The Society for Reformation research offers the Miriam U. Chrisman Travel Fellowship of $1500 every other year in odd numbered years (2003, 2005, etc.) to graduate students who need to travel abroad to do research on their doctoral dissertations. The award competition is open to all students of European history, 1450-1650, whose topics deal with religious history in some way. Students working on southern Europe are eligible as are those working on northern Europe; topics dealing with Catholicism or minority religions are as welcome as topics in Reformation studies. The purpose of the award is to help defray the expenses of working abroad. The deadline for submission is 1 February of the year in which the award is to be made (2003, 2005, etc.). Visit the Miriam U. Chrisman Travel Fellowship webpage for more information.