NSF will consider supplemental funding requests that enable PIs to request up to six months of additional support to provide graduate students with the opportunity to augment their research assistantships with non-academic research internship activities and training opportunities.
by Less than an Academic Year
Less than an Academic Year
Travel grants of $2,000 for graduate students or postdoctoral scholars from North American institutions are available for projects in archaeological science in Greece. Preference will be given to those who anticipate carrying out the majority of their research at the Wiener Laboratory in Athens.
Jessup funds are awarded competitively to students wishing to conduct studies at the postgraduate, doctoral and postdoctoral levels under the supervision or sponsorship of a member of the curatorial staff of the Academy. The McHenry Fund is similarly intended, but is restricted to botanists.
This residential fellowship provides support for research in American Art for 6 weeks to 9 months. The fellowship includes housing, office space, and a stipend. Awards are available at the pre- and postdoctoral levels.
This grant is for the research of the horticultural, scientific, and/or social use of herbs throughout history. Research must define herb as historically useful for flavoring, medicine, ornament, economic, industrial, or cosmetic purposes.
The Florida Atlantic University Libraries and the Huntington Library are jointly offering three short-term research fellowships for advanced graduate students. Fellows will spend one month in residency at FAU and another month in residency at the Huntington Library.
BIEA graduate attachments offer recent graduates, with an interest in further studies in Africa, the opportunity to gain practical experience of research.
This PhD research grant provides travel and research funds (1,100 euros/month) for up to 6 months of dissertation research. Students must hold an M.A. in a related field, know basic German or Turkish, and research specific topics outlined by the funder. Manuscript based work is preferred.
Program allows scholars, practitioners, and students to conduct independent research on bioethics in residence at the center for 2-8 weeks to access the Morison Library and participate in the center’s community.
Short-term residential fellowships are offered for conducting research in its collections. The fellowships are open to postdocs, ABD graduate students, and independent scholars. Candidates who live 75 or more miles from Philadelphia will receive some preference.