Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: November 10 – 16, 2019

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Upcoming fellowship deadlines
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You’ve got 8 weeks to apply! Graduate students will find many options in this week’s list including research project funding and dissertation fellowships. Postdoctoral scholars, teachers, recent graduates and mid-career professionals can also find full-time and part-time fellowship opportunities to take the next step in their careers. Apply now!

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Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: November 10 – 16, 2019

 

  • Harry Ransom Center Research Fellowships: The Ransom Center will award 10 dissertation fellowships and up to 50 postdoctoral fellowships for projects that require substantial on-site use of its collections. The collections support research in all areas of the humanities, including literature, photography, film, art, the performing arts, music, and cultural history. There are 1 to 3-month fellowships for independent and postdoctoral scholars, travel stipends for short-term visits and dissertation fellowships available at the center. Applicants from any nation are eligible and visa support will be given to international applicants. / Due November 11, 2019

 

  • GEM Fellowship: PhD Engineering Fellowship: The objective of this program is to offer doctoral fellowships to under-represented minority students who have either completed, are currently enrolled in a master’s in engineering program, or received admittance into a PhD program directly from a bachelor’s degree program. PhD Engineering Fellows receive: $16,000 stipend in the first academic year of the GEM Fellowship; GEM Member University provides a living stipend up to the 5th year of PhD program, equivalent to other funded doctorate students in the department; a minimum of one paid summer internship with a GEM Employer Member; full tuition and fees at a GEM University Member. / Due November 12, 2019

 

  • GEM PhD Engineering/Science Fellowship: The goal of this program is to increase the number of minority students who pursue doctoral degrees in engineering and natural science disciplines. Successful applicants will receive: a $16,000 stipend in the first academic year of the GEM Fellowship followed by a university provided living stipend for the remaining years of the PhD, a minimum of one paid summer internship with a GEM Employer Member,  and full tuition and fees at a GEM University Member. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents and be members of under-represented groups in science and engineering as defined by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. / Due November 12, 2019

 

  • Brooke Owens Fellowship: The Brooke Owens Fellowship is designed to serve both as an inspiration and as a career boost to capable young women who, like Brooke, aspire to explore the sky and stars, to shake up the aerospace industry, and to help their fellow men and women on planet Earth. Fellows are matched by industry leaders to specific intern positions at one of the most exciting organizations in aerospace. Over the course of a 12-week summer, fellows receive mentoring, complete meaningful projects, learn valuable skills, and are paid a living wage. Women undergraduate students at U.S. universities or community colleges are invited to apply. / Due November 12, 2019

 

  • GEM Fellowship: MS Engineering Fellowship Program: The goals of the GEM fellowships are to increase the number of underrepresented minority students (African Americans, American Indians, and Hispanic Americans) pursing graduate degrees in engineering and natural science and to promote the benefits of a graduate degree within industry. GEM MS Engineering Fellows receive a $4,000 living stipend per full-time semester up to 4 semesters ($8K per academic year – 3 quarters), up to two paid summer internships with a GEM Employer Member and full tuition and fees provided by a GEM University Member. Applicants must be a U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident. / Due November 12, 2019

 

  • GEM Fellowship: PhD Science Fellowship: The goal of this program is to increase the number of minority students who pursue doctoral degrees in the natural science disciplines — chemistry, physics, earth sciences, mathematics, biological sciences, and computer science. Applicants to this program are accepted as early as their senior undergraduate year, as well as candidates currently enrolled in a Master’s of Engineering program and working professionals. Fellowships offered through this program are portable and may be used at any participating GEM Member University where the GEM Fellow is admitted. Full tuition and fees and a $16,000 stipend in the first academic year. / Due November 12, 2019

 

