Humane Studies Fellowships
The deadline to apply has passed, but there’s still time to apply for the Hayek Fund for Future Scholars which reimburses graduate school application fees and the Hayek Fund for Scholars which awards up to $750 for graduate student research or conference fees.
If you applied, decisions will be announced on May 1st via email.
The Humane Studies Fellowship is a non-residency fellowship program that awards $2,000-$15,000 per year to each participant, and provides individual advising and a support network to foster academic success.
Is the Humane Studies Fellowship right for me?
The fellowship is open to:
- Full-time graduate students (including law students) from accredited universities anywhere in the world with research interests related to liberty in society
- Relating their work to the humanities (even if the core discipline falls outside the humanities)
- Dedicated to advancing the ideas of liberty through research and teaching
What are the benefits of the Humane Studies Fellowship?
- Joining a network of over 1,400 liberty-advancing scholars and students, including David Schmidtz at the University of Arizona, Tyler Cowen at George Mason University, and Randall Kroszner at the University of Chicago
- Attending invitation-only programs such as the Career Development Seminar, Research Colloquium, and Advanced Topics weekend seminars
- Financial provision that allows you to focus on your studies
“Due to the support I’ve received from the Institute for Humane Studies over the years, I am now finishing my dissertation, publishing academic journal articles, and interviewing for jobs.”