Two fellowships are awarded annually: one for 24 months, the other for 12 months. The 24-month fellowship is intended for the advancement or completion of a doctoral dissertation in any area of Western art, with a preference for modern and contemporary topics. The two-year Dale Fellow is expected to spend one year on dissertation research […]
by Multi-Year: 13-24 months
Multi-Year: 13-24 months
The purpose of the Academy Scholars Program is to identify and support outstanding scholars in the social sciences (including history and law) with an in-depth grounding in non-Western countries or regions. Fellows conduct either post-doctoral or dissertation research in their fields and areas.
This program provides up to two years of stipend funding to support the research activities of the doctoral program and only after course work has been completed. An applicant must be a full-time student and the Department Chair or graduate officer is expected to verify the applicant’s doctoral candidacy. he program provides a stipend and […]
The Innovation and Research Fellowship Program (IRFP) grant funds are provided to support technological research and the innovation ecosystem in New Jersey and to encourage Ph.D. candidates/graduates to continue their research in fellowship with New Jersey’s science and technology companies.
The objective of the NCHS Postdoctoral Research Program is to provide opportunities for postdoctoral candidates to conduct research in areas including statistical theory, survey methodology, statistical computing, economics, demography, and social and behavioral science.
The MSP Scholarships provide full tuition and fees and a competitive stipend for up to two years of master’s level study. Applicants should be from underrepresented/minority groups. Research should be in areas of interest to the semiconductor industry.
The NJCCR invites proposals to support pilot cancer research projects that address current priority areas related to women’s health, pain management, and more.
The New Jersey Commission on Cancer Research (NJDOH-NJCCR) announces that it will support post-doctroal fellows who will conduct original basic, biomedical, behavioral or clinical science research related to the causes, prevention, survival and treatment of cancer.
One fellowship is awarded annually for 24 months. This fellowship is intended for the advancement and completion of a doctoral dissertation in European art on a topic before the early nineteenth century. The Kress Fellow is expected to spend one year of the fellowship period on dissertation research abroad and one year at the Center […]
AAAS STP fellowships provide opportunities to outstanding scientists and engineers to learn first-hand about policymaking and contribute their knowledge and analytical skills in the policy realm by serving yearlong assignments in the federal government.