  • NYU Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellowship Program: The NYU Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellowship Program is a two year in-residence fellowship at NYU. The purpose of the program is to ensure diverse scholarly environments and to encourage individuals to enter the academic profession. The Fellowship Program is open to all areas of study at the University. Individuals who have completed their dissertation within the last three years or professionals transitioning to academic careers (for those in fields for which the doctorate is not the terminal degree) are eligible to apply. Fellows are appointed as Assistant Professors/Faculty Fellows and receive up to $67,000 in funding. / Due November 13, 2019

 

  • Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Dissertation Fellowships in Buddhist Studies: The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Dissertation Fellowships in Buddhist Studies provide one-year stipends of $30,000 to PhD candidates for full time preparation of dissertations.  The fellowship period may be used for fieldwork, archival research, analysis of findings, or for writing after research is complete. Dissertations must make a contribution to Buddhist studies and be written in English. There are no restrictions as to the location of work proposed, or the citizenship/residence of applicants. / Due November 13, 2019

 

  • Program in Law and Public Affairs (LAPA): The Program in Law and Public Affairs (LAPA) invites outstanding faculty members of any discipline, independent scholars, lawyers, and judges to apply for residential fellowships of 10 months at Princeton University. LAPA Fellows devote the major portion of their time to their own research and writing on law-related subjects of empirical, interpretive, doctrinal and/or normative significance. All applicants must have received a doctorate, juris doctor, or an equivalent professional degree at the time of submission of the fellowship application. / Due November 13, 2019

 

  • Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowships in Buddhist Studies: The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowships in Buddhist Studies provide two years of funding to recent recipients of the PhD for residence at a university for the purpose of revising the dissertation into a publishable manuscript or for beginning the first new project after completion of the PhD degree. The fellowship includes a stipend of $55,000 and aims to help postdoctoral fellows start an academic career in Buddhist studies. There are no restrictions as to residence or citizenship, or as to the location of research. / Due November 13, 2019

 

  • Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Research Fellowships in Buddhist Studies: Research fellowships offer support for research and writing in Buddhist studies for scholars who hold a PhD degree, with no restrictions on time from the PhD. These fellowships provide scholars time free from teaching and other responsibilities to devote full-time to research and writing on the project proposed. The fellowship period may last up to nine months, during which time no teaching, commissioned research on other topics, or administrative duties are allowed. A stipend of up to $70,000 is provided over the course of 9 months and there are no restrictions as to the location of the work conducted. / Due November 13, 2019

 

  • Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program: The Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program provides a unique professional development opportunity for accomplished K-12 educators in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to serve in the national education arena. Fellows spend 11 months working in a Federal agency or in a U.S. Congressional office, bringing their extensive knowledge and experience in the classroom to education program and/or education policy efforts. Einstein Fellows receive a monthly stipend of $6,000 plus a $1,000 housing allowance. Minimum 5 years full-time classroom teaching experience in STEM subjects required. / Due November 14, 2019

 

  • DOE Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) Program: The SCGSR program provides supplemental awards to outstanding U.S. graduate students to pursue part of their graduate thesis research at a Department of Energy (DOE) laboratory in areas that address scientific challenges central to the Office of Science mission. The award period for the proposed research project at DOE laboratories may range from 3 to 12 consecutive months. Awardees are eligible to receive a monthly stipend in the amount of up to $3,000. Applicants must be U.S. Citizens or Permanent Resident Aliens. / Due November 14, 2019

 

  • Alfa Fellowship Program: A distinguished international initiative that each year offers up to 18 accomplished young Americans and Britons and three Germans the opportunity to complete a high-level professional development program in Russia. Fellows complete work placements at leading institutions, attend professional seminars, and receive intensive language training. Fellows receive a monthly stipend, language training, program-related travel costs, housing and insurance. Russian proficiency is preferred; qualified candidates with fluency in another second language may be considered. / Due November 15, 2019

 

