Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: November 24 – December 7, 2019

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There are many opportunities for journalists in this week’s list.

You’ve got 8 weeks to apply! There are many fully-funded Ph.D. fellowships represented in this list, including options in pharmacology, physics, economics, education, and the biological sciences. Other opportunities include fellowships for professionals in journalism, the arts, and education. Apply now!

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Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: November 24 – December 7, 2019

 

  • University of Toronto Fully Funded PhD Programs in Public Health: The University of Toronto offers fully funded PhD Programs in Public Health. There are 4 PhDs offered including: biostatistics, epidemiology, occupational & environmental health, and social & behavioral health sciences. All tracks include core courses to build a solid foundation in public health understanding and philosophy before diving deeper into the specialization. Collaboration in the Dalla Lana School of Public Health is encouraged and students will also have access to the faculty and resources of the University of Toronto. Students are fully funded through tuition waivers and a living stipend. / Due November 25, 2019

 

  • Study Scholarships for Foreign Graduates in the Fields of Fine Art, Design/Visual Communication and Film: DAAD scholarships offer graduates the opportunity to continue their education in Germany with a postgraduate or continuing course of study. Foreign applicants who have gained a first university degree in the fields of Fine Art, Design/Visual Communication and Film are eligible. In this study programme, you can complete: a Master’s degree/postgraduate degree leading to a final qualification, or a complementary course that does not lead to a final qualification at a state or state-recognised German university of your choice (not an undergraduate course). If you are not a citizen of the United States or Canada, it is usually required that your last degree was obtained in the US/Canada, or you will have received a degree here before your scholarship starts. / Due November 30, 2019

 

  • OSU Fully Funded PhD Program in Physics: Ohio State University (OSU) offers a fully funded PhD Program in Physics. In the PhD program, the first year and some of the second year are spent studying course work. These courses are designed to strengthen and extend knowledge of the theoretical foundations of physics and to introduce students to areas of current interest in the field. After the first year students choose a research advisor and a specific field within physics on which to write their thesis. From this point on research will be independent with help from the research advisor. PhD students receive a tuition waiver and a stipend, allowing them to focus on their research. / Due November 30, 2019

 

