The Cain Fellowship is open to Ph.D. scholars who plan to conduct historical research on the development of the chemical industries. The outcome of this research should further public understanding of the relationship between technology, policy, management, and entrepreneurship, and shed light on the complex development of modern society and commerce. Fellowship is between September […]
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Chemical Heritage Foundation
John C. Haas Fellowship in the History of Chemical Industries
The Haas Fellowship is open to Ph.D. scholars whose projects will enhance public understanding of the role of the chemical industries in relation to environmental, societal, health, and safety issues. Fellowship is between September and May of the following year, in residence at CHF.
Eugene Garfield Fellowship in the History of Scientific Information
fellow will conduct original and scholarly research in the field of the history of information science, with emphasis on twentieth-century developments. Other activities may also include conducting oral histories with pioneers in the development of scientific information, identifying emerging research opportunities in the field, and organizing a conference.
Charles C. Price Fellowship in Polymer History
The Price Fellowship is open to scholars pursuing research in the history of the chemical sciences and technologies. Preference is given to applicants with projects on the history of polymers; however, scholars interested in other fields are also encouraged to apply. Fellowship is between September and May of the following year, in residence at CHF.
Chemical Heritage Foundation Beckman Travel Grants
The Beckman Center for the History of Chemistry at CHF offers year-round travel grants for researchers who wish to use CHF’s wealth of resources in the history of the chemical and molecular sciences. Travel-grant recipients will have access to the collections of the Othmer Library of Chemical History. Researchers are also encouraged to use CHF’s […]
Glenn E. and Barbara Hodsdon Ullyot Scholarship
The Ullyot Scholarship sponsors historical research that promotes public understanding of the chemical sciences. Applications are invited from scholars, graduate students, science writers, and journalists. The scholar will spend at least two months in residence at CHF.
Robert W. Gore Fellowship in Materials Innovation
The Gore Fellowship is open to advanced Ph.D. candidates who possess the research expertise, writing skills, and technical background to conduct historical case studies of materials innovation of the past thirty years and to communicate findings to academic, policy, and industrial audiences. The Gore Fellow will undertake one such case study with input from members […]
Roy G. Neville Fellowship
The Roy G. Neville Fellowship is open to historians of science, technology, and allied fields, as well as to historians of the book and of print culture, bibliographers, and librarians, who will make use of the Roy G. Neville Historical Chemical Library. Ph.D., Ph.D. candidates, or equivalent preferred but not required. Fellowship is during summer […]
Societe de Chimie Industrielle (American Section) Fellowship
The Societe de Chimie Industrielle (American Section) Fellowship is designed to stimulate public understanding of the chemical industries. Applications are encouraged from writers, journalists, educators, and historians of science, technology, or business. Multimedia, popular book projects, and Web-based projects are encouraged. Applicants must specify how the outcomes of their projects will reach a broad audience. […]
This award supports scholars doing research in the history and social studies of chemistry and related sciences, technologies, and industries. Stipends are $3,000 per month. Short-term fellowships can last 1-4 months.