As graduate students, we experience some level of stress with school work, finances, assistantships and much more. Applying for external funding can feel overwhelming at times. It is “normal” to feel anxious about the process and while we cannot completely eliminate stress from our lives, we can manage it, become more productive, and feel better about ourselves. […]
Division 20 sponsors several travel awards for undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral researchers to attend the APA convention. Applicants must be first author on an APA proposal submission.
The program provides support to conduct research and study in a foreign country for an academic year. Applicants must be US citizens. Students in the School of Graduate Studies and New Brunswick graduate students should contact Assistant Dean Teresa Delcorso-Ellmann to initiate an application.
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.
The competitive program awards grants up to $4,000 in any discipline for research that requires use of the collections of the Philanthropy Archives Collection of the University Library at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI).
This short-term fellowship supports scholarly use of the Library’s research collections in five strategic areas: English-language literature, The Raymond Danowski Poetry Library, African American history and culture, Southern history and culture, and modern politics.
A grant program in Korean studies designed to assist the research of individual scholars based in North America, to improve the quality of teaching about Korea on both the college and pre-college levels, and to integrate the study of Korea into the major academic disciplines.
Grants provide airfare for a minimum of four weeks of summer research in Turkey by scholars with Ph.D.s granted in the five years prior to the application deadline in humanities and social science fields.
Research Grants of up to $2,500 are awarded twice annually to offset the cost of conducting research at the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum. Applicants are expected to demonstrate both an analytical and descriptive grasp of the project and its centrality to the Truman era.
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.
This $7,500 grant supports policy-relevant social science research. Candidates may propose new projects or seek support for works in progress, including dissertation writing or travel.