  • AAUW Selected Professions Fellowships: AAUW Selected Professions Fellowships provide opportunities for women to pursue graduate and first-professional degrees in architecture, computer and information sciences, engineering, and mathematics, fields where women traditionally have been underrepresented and where the employment outlook and earnings potential are strong. To address the underrepresentation of women of color in promising professions and encourage cultural diversity in these areas, fellowships in business administration, law, and medicine are also available, but only to women of color. Recipients must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • UCLA Fully Funded PhD in Molecular Pharmacology: The Molecular Pharmacology PhD in Diagnostics, Therapeutics and Biology of Disease is a part of the broader UCLA graduate programs in bioscience. This interdepartmental “Home Area” provides beginning PhD students with training in basic and clinical research and provides them with a foundational knowledge of biological systems and disease states. Students are supported throughout their studies through fully funded packages that allow them to focus on their research. These fully funded packages include a full payment of tuition, fees and health insurance and also include a stipend. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • University of Pennsylvania Fully Funded PhD in Pharmacology: The University of Pennsylvania provides full funding for PhD students in Pharmacology. Most students spend two pre-thesis years in coursework, laboratory rotations, seminars, journal clubs and related activities. Advisors help students tailor a degree program to their interests and select a focus in several pharmacological fields including pharmacogenetics and cell signaling. All PGG students maintaining satisfactory academic progress receive financial support until they have completed all PhD requirements. This includes a twelve-month stipend of $32,000 plus tuition, fees, and health insurance. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Harvard University Fully Funded PhD in Education: Harvard offers a fully funded PhD program in Education. PhD candidates will enjoy unrestricted access to collaborate with scholars across all Harvard graduate schools on original interdisciplinary research. Guided by the goal of having a transformative impact on education research, policy, and practice, graduates focus their independent research in various domains, including human development, learning and teaching, policy analysis and evaluation, institutions and society, and instructional practice. PhD students receive full financial support including tuition, health fees, and a stipend for basic living expenses. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Columbia University Fully Funded PhD Program in Environmental Health Sciences: Columbia University offers a fully funded PhD program in Environmental Health Sciences. Doctoral students acquire an understanding of the application of modern scientific methods and techniques to solve problems related to how environmental exposures affect human health. There are 4 PhD tracks: 1) Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology, 2) Environmental Epigenetics and Molecular Mechanisms, 3) Environmental Prevention and Mitigation, and 4) Climate and Health. After selecting a track students conduct independent research under a committee of advisors. All PhD students receive full tuition, a stipend, and health insurance coverage. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Horowitz Foundation Grants for Social Policy: The Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy supports emerging scholars as they work on projects that address contemporary issues in the social sciences. The foundation supports projects with a social policy application on either a global or local level. Grants are worth a total of $7,500; $5,000 is awarded initially and $2,500 upon completion of the project. Applicants must be current PhD candidates who are working on a department-approved dissertation. Applicants can be from any country and any university in the world. US citizenship or residency is not required. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • AAUW Research Publication Grant in Engineering, Medicine, and Science: AAUW’s Research Publication Grant in Engineering, Medicine, and Science funds women conducting research for a project that will culminate in a scholarly scientific publication. The grantee must plan to publish this research in a scholarly scientific publication within six months of the end of the grant year and be listed as the sole author, senior author, first author, or an author of equivalent significance. Applicants must be women who hold a doctorate degree in engineering, medicine, or the physical or biological sciences. The award amount will range from $10,000-$35,000. The grant year will run from July 1 to June 30. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Dean’s Fellowship Program: The Curry School of Education and Human Development’s Dean’s Fellowship Program is funded by UVA’s Strategic Investment Fund to provide increased financial support for top Ph.D. applicants. All Dean’s Fellows will receive full coverage of four years of tuition and fees; health insurance; $32,000 for each year of study, and more. All full-time, on-grounds Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) applicants in the Curry School of Education and Human Development are eligible and automatically considered for the fellowship. A select number of fellowships are distributed each year, depending on the applicant pool and other variables. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Nieman-Berkman Fellowship in Journalism Innovation: The Nieman-Berkman Fellowship in Journalism Innovation brings individuals to Harvard University to work on a specific course of research or a specific project relating to journalism innovation. Proposals from Nieman-Berkman Fellowship candidates may deal with any issue relating to journalism’s digital transformation. The fellowship is open to both U.S. and international applicants. Candidates should either be working journalists or work for a news organization in a business, technology, or leadership capacity. Freelance journalists are welcome to apply. Most Nieman Fellows receive a stipend of $65,000 paid over a 9-month period. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Bronfman Youth Fellowships: Every year, 26 outstanding North American teenagers are selected as Bronfman Fellows. The highlight of the Fellowship is a five week, all expense-paid summer fellowship in Israel. The Fellowship year continues with seminars in December and March in New York. High School Juniors, who identify as being Jewish, from the United States and Canada who will be 16 by July are eligible for the fellowship. The fellowships cover round-trip transportation between New York and Israel, educational programming, and room, board and travel while in Israel. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • East-West Center Graduate Degree Fellowship Program: East-West Center Graduate Degree Fellowship Program provides funding for graduate and doctoral students to participate in residential, educational, research and leadership development programs at the East-West Center while pursuing a graduate degree at the University of Hawai‘i. The program links advanced and interdisciplinary analysis of emergent regional issues with experiential leadership learning. Citizens or permanent residents of the United States or countries in the Pacific and Asia, including Russia, are eligible. Provides tuition and fees, accommodation, health insurance, book allowance, and partial living stipend. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Postdoctoral Fellowship in Food Security and the Environment: Stanford University’s Center on Food Security and the Environment addresses critical global issues of hunger, poverty and environmental degradation by generating vital knowledge and policy-relevant solutions. The FSE postdoc will be awarded to promising young scholars with a demonstrated ability to do innovative and rigorous work related to global hunger, poverty alleviation, and environmental degradation. Successful candidates will be expected to lead projects of their own design, while also interacting with other faculty and students at FSE. The position is for one year, at a competitive annual salary and benefits package. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Fulbright Schuman International Educator Grants: Grants are available for professionals in international education administration from European universities to research at a U.S. institution within a field that would be mutually beneficial to both the institutions. Research projects should provide a comparative U.S.-EU perspective on global issues within international higher education and/or share best practices within the field. Proficiency in English is required. Stipends of 3k euro/month (in a dollar equivalent) are provided as well as a 2k travel grant and a J-1 visa sponsorship. Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree with 3 years of experience in international education is required. