This program offers full travel and fellowships for 15 advanced students in Turkish for participation in the summer program in intensive advanced Turkish language at Bogazici University in Istanbul. This program offers the equivalent of 1 full academic year of study in Turkish at the college level.
Members of CAMWS who are either elementary/secondary school Greek or Latin teachers in the CAMWS territory or graduate students in a degree-granting program in Classics in the CAMWS territory are eligible to apply for this $4,000 fellowship to attend the summer session.
Summer Fellowships: for Byzantine, Pre-Columbian, or Landscape Architecture scholars on any level of advancement beyond the first year of graduate (post-baccalaureate) study. Summer Fellowships are awarded for a period of seven weeks. The 2018 summer fellowship term is June 18 to August 3.
This unique program offers young investigators who are interested in sexuality research the opportunity to obtain funding to support their research while engaged in qualifying research in sexuality.
The Calihan Travel Grants provide financial assistance to students who have been selected to present, at an academic conference, research relevant to themes promoted by the Acton Institute.
The Davis fellowships cover the full comprehensive fee (tuition, room, board) at the Middlebury summer language school for students accepted for Arabic, Chinese, Hebrew, Japanese, Portuguese or Russian.
The fellowship is an opportunity for graduate students in the social sciences and related disciplines to learn about the current state of disability policy, pressing policy issues surrounding the employment of individuals with disabilities, and how to conduct high-quality research in these areas.
The award, in the form of a fellowship, is given to assist a student during the summer months (June-September) in the pursuit of work in a field of interest to The Electrochemical Society. The award will consist of a check for $5,000 for the summer months of study.
The purpose of the Program is to enable schools of public health to assign graduate students in public health to the CDC for on-site training. Internship positions are full-time opportunities for the duration of 10 weeks with training stipend over the summer.
This program provides a summertime grant ($3,800 for each fellowship) and limited research funds for students to conduct research on the Hudson River. Polgar Fellowships may be awarded for studies anywhere within the tidal Hudson estuary from the Federal Dam at Troy, New York, to New York Harbor.