Fulbright China Studies Postdoctoral Scholar Award
Conduct research in area of expertise and/or collaborate with Chinese academic and research institutions. Projects should focus on China or be comparative in nature. Part of the research may be done in Hong Kong or Taiwan.
Grants may begin any time after September 1, 2020. Grants must be completed by September 30, 2021.
Researchers are required to be affiliated with a local institution of higher education in Mainland China during their grant term. The local host institution should have the capacity and official permission to host foreign students and scholars.
Applicants may spend up to 10 days of a three- to five-month grant, up to one month of a six- to eight-month grant or up to three months of a nine- to ten-month grant at research facilities in Hong Kong or Taiwan.
Applications in the following specializations are preferred: global climate change, sustainability and the environment.
Applicants must hold a doctoral degree conferred within past five years.