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • USC Fully Funded PhD in Molecular Pharmacology and Toxicology: The University of Southern California provides fully funded packages to PhD students in Molecular Pharmacology and Toxicology (MPTX). The MPTX track provides training in molecular mechanisms of disease as well as disease and drug interaction. Coursework emphasizes cell biology and molecular pharmacology. Research areas are laboratory based and include molecular and neuro-pharmacology, receptor pharmacology, cancer biology and pharmacology, metabolism and biochemistry, and oxidant toxicology. All students accepted into the program are provided with financial aid including tuition remission, health insurance and a stipend of $36,000 per year. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Yale University Fully Funded PhD in Pharmacology: Yale University offers fully funded PhD programs in Pharmacology. The Department of Pharmacology offers integrated and interdisciplinary opportunities for graduate study under the Program in Biological and Biomedical Sciences (BBS). Students entering the BBS program can take courses, participate in laboratory rotations, and perform thesis research with any of the more than 200 faculty members in the biological sciences at Yale. The program of study will emphasize an integrated view of pharmacology and disease built upon a rigorous foundation of basic sciences. PhD students receive full tuition payment and a stipend of $30,000 per year. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • NEH-Hagley Postdoctoral Fellowship on Business, Culture, and Society: An in-residence postdoctoral fellowship at the Hagley research library to perform historical research on business and its impact on the world. Scholars can connect their research to other topics in the humanities and social sciences to explain the impact business has had on them and all of the library’s resources will be available for the fellow to aid their research. Fellows must be U.S. citizens or a foreign nationals who have lived in the U.S. for at least 3 years. The fellowships are for either 4 or 8 months and include lodging, a stipend of $4,200/month and an office space. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Harvard University Fully Funded PhD Program in Biological Sciences in Public Health: Harvard University offers a fully funded PhD program in Biological Sciences in Public Health. PhD students will gain expertise in the prevention and treatment of diseases that affect thousands—even millions—of people. Working with leading public health scientists, fellows will learn both mechanistic and quantitative approaches to biomedical research, while specializing in one of four areas of investigation: the metabolic basis of health and disease, immunology and infectious diseases, gene-environment interactions,  or inflammation and stress responses. All accepted students are fully funded and receive tuition, insurance and a stipend. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • AAUW Community Action Grants: Community Action Grants provide funds to individuals, AAUW branches, and AAUW state organizations as well as local community-based nonprofit organizations for innovative programs or non-degree research projects that promote education and equity for women and girls. Grant projects must have direct public impact, be nonpartisan, and take place within the United States or its territories. Special consideration is given to projects focused on K–12 and community college girls’ and women’s achievements in science, technology, engineering, or math. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • University Summer Course Grant: This program provides scholarships to attend a broad range of 3- to 4-week summer language courses at German universities which focus mainly on German language and literary, cultural, political and economic aspects of modern and contemporary Germany. Extensive extracurricular programs complement and reinforce the core material. Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to apply. A number the University Summer Course Grants are made possible by the DAAD Alumni Association of the US, including one that is specially earmarked for an applicant in the fine arts. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Molecular Genetic Pathology Fellowship: The educational mission of the Molecular Genetic Pathology Fellowship is to train individuals at the fellowship level to become future Laboratory Directors and/or expert consultants to support the growing field of clinical Molecular Genetic Pathology in academic and non-academic settings. Training is typically one year and is tailored to the long-term career interests of the fellow. Additional years of training may be available. Applicants must be board-eligible or board-certified in Pathology or Medical Genetics. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Humane Studies Fellowships: The Humane Studies Fellowship is a non-residency fellowship program that awards $2,000-$15,000 per year to each participant, and provides individual advising and a support network to foster academic success. The fellowship is open to full-time graduate students (including law students) from accredited universities anywhere in the world with research interests related to liberty in society, who are relating their work to the humanities (even if the core discipline falls outside the humanities) and dedicated to advancing the ideas of liberty through research and teaching. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • NYU Steinhardt Fully Funded PhD Program in Education: NYU Steinhardt offers fully funded programs for a PhD program in Education. The university offers 21 different PhD programs in education and awards packages covering the full payment of tuition and a yearly living stipend of $26,000. Students are mentored by a scholarly and supportive community dedicated to the art and science of pedagogy. All PhDs go through core courses and then select a concentration on which to write their dissertation. Students will work closely with a research advisor as they complete their dissertation and will have access to NYU’s resources as they research their thesis. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • University of Michigan Fully Funded PhD Program in Computer Science: The University of Michigan offers a fully funded PhD program in Computer Science. All students start their PhD with coursework in Computer Science and Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering. After 2 years of foundational learning, students decide on a focus for their research and complete their thesis under research advisors. All students in Computer Science will have access to any department in the engineering school and multidisciplinary collaboration is encouraged. Students are fully funded through a fellowship, research assistantship, or a teaching assistantship offered by the program. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Drexel Fund Founders Program: The Drexel Fund offers a paid fellowship to innovative leaders with a strong desire and plan to launch high-quality, private schools for low-income children. The fellowship includes leadership coaching, cohort trainings and school launch support. Founders receive a living stipend and a budget for their individual learning plans during a one-year fellowship that culminates in founders requesting school start-up funding. Fellows with approved program plans will receive financial resources while starting the school as they grow full capacity. Successful schools will also be eligible for more funding to expand the school model. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • AHA Allan Martin Award: The Allan Martin Award is a research fellowship intended to assist early-career historians further their research in Australian history. Each year, funding of up to $4000 is awarded to assist towards the expenses of a research trip undertaken in support of a project in Australian history. The research may be undertaken in Australia or overseas. The award is available to all early-career historians who have been awarded their PhD within the last 5 years, whether academic, professional, or public historians working in museums, war memorials and other institutions. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Bloomberg Fellows Program: John’s Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is inviting individuals to work towards a fully-funded MPH or DrPH degree in the fields of: Addiction and Overdose, Environmental Challenges, Obesity and the Food System, Risks to Adolescent Health and Violence. The Bloomberg Fellows must apply with the organizations for which they work and may study as full-time or part-time students. Upon completion of the academic program, fellows will work for their organization for one year. Check website for application deadlines as the process is different for the MPH program and the DrPH program. