The Travel to Collections Awards Program supports research on the history of invention and innovation based on the holdings of the Museum’s Archives Center and curatorial divisions. The Archives Center holds more than 12,000 feet of archival materials. The collections are particularly strong in personal papers and business records documenting the history of American enterprise […]
Applicants must have been a member of the Knights of Lithuania for 2 years, be of Lithuanian ancestry, and be in financial need. Selection is based on recommendations, scholastic record, financial need, a personal interview, and organizational activity within the Knights of Lithuania.
One fellowship is awarded annually for 24 months. The fellowship is intended for the advancement and completion of a doctoral dissertation that concerns aspects of art of the United States, including native and pre-Revolutionary America. The Wyeth Fellow is expected to spend one year of the fellowship period on dissertation research in the United States […]
The AAUW Career Development Grant (up to $12,000) is for women who, through additional higher education, technical training, or participation in professional development institutes, are making career changes, seeking to advance in current careers, or re‐entering the workforce.
The McColl Research Program was established to attract to the AGS Library visiting scholars, (who reside beyond commuting distance of UWM), whose research would benefit from extensive use of the collections and who are interested in communicating their research results to a broad, educated general audience. Eligibility: Candidates for Fellowships should be established scholars, doctoral […]
The program brings together a small group of Fellows to work closely over the course of the year on pressing issues in ethics. The majority of Fellows will be selected in relation to an annual theme, but in each year some “open” slots will be reserved for applicants working on any issue in ethics.
This DDRIG funds research on dissertation topics related to Science, Technology, and Society. Funds may be used for field research, equipment, travel, and data collection. This award is intended to improve some component of the dissertation. Students must be ABD prior to receiving the award.
This award covers attendance to Humanities Without Walls, a summer workshop on careers outside of the academy and/or the tenure track system. The award covers housing, and fellows will receive $5,000 to cover all remaining costs associated with the workshop.
The Cohen-Tucker Dissertation Completion Fellowship carries a maximum stipend of $25,000 for a doctoral student at a US or Canadian university to complete their dissertation, in any discipline, on topics within 19th – early 21st century Russian historical studies.