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CHATEAUBRIAND FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM for scientific research in France

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TO:  Graduate Students

FROM: Charlotte Gehl, Assistant to the Scientific Attaché
French Consulate of Chicago
French Embassy to the United States

Office for Science & Technology
CHATEAUBRIAND FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM for scientific research in France

If you are currently working toward your Ph.D., or have completed it in the
past five years, you may qualify for a fellowship from the French Government
to conduct your research in France.  Applicants must be US citizens or be
registered with a US university or a US National Laboratory.  Some of the
fellowships are co-sponsored by French companies.

Named after François-René de Chateaubriand, a French writer and political
figure who, in 1791, reached Niagara in search of the North-West passage,
the fellowship enables young scientists to conduct research in France at a
university, a school of engineering, or a public or private laboratory.
Candidates must be accepted by a French laboratory to be eligible for this
fellowship.

You may use existing contacts between your university or laboratory and a
French research institution. You may also locate a laboratory with the help
of the Office for Science & Technology of the French Embassy in Washington
or the Scientific Attaché of your region’s General Consulate (click
“Presentation” at www.france-science.org for the names and contact
information of Attachés).

Only complete applications (available on line
www.france-science.org/chateaubriand) received by December 31, 2002, will be
accepted.

Contact:
French Consulate of Chicago
Office for Science & Technology
737 N. Michigan Ave. Suite 1170
Chicago, IL 60611

Attn: Charlotte Gehl
Tel :  312-642-7438
Fax : 312-642-5998
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Fellowship information :

Initiating date :                       Between September 1, 2003, and March 31, 2004
Duration :                      6 to 12 months
Monthly stipend (*) :           1,680 €/month (approximately $1,587)* for a doctoral
fellow
                                2,026 €/month (approximately $1,914)* for a post-doctoral fellow

Complementary Benefits :        Health insurance
                                One round-trip ticket to France
                                French courses available

(*) Check the currency rate of US $ vs. €.

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