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  •  KSTF Teaching Fellowships: KSTF Science and Mathematics Teaching Fellows are chosen from among individuals who have earned or are in the process of earning a degree in science, mathematics or engineering from a recognized institution of higher education. Fellowships are offered for individuals committed to teaching high school mathematics, physical sciences or biological sciences. Fellowship benefits encompass comprehensive financial resources including tuition assistance, monthly stipends, and teaching materials and leadership grants, and extensive summer and academic year professional development. The KSTF Teaching Fellowship is a five-year program divided into three phases, with each phase building on the next. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies Fellowships: The Program supports North American scholars in all social science and humanities disciplines, including historians working on modern and contemporary German and European history. Applicants must be U.S. or Canadian nationals or permanent residents who are either full-time graduate students who have completed all coursework required for a Ph.D. or have received their doctorates within the past two calendar years. Awards provide between 10 and 12 months of research support and a generous travel allowance for intra-European research. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals (CBYX): A full-year, reciprocal work-study fellowship providing 75 Americans, age 18-24, with an understanding of everyday life, education, & professional training in Germany. Includes RT transatlantic flight, university tuition, language training, living stipend, & program-related travel costs in Germany: 2 months language training in Germany, 4 months of study at German university, and a 5 month internship in a German-speaking work environment. Also Accommodation in a German home/student residence, seminars, in-country support during program & health & accident insurance. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Knight-Wallace Fellowship: The Knight-Wallace Fellowships offer accomplished journalists from all facets of the profession an academic year of study and collaborative learning at the University of Michigan.  Reporters, editors, data experts, designers and entrepreneurs from the U.S. and abroad expand their knowledge, develop new ideas, pilot special programs and address the challenges facing the journalism industry.  Our fellows devise a personalized study plan and participate in twice-weekly seminars. Extensive travel is a core component of the Knight-Wallace experience, with news tours to Brazil and South Korea. Stipends of $75,000 for U.S. fellows (varied for international fellows). / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • D. Kim Foundation Fellowships: The D. Kim Foundation provides fellowships and grants to support graduate students and young scholars who are working in the history of science and technology in East Asia from the beginning of the 20th century, regardless of their nationality, origins, or gender. Comparative studies of East Asia and the West as well as studies in related fields (mathematics, medicine and public health) are also welcome. One postdoctoral fellowship (up to $55,000) will be awarded annually, and 1-2 fellowships (up to $25,000 each) will be awarded to Ph.D candidates who are writing their dissertations; Travel grants ($2500) are also available. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • University of California Irvine Fully Funded PhD Program in Education: UC Irvine offers a fully funded PhD program in Education. Students receive quality mentoring, relevant coursework and opportunities for research apprenticeships on major projects. The program consists of basic coursework forming a strong foundation for all students before they select a specialization in learning, teaching, cognition and development (LTCD), educational policy and social context (EPSC), or language, literacy and technology (LTT). After selecting a specialization, students conduct independent research under an advisor. All accepted students receive payment of tuition and fees, health insurance and a living stipend. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Harvard University Fully Funded PhD Program in Economics: Harvard offers a fully funded PhD Program in Economics. Economics students are expected to have a base understanding of economics and mathematics, but a major or master’s in economics is not required. There are many disciplines students can focus on for their doctoral research including: environmental economics, economic growth and development, monetary and fiscal policy, international economics, law and economics, behavioral economics, labor economics, and economic history. Collaboration between Harvard’s different departments is encouraged and students are provided with tuition and a stipend throughout their course of study. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Woodrow Wilson School Fully Funded MPP/MPA Programs: The Woodrow Wilson School offers a one-year Master in Public Policy (MPP) degree for mid-career professionals who are rising leaders in international and domestic public policy. The School also offers a Master in Public Affairs (MPA). The Wilson School aims to enable graduate students to earn a graduate degree without incurring debt, thereby making it more feasible to pursue careers of public service in the public and nonprofit sectors. Unless applicants receive outside scholarships from governmental or other funding agencies, the School will offer each candidate a full scholarship for tuition and a need-based stipend to cover living expenses. Stipends are offered on the basis of each individual and family. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Stanford Vascular Medicine Fellowship: The Stanford Vascular Medicine fellowship is a multidisciplinary program with the goal of producing vascular medicine specialists with expertise in the diagnosis and non-invasive treatment of a wide spectrum of arterial, venous and lymphatic diseases. This non-ACGME accredited 1-year fellowship is for fellows who have finished at minimum a 3-year internal medicine residency and wishes to expand their expertise in vascular medicine. The clinical training will mainly occur in multiple outpatient specialty clinics. Certain rotations will occur in block rotations, but many of the continuity clinics will be spread throughout multiple weeks. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Montgomery County Council Summer Fellows Program: The Montgomery County Council’s ten-week Summer Fellows Program is a unique opportunity that enables graduate students between their first and second year of study to gain real-world experience across multiple fields. The program enables participants to work directly with decision makers on ongoing projects, policy analyses and self-selected research projects. Participants can expect to interact directly with elected officials, senior management staff, and depending on placement, local civic organizations, advocacy groups and business leaders. Fellows receive a stipend of $7,000 for the program. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Wallace Stegner Fellowship: The Wallace Stegner Fellowship at Stanford University provides 10 two-year professional fellowships annually: 5 fellowships in fiction writing and 5 fellowships in poetry writing. Fellows meet weekly in a 3 hour class with teachers, but do not need to meet any curricular demands except for attending workshops. The Fellowship does not offer a degree. Candidates must demonstrate the quality of their creative work, their willingness to develop their skills, and their capacity to expand their expertise. Fellowships receive a stipend of $26,000 annually and Stanford University pays educational costs and medical health insurance. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Fellowship: The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Fellowship Program provides recent PhD recipients and ABDs with opportunities to conduct research in Japan under the leadership of a host researcher. Fellows are encouraged to advance their own research and at the same time closely collaborate with young Japanese researchers and contribute to Japanese research communities. Applications are welcome from all social science and humanities disciplines and need not be explicitly related to the study of Japan. Projects propose a single, continuous stay in Japan from 1-12 months (short-term) or 1-2 years (long-term). / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • CJH/NEH Fellowship for Senior Scholars: The Center for Jewish History (CJH) offers a fellowship to senior 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 PhD more than six years prior to the start of the fellowship. Full fellowships carry a stipend of up to $50,400 for a period of one year. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • Cornell University Fully Funded PhD in Chemical Engineering: Cornell University offers a fully funded PhD program in Chemical Engineering. The program is designed to be a flexible research-oriented degree and students will have access to any department or faculty member with similar interests. There 5 specialization options that are all guided by special committees: biomolecular engineering, complex fluids and polymers, computational and systems biology, nanoscale electronics, photonics and materials processing, and sustainable energy systems. Accepted students receive full funding which includes a stipend, a full tuition award, and health insurance. / Due December 1, 2019

