Hello again, GradFund Conversations readers! Today we will be spotlighting another great opportunity: the Andrew W. Mellon Completion Fellowship administered by the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), also known as the ACLS/Mellon Completion Fellowship. As the name would suggest, this fellowship is aimed at students in the social sciences and humanities who are in the […]
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This program provides conference travel support (up to $1,800) for underrepresented minority graduate students, postdocs, and early career faculty, as well as graduate students, postdocs, and early career faculty with disabilities.
The David Library of the American Revolution offers short-term Resident Research Fellowships for doctoral candidates and postdocs to conduct research in its microfilm and print collections on the era (1750-1800). Fellows receive a stipend, housing, and Library access for one month.
The purpose of the Women of Color Caucus-Frontiers Student Essay Award is to promote the intellectual development of emerging women scholars who engage in critical theoretical discussions and/or analyses about feminist/womanist issues concerning women of color in the US and the diaspora.
This $7,500 grant supports policy-relevant social science research. Candidates may propose new projects or seek support for works in progress, including dissertation writing or travel.
Awards of up to $5000 for research that is not supported by other grant funds, or to carry out preliminary research to develop fundable thesis projects. The funds can be used for research assistant support, travel, supplies, or other direct research expenses.
The fellowships provide financial assistance to scholars whose research projects are connected with the culture and history of German-speaking Jewry.
This grant supports the study of and research in ecological restoration, and aims to advance knowledge and increase the numbers of scientists in this field. Preference will be given to projects that include field research conducted in the United States.
Supports artists and art students in the early or developmental stage of their career, who work in a representational style of painting, drawing, sculpting, or printmaking, and demonstrate a commitment to making art a lifetime career.
This short-term fellowship supports scholarly use of the Library’s research collections in five strategic areas: English-language literature, The Raymond Danowski Poetry Library, African American history and culture, Southern history and culture, and modern politics.
A grant program in Korean studies designed to assist the research of individual scholars based in North America, to improve the quality of teaching about Korea on both the college and pre-college levels, and to integrate the study of Korea into the major academic disciplines.