Testimonials

  • Pauliina Patana

    2017 HSS Chateaubriand Fellow
    Cornell University - Sciences Po Paris
    Political Science

    As a Chateaubriand Fellow, I had the opportunity to spend a semester as a Visiting PhD Candidate at the Sciences Po Centre d’études européennes in Paris. This experience proved invaluable for my dissertation research on right-wing populism in France and Europe more generally. Not only did I have (...)
  • Emily Linares

    2017 HSS Chateaubriand Fellow
    University of California, Berkeley - University of Montpellier 3
    Romance Languages & Literatures

    As a Chateaubriand fellow, I had the opportunity to grow both academically and personally in carrying out the fieldwork for my dissertation in the south of France. In designing my dissertation project, I sought to conduct longitudinal ethnographic research in order to gain greater insight into (...)
  • William C. Beckerson

    William C. Beckerson is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Louisville, and he was a Chateaubriand fellow in 2016 at the Université of Paris-sud for 3 months.

    In which field did you carry out your research for your PhD and what was your specific area of study? Biology: Program on Disease Evolution What is your current occupation? Graduate Candidate Please give a brief description of the work you completed in France: Together with the Giraud lab at (...)
  • Nathan Jespersen

    Nathan Jesperson is currently a PhD candidate at the Oregon State University, and he was a Chateaubriand fellow in 2018 at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique - Gif-Sur-Yvette for 6 months.

    In which field did you carry out your research for your PhD and what was your specific area of study? Biochemistry and Biophysics is my PhD program (ongoing), and my work in France would best be classified as Virology. More specifically, I study Host-Virus interactions at the protein level. (...)
  • Samuel Buxton

    Samuel Buxton earned his PhD from Iowa State University, and he was a Chateaubriand fellow in 2010 at INRA, Nouzilly and François Rabelais Université de Tours for 6 months.

    In which field did you carry out your research for your PhD and what was your specific area of study? Field: Toxicology Area of study: Ion channels as antihelminth drug targets What is your current occupation? Human Health Toxicologist Please give a brief description of the work you completed (...)

Call 2020-2021

The next call for applications is opened until January 7, 2020.