 

  • EDF Climate Corps Fellows: EDF Climate Corps seeks top graduate students studying business, engineering, sustainability, environmental management, public policy, or other relevant degrees, who are eligible to work in the United States. Over the course of 10-12 weeks, EDF Climate Corps fellows are embedded within leading organizations to identify customized energy management solutions. Fellows are paid $1,250/week and reimbursed for travel expenses to the May training and fall Energy Solutions Exchange (network) event. / Due December 2, 2019

 

  • Strategic Data Project Fellowship: The Strategic Data Project Fellowship (SDP) is a paid two-year program at Harvard University that places and develops talented data strategists in partner agencies where they can have an immediate impact on policy decisions that affect student outcomes. Fellows receive a rich complement of professional development designed to boost skills and knowledge in three key areas: measurement and analysis, leadership and change management, and education policy. Requirements include an advanced degree (Master’s level or higher), strong quantitative / analytic skills, 3+ years of work experience, and a demonstrated passion for education reform. / Due December 2, 2019

 

  • University of Minnesota Fully Funded PhD in Pharmacology: The University of Minnesota offers fully funded PhD programs in Pharmacology. The on-site, full-time degree programs include lab rotations to build practical experience in several fields within pharmacology including: cancer and infectious disease, neuropharmacology and neurodegeneration, cell signaling and drug addiction and toxicology. After selecting a research advisor, students will spend the bulk of their graduate training in their advisor’s laboratory. All students in the PhD program hold research assistantships that include payment of tuition and fees, a stipend and health insurance. / Due December 2, 2019

 

