The Kokkalis Program on Southeastern and East-Central Europe will award travel grants to students seeking to work or pursue research in the region of its focus during the summer of 2000. Harvard students are strongly encouraged to apply. Submit a proposal/statement of purpose, a CV and one letter of recommendation by March 31 to the Kokkalis_Program@ksg.harvard.edu. For further information, contact Elaine Papoulias at 496-6111 or at Elaine_Papoulias@harvard.edu.
The program is also seeking accomplished scholars, senior level policy-makers and practitioners from its region of focus to serve as Kokkalis Scholars for 3-9 month periods during the 2000-2001 academic year at the Kennedy School of Government. Scholars will take up residence at the Kennedy School to pursue a research project of his or her own choosing and will be required to produce a paper by the end of his/her tenure. Scholars should demonstrate leadership in their fields, a background of high accomplishment, as well as the potential for future achievement. Kokkalis Scholars will have access to all Harvard facilities, including libraries, seminars and classes, an office for research and writing purposes, and will receive a stipend to cover living expenses. Qualified candidates should forward a proposal/statement of purpose including proposed length of stay, CV and one letter of recommendation by April 30 to The Kokkalis Program on Southeastern and East-Central Europe, Kennedy School of Government, 79 JFK Street, Cambridge, MA 02138. Forward any inquiries to Kokkalis_Program@ksg.harvard.edu or contact Elaine Papoulias at 496-6111.