Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: February 27 – March 5, 2022

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This list of upcoming fellowship deadlines includes many programs for postdoctoral research and professional development. These opportunities include 44 fellowships, funding awards and fully funded graduate programs for students with disabilities, mid-career professionals, veterans, history teachers, social entrepreneurs, scholars researching topics in national security and higher education, bioinformaticians and infectious disease control scientists, journalists, recent graduates interested in public service, and more. 

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Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: February 27 – March 5, 2022

 

  • 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. / Due February 27, 2022

 

  • AICF International Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship: The American-Italian Cancer Foundation offers an International Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship. Applicants must have received an advanced degree—a Ph.D., DSc or DVM— no more than three years prior to the due date of the application. Eligible applications for an AICF Fellowship include proposals for basic or translational cancer research, as well as clinical research. Fellowships are awarded for a one-year period. Fellowship stipends of $40,000 are meant to cover most living expenses of the awarded candidate. / Due February 28, 2022

 

  • APHL-CDC Infectious Disease Laboratory Fellowship: The APHL-CDC Infectious Disease Laboratory Fellowship trains and prepares scientists for careers in public health laboratories and supports public health initiatives related to infectious diseases. The program provides a high-quality training experience for the fellow while providing workforce capacity to the public health laboratory community. Examples of projects and research include: validating whole-genome sequencing for predicting drug susceptibility patterns and developing and completing validation studies. / Due February 28, 2022

 

  • 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. / Due February 28, 2022

 

  • Cleveland Foundation Public Service Fellowship: The Cleveland Foundation Public Service Fellowship offers emerging young leaders from across the country the skills and networks needed to create the community they envision and jumpstart a career in public service. A select group of 3-5 Fellows will spend a year embedded in public sector agencies in Cleveland working on the front lines of civic innovation. If you are a recent college graduate considering a public service career, choose Cleveland and continue the reinvention of a Rustbelt city on the rise. The 12-month fellowship includes a $35,000 salary with health benefits. / Due February 28, 2022

 

  • APHL-CDC Bioinformatics Fellowship: The APHL-CDC Bioinformatics Fellowship Program trains and prepares bioinformaticians to apply their expertise within public health and design tools to aid existing public health personnel in the use of bioinformatics. Fellows apply their skills to a range of important and emerging public health problems while gaining experience in areas including metagenomics, human genetics, algorithm/software development, microbial genomics, and more. Fellowships are full-time, paid, and run for one to two years. / Due February 28, 2022

 

  • APHL-CDC Ronald H. Laessig Newborn Screening Fellowship: The APHL-CDC Ronald H. Laessig Newborn Screening (NBS) Fellowship prepares scientists for careers in NBS and/or genetics research while strengthening the state, local, and federal public health infrastructure to support surveillance and implement prevention and control programs. The program provides high-quality training for the fellow and workforce capacity to the public health laboratory community. Examples of projects include planning and conducting validation and pilot studies; cost-benefit analysis of screening programs; evaluation studies; and developing and evaluating sequencing assays. / Due February 28, 2022

 

  • AsiaGlobal Fellows Program: The AsiaGlobal Fellows Program at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) is a 13-week inter-disciplinary program designed to nurture future leaders. AsiaGlobal Fellows are promising mid-career professionals from around the world and across a spectrum of occupations, including policy makers, 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. / Due February 28, 2022

 

  • 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. / Due February 28, 2022

 

  • 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 Ph.D. within the last 5 years. / Due February 28, 2022

 

  • Impact Entrepreneurship Graduate Fellowship: The Impact Entrepreneurship Fellowship is a two-year cohort experience for high-potential leaders from diverse backgrounds who are committed to creating social impact through entrepreneurship while pursuing a master’s degree at The New School. Fellows benefit from courses, mentorship, peer support, workshops, networking opportunities, and the opportunity to complete a Graduate Minor in Impact Entrepreneurship. They may receive an award of up to $10,000 over two years for participation in the Fellowship. / Due February 28, 2022

 

  • 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. / Due February 28, 2022

 

  • 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. / Due February 28, 2022

 

  • APHL-CDC Environmental Health Laboratory Fellowship: The APHL-CDC Environmental Health Laboratory Fellowship trains and prepares scientists for careers in public health laboratories and supports public health initiatives related to human chemical exposures through targeted biomonitoring or environmental health surveillance. The program provides high-quality training for the fellow while contributing to the public health laboratory workforce. Fellows apply their skills to a range of important and emerging public health problems while gaining experience in areas such as environmental health, exposure reduction, surveillance, and intervention. / Due February 28, 2022

