At the initiative of the Head of the Department of Armenian Studies of the Center for the Study of the Christian East of the University of Salzburg in Austria, the Armenian scholar Jasmine Dumragut, scholarships have been established for researchers studying the spiritual and cultural heritage of Artsakh. The purpose of the new scholarship program, starting in the spring of 2022, is to encourage young researchers to study topics related to the history of culture and art of Artsakh, with a special focus on issues related to tangible and intangible cultural heritage. The maximum amount of the scholarship is 3,000 Euros. The deadline for accepting applications for “grants of Armenian studies focused on the cultural and spiritual heritage of Artsakh” started on July 1, and the deadline is October 1, 2022.