Reischauer Institute funds student research and travel in Japan

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Founded in 1973, the Edwin O. Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies (RI) promotes research on Japan and brings together Harvard faculty, students, leading scholars from other institutions, and visitors to create one of the world’s leading communities for the study of Japan.

For graduate students with a Japan interest, RI has provided dissertation completion grants, language study grants, and other travel and research awards. In the case of undergrads, RI has provided support for research, Japanese language study, internships, Harvard Summer School in Kyoto, volunteer relief efforts in the aftermath of the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, and other activities across Japan. RI seeks to enable students to go to Japan to study, to work, to learn, and to grow as scholars and as human beings.

In the 2013-14 academic year and summer of 2014, RI awarded 43 grants to undergraduates and 75 grants to graduate students.  To see the full list of students supported by RI during the 2013-14 academic year and summer of 2014, visit http://rijs.fas.harvard.edu/pdfs/2014_Grants.pdf.

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