University of Washington

Office of Academic Services

Thomson Hall Room 111

Funding Opportunities


There are a number of funding opportunities available through the Jackson School of International Studies. These include scholarships available through the Jackson School and individual Jackson School programs, as well as funding available through the UW and public/private organizations.  The links above provide information on various funding opportunities.

Please see the JSIS Career Services Resources page for funding/fellowship opportunities for graduating seniors and MAIS students as well as alumni.

Fellowships/Scholarships Available through the Jackson School:

Abe Osheroff and Gunnel Clark Endowed Human Rights Fund
Arctic Research Fellowship
Ayako Betty Murakami Scholarship for Japan Studies
Boba Summer Research Fellowship (East Europe or Central Asia)
Corbett Fellowship (Canada)
Eugene and Marilyn Webb Scholarship
Foreign Language & Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship
Frank F. Conlon Fellowship (South Asia)
Gething Award for Student Travel (Southeast Asia)
Ilse D. Cirtautas Fellowship for Central Asia Studies
India Association of Western Washington Scholarship
Jennifer Caldwell Endowed Human Rights Fund
Jewish Studies Fellowship and Travel Grants
JSIS Scholarships (Fitch, Fosseen, Hughes, Mykut, Crawford, Wanamaker, Fathi-DiLuck,Jackson-Fosdick, Shedd, Taylor)
JSIS Teaching Assisant Position
Killam Fellowship (Canada)
Korea Studies Fellowships (George W. Long Fellowship, Soch'on Fellowship, Korean Exchange Grant)
Ottenberg-Winans Fund (Africa)
Marcy Migdal Fund for Educational Equality (Global Studies)
Russia, East Europe and Central Asia Fellowships (H. Stewart Parker Fellowship, Gross Undergraduate Scholarship, Titus Ellison Fellowship, Jackson-Culp Fellowship)


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African Studies Program
University of Washington
326 Thomson Hall
Box 353650
Seattle, WA 98195

Joel Ngugi / Chair
Associate Professor, School of Law

Mary Kay Gugerty/Adjunct Director
Associate Professor, Evans School of Public Affairs

Erin Murphy/Program Assistant
Autumn Quarter Office Hours: Tues/Thurs 9-12, or by appt.
206.616.0998 office
206.685.0668 fax

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