The Head Start Graduate Student Research Grants Program provides support for graduate students who form partnerships with Head Start or Early Head Start programs in their communities, as a way of encouraging the conduct of research with Head Start populations. This research contributes to the knowledge base about the best approaches for delivering services to […]
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Dissertation Research & Writing
A doctoral fellowship training program coordinates training and funding for PhD students attending a school of nursing. The program combines the academic environment of a university and the breadth and depth of research at the National Institutes of Health.
Awarded to an outstanding graduate student in a US doctoral program and who has submitted an outline of a thesis dealing with either Greek or Roman art. Preference is given to the applicant who will profit most from utilizing the resources of the Department of Greek and Roman Art.
The fellowships are intended to support scholars from a wide range of backgrounds, who can contribute to the diversity of SHASS and the higher education community. These Fellowships support graduate scholars for a 9-month appointment at MIT that generally runs from September through May.
Dissertation awards in: Fluid Dynamics, Nuclear Physics, Experimental Particle Physics, Computational Physics, Atomic, Molecular, or Optical Physics, Plasma Physics and Beam Physics. See website for details of individual awards. Recipient must be nominated for the award.
Fellowships of $16,000 are given annually to support graduate students working on some aspect of the life and career of Harry S. Truman or of the public and foreign policy issues which were prominent during the Truman years.
This $1,500 award recognizes emerging students of extraordinary potential who have reached the stage of writing an advanced graduate-level dissertation on a topic of direct and demonstrable relevance to the United Nations and/or the UN system.
Award recognizes a CCWH member’s ability to contribute significantly to women in history. Given to a scholar, Ph.D. or A.B.D., who has not followed a traditional academic path of uninterrupted secondary, undergraduate, and graduate degrees leading to a tenured faculty position.
This $7,500 grant supports high quality research in behavioral economics conducted by young investigators. The proposed research may address any economic topic, but all projects must contribute to the Foundation’s mission to improve the social and living conditions in the United States.
This program funds scholarships for promising graduate students enrolled in neuropsychology programs. Two $2,500 awards are given out annually.