  • University of Toronto Fully Funded PhD Program in Computer Science: The University of Toronto offers a fully funded PhD program in Computer Science. Students begin by going through the master’s program coursework to build a solid understanding of Computer Science and then decide on a research area to focus on. There are 14 research areas to choose from including options in artificial intelligence, data science and informatics. Once a research focus is decided, PhD students conduct independent research under a research advisor in their specified field of study. Students are provided with full financial support throughout their course of study including tuition payment and a stipend. / Due December 2, 2019

 

  • Presidential Scholars in Society and Neuroscience: Columbia University offers three interdisciplinary postdoctoral positions in the Presidential Scholars in Society and Neuroscience program for researchers who have earned the doctorate, or its equivalent, in (1) a humanities, arts, or social science discipline and who have extensive acquaintance with, and critical understanding of neuroscience research; OR (2) neuroscience or a related discipline in the natural sciences and who have extensive acquaintance with, and critical understanding of, another discipline in the arts, humanities, or social sciences. The appointments are three years, $80,000/year. / Due December 2, 2019

 

  • APSA Congressional Fellowship Program for Communications Scholars and Journalists: This fellowship gives early-to mid-career scholars and journalists an opportunity to learn about Congress and the legislative process. Ideal candidates should have an analytical interest in politics, communications, and public policy, and show promise of making a significant contribution to the public’s understanding of the political process. Scholars must have a PhD. Broadcast and print journalists must have a bachelor’s and 2-10 years full-time work experience. The fellowship is for 9 months. Fellows receive a stipend of $38,000 and a travel allowance. / Due December 3, 2019

 

  • Bacon Environmental Fellowship: The Louis Bacon Environmental Leadership Program connects fellows with highly accomplished national & international leaders, providing them with the skills to foster sustainable environmental impact, build cross-sector partnerships to accomplish key goals, and inspire new ideas and innovative change to safeguard natural resources & promote a healthy global ecosystem. Fellows must apply to the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS applications are due before Program applications – check the website). Covers scholarship & health fees for 2 years while pursuing a Master’s plus a living stipend up to $10K/year. / Due December 3, 2013

 

  • APSA Congressional Fellowship Program for Political Scientists: The fellowship gives early to mid-career political scientists an opportunity to learn more about Congress and the legislative process. A comprehensive orientation begins each year in November. Office assignments as full-time legislative aides in the House of Representatives and/or Senate run from December to August. Candidates must have a PhD completed within the last 15 years or a dissertation near completion, and a scholarly interest in Congress and the policymaking process. Fellows receive a stipend of $38,000, plus a small travel allowance. / Due December 3, 2019

 

  • Dubin Fellows Program for Emerging Leaders: Dubin Fellows are entering master’s degree students at Harvard Kennedy School who have demonstrated strong character, academic excellence, the ability to thrive and lead in the face of adversity, and a commitment to making a transformative impact on the communities they serve. Fellows are awarded tuition and health fees for up to 2 years while studying their master’s and summer stipends are available to pursue summer internships or leadership development courses. Open to domestic and international students entering their first year at HKS. / Due December 3, 2019

 

  • Fellowship for Serving African-American Communities: The Fellowship for Serving African-American Communities at Harvard Kennedy School brings together diverse and talented emerging leaders based on their demonstrated leadership promise and demonstrated interest in reducing disparities in African-American communities through efforts in health care, education, economic development, public policy, criminal justice reform, social entrepreneurship, and a variety of other fields. Fellows are awarded a full tuition scholarship and health fees and are eligible for a stipend up to $10K. This fellowship is open to applicants entering their first year of study in any of the Harvard Kennedy School’s masters’ degree programs. / Due December 3, 2019

 

  • Science, Mathematics and Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship for Service Program: The Science, Mathematics And Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship for Service Program is an opportunity for students pursuing an undergraduate, graduate or doctoral degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines to receive a full scholarship and be gainfully employed upon degree completion at the U.S. Department of Defense. Includes full tuition and a stipend of $25K – $38K, and other benefits. Undergraduate applicants must be currently enrolled in a U.S. college or university. Graduate applicants can be either currently enrolled in a U.S. university or awaiting notification of admission. / Due December 3, 2019

 

  • Emirates Leadership Initiative Fellowship: The Emirates Leadership Initiative (ELI) Fellowship is open to all admitted degree program students at Harvard Kennedy School hailing from the United Arab Emirates and other countries within the Arab League. Applicants will be considered based on their demonstrated interest in developing their leadership and public management skills in the United Arab Emirates and in Arab League countries. Successful candidates demonstrate excellent academic credentials, a deep commitment to public service, and strong leadership potential in the Middle East. Full tuition, stipend and health fees provided for 2 years. / Due December 3, 2019

 

