PIIRS offers a variety of funding opportunities for Princeton faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates to pursue research and learning in international and regional studies.
Through the PIIRS Conference Fund, faculty can receive funding and administrative support for workshops or conferences. The PIIRS research community initiative provides funding to groups of faculty to engage in research, teaching, and sustained dialogue on a common theme of interest within international studies that cuts across disciplines and world regions. And through its visiting fellows program, PIIRS offers funding for scholars from other universities to be in residence and participate in ongoing PIIRS research initiatives.
PIIRS provides Princeton graduate students with funding for pre-dissertation and dissertation research and for summer language study. For undergraduates, it offers fellowships that fund summer research abroad for the senior thesis and administers several prizes in support of work, research, or language study abroad. Click on the links to the left to find out more.