The USC Shoah Foundation Institute periodically offers research stipends for scholars and students who wish to use the testimony archive for research or teaching.
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Past Research Stipends:
USC Faculty Stipends
In the 2009-2010 academic year, two stipends were awarded in the amount of $5,000 to assist USC faculty members with the integration of testimony from the Institute’s archive into new or existing courses. Stipend recipients for 2009-2010 were Cristina Villa (French and Italian) and Judith Halberstam (English). This program will be reintroduced to the USC campus in the near future. For more information please contact Dan Leshem at email@example.com.
Visiting Scholar Programs:
Corrie ten Boom Research Award: Funding for doctoral students and PhDs to pursue research topics related to rescue and survival in the Institute’s archive. See a list of past recipients.
USC Scholar Programs:
USC Faculty Summer Stipend: Funding to support USC faculty members who wish to integrate the Institute’s testimonies into new or existing courses.