  • Wexner Israel Fellowship: The Wexner Foundation annually supports up to 10 Israeli government and public service professionals as they pursue a one-year Mid-Career Master’s Degree in Public Administration from HKS with the goal of providing Israel’s next generation of public leaders with superlative training. The Wexner Foundation supplements the Fellow’s academic curriculum with weekly seminars and institutes devoted to the exploration of professional and personal development, public service and partnerships, and engagement with the North American Jewish community. Fellowship includes all tuition and fees, living and travel stipends and leadership training courses. / Due December 3, 2019

 

  • U.S. Latino Leadership Fellowship: The U.S. Latino Leadership Fellowship is a game-changing opportunity for practitioners, scholars, and activists ready to lead the transformation of U.S. Latino and other underserved communities. The fellowship aims to create sustainable changes and innovative ideas to revolutionize local and national policies toward these communities while also giving the fellow networking opportunities and leadership training. The fellowship is open to all Harvard Kennedy School graduate degree programs and includes full tuition, health insurance and a $25K/year stipend for the duration of the degree. / Due December 3, 2019

 

  • Gleitsman Leadership Fellowship: The Gleitsman Fellowship sponsors Harvard Kennedy School students who are emerging social activists and innovators who are interested in pursuing a career with transformative impact on society. Gleitsman Fellows will participate in an enriching co-curricular experience designed to enhance their skills and engage their development as the next generation of public leaders. The fellowship is for 2 years and includes tuition and health fees as well as leadership training co-curricular courses. Open to domestic and international applicants entering their first year at HKS. / Due December 3, 2019

 

  • Stanford University Fully Funded PhD Program in Computer Science: Stanford University offers a fully funded PhD program in Computer Science. Students begin by completing 3 breadth requirements in mathematical and theoretical foundations, computer systems and applications to form a foundation in the program. After completing these requirements, students select an advisor and pursue independent research to complete their thesis. Students are encouraged to collaborate with other departments across the university to broaden their research and utilize the Stanford network. All PhD students are fully supported through fellowships, teaching assistantships and research assistantships. / Due December 3, 2019

 

  • Mellon Emerging Faculty Leaders Award: The Mellon Emerging Faculty Leaders Award supports tenure-track junior faculty who have passed their midpoint tenure review—including those from underrepresented groups and others committed to eradicating disparities in their fields—so that they can both engage in and build support systems, networks, and affinity groups that make their fields and campuses more inclusive. The Award offers a $17,500 stipend—$10,000 to be used for summer research support and $7,500 for research assistance during the academic year. Emerging Faculty Leaders may be working in any field of the humanities or social sciences.

 

  • John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford: The John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford foster journalistic innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership. Each year, we select fellows from around the world and bring them together for 10 months (September to June) at Stanford University, in the heart of Silicon Valley. Through individual and group coaching, as well as special workshops and weekly events, we help our fellows become leaders and change agents to reimagine journalism’s future. U.S. applicants for a JSK Fellowship ideally have at least seven years of full-time professional experience; international applicants ideally have at least five years. Fellows receive a stipend of $75,00 and are eligible for child care and other family and educational benefits. / Due December 4, 2019

 

  • Yale World Fellows Program: Our 4-month residential program offers: (1) A cutting-edge global issues curriculum; (2) Individualized skill-building; and (3) Access to prominent thinkers and practitioners. Applications to the Yale World Fellows Program are accepted from across sectors and around the world. Each class of Fellows is a unique group, geographically balanced, and representative of a wide range of professions, talents, and perspectives. Admission is extremely competitive. To be eligible, applicants must be in the mid-career stage (5-20 years work experience), fluent in English and be a citizen of and reside in a country other than the U.S. / Due December 4, 2019

 

  • Pembroke Center Postdoctoral Fellowships: Brown University’s Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women awards one-year residential postdoctoral fellowships to scholars from any field whose research relates to the theme of “The Cultures of Pacifism.” Fellows are required to participate weekly in the Pembroke Seminar, teach one undergraduate course, and pursue individual research. Fellowships are awarded to postdoctoral scholars who have received their degrees from institutions other than Brown within the last five (5) years. The stipend is $50,000 plus $1,500 for research expenses. / Due December 5, 2019

 

  • National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowships: As a means of increasing the number of U.S. citizens and nationals trained in science and engineering disciplines of military importance, the Department of Defense (DoD) plans to award approximately 200 new three-year graduate fellowships. The DoD will offer these fellowships to individuals who have demonstrated the ability and special aptitude for advanced training in science and engineering. National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowships are awarded to applicants who will pursue a doctoral degree in, or closely related to, an area of DoD interest. / Due December 6, 2019

 

