Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: February 26 – March 4, 2023

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The Goizueta Foundation Graduate Fellowship Program provides funding to doctoral students interested in using the resources available at the University of Miami Cuban Heritage Collection (CHC) for dissertation research.

This list of upcoming fellowship deadlines includes a wide array of programs for students and professionals from many backgrounds and disciplines. Included are fellowships for graduate students, students with disabilities, artists, military Veterans, summer and graduate fellowships at the University of Miami Cuban Heritage Collection (CHC), dissertation fellowships, public policy fellowships, social entrepreneurship fellowships, translation fellowships, and much more. You’ve got 8 weeks to apply!

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Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: February 26 – March 4, 2023


  • Lime Connect Fellowship Program: The Lime Connect Fellowship Program is designed for accomplished current sophomores/rising juniors who happen to have a disability and are attending a 4-year university in the U.S. The program kicks off with an all-expense paid Leadership & Development Symposium in New York City this summer, where Lime Fellows will receive professional development training, access to our U.S. corporate partners, and potential summer internships. Upon completion of the program, Fellows will join the lifelong experience of the Lime Connect Fellows Community, where they will receive ongoing support such as individual coaching, webinars, and mentoring, as well as continued professional development, community, and networking opportunities throughout their careers. / Apply by February 26, 2023


  • NXTHVN Studio and Curatorial Fellowships: Each year NXTHVN welcomes up to seven artists and two curators to participate in its paid 10-month intensive Fellowship Program. Each fellow will receive studio or office space, a stipend, and subsidized housing. Selected from an international pool of applicants, fellows relocate to New Haven to participate in NXTHVN’s mentorship-driven curriculum which includes professional development sessions led by visiting artists, curators, scholars, and practitioners. Selected fellows are also matched with a high school apprentice, for focused one-on-one mutual learning, which gives the next local generation a chance to grow and excel in creative fields. The fellowship year culminates with an annual group show at a prominent gallery space. / Apply by February 27, 2023


  • Goizueta Foundation Graduate Fellowship Program: Goizueta Foundation Graduate Fellowship Program aims to expand the scholarship of Cuban, American, Latin, hemispheric, and international studies by providing funding to doctoral students interested in using the resources available at the University of Miami Cuban Heritage Collection (CHC) for dissertation research. Two fellowship types are offered, Graduate Pre-Prospectus Summer Fellowships, which provide one-month residence and $3,000, and Graduate Research Fellowships, which provide $4,500/month for 1-3 months in residence. / Apply by February 27, 2023


  • SCUP Fellows Program: The Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) Fellows Program will give you the opportunity to bring your innovative planning ideas and approaches forward to a broader constituency of higher ed planners who are involved in integrated planning on their campuses. Two fellows are selected each year (mentored by SCUP members) to pursue a higher education planning research project of their choice and present the outcomes of their project. Fellows will receive a one-year membership, complimentary registration to two annual conferences, two-$500 stipends, and registration to SCUP’s Planning Institute 1, or Planning Institute 2. / Apply by February 27, 2023


  • State Policy Fellowship Program: State Policy Fellows spend two years with an influential state-based policy organization or with the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities in Washington, DC. Fellows research and write analyses on current policy issues; brief policymakers, journalists, and others on these issues; and serve as a resource for advocates and community groups. Candidates must have received a graduate degree in public policy, public affairs, economics, social work, public health, or a related field within the past year. Fellows receive a salary (approximately $45,000-$50,000) and benefits. / Apply by February 28, 2023


  • AsiaGlobal Fellows Program: The AsiaGlobal Fellows Program at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) is a 13-week interdisciplinary program designed to nurture future leaders. AsiaGlobal Fellows are promising mid-career professionals from around the world and across a spectrum of occupations, including policymakers, policy advisors, business, and civil society. They share a common policy interest in Asia, have demonstrated strong leadership potential, and are committed to making a positive impact on society. The program provides Fellows with a monthly stipend to help with living costs, accommodation, round-trip travel, site-visit travel expenses, and insurance. / Apply by February 28, 2023


