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 […]
Two $500 annual awards will be given to graduate students, M.A. or Ph.D., to help lessen the burden of costs to attend the annual Western History Association conference. The cost of conference registration and tickets to the welcome reception are also included.
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.
This grant funds students doing in the fields of population and ecosystem dynamics research. To help achieve these goals, each Fellow will be required to work closely with an expert (mentor) from NOAA Fisheries who will serve on the Fellow’s committee.
The purpose of the fund is to make the collections of primary ethnographic materials housed anywhere at the Library of Congress available to the needs and uses of those in the private sector. Funding varies from $800-$3000.
A fellowship of up to $5,000 to support research and ongoing collaboration with Center nurse historians. Selection of Alice Fisher Society scholars will be based on evidence of interest in, and aptitude for, historical research related to nursing.
The International Peace Scholarship Fund provides scholarships for women from other countries for graduate study in the United States and Canada. Recipients must agree to return to their home countries after completion of their studies and must have at least one year of coursework remaining.
The Kate Neal Kinley Memorial Fellowship supports advanced study in the US or abroad. Three fellowships are awarded: one in music; one in architectural design and history, theatre, or dance; and one in art, architecture, dance, landscape architecture, theatre, or urban and regional planning.
The STRI Short-Term Fellowship Program provides support for short-term research projects at STRI for 3 months. Awards are primarily for graduate students, but are occasionally given to undergraduate and postdoctoral candidates. Proposals without the support of named STRI advisors are not funded.
Supports artists and art students in the early or developmental stage of their career, who work in a representational style of painting, drawing, sculpting, or printmaking, and demonstrate a commitment to making art a lifetime career.
Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited master’s, doctoral, or law program in the US or Canada. Students of all disciplines are welcome to apply, provided their studies relate to community associations where homeowners support an association and are subject to use and aesthetic restrictions.