Grants, Fellowships, and Scholarships
The mission of the Mershon Center for International Security
Studies is to advance the understanding of national security
in a global context. One of the central ways the center
fulfills this mission is by supporting research by Ohio
State University faculty and students, as well as post-doctoral
fellows and visiting scholars from other institutions.
In this section, Ohio State University faculty and students can learn how to apply for a research and travel grant.
Undergraduates can apply for study abroad scholarships. Recent Ph.D. recipients can find out how to apply for
a post-doctoral fellowship. And people at other institutions can find out how to become a visiting scholar.
To learn more, please click on the links to the left.
Participants in the Comparative National Elections Project pose outside a Tibetan Buddhist lamasary just outside of Lijiang, China. The group, led by Mershon Center senior faculty associate Richard Gunther, met to discuss survey results in July 2006 at the Yunnan Institute of Chinese Culture in Kunming, China.