stay



EURAC FEDERAL SCHOLAR IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM 2016

Call for Applications Now Open

 

Apply by 01 July 2015 to win a three week research stay at an interdisciplinary research center in South Tyrol, Northern Italy.
Hand in a paper on comparative federalism, regionalism or intergovernmental relations in either English, German, Italian, French or Spanish.

 

The Institute for Studies on Federalism and Regionalism of the European Academy of Bolzano/Bozen (EURAC) invites applications to become the next EURAC FEDERAL SCHOLAR IN RESIDENCE.  If you work in a field related to comparative federalism, regionalism or intergovernmental relations and have an interest in multi-level governance and government enter the competition to present and discuss your research with international scholars and experts at EURAC during an up to three weeks research stay in Bolzano/Bozen at the Institute.

 

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Winning the competition means the opportunity of a research stay of up to three weeks, including travel costs, among experts in comparative federalism and regionalism, preferably in early February in the international environment of EURACs Winter School on Federalism and Governance. Becoming EURACs Federal Scholar in Residence also means the possibility of publishing your research in EURACs online series EDAP and elaborating new project ideas.
Please refer to our website for more detailed information regarding the application and the program in general.

We look forward to receiving your application! Please also disseminate this information among interested colleagues and your networks.

 

 

With kind regards,

 

Annika Kress

Project Assistant “EURAC Federal Scholar in Residence“
Institute for Studies on Federalism and Regionalism

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EURAC research - Viale Druso/Drususallee 1 - 39100 Bolzano/Bozen - Italy

t +39 0471 055 200 Email: annika.kress@eurac.edu




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