CAIRF Byron Hanke Fellowship

The Byron Hanke Fellowship is available to graduate students working on topics related to community associations. Community associations govern common-interest communities of any kind—condominiums, cooperatives, townhouse developments, planned unit developments, and other developments where homeowners support an association with mandatory financial assessments, and are subject to use and aesthetic restrictions. Hanke Fellowship applicants must be enrolled at the time of application, and through the period of research, in an accredited master's, doctoral, or law program in the United States of America or Canada. Students of all disciplines are welcome to apply for the Hanke Fellowship, provided their studies relate to community associations/ common interest communities generally and to the topic of the candidate's proposed community associations research project.Stipends and payments come from the Foundation for Community Association Research and are sent to recipients in three equal payments.Please visit the scholarship provider's website for more information.

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