At GradFund we often tell students about the benefits of “starting early” when it comes to working on fellowship and grant applications, but what does that really mean? How early is early enough? Read on for a sample month-by-month breakdown of what you should be doing to give yourself the best chances for writing a […]
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Designed to meet the growing needs of schools of public health and other health professions for faculty with community competency. The CHSP post-doctoral program enables scholars to develop and enhance skills in working with communities and engaging in participatory community-based research at institutions where these skills are present. Eligibility Requirements: -Applicant must be a United […]
The Earhart Foundation Fellowships provide funding for scholarly research on American history between 1830 and 1877, with preference given to projects on Civil War topics. Earhart Civil War Fellowships offer a monthly stipend of $4,000 for one to five months’ residence at the Clements. These are post-doctoral fellowships requiring a Ph.D. or equivalent qualifications. Applications […]
Junior researchers, including Research Scientists, Research Investigators, Research Associates, Postdoctoral Fellows and Predoctoral Students are eligible. Applicants must be affiliated with the Survey Research Center or one of its projects. Past year applications due April 27. Applicants with a commitment of $4,000 in matching funds from an SRC research program will be given priority. However, […]
To provide post-doctoral research opportunity for students interested in pursuing an academic career. Participants in the program will receive mentoring to assist them in preparing themselves to enter a tenure track faculty position. Program is open to US citizens and permanent residents who complete a Ph.D. in the Sciences, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) fields.
One Earhart Foundation Fellowship offers $10,000 for scholarly research on any aspect of American history prior to 1900, with an expectation of a residence of two months or more at the Clements. This is a post-doctoral fellowship requiring a completed Ph.D. or equivalent qualifications. Applications must be received by November 1 for residence in the […]
Price Fellowships offer support for short-term research at the Clements Library by graduate students and junior faculty on any topic of American history that is supported by the collections. Grants are for $1,000 and require a minimum visit of one week. Applications must be received by January 15 for research to be undertaken in that […]
“Pensions, Private Accounts, and Retirement Savings Over the Life Course.” The Pnael Study of Income Dynamics, with support from the National Institute on Aging, announces a pilot grant competition to provide funding to 5-10 scholars to use PSID data to conduct research in the area of pensions, private accounts, and retirement savings over the life […]
The Michigan Society Fellows is a 3-year postdoctoral position. Each Fellow has an appointment as Assistant Professor in an affiliated department of the University and an appointment as a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Society of Fellows. The current annual stipend is $52,000.
The Upton Foundation Fellowships also support scholarly research on American history between 1830 and 1877, with preference given to Civil War topics. Upton Civil War Fellowships provide a monthly stipend of $4,000 for one to five months’ residence at the Library. These are post-doctoral fellowships requiring a Ph.D. or equivalent qualifications. Applications must be received […]
The current program emphasizes: research methods appropriate to the study of aging and the aged, including survey research, secondary data analysis, longitudinal analysis, qualitative methods, and evaluation research; the substantive, theoretical, and methodological issues in examining the determinants of successful aging (including physical, psychological, social, religious and spiritual, socioeconomic, racial (ethnic and cultural diversity); a […]