University of Michigan Mixed Methods Program
Sara and George McCune Scholarship Awards
The intent of the award is to provide scholarship support for students/faculty from developing countries around the world in the education of, and training in, the latest advances in mixed methods research. Scholarship support is available for 8 individuals per year to attend the fall, spring, or summer workshop provided by the University of Michigan. These scholarships provide a stipend of up to $3000 for each awardee for international travel, lodging, meals, and workshop registration costs. This award is made possible through the generosity of the McCune Foundation.
NOTE: Application deadline for the Summer Mixed Methods Dissertation/Thesis Writing workshop is April 1, 2019
Please develop a 1 to 1.5 page statement that includes a) personal information b) the personal statement and c) the research project description. Write this application in English and submit it as a pdf or word file.
For additional information, please contact Satoko Motohara (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call +1-734-936-5672
Application must include the following:
Address or contact information:
Country of residence:
School or University affiliation:
Degree currently pursuing or faculty status:
Personal Statement of Interest
Please submit a 1/2 page personal statement that describes pertinent personal experiences and goals that would make you an appropriate candidate for this award. Be sure to address:
Research Project Statement
Please submit a 1/2 page research project statement that includes:
Additional Information Needed
Please submit a letter/certificate indicating proof of student or faculty status from your university or place of work.
Submit this application via email to: Satoko Motohara, Project Coordinator, Mixed Methods Program, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA: email@example.com. Phone: +1-734-936-5672