This list of upcoming fellowship deadlines includes programs for Chinese language learning, postdoctoral research in 18th-century Scottish Studies, Jewish studies, community health, advanced studies in humanity in Edinburgh, volunteer opportunities in India, research in decoloniality studies, and atmospheric, oceanic, and hydrologic sciences. You’ve got 8 weeks to apply!
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Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: February 18 – 24, 2024
- Horseshoe Farm Community Health Fellowship: Horseshoe Farm created a one-year educational grant-supported Community Health Fellowship for top recent college graduates. Fellows live together in housing provided by Horseshoe Farm as they work together on teams with other outstanding Fellows and Interns. They volunteer in a range of programs that provide relationship-based support to children, adults living with mental illness, seniors, and other vulnerable individuals. Through this rigorous, intensive, and immersive year of volunteer service and learning, Fellows deepen their understanding of the intricate relational and humanistic aspects of service. Horseshoe Farm provides shared housing and utilities free of charge to Fellows and transportation reimbursement. You do not need to be a U.S. Citizen to apply for the fellowship, but the organization will not be able to sponsor an applicant’s visa. / Apply by February 18, 2024
- NEH Scholar In Residence: The Center for Jewish History (CJH) offers a fellowship to scholars through a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). The award supports original research at the Center in the Humanities, including but not limited to Jewish studies, Russian and East European studies, American studies, and Germanic studies, as well as musicology, linguistics, anthropology, sociology, and history. Applications are welcome from college and university faculty in any field who have completed a Ph.D. more than six years before the start of the fellowship. Full fellowships carry a stipend of up to $60,000 for one year. / Apply by February 19, 2024
- Information Controls Fellowship Program (ICFP): The Information Controls Fellowship Program (ICFP) supports examination into how governments in countries or areas of the Open Technology Fund’s core focus are restricting the free flow of information, cutting access to the open internet, and implementing censorship mechanisms, thereby threatening the ability of global citizens to exercise basic human rights and democracy; work focused on mitigation of such threats is also supported. Fellowships are available in 3, 6, 9, and 12-month durations and are typically awarded to postdoctoral scholars, PhD students, and other experienced researchers. Applicants from around the world are invited to apply. / Apply by February 19, 2024
- Chinese Language Fellowship Program: The Chinese Language Fellowship Program (CLFP) is a nationwide initiative to support American Ph.D. students with a fellowship of up to $50,000 so that they can devote one year to intensive Chinese language training at an institution of the fellow’s choice, generally in China or Taiwan. Fellows must be Ph.D. students with a focus on China and policy. Fellows must also demonstrate an intermediate Chinese language ability. / Apply by February 19, 2024
- AIF Banyan Impact Fellowship: AIF’s Banyan Impact Fellowship (formerly the William J. Clinton Fellowship for Service in India) is a fully-funded volunteer program that places a cohort of young professionals from the US and India in service with communities across India to learn, build capacity and create a “living bridge” between both countries. Applicants must be US or Indian citizens or US permanent residents between the ages of 21-35 and have completed a Bachelor’s degree (or higher). AIF provides a living stipend, insurance coverage, program-related travel, training, and mentorship to each Fellow. They accept applications year-round and have certain priority deadlines to be considered for certain Fellowship start dates. / Apply by February 20, 2024
- CDC Evaluation Fellowship Program: CDC Evaluation Fellows work under the leadership of CDC’s Chief Evaluation Officer; they will be matched with CDC host programs in Atlanta to work on program evaluation activities for/with those programs for two years. Fellows are Ph.D. or master’s degree professionals with backgrounds in evaluation, behavioral and social sciences, public health, and other disciplines relevant to CDC’s work. Successful applicants also typically have significant experience in applied evaluation projects. Fellows are typically based in Atlanta, although we have had some Fellows at CDC Centers in Washington, DC. Fellows receive a monthly stipend depending on education level and experience. Non-U.S. citizens are eligible to apply. / Apply by February 20, 2024
- Western Michigan University Graduate Education and the Professoriate Fellowship: Western Michigan University Graduate Education and the Professoriate (WMU-GEP) Fellowships are available to U.S. citizens who derive from African-American, Hispanic, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, or Native American (with tribal affiliation) heritage and who have secured regular admission to a doctoral degree program in a STEM (science, technology, engineering, or mathematics) or SBE (sociology, political science, psychology, or economics) area. The GEP Fellowship is competitive and awarded to exceptional students. / Apply by February 21, 2024
- FFAR Fellowship Program: The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at North Carolina State University is offering Future Leaders for Food and Agriculture (FFAR) Fellowships for PhD students. The program is designed for Ph.D. students who have 3-years remaining in their degree program. An industry sponsor and confirmed PhD faculty advisor will be required for each fellow to work with virtually and during annual one-week residential sessions. The 3-year fellowship is jointly funded by FFAR and industry or analogous sponsors to develop the fellow’s “soft skills” in the field of agriculture and life science. / Apply by February 22, 2024
- Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship: Early Career Fellowships aim to provide career development opportunities for those who are at a relatively early stage of their academic careers, but who have a proven record of research. All candidates must hold a doctorate or have equivalent research experience. Applicants must either hold a degree from a UK higher education institution or must hold an academic position in the UK (e.g. fixed-term lectureship, fellowship). The intention is to support the career development of those building an academic career within the UK. The Trust will contribute 50% of each Fellow’s total salary up to £25,000 per annum and provides a £6000/year research expenses allowance. / Apply by February 22, 2024
