Note 2/13: “There presently is a ban on using State Department-funded fellowships for travel to Yemen. AIYS can only accept applications for research on Yemen in venues other than Yemen. For the same reason, AIYS cannot accept applications for intensive Arabic study.” Note 12/11: “AIYS normally offers students and scholars the opportunity to obtain intensive […]
One fellowship is awarded annually for 36 months. The first two years of the Finley Fellowship are intended for research and travel in Europe to visit collections, museums, monuments, and sites related to a well-advanced dissertation in Western art. During this two-year period, residency abroad is expected, for which travel funds are available. The third […]
The New Jersey Commission on Cancer Research (NJDOH-NJCCR) announces that it will support post-doctroal fellows who will conduct original basic, biomedical, behavioral or clinical science research related to the causes, prevention, survival and treatment of cancer.
For advanced graduate students actively working in American Indian Studies, and committed to a career in Native Studies. The fellowship provides a stipend, office space, access to Michigan State University’s library, computing facilities, and to faculty in the American Indian Studies Program.
A $3000 research fellowship to support fieldwork and archival work focusing on the Gulf South States. Projects that place the Gulf South region in a global context and explore the impact of the Gulf South on the world are strongly encouraged.
Graduate students applying for Boren Fellowships for overseas research and language training can receive additional funding for domestic or overseas language study in African languages and French prior to the start of their award period.
The FLAS fellowship supports language training in Less-Commonly-Taught Languages. The fellowship assists in the advancement of knowledge, resources, and trained personnel for foreign language and area/international studies and supports the development of a qualified pool of international experts.
The Hal Rothman Research Fellowship recognizes graduate student achievement in environmental history research. The fellowship provides $1,000 for PhD graduate student research and travel in the field of environmental history, without geographical restriction.
This program is intended to support doctoral students pursuing a degree in nuclear, geochemical, and other nuclear forensics related disciplines. The program is a 12-month appointment, which is renewable for up to a total of 5 years.
The Foundation supports promote basic research in biomedicine by providing the best young, up-and-coming scientists with comprehensive support during their PhD phase. The PhD project must be experimental, in the field of basic biomedical research and aimed at elucidating basic biological phenomena of human life and acquiring new scientific knowledge. For a survey on the […]