Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: October 13 – 19, 2019

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Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: October 13 - 19, 2019
The Parker B. Francis Fellowship provides research support to clinical and basic scientists.

You’ve got 8 weeks to apply! This week’s list holds many postdoctoral opportunities for scholars and researchers in the humanities and sciences. Applicants from Africa can find opportunities to work with U.S. institutions or international agencies and other opportunities are available for international applicants from around the globe. Learn more and take that next step in your career! Apply now!

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Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: October 13 – 19, 2019

 

  • Ibrahim Leadership Fellowships Programme: Established in 2010, the Ibrahim Leadership Fellowships form a selective programme designed to identify and support potential African leaders of the future. The Fellowships offer the opportunity to work in the executive offices of either the African Development Bank (Abidjan), the UN Economic Commission for Africa (Addis Ababa) or the International Trade Centre (Geneva) with an annual stipend of $100,000. The Fellowships are open to young professionals, mid-career and new executives up to the age of 40 or 45 for women with children. The Fellows will be nationals of an African country with 7-10 years work experience and a Master’s degree. / Due October 14, 2019

 

  • Parker B. Francis Fellowship: The Parker B. Francis Fellowship provides research support to clinical and basic scientists embarking on careers in clinical, laboratory or translational science related to Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine at a U.S. or Canadian university or research institution. The ideal candidate is one with evidence of strong aptitude in research and who is in transition from post-doctoral trainee to independent investigator. For Ph.D. or other non-M.D. scientists no more than 7 years beyond completion of their doctoral degree or M.D. scientists no more than 7 years beyond clinical training. / Due October 14, 2019

 

  • Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute Short-term Fellowships: The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institution (STRI) in Panama allows selected candidates to come to STRI year-round and is an excellent resource to provide support for graduate students and introduce them to tropical research. Although focused primarily on graduate students, awards are occasionally given to undergraduate and postdoctoral candidates. These fellowships enable selected candidates to work in the tropics and explore research possibilities at STRI. Fellowships may provide a modest stipend to cover living expenses while at STRI (currently $800/month). / Due October 15, 2019

 

  • Alfred D. Chandler Jr. International Visiting Scholar in Business History Program: The Alfred D. Chandler Jr. International Visiting Scholar in Business History Program invites established scholars in business history based outside the United States to spend a period of time in residence at Harvard Business School. The Chandler International Visiting Scholar is expected to interact with faculty and researchers, present work at research seminars, and conduct business history research. Recipients will be given a $7,000 stipend (payable at the end of their visit). The program requires a two-month minimum length of stay. Scholars may stay up to a maximum of six months. / Due October 15, 2019

 

  • Logan Nonfiction Fellowship: Residency fellowships of 4-12 weeks for nonfiction reporters and writers working on important social, political, health, environmental, human rights and justice topics. Logan Nonfiction fellows at the Carey Institute are provided all the necessary tools to complete their critical work. Lodging, work space, sophisticated technological support (including Wi-Fi, a state-of-the-art screening room and dedicated space, equipment and software for video, film and radio editing) and meals are provided. Professional journalists and writers of all nationalities are invited to apply but knowledge of the English language is required. / Due October 15, 2019

 

  • János M. Bak Research Fellowship on Medieval Central Europe: The recipient will be an early- or mid-career researcher (no more than 15 years from the award of the PhD) who has already made a significant contribution to research in any field of study on Central Europe in the period between 800 and 1600 CE. The fellowship is open to scholars of any nationality. Fellows will be asked to give a public lecture at CEU and be available for consultation with CEU students. The duration of the fellowship will be three months, preferably from January to March. Fellows will receive a monthly stipend of EUR 2000 and are expected to be in residence in Budapest. / Due October 15, 2019

 

  • Running Start Congressional Fellowship: Each spring and fall, eight Running Start Congressional Fellows are selected through a highly competitive application process. Running Start is nonpartisan and looks for applicants from across the political spectrum for this program. Fellows intern for a female Member of Congress Monday through Thursday and each Friday are trained by political experts in Running Start’s office and then mentored by high level political mentors. Fellows live together in a house on Capitol Hill, free of charge, and are provided with a $2,500 living stipend for the semester. / Due October 15, 2019

 

  • Thouron Award: The Thouron Award is a graduate exchange program between British universities and the University of Pennsylvania, conceived to reinforce the “special relationship” between the U.S. and the U.K. Graduates of British universities receive support for up to two years for a graduate (post-graduate) degree program at the University of Pennsylvania. Graduates of Penn receive up to two years of support for a degree program at any graduate (post-graduate) program in the U.K. Thouron Scholars are chosen both for their strong academic potential and their “ambassadorial qualities.” Students receive full support – tuition and generous stipends. / Due October 15, 2019