  • Tillman Scholars Program: The Tillman Scholars Program unites and empowers remarkable military veterans and spouses as the next generation of private and public sector leaders committed to service beyond self. The premier fellowship supports Tillman Scholars with academic scholarships, a national network, and professional development opportunities, so they are empowered to make an impact in the fields of medicine, law, business, policy, technology, education, and the arts. Active duty service members, veterans, and military spouses are eligible for the fellowship which covers academic expenses, including tuition and fees, books, and living expenses. / Apply by February 28, 2023


  • IC Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Program: The IC Postdoc Program offers scientists and engineers from a wide variety of disciplines unique opportunities to conduct research relevant to the Intelligence Community. The research is conducted by the postdocs while working in partnership with a research advisor and collaborating with an advisor from the intelligence community. Postdoc appointments are for 24 months but can allow for a third year if outlined in the original proposal. Fellows receive annual stipends of $75,000-$79,000 plus extra funding for travel and laboratory expenses. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and have received their PhD within the last 5 years. / Apply by February 28, 2023


  • Impact Entrepreneurship Graduate Fellowship: The Impact Entrepreneurship Graduate Fellowship at The New School (New York, NY) is a two-year cohort experience for high-potential leaders committed to creating social impact through entrepreneurship while pursuing a master’s degree, including MA, MS, and MFA programs. Fellows receive an award of $10,000 toward tuition for participation in the two-year fellowship ($5,000 per year), in addition to any merit-based scholarship they may receive from their degree program. Accepted fellows enroll in year-long Impact Entrepreneurship Fellowship cohort courses at The New School’s New York City campus during their first academic year. / Apply by February 28, 2023


  • Kleinhans Fellowship for Community Forestry Research: The Kleinhans Fellowship provides a two-year stipend of US$20,000 per year to support research that addresses one of the following topics: markets for lesser-known species and non-timber forest products, biodiversity management practices, social organization, and governance, or multi-community enterprises.  Fellows participate in workshops with community members and regional Rainforest Alliance staff and submit a final report. Applicants must have a master’s degree in forestry, ecology, botany, environmental science, or a related field; PhD’s are preferred. Researchers of any nationality are eligible, but the research must be conducted in Latin America. / Apply by February 28, 2023


  • Advantage Testing Foundation TRIALS Scholarship: Trials is a unique partnership of Harvard Law School, NYU School of Law, and the Advantage Testing Foundation. Trials Scholarship is a fully subsidized summer study program for students of modest means whose backgrounds are currently underrepresented at the nation’s top law schools. For five weeks in the summer, Trials students take residence at Harvard or New York University. Working closely with their instructors, students learn to develop an individualized study plan, focus their preparation, and apply the core principles they master. Students are not responsible for any tuition, fees, or related expenses. They receive a $3,000 stipend. / Apply by February 28, 2023


  • OC Community Fellowships: OC Community Fellowships provide exceptional social entrepreneurs and nonprofit leaders engaged in poverty alleviation and economic justice enterprises the opportunity to participate as Delegates in the Opportunity Collaboration, a four-day problem-solving, strategic retreat. Community Fellows attend the full Opportunity Collaboration and take part in all Delegate sessions. The all-inclusive Fellowship includes all on-site costs for housing and meals (5 nights lodging, 3 meals per day), gratuities, airport shuttle, etc. All Fellows are responsible for their own roundtrip airfare. Financial need is a primary consideration. / Apply by February 28, 2023


  • California Science and Technology Fellowship: The California Science and Technology (CCST) Policy Fellowships place professional scientists and engineers in the California State Legislature or Executive Branch for one-year appointments. The fellowships are ideal for qualified applicants who are interested in improving the interface between science and legislative decision-making and who want to learn the public policy decision-making process. To be eligible for the Fellowship, candidates must possess a PhD or equivalent level degree. The base stipend is $54,000 plus benefits. / Apply by February 28, 2023


  • CFR Edward R. Murrow Press Fellowship: Launched in 1949 with support from the Carnegie Corporation, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) Edward R. Murrow Press Fellowship seeks to promote the quality of responsible and discerning journalism that exemplified the work of Edward R. Murrow. One CFR resident fellowship is awarded each year to a distinguished foreign correspondent or editor. The fellow spends 9 months full-time in residence at CFR’s headquarters in New York. The program enables the fellow to engage in sustained analysis and writing, expand his or her intellectual and professional horizons, and extensively participate in CFR’s active program of meetings and events. / Apply by March 1, 2023


