Applicants must be former Mellon Minority Undergraduate Fellows (MMUF) and candidates for the Ph.D. degree in fields recognized under the terms of the Mellon Minority Undergraduate Fellowship Program. Completion of all pre-dissertation requirements means that the applicant has passed all comprehensive examinations, has completed all course work for the degree, has received approval of the […]
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$20,000 for PhD candidates or postdoctoral scholars alternately in Greek (language, literature, history, or archaeology) and French (language or literature). Applicants need not be Phi Beta Kappa, but must be unmarried women 25-35 years old, and must conduct research full-time while on tenure.
This program supports dissertation research for doctoral students studying health-related topics. The fellowship both provides a stipend and covers research costs for projects that intersect with AHRQ research goals: safety/quality, efficiency, and effectiveness.
$18,000 fellowship attracts talented doctoral students of ethnically diverse backgrounds to develop leadership roles and research skills in sociology. Applicants must be enrolled (and have completed one full academic year) in a sociology Ph.D. program at application.
AERA invites education-related dissertation proposals using NCES, NSF, and other federal data bases. Dissertation Grants are available for advanced doctoral students and are intended to support the student while writing the doctoral dissertation.
This scholarship offers financial aid to Master’s students and promotes study in Horticulture, Floriculture, Landscape Design, Botany, Biology, Plant Pathology, Forestry, Agronomy, Environmental Concerns, City Planning, Land Management and/or allied subjects.
Fellowships are awarded for one academic year of full-time advanced level language study in East or Southeast Asia in approved language programs. Applicants must be pursuing careers using of one of the eight approved modern East/Southeast Asian languages and be at or near advanced language level.
The Institute offers 3 one-year Solmsen Postdoctoral Fellowships to scholars from other universities working on literary and historical studies of the European Classical, Medieval, and Renaissance periods up to about the year 1700, awarded through an annual competition. Applicants must be in possession of the doctorate at the time of application.
These awards support female scientists conducting research in the natural sciences at the doctoral or postdoctoral level. The funds can be used for research supplies and travel to a research site. Up to $10,000 can be requested as part of the application.
The Dibner HIstory of Science program offers long- and short-term fellowships which are designed to further study in the Burndy Library and the other history of science and technology resources at The Huntington. Eligibility: PhD or equivalent by specified date. See website for details. Tenure of fellowship: Nine to twelve months