  • Research Scholar in Photograph Conservation: Fellowships at The Met are an opportunity for a community of scholars from around the world to use the Museum as a place for exchange, research, and professional advancement. The research scholar in photograph conservation works on-site in the photograph conservation lab of the Sherman Fairchild Center for Works on Paper and Photograph Conservation. The research scholar is expected to have a graduate degree in conservation or equivalent experience and should be completely committed to the conservation of photographs as his or her area of specialization. Fellowships are for a 2-year period and include a stipend of $52,000 per year. / Due December 6, 2019

 

  • National Physical Science Consortium (NPSC) Fellowship: The National Physical Science Consortium (NPSC) offers fellowships to students in the physical sciences and engineering fields, emphasizing recruitment of a diverse applicant pool. Fellowships last for up to six years, provides a $20,000 annual stipend and covers all tuition. This opportunity also allows a fellow to hold a research or teaching assistantship, including one or two paid summer internships with a government agency. A mentor will also be provided. If you have previously interned, have been employed or are employed by a government agency or laboratory, you can ask your mentor or supervisor to directly nominate you for this fellowship. / Due December 6, 2019

 

  • Kluge Fellowship in Digital Studies: The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC seeks proposals from scholars worldwide that will generate deep, empirically-grounded understanding of the consequences of the digital revolution on how people think, how society functions, and on international relations. The fellowship provides a residency up to 11 months with a $4,200 per month stipend. Open to scholars and practitioners worldwide from all disciplines. Ph.D. or other advanced terminal degree strongly preferred. / Due December 6, 2019

 

  • Duke University Fully Funded PhD in Pharmacology and Cancer Biology: Duke University offers fully funded programs to earn a PhD in Pharmacology and Cancer Biology. This interdisciplinary graduate program has particular strengths in the areas of receptor function and cellular signaling mechanisms as targets of drug action, neuropharmacology, metabolism, and the pharmacology of normal and abnormal cell growth.  All students accepted into the program receive financial aid and fully funded packages include a stipend, payment of tuition and fees, and health insurance for their first five years of study. / Due December 6, 2019

 

  • Yenching Scholarship: The Yenching Academy provides a generous graduate scholarship that covers tuition fees, a travel stipend for one round-trip journey between each Scholar’s base city and Beijing, accommodations, and living costs on Peking University’s campus. This specially designed, English-taught program aims to push the study of China beyond the boundaries of traditionally defined Humanities and Social Sciences disciplines. Students from around the world are invited to apply and can choose between many different fields to base their thesis on including: law, economics, international relations, philosophy, literature and history. / Due December 6, 2019

 

  • Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Fellowships: The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation offers a 20-month program in Washington, DC which offers fellows the opportunity to work with congressional members and committees, attend leadership development seminars, complete community service projects and produce policy papers. After mastering these aspects, fellows transition to a congressional committee and learn about the legislative process. The CBCF offers four fellowship programs: the Congressional Fellowship, the Congressional Fellowship on Women in Health Sciences Leadership, Donald M. Payne Foreign Policy Fellowship, and the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Fellowship. Fellows are paid an annual salary plus benefits. / Due December 6, 2019

 

  • NOAA Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Program: The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Program provides support for master’s and doctoral studies in oceanography, marine biology, maritime archaeology and all other science, engineering, social science and resource management disciplines involving ocean and coastal areas particularly by women and members of minority groups. Scholarships may provide up to $42,000 a year as well as additional support throughout the master’s or PhD program for collaborations and field studies. / Due December 6, 2019

 

  • Teach For America: Teach For America (TFA) is a national teacher recruitment program that aims to eliminate educational inequity by enlisting recent college graduates and professionals to teach for two or more years in low-income communities throughout the United States. Corps members attend an intensive 5-week summer institute to prepare for their commitment and then are placed in schools in urban and rural areas. Uncertified corps members receive alternative certification through coursework taken while completing the program. TFA teachers are full-fledged faculty members at their schools, receiving the normal school district salary and benefits. / Due December 6, 2019

 

  • Endocrine Society Summer Research Fellowships: The Endocrine Society offers Summer Research Fellowships to encourage promising undergraduate students, medical students, and first-year graduate school students to pursue careers in endocrinology. The Society provides a stipend to each award recipient to participate in research projects under the guidance of a Society member for 10 to 12 weeks during the summer. After the summer fellowship, recipients are invited to attend the ENDO Conference, the Society’s Annual Meeting & Expo and will receive complimentary registration, airfare and lodging, and per diem for the duration of the meeting. / Due December 6, 2019

 

  • Harold W. Rosenthal Fellowship in International Relations: The Harold W. Rosenthal Fellowship offers qualified students pursuing a career in international relations the opportunity to spend a summer in professional fellowship positions with a Member of Congress or in the State Department or other agencies. Candidates for the Fellowship must be a graduate student in international relations who plans to continue his or her education after the summer internship. Students may obtain applications through the career director’s office of participating schools. / December 6, 2019

 

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