Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: January 10 – 16, 2017

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Fellowships at the Smithsonian
Apply for the Baird Resident Scholar Program providing historians, librarians, doctoral students and post-doctoral scholars a short-term residency at the Smithsonian’s Special Collections in Washington, DC

You’ve got 8 weeks to apply! There is something for everyone in this week’s list of 33 fellowships. Fellowships include funded opportunities in research, public policy, foreign affairs, food security, science and engineering, and creative arts, among other subjects. Several fellowships are located in the U.S. but other options can take you to Israel, Latin America or India.

Not ready to apply this year? Click the links to bookmark these fellowships to your Profellow account.




  • AAUW Selected Professions Fellowships: Funding for women to pursue graduate studies and professional degrees in fields where women are traditionally underrepresented / Due January 10, 2017


  • Post-Bachelor Fellowship: For recent college graduates with strong quantitative skills to train with faculty and senior researchers on public health projects at the University of Washington / Due January 10, 2017


  • HHMI Medical Research Fellows Program: 1-year program in biomedical research training and an additional 8 to 10-week research program for medical, dental and veterinary students / Due January 11, 2017


  • The Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellowship: During this 1-year fellowship, Fellows are placed for 5 months with community-based organizations involved in fighting hunger and poverty, then reconvene in DC / Due January 11, 2017







  • Tom Steel Post Graduate Fellowship: 1-year fellowships for recent law school graduates to work on a public interest law project serving the LGBT community / Due January 13, 2017



  • Dorot Fellowship in Israel: 1-year fellowship in Israel open to American and Canadian Jews to inspire Jewish leadership in the Americas / Due January 13, 2017


  • SCUP Fellows Program: Support to higher education emerging leaders to attend two of the society’s annual, international conferences and other workshops / Due January 14, 2017




  • Klingenstein Summer Institute: Fully funded 2-week professional development program in New Jersey for K-12 teachers globally / Due January 15, 2017






  • Terra Summer Residency: 8-week fellowship in Giverny, France for emerging artists with a master’s degree or doctoral candidacy / Due January 15, 2017




  • Posen Society of Fellows: 2-year fellowship for dissertation research on a topic related to modern Jewish history or culture, or for fiction writers working on a Jewish-themed novel / Due January 15, 2017


  • Baird Resident Scholar Program: Short-term residency for historians, librarians, doctoral students and post-doctoral scholars to study the Special Collections in the Smithsonian / Due January 15, 2017





  • Linda Hall Library Fellowships: 1 to 9-month fellowships in Kansas City to support research in linking science or technology to the broader culture / Due January 16, 2017


  • Artist Trust Fellowship: Professional development fellowships for generative artists who are residents of Washington State / Due January 16, 2017


  • DAAD Visiting Professorships: For professors in all fields to teach in Germany and strengthen the internationalization of the educational experience / Due January 16, 2017



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