Series note: The following post is the second installment in the Applying for Grants and Fellowships as an International Student series. Click here to read Part One. Confronted with the challenging situation of having limited external funding options to support their graduate career and research, international students often come to believe in certain myths that hold them […]
The Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship of Scholars in the Humanities (formerly the Stanford Humanities Fellows Program) is an interdisciplinary program offering post-doctoral fellowships in humanities disciplines. The program brings outstanding younger scholars (within three years of the PhD) to Stanford on two-year fellowships. Fellows enjoy substantial time to pursue research, teach two courses per year […]
Applicants must be personal members of YALSA, including student members, although the research project may be undertaken by an individual, an institution, or by a group.
The NIH is accepting applications for dissertation support in broad research areas such as the Biology of Aging; Behavioral and Social Research on Aging; Neuroscience and Neuropsychology of Aging; Geriatrics and Clinical Gerentology. NIA encourages an interdisciplinary focus. Applications are particularly soliticted from individuals of underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, individuals with disabilities, and individuals […]
Fichter Research Grants are awarded annually by ASR to members of the Association involved in promising sociological research on women in religion or on the intersection between religion and gender or religion and sexualities.
The AHQF General Scholarship is open to members of the AHQA or AHQYA. Funding for this scholarship may be applied to either a two or four-year degree program, which includes undergraduate or graduate studies of the student’s choice.
These $500 grants support feminist research conducted by doctoral psychology students. Because the purpose of this award is to facilitate research that otherwise might not be possible, projects that are beyond the data analysis stage are not eligible.
The Lemelson Center Fellowship Program supports projects that present creative approaches to the study of invention and innovation in American society. Fellows are expected to reside in the D.C. area, to participate in the Center’s activities, and to make a presentation their work. $575-$870/week.
Awards of up to $5000 for research that is not supported by other grant funds, or to carry out preliminary research to develop fundable thesis projects. The funds can be used for research assistant support, travel, supplies, or other direct research expenses.
Modest short-term awards for research in ornithology are available to advanced graduate students (and occasionally to post-graduate researchers) for expenses associated with their research. Priority is given to research investigating evolutionary ornithological science.
Dissertation or Postdoctoral Fellowships support research related to aerospace history. Applicants must possess a doctorate degree in history or in a closely related field, or be enrolled as a student (having completed all coursework) in a doctoral degree-granting program.