Faculty & Staff Summer Fellowships
Princeton faculty and research and support staff whose work would benefit from travel and research in Greece, Cyprus, or other Mediterranean countries relevant to the study of Classical, Byzantine, or Modern Greece can apply for a summer fellowship.
The Committee urges all applicants to investigate other sources of support, including the University Committee on Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences; the Committee does not normally sponsor projects that can be supported by other fellowships or grants.
To make Hellenic Studies funds go as far as possible, support is limited to the least expensive airfare, tuition costs (if applicable), and a modest contribution (at the standard University per diem rate) to cover the cost of living and traveling abroad.
The Committee does not normally make more than two awards to the same individual within any four-year period.
Faculty members from all Princeton humanities or social sciences departments or programs are welcome to apply. Research and professional staff are also eligible.
For more information, please contact Dimitri Gondicas, the director of the Seeger Center.
Faculty members and staff may apply through a memo to the Committee explaining the nature of the project, length of visit, alternative sources of support, expected results, and estimated cost.