This residential fellowship is for promising young scholars working at the intersection of humanities disciplines. Applicants must pick one unit (Comparative Media Studies/Writing, Literature, Global Studies and Languages, Music and Theater Arts) where they would like to be located.
This two-year fellowship supports PhD students at participating universities enrolled in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or Mathematics, or a department within the scope of these areas. Students must be in their second or third year and need to be nominated by their department chair.
The Predoctoral MHSAS fellowship to support the training of practitioners in behavioral health services and prevention. This fellowship program is designed for students in clinical, counseling and school psychology, and other psychology doctoral students.
Fellowship provides funding and support for qualified students who wish to pursue doctoral research in China. Funding awards range from six months to two years. Students from a wide range of academic areas focusing on China are encouraged to apply.
A doctoral fellowship training program coordinates training and funding for PhD students attending a school of nursing. The program combines the academic environment of a university and the breadth and depth of research at the National Institutes of Health.
The Simons Center for the Social Brain postdoctoral fellowships support recent PhDs who aim to conduct autism- related research at MIT. Applicants must propose innovative research agendas that bring together at least two different laboratories.
The goal of Health Policy Research Scholars is to create a large cadre of diverse doctoral students from multiple (nonclinical, research-focused) disciplines—students whose research, connections, and leadership will inform and influence policy toward a Culture of Health.
This £24,000 fellowship intends to select the very best early stage post-doctoral researchers in the physical, natural or social sciences or humanities from all over the world, and offer them support for two years at UK research institutions.
The Posen Foundation awards fellowship of $20,000/year for two years to doctoral students who are writing dissertations related to modernization processes in Jewish history, society, and culture. Fellows gain the opportunity to participate in professionalization workshops and attend lectures.
NPSC’s goal is to increase the number of American citizens with graduate degrees in the physical sciences and related engineering fields, emphasizing recruitment of a diverse applicant pool.