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The Louis and Bessie Stein Family Fellowship

The Office of International Programs is pleased to announce the Louis and Bessie Stein Family Fellowship for Exchanges with Israeli Universities. Information about awards during academic year 2019-2020 will be available in early 2019.

Among the main purposes of the Fellowship are:

  1. To provide scholarship, fellowships, stipends, subsidies, support and other career development assistance to deserving undergraduate and graduate students of Israeli educational institutions to attend Drexel University.
  2. To provide scholarships, fellowship, stipends, subsidies, support and other career development assistance to deserving undergraduate and graduate students of Drexel to attend the Technion or Hebrew University in Israel, or their respective successor institutions.
  3. To provide financial assistance to deserving faculty members of Drexel to teach, study and do research in Israel.
  4. To provide financial assistance to deserving faculty members of Israeli universities to teach, study and do research at Drexel.
  5. To pay the traveling and incidental expenses of such undergraduate and graduate students and faculty members which they are required to incur in connection with the foregoing.

Students and faculty members awarded the Fellowships for the purposes described above shall be designated "Stein Fellows."

The application cycle for awards during academic year 2018-2019 is closed. Please check this page in early 2019 for information about the application deadline for awards for academic year 2019-2020.

Faculty and Graduate Students can apply for Stein Family Fellowship funding for research and teaching using the Proposal Guidelines below:

Funding for undergraduates is available during the Study Abroad application process. Please see drexel.edu/studyabroad for more information about undergraduate Study Abroad opportunities in Israel.

Proposal Guidelines for Faculty and Graduate Students should contain:

  • Title;
  • Summary — not more than two paragraphs;
  • Proposal —not to exceed 4 pages (or 1,000 words) written for non-expert audiences but containing details of work and its impact;
  • Documentation acknowledging support of collaborations, if applicable;
  • Proposed project budget — up to $20,000

An electronic report is to be submitted within 90 days of completion of the project.

Proposals from faculty and graduate students should be submitted electronically as a single PDF document, to Adam Zahn, Associate Director, Global Engagement at alz26@drexel.edu.

Please direct any questions to Adam Zahn at alz26@drexel.edu or Daniela Ascarelli at ascareld@drexel.edu