Center Fellowships

For information regarding the Foreign Language and Areas Studies (FLAS) Awards, please click here.

Canadian-American Center Fellowships

  • Available to graduate students in all disciplines focusing on Canada or Canadian-American relations*
  • A stipend (see Graduate School for updated amounts), plus a tuition waiver, and 50% of health insurance covered
  • Awards available to citizens of any country

Apply through a UMaine department. Click here for procedure. Your department’s Graduate Coordinator must forward the application materials by February 15 to: Frederic Rondeau, Graduate Awards Coordinator, Canadian-American Center 154 College Ave Orono, ME 04473

 


New England-Atlantic Provinces-Québec Fellowships

  • Available to graduate students engaged in cross-border research*
  • One fellowship is reserved for a graduate student in History
  • A stipend (see Graduate School for updated amounts), plus a tuition waiver, and 50% of health insurance covered
  • Awards available to citizens of any country

Apply through a UMaine department. Click here for procedure. Your department’s Graduate Coordinator must forward the application materials by February 15 to: Frederic Rondeau, Graduate Awards Coordinator, Canadian-American Center 154 College Ave Orono, ME 04473

 


Alice R. Stewart Graduate Fellowships in Canadian History  (not offered 2021-2022)

  • Available to doctoral candidates engaged in research in Canadian or Canadian-American History*
  • A stipend (see Graduate School for updated amounts), plus a tuition waiver, and 50% of health insurance covered
  • Awards available to citizens of any country

Apply through a UMaine department. Click here for procedure. Your department’s Graduate Coordinator must forward the application materials by February 15 to: Frederic Rondeau, Graduate Awards Coordinator, Canadian-American Center 154 College Ave Orono, ME 04473

 

For more information about the awards and fellowships and about the application process, contact Prof. Frederic Rondeau (207-581-4228).

*Preference may be given to those graduate students who have not held Center fellowships multiple times.