New fellowships for graduate students
The Program on Justice, Welfare and Economics at Harvard University has announced grants for 2002-03 to support graduate students whose research topics are relevant to questions of justice and human welfare. This new, interdisciplinary initiative, connects faculty and student research across the University, and intends to promote research, learning, and knowledge connecting the study of freedom, justice, and economics to human welfare and development. The Weatherhead Center for International Affairs invites proposals for support of research into ideas of freedom, equality, welfare, rights, and justice, and also proposals for support of empirical studies that bear on these topics. Full-year dissertation fellowships as well as smaller research grants are available. Priority for funding will be given to proposals that bridge at least two of the following three approaches: normative, interdisciplinary, or empirical.
For more information on the program, grants, and application process, visit the Web site at http://www.wcfia.harvard.edu/proggrad.asp.
Questions may be directed to Clare Putnam at the Weatherhead Center at (617) 495-9899 or email@example.com.
Painting workshop scholarships available
California-based French Paintbox is offering partial scholarships (worth up to $1,000 each) to Harvard students, faculty, staff, and alumni for a plein air painting workshop to be held this summer near the southwestern French town of Cordes-sur-Ciel. The workshop, which is being offered in three separate sessions (May 31-June 10, June 10-20, and June 20-30), includes cuisine, excursions, and accommodations.
Painting experience and level of French are not criteria for selection. The deadline for maximum financial support is March 1 (March 22 for general enrollment).
For more information, visit the Web site at http://www.frenchpaintbox.com or call (831) 457-2001.
Harvard Neighbors seeks Harvard artists
The Harvard Neighbors art committee will hold its annual review for Harvard-affiliated artists interested in exhibiting their art during the 2002-03 academic year. Faculty and staff and their spouses or partners are encouraged to apply. Portfolios will be accepted March 11-13, from noon to 2 p.m. at the Harvard Neighbors office, Loeb House, 17 Quincy St., side entrance.
For more information, call (617) 495-4313.
– Compiled by Andrew Brooks