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Featured Funder:  Garden Club of America

Featured Funder: Garden Club of America

 Our Featured Funders series is designed to help you learn about important funders that support graduate research and education.  The Garden Club of America offers 28 merit-based fellowships and grants to support graduate work in 12 different areas ranging from...
Featured Fellowship:  ACOR-CAORC Fellowships

Featured Fellowship: ACOR-CAORC Fellowships

  Featured Fellowships are important graduate awards that you may not know about but should.  The ACOR-CAORC graduate fellowships will provide support to students who are working on Near Eastern Studies topics.  You can learn more about the fellowship here.  The...
Projecting into the Future: How to Plan for the Next Phase of Research (Advice from the Archives)

Projecting into the Future: How to Plan for the Next Phase of Research (Advice from the Archives)

Advice from the Archives Series Note: Occasionally, we dig into the archives to uncover a post we feel holds relevant and timely information worthy of a repost. If you are interested in learning more about research grants and fellowships to support your graduate...
The Reviewer’s Perspective:  What You Should Know As You Write Your Application

The Reviewer’s Perspective: What You Should Know As You Write Your Application

  I recently had the opportunity to serve as a peer reviewer for a national fellowship competition. It was an interesting and even enjoyable experience and in this post, I would like to share with you some of the things that I learned while serving as a reviewer....
Coursework, Comps, Candidacy, and…Confusion: Knowing When You’re Eligible for a Doctoral Award

Coursework, Comps, Candidacy, and…Confusion: Knowing When You’re Eligible for a Doctoral Award

So you are well on your way to developing an individual funding plan. Maybe you’ve created a list of all the awards for which you will be eligible during your doctoral degree. Great! The next step is determining when to apply for these awards. And this is not always...