 

  • Harvard-Newcomen Postdoctoral Fellowship in Business History: To be awarded for 12 months’ residence, study, and research at Harvard Business School. The fellowship is open to scholars who, within the last ten years, have received a PhD in history, economics, or a related discipline. The fellowship has two purposes: The first is to enable scholars to engage in research that will benefit from the resources of Harvard Business School and the larger Boston scholarly community. The second purpose is to provide an opportunity for the fellow to participate in the activities of Harvard Business School. Fellows receive a stipend, travel funds and book fund. / Due October 15, 2019

 

  • Watson Institute Fellowships: The Watson Institute, a unique higher education program for social entrepreneurs, offers five full-ride fellowships each semester that include full tuition and housing. The Enlight China Fellowship is for applicants from greater China, including Taiwan and Hong Kong; the Enlight Women’s Fellowship is for applicants working to increase access and quality of education for women and girls; the Luff Peace Fellowship is for applicants working to promote peace globally; the Lakota Fellowship is for Lakota youth applicants; and the Middle East Fellowship if for applicants from the Middle East or of Middle Eastern descent. Fellowships are available for beginning in both the fall and spring semesters. / Due October 15, 2019

 

  • Hench Post-Dissertation Fellowship: The purpose of the Hench post-dissertation fellowship is to provide the recipient with time and resources to extend research and/or to revise the dissertation for publication. Applicants may come from such fields as history, literature, American studies, political science, art history, music history, and others relating to American history through 1876. Fellows are offered opportunities for collegiality with and mentoring from the staff, other visiting fellows, and the academic community in and near Worcester, Massachusetts. This year-long residential fellowship includes a stipend of $35,000. / October 15, 2019

 

  • USA to Australia Fellowship Program: The Association awards Fellowships each year at the graduate (Masters, PhD or postdoctoral) level of up to $40,000 USD for US scholars undertaking advanced research or study in Australia. Fellowships are available for Americans who will benefit from doing research or study in the fields of biophotonics, engineering, environmental and marine sciences, mathematics, medicine, sciences, sustainability and technology. Applicants must make their own arrangements for university affiliation and have a confirmed placement by the time the Fellowship is awarded. Applicants must be US citizens or US permanent residents doing research or study at the graduate level. Applicants may already be in Australia. / Due October 15, 2019

 

  • Cambridge Trust Scholarship: The Cambridge Commonwealth, European, & International Trust offers scholarships for undergraduate students who pay the University composition fees at the Overseas rate. Most of the Trust’s scholarships for undergraduate applicants are part-cost awards which pay only part of the cost of studying at Cambridge. For more information on the Trust and the scholarships it offers, please see their website. / Due October 15, 2019

 

  • Audrey Meyer Mars International Fellowship in Clinical Oncology: The purpose of the Audrey Meyer Mars International Fellowship in Clinical Oncology is to provide one year of advanced training in clinical oncology at participating cancer centers in the United States to qualified physicians and dentists from other countries, particularly countries where advanced training is not readily available. Applicants must be qualified physicians or dentists who have demonstrated an interest in clinical cancer management and who desire advanced training in clinical oncology. Awards of up to $65,000 may be requested and round trip airfare is provided. / Due October 15, 2019

 

  • The Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowships in Women’s Studies: The Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowships in Women’s Studies support the final year of dissertation writing for PhD. candidates in the humanities and social sciences whose work addresses topics of women and gender in interdisciplinary and original ways. In each round, ten Fellows will receive $5,000 to be used for expenses connected with completing their dissertations, such as research-related travel, data work/collection, and supplies. / Due October 15, 2019

 

  • U-M African Presidential Scholars Program (UMAPS): The University of Michigan (U-M) African Presidential Scholars (UMAPS) program brings early career faculty from universities in Ghana, Liberia, South Africa, and Uganda to Ann Arbor for residencies lasting up to six months. Scholars are paired with a faculty mentor during their stay and have full access to U-M’s resources to further their work on a research project, an academic degree, publications, grant proposal, or other relevant activity. The program supports the development of the next generation of African scholars by integrating them into international academic networks, and it internationalizes U-M by generating research and teaching collaborations across diverse disciplines, from engineering to African literature. Scholars receive a living stipend and RT airfare. / Due October 15, 2019

 

  • JAARS Fellows: JAARS is a multidisciplinary team of problem-solvers who are committed to the belief that people’s lives and communities are transformed as they experience God’s Word in their own language. JAARS Fellows is an 11-month, merit-based, professional opportunity providing entry into fellows’ first career position. Fellows join staff in key positions and receive a spiritual and personal mentor as well as life skills training, intercultural communication development and a bi-weekly stipend. Fellows must be biblical Christ-followers, value global ministry, have completed accredited post-secondary degree and be at least 18 years old. / Due October 15, 2019

 

  • AIP State Department Science Fellowship Program: This Fellowship is intended to enhance the science & technology capacity of the U.S. Department of State by enabling at least one scientist annually to work at the Department’s Washington, DC headquarters for a one-year term. Fellowships are for one year, usually running September through August, and include a stipend of $77,500. Scientists at all career stages, including mid- and late-career professionals, are encouraged to apply. If you are a U.S. citizen and have a PhD or equivalent research background in physics or a closely-related field you may be eligible to apply. / Due October 15, 2019

 

  • Thomas K. McCraw Fellowship in U.S. Business History: The fellowship enables established scholars from around the world whose primary interest is the business and economic history of the United States to spend time in residence at Harvard Business School. The main activities of the Thomas K. McCraw Fellow will be to conduct research in the archives of Baker Library or in other Boston-area libraries, present his or her work at a seminar, and interact with HBS faculty. The Thomas K. McCraw Fellow will receive a stipend of $7,000 to cover travel and living expenses. Fellows are expected to be in residence for a minimum of two months. / Due October 15, 2019

 

  • McGill University Fully Funded PhD in Chemical Engineering: McGill University provides full funding for PhD students in Chemical Engineering. The Department offers advanced graduate courses that emphasize important core fundamentals, such as heat & mass transfer, fluid mechanics, computational methods, and thermodynamics, as well as more specialized courses in bioengineering, environmental and materials sciences. All accepted PhD students are funded to allow them to focus on their work. Financial support is given through scholarships, fellowships, studentships or through supervisor funded programs. / Due October 15, 2019

 

  • Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellowships: The purpose of the Mathematical Sciences Postdoctoral Research Fellowships (MSPRF) is to support future leaders in mathematics and statistics by facilitating their participation in postdoctoral research environments that will have maximal impact on their future scientific development. There are two options for awardees: Research Fellowship and Research Instructorship. Awards will support research in areas of mathematics and statistics, including applications to other disciplines. This program provides educational opportunities for  Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows. / Due October 16, 2019

 

  • Presidential Management Fellows Program: The Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) program is a prestigious 2-year paid government fellowship for recent graduate students seeking opportunities in federal government agency. Selection begins with the nomination of the student by the school followed by a rigorous assessment process. Graduate students from all academic disciplines who expect to complete an advanced degree from a qualifying college or university by August 31 of the academic year in which the competition is held, are eligible to become Fellows. Once the application period opens, it will appear on USAJOBS (www.usajobs.gov), and is typically open for two weeks. / Due October 17, 2019

 

  • Sir Henry Dale Fellowship: This fellowship is for outstanding post-doctoral scientists wishing to build their own UK-based, independent research career addressing an important biomedical question. Grants support research ranging from the molecules and cells vital to life and their role in the global spread of disease, to clinical and public health research seeking to improve the quality of healthcare. It can be based in the laboratory, clinic or field, and may involve experimental or theoretical approaches. PhDs with significant postdoctoral research experience are invited to apply. / Due October 17, 2019

 

  • Trial Advocacy Fellowship Program: The San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association (SFTLA) Diversity Committee has established a summer-long Fellowship Program to introduce a diverse group of law students to the plaintiffs’ bar generally and to the SFTLA specifically. Fellows will gain exposure to the work of trial attorneys by “shadowing” three mentor law firms, each for a three to four week period. Fellows will attend depositions, hearings, settlement proceedings, and possibly even trial with their mentors.  They will also have the opportunity to work on short-duration projects, including a writing assignment. Participants receive a stipend of $7,500 for the summer. / Due October 17, 2019

 

  • Max Weber Fellowships: Max Weber fellowships are designed for junior postdocs who would like to pursue an academic career, concentrate on their own research and enhance their academic practice in a multidisciplinary environment. Max Weber Fellowships are for 1 or 2 years and are open to candidates who have received a doctorate in the social sciences (economics, law, political science, sociology, history and related fields) within the last 5 years. 55-60 fellowships are awarded annually. The basic grant is €2,000 per month and Fellows are required to live in Florence, Italy for the duration of their Fellowship. / Due October 18, 2019

 

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