With the belief that transformative insight comes from all corners of the University community, PIIRS supports innovative work that adds new depth and dimension to Princeton’s research and teaching mission.
With a focus on junior-year travel, PIIRS supports international senior thesis research across disciplines through faculty guidance and funding for research abroad.
The Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies supports supports summer study of third, fourth or fifth year Russian…
Awarded annually to a graduating Princeton senior (or a senior one year after graduation).
Advanced students are invited to explore support for summer research in international and regional studies, advanced language training, and dissertation completion.
Dissertation & Predissertation Research
PIIRS welcomes applications for pre-dissertation and dissertation research to be conducted during the winter recess.
PIIRS partners with a dozen academic programs and centers across campus to provide funding for graduate students.
PIIRS provides fellowships for advanced graduate students whose dissertations are framed in terms of international or regional studies…
Conferences & Workshops
Support for Princeton faculty takes many forms, from teaching opportunties with a travel component to funding and administrative resources.
Funding to support course-related travel over fall and spring breaks.
The Global Seminars are six-week, credit baring courses that take place abroad during the summer.
Conferences & Events
PIIRS welcomes funding proposals from Princeton faculty for co-sponsorship of conferences and workshops.
Provides grants to faculty in support of scholarly inquiry and dialogue on a theme within international and regional studies.
The labs bring together a multidisciplinary group of scholars with a shared country-based and regional expertise who have identified a…
Consists of a 3-year multidisciplinary group of faculty and students engaged in the study of a common theme of broad comparative, global…
Provides funds to translate published works and make them accessible to the people engaged with during the research process.
Every year, PIIRS invites outstanding scholars from the United States and around the world to be in residence for a variety of visiting positions.
PIIRS invites five international scholars to Princeton for one academic year to research, write and collaborate around a common topic.…