From 2017 to 2020, the South Asia Program provided South Asian Studies Fellowships to scholars, writers, curators, and artists based in South Asia to visit Cornell University for two and four months. At this time, the fellowship program is paused, and we hope to resume these fellowship opportunities in the future.
Co-sponsorship of Campus Activities
SAP provides co-sponsorship funding to student organizations and Cornell departments planning academic events that support SAP’s mission of promoting knowledge and awareness of South Asia. SAP does not co-sponsor events that are primarily political, religious or social activities. Please send co-sponsorship requests to the SAP Program Manager.
The Einaudi Center’s Global Public Voices advocacy initiative promotes Cornell faculty’s public engagement on campus, in national debates, and around the world.
We're looking for graduate students to join the Einaudi Center's vital work on global racial justice.
The Department of Asian Studies provides opportunities to spend part of winter break or a summer in
The Einaudi Center's faculty seed grant program advances international research and education at Cornell and supports international activities and events.
Develop your dissertation on global issues with a toolkit of resources.
Oxfam India is currently initiating two projects to address the rights, entitlements, and dignity of informal sector workers in India.
Conduct your international field research with a $10,000 award to support fieldwork expenses.
Do you need to travel internationally for your short-term research or field work? The Einaudi Center sponsors academic travel for individual Cornell graduate students and professional students. If you’re traveling between the United States and a host country for activities directly related to your dissertation or thesis research—or for other academic experiences in the international arena—Einaudi can help you get there.
Achieve language fluency with the help of a Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowship.