The Foundation’s decision on funding for year 2022
The Board of the Foundation for the Baltic and East European Studies has made its annual decisions on funding for research, doctoral studies and scientific infrastructure related to the Baltic Sea Region and Eastern Europe.
New research projects with start year 2022 have been granted SEK 70 million. Among those, funding was granted to a grand project, a new form of support introduced this year.
The Foundation has also granted SEK 115 million to next year’s activities at Södertörn University, after the Vice-Chancellor’s application for funding.
The Baltic and East European Graduate School, BEEGS, has been granted SEK 45 million. Other grants were SEK 26 million to the Professors’ programme at Södertörn University, SEK 19 million to Centre for Baltic and East European Studies, CBEES, and SEK 17 million to Södertörn University’s library.
Additionally, funding has been granted, among other things, to the journal Baltic Worlds, travel and conference funding, publication funding and to special communication initiatives to make the Baltic Sea Region and Eastern European research at Södertörn University visible.
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