Online Colloquium Application

The Borchard Foundation Center on International Education underwrites an International Colloquium Program at the Château de la Bretesche in Missillac, France to further scholarship between France and America in cultural, academic, and public affairs. Each grant recipient is required to publish a peer-reviewed article or book on the proceedings in a top-tiered journal or academic press.

International Colloquium in France Grant Application

The proposal narrative should be limited to five pages. The five-page limit does not include the curriculum vitae, participants' biographies, or budget description.

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COLLOQUIUM INFORMATION
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Please upload your documents in Word Doc or pdf.

Please prepare all of your document titles to have your last name and first name plus obvious name of the document. Do NOT use spaces or characters in the name of the document (except hyphens such as -).

Example: Doe-John-Project-Information.doc
Example: Doe-John-CV.pdf
Example: Doe-John-Budget.doc
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CURRICULUM VITAE

Please upload your curriculum vitae. If there are other participants, please combine their CVs into one file.

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The Borchard Foundation

The mission of the Albert and Elaine Borchard Foundation is to promote research, education, social justice, and the arts and to improve the human condition.

Visit the Foundation's main website for more info