Program offers month-long fellowships to allow Ph.D. candidates, postdoctoral scholars, and senior researchers to conduct independent archival research at the American Jewish Archives and participate in the community of scholars.
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Exploration Fund, for graduate, post-graduate, doctorate and early career post-doctoral students, provides grants in support of exploration and field research for those who are just beginning their research careers. Awards typically range from $500 to $2500, with a few awards up to a $5000.
Small grants reimburse expenses incurred during pre-approved fieldwork to disaster-affected areas to capture time-sensitive data. Proposals by students and new researchers using recognized, theory-driven scientific methods to examine social, behavioral, and organizational phenomena are preferred.
This award is for outstanding young composers. Applicants must be under the age of 31. Compositions should not exceed 15 minutes and should not be for more than five performers. The first prize is $400.00. Winners also have a chance to perform on a NACUSA concert.
The foundation’s priority for funding is the exploratory phases of promising new research projects related to human origins that meet the stated purpose of the Foundation. The majority of the Foundation’s General Research Grants to doctoral student are in the $3,000-$13,500 range.
This grant aims to recognize the most deserving proposal relating to work in progress on a research project in American colonial history, with particular reference to the intercultural aspects of American and European relations. Applicants must be AHA members at the time of application.
The GCA Awards in Tropical Botany support doctoral candidates to pursue independent field study in the tropical botany. The award provides up to $5,500, and is intended to promote tropical forest preservation by increasing the number of botanists with field experience.
Modest short-term awards for research in ornithology are available to advanced graduate students (and occasionally to post-graduate researchers) for expenses associated with their research. Priority is given to research investigating evolutionary ornithological science.
A supplemental award to provide relief from household and child care expenses while pursuing graduate study. The award is made on the basis of scholarly expectation and identified need. The candidate must be over 30 years of age, currently engaged in graduate study in literature and/or history. Preference given to American studies.
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation invites full-time students enrolled in a graduate program in communication sciences and disorders to submit applications in competition for graduate scholarships, $5,000 each.