The Graduate School of Global Studies provides graduate students with the following opportunities to pursue their research.
a) Student-organized workshops enable students to present their ideas and obtain feedback from scholars.
b) Interseminars enable exchange among students from the different programs.
c) AGLOS (Journal of Area-Based Global Studies), the online journal of the Graduate School of Global Studies, publishes articles by students. (Note: Some of the programs, as well as research institutes in the university have journals, bulletins, and other publications that accept articles from students).
(2) Research Funds
The Graduate School of Global Studies awards research funds available to students in the school on a competitive basis. Funds may be used for research-related materials and travel. (Note: Each program in the school also provides funds for student research. For further information, visit program homepages).
The Graduate School of Global Studies provides the following fellowships. Recipients receive a stipend for support as they pursue their research, and help organize activities at the school.
a) Research Assistant: This fellowship is for doctoral students who have begun to work on their dissertations.
b) Postdoctoral Fellow: This fellowship is for doctoral candidates who are completing their dissertation or recently received one from the Graduate School of Global Studies.