 

  • APHL-CDC Quality Management Fellowship: The APHL-CDC Quality Management Fellowship trains and prepares scientists for careers in public health laboratories and supports initiatives related to quality assurance, quality control, the quality management system (and quality system essentials), and the public health laboratory system. The program provides high-quality training for the fellow and workforce capacity to the public health lab community. Potential projects include hosting an assessment through the Laboratory System Improvement Program, developing tools to support a quality system essential, and conducting a needs assessment. / Due February 28, 2022

 

  • APHL-CDC Biorisk Management Fellowship: The APHL-CDC Biorisk Management Fellowship trains and prepares scientists for careers in public health laboratories and supports laboratory safety, biosafety, and biosecurity. The program provides high-quality training while contributing to the public health lab workforce. Fellows apply their skills to a range of important and emerging public health problems while gaining experience in areas of biorisk management such as biosafety and biosecurity, lab safety, regulations, training/outreach to diverse partners, and policies to minimize risks associated with the handling of biological materials. / Due February 28, 2022

 

  • APHL-CDC Food Safety Laboratory Fellowship: The APHL-CDC Food Safety Laboratory Fellowship trains and prepares scientists for careers in public health and/or state agriculture laboratories and supports the surveillance of foodborne pathogens and the safety of the human food supply. The program provides high-quality, cross-disciplinary training for the fellow and workforce capacity to the host lab. Fellows apply their skills to a range of public health problems and gain experience in areas such as regulatory food testing, genomic characterization of enteric pathogens, foodborne pathogen outbreak detection, and food laboratory accreditation. / Due February 28, 2022

 

  • 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. / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • 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. / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • 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 Ph.D. or equivalent level degree. The base stipend is $54,000 plus benefits. / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • Russell E. Train Fellowships: Russell E. Train Fellowships support individuals pursuing a master’s or doctoral degree in conservation. Each year, WWF supports committed conservationists from target countries in Latin America, Asia, and Africa to receive financial support for their studies and field research. Fellows can attend any university around the world but must return to their home countries to work in conservation for at least two years after completing their degree. Candidates must have a minimum of two years of work experience in conservation. / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • Joan Shorenstein Fellowship: The mission of the Joan Shorenstein Fellowship Program is to advance research in the field of media, politics, and public policy, provide an opportunity for reflection and create a vibrant and long-lasting community of scholars and practitioners. The primary focus for a Fellow is to research, write and publish a 15-20-page paper on a media/politics topic. The Shorenstein Center currently hosts 8 one-semester residential fellowships each year (4 per semester). The stipend is $30,000 for one semester. Fellows are in residence, full-time, for one semester. Mid to late-career full-time journalists, politicians, scholars, or policymakers are eligible. / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • 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. / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • Hertog War Studies Program: The War Studies Program, run by the Institute for the Study of War, aims to educate undergraduate students about the theory, practice, organization, and control of war and military forces. Over the course of the seven-week summer program in Washington, DC, students will learn from and interact with distinguished senior leaders in the national security and military communities, including generals and leading intellectuals. Fellows receive a stipend in addition to housing and some meals. College juniors, seniors, and very recent graduates are eligible. / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • 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. / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellowship: The NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellowship offers educators 12 months of professional development opportunities to support educators as they cultivate global competence skills and build global lesson plans that are shared with educators around the world. Over the course of one year, Fellows participate in online coursework, a fall professional development workshop, and a 9-day summer field study excursion. The NEA Foundation covers all costs for meals, lodging, travel, and professional development activities. Active NEA members who are current K-12 classroom teachers are eligible. / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship: The U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship is a grant program that enables students of limited financial means to study or intern abroad, thereby gaining skills critical to our national security and economic competitiveness. The Gilman Scholarship Program is open to U.S. citizen undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding at a two-year or four-year college or university to participate in study and intern abroad programs worldwide. Award amounts will vary depending on the length of study and student need. There are multiple deadlines per year, so make sure to check out the website. / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • ASC Ruth D. Peterson Fellowship for Racial and Ethnic Diversity: The Ruth D. Peterson Fellowships 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. / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • Western University Fully Funded Ph.D. in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering: Western University in Ontario, Canada offers a fully funded Ph.D. Program in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering. The Ph.D. is a 4-year research program working closely with an advisor. There are several fields of research to focus on including biomaterials and biochemical, environmental and green, macromolecular and materials, particle technology and fluidization, and reaction and process systems. Funding comes from a mixture of scholarships, fellowships, studentships, and grants. Minimum aid for Ph.D. students includes a full tuition waiver and a stipend of $14,000 CAD per year. Different deadlines for domestic and international applicants in the fall, winter, and summer. / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • NASA Postdoctoral Program: The NASA Postdoctoral Program (NPP) provides early-career and more senior scientists the opportunity to share in NASA’s mission, to 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, and science management. Stipends start at a minimum of $60K/year and include other benefits and travel allowances. / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • 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 within the 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. / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • 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. Click here for more info / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • 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. / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • Southern Education Leadership Initiative (SELI): The Southern Education Foundation is calling for Emerging Leaders who are interested in improving education and addressing community needs through direct learning experiences. The summer fellowship is an intensive, eight-week, paid opportunity for individuals to be placed in a nonprofit organization or school district throughout the southern region of the United States. Eligible applicants must be between the ages of 20-32 and enrolled as at least a college junior or senior in a four-year college, preferably in social justice or education policy. A stipend of $4,500 for undergraduates or $5,000 for graduate students is given to each fellow. / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • 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. / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • 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 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. / Due March 1, 2022

