The objective of the Donald A. King Student Research Fellowships is to sponsor HD investigations that can be conducted over a 10-week period, between June 1 and August 31. Fellowship recipients, working under the supervision of senior HD scientists, will undertake a project that will be helpful in future HD research and also nurture a […]
Fellowships are given to students also applying to the Summer Language Institute. Students of first- and second-year Russian are not eligible. All other languages are eligible at any level for graduate students.
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 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.
This program offers summer research internships in Germany to masters and doctoral students from North America at companies and non-university research institutions with strong relations to industry. Students in biology, chemistry, engineering, geology and physics are invited to apply.
An award toward the cost of study for the ASCSA Summer Sessions. Applicants must be current CAAS members. Preference will be given to pre-college teachers, graduate students, and those who have not previously received the award.
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.
This award covers attendance to Humanities Without Walls, a summer workshop on careers outside of the academy and/or the tenure track system. The award covers housing, and fellows will receive $5,000 to cover all remaining costs associated with the workshop.
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.
Two awards will be given to fund graduate students who wish to attend CRF’s summer Methodology Workshops at UMass Amherst. For non-UMass students, an additional award amount of up to $500 will be given in order to support travel to the campus and lodging to attend the week-long workshop.