  • Ted Scripps Fellows in Environmental Journalism: This flexible, non-degree program allows fellows to tailor these resources to meet their needs and interests. Fellows deepen their knowledge of the environment through courses, weekly seminars, and field trips. Fellows will receive a total of $50,000 for the 9-month academic year the program covers tuition, recreation, and computer fees. The program is open to all full-time U.S. print or broadcast journalists interested in deepening and broadening their knowledge of environmental issues. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, have a minimum of 5 years of full-time professional journalism experience, and have completed an undergraduate degree. / March 1, 2023


  • Raiziss/de Palchi Translation Awards: The Raiziss/de Palchi Translation Awards recognize outstanding translations into English of modern Italian poetry through a $10,000 book prize and a $25,000 fellowship, given in alternating years. Candidates must be American translators currently engaged in the translation of twentieth-century Italian poetry. The fellowship provides a stipend of $25,000 and a 5-week residency at the American Academy in Rome. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. / Apply by March 1, 2023


  • Hertog Political Studies Program: Hertog Fellows study classic texts in political thought and some of the seminal documents of American politics with an outstanding faculty. In addition, students study selected public policy issues with some of those who helped formulate and implement those policies. Fellows participate in a seven-week summer program in Washington, DC, and receive housing and some meals, plus a stipend. Undergraduates and recent graduates are eligible. Check the website for an early deadline. / Apply by March 1, 2023


  • Hertog War Studies Program: The Hertog War Studies Program is an intensive two-week program run by the Institute for the Study of War in Washington DC. The program aims to educate advanced undergraduate students about the theory, practice, organization, and control of war and military forces. Students will learn from and interact with distinguished senior leaders in the national security and military communities. This course bridges the civil-military divide and teaches students at the start of their careers how to assess military decision-making. All students will receive a stipend of $1,500 in addition to housing, meals, and subsidized transportation to and within Washington, DC. This is a full-time commitment. / Apply by March 1, 2023


  • FSCIS Visiting Junior Scholar Fellowship: The France-Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary Studies (FSCIS) Visiting Junior Scholar Fellowship provides funding up to $7,000 for a project of 2-4 months. available to (1) Scholars who have completed a Ph.D. no more than three years from the date of applying for the fellowship and who hold a tenure-track/permanent (rather than post-doctoral) position. These may be Stanford-based scholars seeking a research visit at a French institution or scholars based in a French institution seeking a research visit at Stanford, and (2) Postdoctoral students. These may be Stanford-based postdocs seeking a research visit at a French institution or postdocs based in a French institution seeking a research visit at Stanford. / Apply by March 1, 2023


  • Gulf Research Program Science Policy Fellowships: The science-policy fellowship program helps early-career scientists hone their skills by putting them to practice for the benefit of Gulf Coast communities and ecosystems. Fellows gain first-hand policymaking experience as they spend a year on the staff of federal or state environmental, natural resource, oil, and gas, or public health agencies in the Gulf of Mexico region. Fellows who have completed an MA, MS, or MPH/MSPH degree or who are currently enrolled in a doctoral program will receive an annual stipend of $58,000. Fellows who have completed a PhD, ScD, EngD, MD, DrPH, or DVM will receive an annual stipend of $63,000. In addition to the stipend, each fellow will receive an annual health allowance of $5,500 which will be added to the stipend package. / Apply by March 1, 2023


  • ASC Ruth D. Peterson Fellowship for Racial and Ethnic Diversity: The Ruth D. Peterson Fellowship is designed to encourage students of color, especially those from racial and ethnic groups underrepresented in the field, to enter the field of criminology and criminal justice, and to facilitate the completion of their degrees. Applicants need not be members of the American Society of Criminology but individuals studying criminology or criminal justice issues are encouraged to apply.  The recipients of the fellowships must be accepted into a program of doctoral studies and the award is for $6,000. / Apply by March 1, 2023


