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NIAS is proud of its fellows. On the website we like to present our fellows and the backgrounds and the details of the research conducted throughout their time at NIAS. Therefore we would like to receive some information about you and your project.

Please fill in the form so that we can add your profile to the website. The information provided can be used on the NIAS website, on our social media, and in print.

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Communicating a NIAS fellowship

NIAS will announce the year group 2024- 2025 with a complete list of fellows in August 2024, and the year group 2025- 2026 with a complete list of fellows in August 2025.

Would you like to announce your stay at NIAS on social media or elsewhere? You can find  the NIAS logo’s on our website. Our social media handles are:

Template: NIAS Fellowship Announcement

Below are some standard sentences about NIAS and NIAS fellowships, compiled for your convenience. You or your communication department may of course write your own announcement in a very different way. Please just make sure you use NIAS’ correct name: Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study (NIAS).

[Title:] [your name] awarded fellowship at Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study

[Insert a paragraph about you and your project here]

The NIAS Fellowship allows […] to work on her/his project for a period of [5/10] months in the academic year […]. […] will become part of a diverse community where one can challenge boundaries, explore detours and obtain new perspectives. NIAS Fellows are selected through a highly competitive external review process on the basis of the quality of the research proposal. Annually, around fifty fellows are selected.

About NIAS
The Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences, is one of the oldest Advanced Study Institutes in Europe committed to promoting interdisciplinary and curiosity-driven research for established and early career scholars. It is an intellectual haven where scholars, artists, writers and journalists come together in an interdisciplinary and collaborative environment. It is an institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) and is located in Amsterdam.