- Matthew Power Literary Reporting Award: A grant of $12,500 will be awarded to support the work of a promising early-career nonfiction writer on a story that uncovers truths about the human condition. Offered for the first time in 2015, the Award has been endowed by individuals and organizations touched by the life and work of Matthew Power, a wide-roving and award-winning journalist who sought to live and share the experience of the individuals and places on which he was reporting. Winners will have access to New York University’s libraries and the Institute’s facilities, including workspace (as available). / Apply by February 22, 2024
- Point Foundation Community College Scholarship: The Community College Scholarship empowers LGBTQ community college students to fulfill their ambitions in community college. Whether you are eager to complete community college and pursue your passions out of the classroom, or if you are earning credits to transfer to a four-year college or university, Point can provide financial aid and coaching to help you realize success in higher education. Scholarship recipients can also access the Point Foundation network of LGBTQ scholars, more than 300 alumni, and many others dedicated to seeing LGBTQ students succeed. / Apply by February 22, 2024
- APS/Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities Fellowship for Research in Edinburgh: In collaboration with the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH) at the University of Edinburgh, the APS offers a visiting fellowship of between 2-4 months for research in Edinburgh, Scotland in any aspect of the humanities and social sciences. This award includes travel expenses between the United States and the United Kingdom, a private office, library, and research facilities at the IASH, and a monthly subsistence paid by the APS. Travel expenses and the monthly subsistence amount will not exceed a maximum of $6,000. The Fellowship is available only to residents of the United States or American citizens resident abroad. / Apply by February 23, 2024
- Daiches-Manning Memorial Fellowship in 18th-Century Scottish Studies: The fellowship provides a bursary of US$3000/£1800* towards travel and accommodation in support of research on any aspect of eighteenth-century Scottish studies. It is open to post-doctoral scholars of all nationalities, in all disciplines, and at all career levels. The Fellowship is for 2-6 months and may be taken at any time of the year. Fellows are expected to be in residence in Edinburgh for the duration of the Fellowship and to participate fully in IASH activities. IASH is housed in an eighteenth-century courtyard close to the Edinburgh University Library, and about twenty scholars are in residence at any time. / Apply by February 23, 2024
- IASH-SSPS Research Fellowships: The IASH-SSPS Research Fellowships are intended to encourage outstanding interdisciplinary research, international scholarly collaboration, and networking activities by visiting Research Fellows together with academics in the School of Social and Political Science (SSPS). Fellows will be expected to work in collaboration with one or more members of SSPS academic staff and to take an active part in IASH interdisciplinary events. Applications linked to the themes of the Institute Project on Decoloniality (IPD’24) taking place at IASH are particularly welcome. Funds are available in support of travel and accommodation costs between £1,300 and £3,900. Candidates for Fellowships will hold a doctorate or equivalent professional qualification. / Apply by February 23, 2024
- IASH-Alwaleed Research Fellowship: The IASH-Alwaleed Research Fellowship is intended to encourage outstanding interdisciplinary research, international scholarly collaboration, and networking activities of Visiting Research Fellows together with academics in the Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Centre for the Study of Islam in the Contemporary World. Fellows are expected to be residents in Edinburgh throughout the tenure of their Fellowship and to play a full part in the activities of IASH and the Alwaleed Centre. These fellowships are usually for a duration of one semester (3-4 months) and are usually funded at approximately £2,000-£3,500 as a contribution towards additional living costs, and/or travel grants of up to £500. / Apply by February 23, 2024
- Environmental Humanities Visiting Research Fellowships: These Visiting Research Fellowships of between two and four months are intended to encourage outstanding interdisciplinary research, international scholarly collaboration, and networking activities of Visiting Research Fellows with a specific focus on the Environmental Humanities. Fellows will be expected to give two presentations about their research during their stay, one at IASH and one to Environmental Humanities colleagues. A bursary of £1,300 per month will be offered to successful candidates to contribute towards travel and subsistence costs. / Apply by February 23, 2024
- Digital Research Visiting Fellowships: These Digital Research Visiting Fellowships of between two and four months are intended to encourage outstanding, digitally-focussed, interdisciplinary research, international scholarly collaboration, and networking activities of Visiting Research Fellows with a specific focus on the digital. Fellows will be expected to give two presentations about their research during their stay, one of which will be organized by CDCS. A bursary of up to £2,600 will be offered to successful candidates to contribute towards travel and subsistence costs. / Apply by February 23, 2024
- Combe Trust Fellowship: The Combe Trust Fellowship is intended to encourage outstanding interdisciplinary research, international scholarly collaboration, and networking activities of visiting Fellows together with academics in the Centre for Theology and Public Issues (CTPI). Applications for visits of two to three months are welcomed from senior researchers in the following areas: public theology, religion and religious education, physiology, and health, Scots law, peacebuilding, prison reform, psychiatry, psychology and neuroscience, moral philosophy, natural sciences or the arts (e.g. theatre, film, dance, visual arts). Funds are available in support of travel and accommodation costs, up to a maximum of £3,900. / Apply by February 23, 2024
- AMS Scholarship for Underserved Communities: The AMS Scholarship for Underserved Communities will award funding to students who have been traditionally underrepresented in the sciences, especially Hispanic, Native American, and Black/African American students. The American Meteorological Society (AMS) is committed to advancing core values of diversity, inclusion, and equity across all aspects of the atmospheric, oceanic, and hydrologic sciences. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or hold permanent resident status and plan to pursue careers in the atmospheric or related oceanic and hydrologic sciences. The $6,000 two-year scholarship is for $3,000 per year during freshman and sophomore years. / Apply by February 23, 2024
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