For Graduate Students
The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies is a place for graduate students to ask critical questions, grow as scholars and leaders, and build relationships on campus and around the world.
Connect with us. You’ll find the ideas, support, and infrastructure you need.
Welcome to the Einaudi Center
Stop in to see us when you’re on campus! We’re on the ground floor of Uris Hall behind Rusty’s Café.
At Einaudi you’ll find opportunities—opportunities to build connections with faculty and graduate students across disciplines, apply for research funding, learn languages essential to your fieldwork, attend events to shape your thinking, and more. Explore this page and our website to discover what’s in store at the Einaudi Center.
Connect with Our Programs
The Einaudi Center has eight regional and thematic programs, and each program has core faculty researchers, energetic graduate students, and regular opportunities to get involved. Reach out to any program to get started!
Get Involved in Research
The Einaudi Center’s global research priorities are one of the ways our researchers cooperate across disciplines to tackle some of the world’s most pressing problems. Graduate students collaborate with faculty fellows leading research priorities and faculty members at work in these vital research areas.
Many grad students find productive research connections with core faculty in the programs and develop their own research agenda with program support.
We’re proud of Einaudi graduate students and postdocs who inspire the next generation of researchers by mentoring undergraduates.
Global Research Priorities
Global challenges to democracy and evolving democratic norms
Global inequalities and advocacy for access and accountability
Check Out Funding Opportunities
For Your Fieldwork, Languages, Dissertation Proposal, and Beyond
We offer a range of funding opportunities to support you throughout your graduate career—from your first year to your final semester.
Select Opportunities from Einaudi’s Programs
Don’t miss out on dozens of additional fellowships and awards from our programs!
- East Asia fellowships from the East Asia Program
- Bouriez Fellowship for Francophone Students from the Institute for African Development
- Luigi Einaudi Dissertation Fellowship from the Institute for European Studies
- Graduate funding from the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program
- Fieldwork fellowships from the Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies
- Foreign Language and Area Studies fellowships from the South Asia Program
- Graduate funding from the Southeast Asia Program
Attend Einaudi Events
We offer daily in-person, hybrid, and virtual events on local and global topics—from Grad Chats professional development sessions, to lectures featuring world leaders and top experts, to friendly seminars for researchers who share your interests.