 

  • Soros Justice Fellowships in Media: The Soros Justice Fellowships Program’s Media Fellowships support writers, print and broadcast journalists, bloggers, filmmakers, and other individuals with distinctive voices proposing to complete media projects that engage and inform, spur debate and conversation, and catalyze change on important U.S. criminal justice issues. Media Fellowships are 12 months in duration, and fellows are expected to make their projects their full-time work during the term of the fellowship. Projects can begin in either the spring or fall. Fellows receive a stipend of $58K or $80K, as well as funding for project-related expenses and health insurance. / Due March 2, 2022

 

  • Soros Justice Fellowships in Advocacy: The Soros Justice Fellowships Program’s Advocacy Fellowships fund lawyers, advocates, grassroots organizers, researchers, and others with unique perspectives to undertake full-time criminal justice reform projects at the local, state, and national levels. Projects may range from litigation to public education to coalition-building to grassroots mobilization to policy-driven research. Advocacy Fellowships are 18 months in duration, may be undertaken in conjunction with a host organization, and can begin in the spring or fall. Fellows receive a total stipend of $87K or $120K and funding for health insurance and student loan reimbursement. / Due March 2, 2022

 

  • Soros Justice Fellowships for Youth Activists: The Soros Justice Youth Activist Fellowships, in partnership with the Open Society Youth Exchange, support outstanding individuals aged 18 to 25 to take on projects of their own design that address some aspect of the U.S. criminal justice system. Projects can range from public education and training to grassroots organizing and policy advocacy to social media campaigns and other forms of creative communications. Youth Activist Fellowships must be undertaken in partnership with a host organization. Projects can be full-time or part-time, 12 or 18 months. Provided an award of $52,500 for full-time, 18-month projects (the award is pro-rated for part-time or 12-month projects), plus project-related expenses. / Due March 2, 2022

 

  • 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 degree or who are currently enrolled in a doctoral program will receive an annual stipend of $45,000. Fellows who have completed a Ph.D., ScD, MD, or DVM will receive an annual stipend of $55,000. Stipends will be paid directly to the fellow in monthly disbursements. / Due March 2, 2022

 

  • 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. / Due March 4, 2022

 

  • 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. / Due March 4, 2022

 

  • 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. / Due March 4, 2022

 

  • 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. / Due March 4, 2022

 

  • David Center for the American Revolution Short-Term Resident Research Fellowships: The David Center for the American Revolution at the American Philosophical Society Library & Museum invites applications for short-term resident research fellowships. These funding opportunities provide one month of support for researchers in residence and are open to scholars in all fields who show a demonstrated need to use the collections for their projects. Successful applicants are awarded a stipend of $3,000. Fellows are required to be in residence for four consecutive weeks. Applicants may be Ph.D. holders, Ph.D. candidates, or Degreed independent scholars. / Due March 4, 2022

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