  • Bellagio Residency Program: Practitioners: The Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center’s mission is to promote innovation and identify impact-oriented solutions to critical global problems. The Center offers residencies in Italy to policymakers, nonprofit leaders, journalists, and public advocates in fields and institutions relevant to the Rockefeller Foundation’s work and its current issue areas of Advance Health, Revalue Ecosystems, Secure Livelihoods, and Transform Cities. We seek practitioner applicants with demonstrated leadership qualities. Room and board are provided to all residents and their spouses/partners. Residencies last between 2-4 weeks. / Due November 15, 2019

 

  • University of Colorado Fully Funded PhD Program in Education: The University of Colorado offers several fully funded PhD programs in Education. Program options include: curriculum & instruction, educational equity & cultural diversity, educational foundations, policy & practice, learning sciences & human development, and research & evaluation methodology. Students from all programs will have access to CU’s resources and other departments to encourage multidisciplinary research projects and new ideas for shaping education. All PhD students are funded through stipends and research assistantships which also further prepare students for their careers. / Due November 15, 2019

 

  • Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics Fellowship-In-Residence: The Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University invites applications from a broad range of researchers and practitioners who will work over the course of the year on pressing issues in ethics. Faculty in arts and sciences and professional schools, postdoctoral scholars, practitioners, and researchers from industry, government, and NGOs are eligible to apply. The theme of this year’s fellowship is political economy and justice, scholars whose work is aligned with this theme will be given first priority. The Fellowship-in-Residence Program runs the course of the academic year and citizens of any nation are welcome to apply. / Due November 15, 2019

 

  • AAUW Career Development Grants: Career Development Grants provide funding to women who hold a bachelor’s degree and are preparing to advance or change careers or reenter the workforce. Primary consideration is given to women of color and women pursuing their first advanced degree or credentials in nontraditional fields. Grants of $2K – $12K provide support for course work beyond a bachelor’s degree, including a master’s degree, second bachelor’s degree, certification program, or specialized training in technical or professional fields at an accredited U.S. university. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. / Due November 15, 2019

 

  • Neukom Fellows at Dartmouth College: Neukom Fellows are interdisciplinary positions for recent PhDs, DMAs, or MFAs whose research interests or practice cuts across traditional disciplinary boundaries, and has some computational component, whether it be a framing concept for intellectual exploration or an explicit part of the work that is pursued. Fellows will be mentored by faculty in two departments at Dartmouth College, take up residence in one department, and will teach one seminar course each year on a subject of their interest. The fellowship is for 2 years with options to renew for a third and the stipend is $60,000/year plus additional research resources. / Due November 15, 2019

 

  • Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships: The Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships support the final year of dissertation writing on ethical and religious values in all fields of the humanities and social sciences. Awards are based on a rigorous national competition, with at least 22 winners who receive a stipend of $25,000. These fellowships are supported by the Newcombe Foundation and are administered by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation of Princeton, NJ. Through its various fellowship programs, the Woodrow Wilson Foundation works to identify and prepare the next generation’s best minds for the nation’s most urgent needs. / Due November 15, 2019

 

  • Career Bridging Grants: The Technical University of Darmstadt in Germany is offering financial support (between 1.800 € and 2.100 €)  for up-to 12 months during transition phases (PhD to postdoc, postdoc to postdoc, and postdoc to junior research group leader). Eligible applicants are those who are studying at TU Darmstadt and want to continue at the University, those studying from external institutions, and those who are studying at TU Darmstadt and want to study and work at an external institution. Candidates will be judged based on scientific excellence (publications, awards and scholarships), scientific quality of planned research project, determination of young researcher and chances of success of external funding acquisition. / Due November 15, 2019

 

  • AAUW International Fellowships: AAUW International Fellowships are awarded for full-time study or research to women who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Fellowships support graduate or postgraduate studies at accredited institutions. Recipients are selected for academic achievement and demonstrated commitment to women and girls. The overwhelming majority return to their home countries to become leaders in government, academia, community activism, the arts, and science. Applicants must have citizenship in a country other than the United States (dual citizenship is not allowed). / Due November 15, 2019

 

