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.
The Abram and Fannie Gottlieb Immerman and Abraham Nathan and Bertha Daskal Weinstein Memorial Fellowship in Eastern European Jewish Studies, established by Mr. Brian Weinstein, is designed to support travel for Ph.D. dissertation research in archives and libraries of the Baltic states, with preference given to research on the Jews of Courland and Latvia. This […]
This fellowship offers up to $12,000 to women doctoral candidates in the United States and Canada. These fellowships support dissertation research in geography and geographical aspects of related fields.
This award provides up to $2,000 to support graduate student research on the Ottoman Balkans. The award can be used to finance a field work trip or to access research materials like manuscripts or books.
Small grants reimburse expenses incurred during pre-approved fieldwork to disaster-affected areas to capture time-sensitive data. Proposals by students and new researchers using recognized, theory-driven scientific methods to examine social, behavioral, and organizational phenomena are preferred.
This award is for MS or PhD students conducting research in laboratory science. Each winner is awarded $3000 in support of their research investigation.
The NSF DDRIG in linguistics provides up to $12,000 in grant funds to improve the quality of dissertation research by doctoral students. These grants allow graduate students to undertake significant data-gathering projects and to conduct field research which would not otherwise be possible.
The grant is intended for young scholars who have been awarded a doctoral degree in the past five years for research related to environmental and resource economics. Special attention will be given to applications that seek to pursue research into one or more of the areas pioneered by John Krutilla.
This national program aims to annually recognize, reward, and support women post-doctoral researchers in the United States who are pursuing careers in the life and physical/material sciences, as well as mathematics, engineering, and computer science.
AIMS awards short-term grants for one to three months. These awards may also be used in combination with grants from other sources for projects of longer duration. Applicants must be members of AIMS at the time of application.