CMES supports research, fieldwork, and study abroad for both undergraduate and graduate students through its A.J. Meyer and Henry Rosovsky fellowships. CMES travel and conference funding is for CMES graduate students only.
The Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University offers scholarships in the amount of $3,000 for Harvard undergraduate students who will enroll in a full-time intensive Arabic language summer program in an Arabic speaking country. Absolute beginners will not be considered. Preference will be given to undergraduate students who study the Arab world and have at least one full year of formal Arabic at Harvard.... Read more about A.J. Meyer Fellowship
Each year, the Center for Middle Eastern Studies offers fellowships to a limited number of Harvard undergraduates for summer research and/or field work in Israel with the Henry Rosovsky fellowships. Awards are made to Harvard undergraduate students undertaking projects primarily related to their senior honors thesis.... Read more about Rosovsky Fellowship
This fund is open to CMES students who are presenting at conferences. Please include the dates of the conference and upload your formal invitation to the conference, or your name on the program. This fund is separate from the GSAS Professional Development fund.... Read more about CMES Graduate Student Conference Funding