  • Cultural Vistas Fellowship: The Cultural Vistas Fellowship provides up to 15 U.S. university students the opportunity to enrich their academic learning through professional internship and immersion experiences in Argentina, Germany or India. It includes a 6-week virtual seminar, 8-week internships abroad, orientation and reentry seminars in NYC, and post-program service projects. The fellowship awards covers the cost of travel, housing and emergency medical insurance. Strong preference will be given to students historically underrepresented in international exchange. / Due November 15, 2019

 

  • Bellagio Residency Program: Academic Writing: The Bellagio Residency program in Italy offers researchers in the humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, and other academic disciplines a serene setting conducive to focused, goal-oriented work. Residencies last between 2-4 weeks. The Center has a strong interest in proposals that align with the Foundation’s work to expand opportunities and to strengthen resilience for poor or vulnerable people, in particular projects relevant to the Foundation’s core issue areas: Advance Health, Revalue Ecosystems, Secure Livelihoods, and Transform Cities. Room and board are provided to all residents and their spouses/partners. / Due November 15, 2019

 

  • Holocaust Studies Visiting Scholar Fellowship: The Mandel Center at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum awards fellowships to candidates working on their dissertations, postdoctoral researchers, and senior scholars. Proposals from scholars in all relevant academic disciplines related to the Holocaust will be considered. Individual awards generally range up to eight consecutive months of residency; a minimum of three consecutive months is required. Stipends range up to $3,700 per month for the purpose of defraying local housing and other miscellaneous living expenses while conducting research in Washington, DC. The Mandel Center is able to provide visa assistance to fellows and their dependents, if necessary. / Due November 15, 2019

 

  • Amelia Earhart Fellowship: Established in 1938 in honor of famed pilot and Zontian, Amelia Earhart, The Amelia Earhart Fellowship is awarded annually to women pursuing PhD/doctoral degrees in aerospace-related sciences and aerospace-related engineering. The Fellowship of US$10,000, awarded to 35 Fellows around the globe each year, may be used at any university or college offering accredited post-graduate courses and degrees in these fields. Open to women of any nationality. / Due November 15, 2019

 

  • Elizabeth Munsterberg Koppitz Child Psychology Graduate Student Fellowship: The Elizabeth Munsterberg Koppitz Fellowship program supports graduate research projects and scholarships in child psychology. The program seeks to nurture excellent young scholars for careers in areas of psychology, such as child-clinical, pediatric, school, educational and developmental psychopathology. Fellowships are for 1 year and include a $25,000 stipend from the APF and a tuition waiver from the student’s home institution. Applicants of any citizenship can apply but students must be enrolled in a PhD program at a university in the U.S. or Canada. / Due November 15, 2019

 

  • Bellagio Residency Program: Arts and Literary Arts: The Bellagio Arts & Literary Arts residency in Italy is for composers, fiction and non-fiction writers, playwrights, poets, video/filmmakers, and visual artists who share in the Foundation’s mission of promoting the well-being of humankind and whose work is inspired by or relates to global or social issues. The residency is for artists seeking time for disciplined work, reflection, and collegial engagement. The Center typically offers stays of 2-4 weeks long, in a community of 15 fellows that typically includes 3-5 arts resident fellows. Artists of significant achievement from any country are welcome to apply. / Due November 15, 2019

 

  • Sketch Model: Olin College Creative Residency: Olin College of Engineering hosts a creative residency program, an initiative that’s part of Sketch Model, supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, to bring artists and other creative practitioners to Olin’s campus to awaken the political and cultural contexts for technology. The residency is a one-year opportunity for early, mid-, and late-career practitioners and/or scholars in the arts or humanities to carry out independent projects, collaborative engagement with students and faculty, and campus-wide events. Practitioners can come from the fine arts, design and architecture, craft, music, theatrical or dance performance, film, writing, new media, and the many hybrid forms of socially engaged and durational practices in contemporary global culture. The stipend for the year is $75,000. / Due November 15, 2019

 

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