Visiting Graduate Researchers are North American or European degree-seeking graduate students at their home institution who are invited to conduct short-term doctoral research or participate in a mentored or independent research project with a faculty member at a different host institution. The SLAS Visiting Graduate Researcher Grant Program offers a stipend to cover the graduate student’s expenses for a visiting research stay of 4 weeks to a maximum of 6 months. The visiting researcher must conduct research consisting of regularly structured activities each week, not involving entry-level work or duplication of any previous experience.
Please read HERE for complete details on this program.
How to Apply for a SLAS Visiting Graduate Researcher Grant:
The graduate student, their research advisor, and the faculty member at the potential host institution must agree that a visiting research project is feasible.
Please note: Once the SLAS Grant is provisionally made, the student must officially apply for and be granted a visiting researcher appointment at the proposed host institution. The SLAS application will require much of the same information, but SLAS cannot grant actual visiting researcher status. The exact application process is different for each institution.
Continue below to apply.