Grants & Fellowships
The Marshal Plan Scholarships
Commemorating the 60th anniversary of the historic speech held by U.S. Secretary of State George C. Marshall at Harvard University on 5 June 2007, Martin Bartenstein, Federal Minister of Economics and Labour, and HE Susan McCaw, Ambassador of the United States of America to Austria, officially declared the intention of the two governments to improve Austrian-American relations in the spirit of the Marshallplan and strengthen scholarly and scientific co-operation.
The UC Berkeley Program
The IES at the University of California, Berkeley, and the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation have signed an agreement to create an Austria-California-Program to promote scholarly collaboration between faculty and graduate students at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Vienna with the goal of advancing research on both sides of the Atlantic on comparative U.S.-EU economic issues.
Marshall Plan Chair in Austrian Studies at the University of New Orleans
In early 2000 the new Marshall Plan Foundation ("Oesterreichische Marshallplan Jubilaeumsstiftung") was formed in Vienna. On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Marshall Plan, the Austrian ERP-Fonds decided to commemorate the historic achievements of the Marshall plan in Austria by endowing a foundation designed to improve Austro-American relations in the spirit of the Marshall Plan and strengthen scholarly and scientificc ooperation.
Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professorship and Visiting Fellowships at SAIS
The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) of the Johns Hopkins University and the Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation of Vienna, Austria, announced a new initiative in 2009 to support research and related activities focused on Central Europe. Daniel Hamilton, SAIS professor and founding director of the SAIS Center for Transatlantic Relations, was appointed the first Austrian Marshall Plan Foundation Professor to head the initiative.