Dates of Closure: August 1, 2022.
Hurray! The Institute for Humane is pleased to provide academic funds to George Mason University for post-doctoral research in the United States.
Academic scholarships are offered to all exceptional and bright individuals who wish to begin their studies at George Mason University in the United States for the academic year 2022–2023.
About IHS: Dr. F. A. “Baldy” Harper, a former Cornell University economics professor, founded the Institute for Humane Studies in 1961. A libertarian non-profit group called the Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) interacts with academics and students around the country.
Virginia’s Fairfax County is home to the public research university George Mason University. IHS was based in Menlo Park, California, for many years until moving to Fairfax, Virginia, and joining forces with George Mason University in 1985. (GMU). IHS is happy to be a member of the GMU community, where there is a strong emphasis on intellectual diversity as well as freedom of speech.
Post-doctoral programs are available at the institution on topics such as the classical liberal intellectual tradition, free markets, individual rights, private property, prosperity, peace, and self-determination/autonomy.
Criteria: You must be a full-time faculty member or postdoctoral fellow at a four-year university that awards degrees in order to be eligible to apply for a major research award from IHS.
Applications from universities in North America and the United Kingdom will receive preference.
Benefits: The selected candidates will receive $50,000 for their studies at George Mason University’s Institute for Humane Studies in the United States.
Entry Procedures: Interested parties must fill out an online application in order to be considered for the stipend. Reference letters, academic transcripts, and a copy of your passport should all be included with your application.