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University of Oregon

University of Oregon

University of Oregon

  • University of Oregon
  • Graduate School
    170 Susan Campbell Hall
    1219 University of Oregon
    Eugene, OR 97403-1219
  • Telephone: +1-541-346-5129
  • Facsimile: +1-541-346-2804
  • https://gradschool.uoregon.edu/SYLFF

Local Name of Sylff Program

Oregon Sylff Graduate Fellowships for International Research

  • Program Description

    Fellowship stipends are awarded to full-time degree seeking graduate students for 1 academic year involving research and scholarly endeavors in programs and projects with an international dimension. The three large public institutions in the state of Oregon share this program, which is administered by the University of Oregon. The fellowship program focuses on masters and doctoral degree-seeking students who have high potential for leadership in international affairs, in public life or private endeavor. Outstanding students in the social/behavioral sciences, arts/humanities, and directly related professional fields (e.g., public policy, business, law, and communications) are considered through nomination by their respective graduate programs.

    Students at the following institutions are eligible for the fellowship:
    - Oregon State University
    - Portland State University
    - University of Oregon

    *For details and updates, please refer to the Sylff institution's website listed above.

  • year endowed

    1991

  • steering committee

    Chairperson
    Dr. Margaret C. Everett
    Dean of Graduate Studies, Portland State University

    Contact Person
    Dr. Laura Jacek
    Assistant Dean, Graduate School, University of Oregon

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