What is ISRSF?

The Indonesian Scholarship and Research Support Foundation's main objective is to cultivate a new generation of world-class Indonesian scholars and provide on-going support for innovative research and knowledge on important societal issues. ISRSF believes that a deliberate effort focused on producing committed scholars will significantly increase the number of Indonesian academics who are not only devoted to teaching, but also to path-breaking research and publication. To achieve this important goal, ISRSF will recruit, train, and graduate twenty innovative scholars focused mainly in the social sciences, but also doctorates in law, business, journalism and communications, and development studies. Each year we will select four talented Indonesians who show great potential to become leading scholars. These Arryman Fellows will spend one year conducting research, studying English intensively, and taking graduate classes for credit in preparation for doctoral studies. Arryman Fellows are then eligible to receive six-year awards from ISRSF as Arryman Scholars to pursue their Ph.D at Northwestern University in Chicago, USA.

Arryman Achievement

Luthfi Adam
HISTORY
Gde Dwitya Arief Metera
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Rahardhika Arista Utama
SOCIOLOGY
Muhammad Fajar
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Sindhunata Hargyono
ANTHROPOLOGY
Yoes Chandra Kenawas
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Robie Kholilurrahman
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Bahram Naderil
ANTHROPOLOGY
Mirna Nadia
SOCIOLOGY
Aulia Dwi Nastiti
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Sabina Satriyani Puspita
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Perdana Putri
SOCIOLOGY
Febi Ramadhan
ANTHROPOLOGY
Sari Damar Ratri
ANTHROPOLOGY
Eunike Setiadarma
HISTORY
Atmaezer H. Simanjuntak
ANTHROPOLOGY
Norman Joshua Soelias
HISTORY
Kadek Wara Urwasi
SOCIOLOGY

News and Events

Arryman Accomplishments

June 29, 2021

Rahardhika Utama, PhD Candidate, Sociology: awarded the 2021 Hayward R. Alker Best Student Paper Award for his paper titled, "Politics of Memory, Underdevelopment, and Remnants of Political Violence in the Sumatra Rubber Belt" from the Interpretive Methodologies and Methods group at the American Political Science Association (APSA). The Hayward R. Alker award recognizes the APSA conference paper by a Ph.D. student that best demonstrates the uses of interpretive methodologies and methods for the study of the politics. Read an interview with Dhika here

9th Annual Arryman Symposium 2021

June 4, 2021

This is a video of 9 th Annual Arryman Symposium 2021. During the Symposium, Dr. Gde Metera an Arryman Scholar newly graduated  from Northwestern University presents a chapter of his dissertation regarding The New Order accommodation of Islam. Then, it is followed by  a Research Roundtable held with Arryman Scholar PhD Candidates: Yoes Kenawas (Political Science), Sabina Puspita (Political Science), and Wara Urwasi (Sociology).

Arryman Scholar Achievement

April 20, 2021

Sari Ratri has been awarded a Dissertation Fieldwork Grant in the amount of $20,000 by the Wenner-Gren Foundation for her research project entitled “Nourishing the Future: The Roles of Midwives in Indonesia’s Changing Health Development Policies.” The Wenner-Gren Foundation supports anthropological research and broadening the conversation in anthropology to reflect the full diversity of the field.  (Source: Elizabeth R. Morrissey, Northwestern University)

ISRSF Video

Arryman Yoes Kenawas on his research
Sari Ratri Research
Arryman Fellows Program

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