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Fulbright-Schuman Chair in US-EU Relations
Every other year (in rotation with the European University Institute in Florence), the Fulbright Schuman Program funds the Chair in US-EU Relations at the College of Europe in Bruges. The Fulbright-Schuman Program, administered by the Commission for Educational Exchange between the United States and Belgium, is jointly financed by the U.S. State Department and the Directorate-General for Education and Culture of the European Commission.
This ten-month fellowship allows the grantee to pursue independent research in one semester. In the other semester, he/she will lead two courses in the framework of a Master's programme to a very select and international group of postgraduate students. This will help promote the students' understanding of relations between the US and the EU. Grantees may also be asked to provide thesis advising and participate in conferences.
Strong applicants include current professors of EU studies or related academic fields such as political science, international relations, law, economics, and public policy. Candidates are expected to hold a Ph.D. and have several years of teaching experience. French is desirable, but not required. Among the previous Chairholders are Professors Marco RIMANELLI, John McCORMICK, Alan HENRIKSON, Wayne THOMPSON, David L. CLEETON, Glenda ROSENTHAL and Amie KREPPEL.
Further details are available on https://awards.cies.org/content/fulbright-schuman-chair-college-europe-bruges-belgium
Questions can be directed to Michele CHANG.
Fulbright-NATO Security Studies Award
The Fulbright NATO Security Studies award allows the grantee to spend a semester at the College of Europe in the European Political and Administrative Studies programme or in the EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies programme.
Among the Chairholders of the Fulbright-NATO Security Studies are Professor Mark S. SHEETZ, Professor Zachary SELDEN and Professor Andrew T. WOLFF. They have taught a course in the EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies programme.
Further information on the award can be found here.