This award supports research in all the natural sciences, including physical, environmental, mathematical, computer, life sciences, anthropology, psychology and statistics. A maximum of $10,000 can be requested.
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These fellowships are awarded to recognize and assist students from any academic discipline whose academic achievements are of the highest standard. PhD applicants may apply for support for their final year of doctoral studies.
These research fellowships support graduate students conducting research on the Hudson River system. This fellowship provides a stipend of $15,000 for PhD students and $11,000 for MS students, and money for research.
This scholarship is for graduate students who are enrolled in federally recognized tribes and who are seeking a degree in art, law or medicine/public health. Each award is $1,500 per school year.
The modest student grants are presently limited to Indian graduate students studying in the United States, who have completed or are about to complete one year of graduate work, and are working towards a degree. The competition for these grants, usually three or four or five per year, is fierce and the awardees are excellent […]
The ISM Doctoral Dissertation Grant Program supports doctoral students interested in procurement, supply management and supply chain management to pursue and complete their dissertation research in these fields of study.
The Ross C. Purse Doctoral Fellowship encourages and supports theoretical and practical research in the field of vision loss in Canada. The fellowship is awarded for research in the social sciences, engineering, or other fields of study that are immediately relevant to the field of vision loss.
Supported by Physio-Control, Inc., a pioneer in defibrillation technology over 50 years and the world’s leading provider of external defibrillators for the treatment of sudden cardiac arrest, this scholarship is awarded to an emergency nurse pursuing a master’s degree in nursing.
The GRF in the Social and Behavioral Sciences track is open to doctoral students in all social and behavioral science disciplines. The fellowship awards provide support for 12 months to accredited universities for research on crime, violence and other criminal justice-related topics.
CISAC trains the next generation of security specialists. Fellows spend the academic year engaged in research and writing, interact and collaborate with leading faculty and researchers.