Background: The Hildegard & Gustav Must Graduate Fellowship in Estonian American Studies was established in 2003 with a major gift from the Estonian Archives of the U.S., Inc. in conjunction with the transfer of a vast segment of that institution’s archival holdings to the Immigration History Research Center. Its objective is to further Estonian American history and activities in the IHRC.
The fellowship may be used for graduate student support and travel to academic conferences related to Estonian American studies activity. These fellowships may be awarded more than once to the same student during her/his enrollment in the University. Departments in which graduate students are enrolled arrange individual financial assistance packages of varying terms and amounts, often applied to the second and third years of study, usually through research or teaching assistantships.
Eligibility: Both International and U.S. Citizen students are eligible. To be considered for this fellowship, candidates must: