Numerous scholarships to students pursuing a degree in enology, viticulture, or in a curriculum emphasizing a science basic to the wine and grape industry. The awards amounts vary from year to year. Graduate students must have a minimum overall grade point average of 3.2.
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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.
The center grants short term research stipends to pre- and postdoctoral students who focus on Germany or Central and eastern Europe in their research. Recipients are also offered access to the Center’s facilities. Applicants from all fields of humanities and social sciences are welcome. ***Visit website/contact funder for current funding opportunities.***
PhD candidates and postdoctoral researchers in the social sciences and humanities may apply. Support is given for projects in Turkey for up to an academic year; preference is given to projects of shorter length. Non-U.S. citizens must be affiliated with an academic U.S. or Canadian institution.
The Rockefeller Archive Center’s competitive research stipends are designed to foster, promote, and support research by serious scholars in the collections located at the Rockefeller Archive Center. The awards are intended to reimburse travel and accommodation expenses.
The Rose and Isidore Drench Memorial Fellowship supports doctoral or post-doctoral research in American Jewish history, with special consideration given to scholars working on some aspect of the Jewish labor movement.
Visiting Scholar Awards provide academic, museum, and independent scholars, as well as doctoral students, working in any field related to British art an opportunity to study the Center’s collection.
The Swann Foundation seeks to award one fellowship annually (with a stipend of up to $5,000) to assist the fellow in his/her ongoing scholarly research and writing projects in the field of caricature and cartoon.
Huyck Grants support graduate students and scientists in a variety of disciplines including ecology, conservation biology, taxonomy, animal behavior, evolution, geology, and land use history. Grants of $2000-$3500 cover expenses and allow residencies of one week or longer at the Preserve.
Each year up to ten $4,000 student research grants and internships are awarded to students conducting research on an energy-related project. Students must be sponsored by a DEED member utility and are required to write an abstract and final report at the completion of the project.