  • NASA Postdoctoral Program: The NASA Postdoctoral Program (NPP) provides early-career and more senior scientists the opportunity to share in NASA’s mission, reach for new heights, and reveal the unknown so that what we do and learn will benefit all humankind. NASA Postdoctoral Fellows work on 1 to 3-year assignments with scientists and engineers at NASA centers and institutes to advance missions in earth science, heliophysics, planetary science, astrophysics, space bioscience, aeronautics, engineering, human exploration and space operations, astrobiology, science management. Stipends start at a minimum of $60K/year and include other benefits and travel allowances. / Apply by March 1, 2023


  • Trustey Family STEM Teaching Fellows Program: Animated by the mission of the University of Notre Dame, the Center for STEM Education conducts and applies research to improve STEM teaching and learning for all students, especially students from underrepresented populations and students in Catholic schools. The Center seeks to increase student interest in, identity with, and learning of the STEM disciplines through unique programs, such as the Trustey Family STEM Teaching Fellows. This fellowship spans three summers and two school years to form STEM teachers for the middle grades. Fellows apply as school-based teams ranging from 3-5 members to enact a STEM impact plan. / Apply by March 1, 2023


  • Governor’s Summer Internship: The Governor’s Summer Internship Program (GSIP) introduces Maryland’s best and brightest college students to the challenges and rewards of working with state government.  Fellows are paid a stipend of $3,000 for their participation in the program which runs from June to August. Fellows are placed at a government agency full-time under the mentorship of a senior-level professional, researching and preparing a policy analysis and recommendation to present to the Governor. College juniors and seniors from Maryland institutions or residents of Maryland studying out-of-state are invited to apply. Check the website for priority deadlines. / Apply by March 1, 2023


  • Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) Fellows Program: The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) Fellows Program exposes Maryland’s college students to careers in the state sector within Maryland’s integrative transportation system.  Fellows of all majors are placed in full-time assignments in one of MDOT’s units and mentored by senior-level administrators. With the knowledge gained at their placements, and through seminars, trips, and networking, fellows research and create a proposal to solve a transportation challenge. Fellows are paid a stipend of $3,500 for their participation in the program which runs from late May until August. Check the website for priority deadlines. / Apply by March 1, 2023


  • Sondheim Nonprofit Leadership Program: The Sondheim Nonprofit Leadership Program introduces Maryland’s undergraduate and graduate students to the nonprofit sector.  Fellows are paid a stipend of $3,000 for their participation in the program which runs each summer from late May until August. Fellows are placed at a nonprofit organization full-time under the mentorship of a senior-level professional as they learn about the functions of nonprofits and examine community needs and social challenges. Fellows work together in groups to put their knowledge and skills into practice, researching a challenge impacting Maryland and designing an innovative way to address the challenge. Check the website for priority deadlines. / Apply by March 1, 2023


  • Digital Humanities Associate Fellowship: The Digital Humanities Associate Fellowship Program is designed for students currently enrolled in a master’s degree program or completing their undergraduate education. Students outside the field of history are encouraged to apply. Fellows will develop and conduct independent research projects under the supervision of a Museum mentor, interact with staff and visiting scholars in residence, and audit special summer seminars and research workshops that explore challenging questions still to be addressed by Holocaust scholarship. Fellows are required to be in residence at the Museum for nine months and will be provided a stipend of $3,000/month. / Apply by March 1, 2023


  • Arthur F. Burns Fellowship: The Arthur F. Burns Fellowship provides talented young journalists the opportunity to live and work in each other’s country. This highly personalized and practical program improves the quality of the news coverage in each country and strengthens the transatlantic relationship. The fellowship is open to U.S., Canadian and German journalists between the age of 21-40 who have two years of professional journalism experience and have a strong interest in North American-European affairs. Fellows receive a $4,000 stipend and $1,200 for travel expenses. / Apply by March 1, 2023


  • Phillips Fund for Native American Research: The Phillips Fund of the American Philosophical Society provides grants for research in Native American linguistics, ethnohistory, and the history of studies of Native Americans in the continental United States and Canada. The grants are intended for such costs as travel, tapes, films, and consultants’ fees.  The committee prefers to support the work of younger scholars who have received a doctorate. Applications are also accepted from graduate students for research on master’s theses or doctoral dissertations. The average award is about $3,000 for one year. / Apply by March 1, 2023


