Series note: We are pleased to launch the GradFund Throwback Thursday blog series. Each week we will repost one of our most popular blog posts from years past. If you are interested in learning more about research grants and fellowships to support your graduate study, be sure to visit the GradFund Database. Where to begin? Introductions […]
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**Open to Wellesley alumnae only.** For graduate students in Russian studies.
**Open to Wellesley alumnae only.** To provide financial aid for Wellesley students or alumnae continuing their study of economics. Administered by the economics faculty who may name one or two recipients, depending on the income available.
A major goal of the program is to identify and train scholars from underrepresented groups who will go on to launch independent research careers based on external funding sources. The postdoctoral program focuses on development in childhood and adolescence; variations by race and ethnicity, gender, and social class and how these interact with risk and […]
This program will support research and evaluation that advances understanding of the role of relationships in fostering child and adolescent well being and healthy human development. Proposals for research grounded in relational-cultural theory are particularly encouraged, as are those that give particular attention to the ways findings can be used programmatically to help children. Researchers […]
**Open to Wellesley alumnae only.** Professor Elizabeth F. Fisher Fellowship for research or further study in geology or geography, including urban, environmental or ecological studies. Preference given to geology and geography.
**Open to Wellesley alumnae only.** Margaret Freeman Bowers Fellowship for a first year of study in the fields of social work, law, or public policy/public administration, including MBA candidates with plans for a career in the field of social services. Preference will be given to candidates demonstrating financial need.
**Open to Wellesley alumnae only.** Eugene L. Cox Fellowship for graduate study in medieval or renaissance history and culture abroad or in the United States.
**Open to Wellesley alumnae only.** Ruth Ingersoll Goldmark Fellowship for graduate study in English literature or English composition or in the classics.
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.
**Open to Wellesley alumnae only.**Alice Freeman Palmer Fellowship for study or research abroad or in the United States. The holder must be no more than 26 years of age at the time of her appointment and unmarried throughout the whole of her tenure.