  • Etruscan Foundation Research Fellowship: The Etruscan Foundation Research Fellowship is designed to support research in all areas of research on Etruscan and indigenous cultures of non-Greek Italy dating from the Neolithic through the 1st Century BCE. The fellowship is open to Canadian and U.S. citizens and those affiliated with U.S. institutions who are PhD candidates (ABD), PhD independent researchers, and PhD untenured faculty. The fellowship carries an award of $7,500 which can be used to support all travel, meals, lodging, and ancillary materials for the fellow as they conduct their research. / Apply by March 1, 2023


  • James Madison Graduate Fellowships: The James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation offers $24,000 James Madison Graduate Fellowships to a select group of individuals desiring to become outstanding secondary-level teachers of the American Constitution. Fellowship applicants compete only against other applicants from the states of their legal residence. Generally, one Fellowship per state is awarded each year. / Apply by March 2, 2023


  • 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 March 2, 2023


  • Udall Undergraduate Scholarship: The Udall Foundation awards scholarships to college sophomores and juniors for leadership, public service, and commitment to issues related to Native American nations or to the environment. The Udall Foundation provides awards 55 scholarships of up to $7,000 each, access to the Udall Alumni Network, and five days in Tucson, Arizona at Scholar Orientation. / Apply by March 2, 2023


  • Library Short-Term Resident Research Fellowships: The American Philosophical Society Library & Museum in Philadelphia invites applications for short-term residential research fellowships. These funding opportunities provide 1- to 3- months of support for researchers in residence and are open to Ph.D. candidates, holders of the Ph.D., and degreed independent scholars, in all fields who show a demonstrated need to use the Library & Museum’s collections for their project. Approximately 25-30 short-term fellowships are awarded each year. A stipend of $3,000 per month is awarded. / Apply by March 3, 2023


  • Fellowship for Public Education Leadership: The Fellowship for Public Education Leadership is a tuition-free executive leadership program for senior-level public education leaders from across the country who are dedicated to strengthening public school systems and the communities they serve. Fellows drive transformative work happening in urban school districts, charter networks, and state and federal education agencies that advance equity and excellence for all students. The 10-month program seeks to bolster efforts to achieve performance improvements through participant-centered learning, peer coaching, and project work. / Apply by March 3, 2023


  • Indigenous Community Research Fellowships: The Indigenous Community Research Fellowships support research by Indigenous community members, elders, teachers, knowledge keepers, tribal officials, traditional leaders, museum and archive professionals, scholars, and others, regardless of academic background, seeking to examine materials at the APS Library & Museum in support of Indigenous community-based priorities. We encourage any community to apply whose cultural or linguistic heritage is represented in the collections. University-based scholars and independent researchers working on projects in collaboration with Native communities are also eligible to apply. Applicants may request up to a maximum of $5,000. / Apply by March 3, 2023


  • Digital Humanities Fellowships: The Center for Digital Scholarship (CDS) at the American Philosophical Society Library invites applications for Digital Humanities Fellowships at the American Philosophical Society Library & Museum. These fellowships, for up to 2 months, are open to scholars at all stages of their careers, including graduate students, who are developing digital projects. Successful applicants will receive a stipend of $3,000 for a minimum of one month and a maximum of two months. / Apply by March 3, 2023


  • Swan Foundation Short-Term Resident Research Fellowship for Revolutionary-Era Material Culture: The Swan Historical Foundation and the David Center for the American Revolution invite applications for an inaugural short-term residential research fellowship in Revolutionary-Era Material Culture (defined as 1750-1820). This funding opportunity provides one month of support for researchers to work in the artifact collections of the Swan Historical Foundation, the American Philosophical Society, and other repositories in the Greater Philadelphia Region. The fellowship is open to scholars in all fields who show a demonstrated need to use the collections for their projects. / Apply by March 3, 2023


  • SEO Law Fellowship Program: The SEO Law Fellowship is the only program of its kind to offer talented incoming law students from historically excluded backgrounds the opportunity to work at a top law firm the summer before law school. Law students begin the year-long Fellowship with a 10-week summer experience and receive supplemental academic tutoring during their first year of law school. Check the website for priority deadlines. / Apply by March 3, 2023


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