The Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship provides a stipend of $25,000 for doctoral candidates in their final year of dissertation writing. Awards are made to individuals who bring diversity to the academy and show potential for scholarly achievement.
by Dissertation Writing/Completion
AAHHE and ETS recognize the significant need to increase the number of Hispanics receiving doctoral degrees, entering higher education on the tenure track, and eventually serving in faculty leadership and administrative roles.
The CLAGS Fellowship is open to intellectuals contributing to the field of LGBTQ studies. Intended to give the scholar the most help possible in furthering their work, the fellowship of $2,000 can be used for research, travel, or writing support.
The Jefferson Scholars Foundation encourages applicants from a broad range of disciplines with the potential to shed new light upon contemporary developments in American politics, foreign policy, and America and the World.
This $20,000 award supports doctoral candidates who are non-ROC (non-Taiwan) citizens and who are writing their dissertations in the field of Chinese Studies in the humanities and social sciences enrolled in an accredited university in the United States.
Research grants are awarded to encourage research and writing about Kazimir Malevich. Open to scholars from a variety of humanities disciplines.
This $2,000 award supports dissertation research that addresses any aspect of mental function (e.g., cognition, affect, motivation) and seeks to understand the mind from both a behavioral and neural perspective.
This $19,000 fellowship for the dissertation write-up stage supports members of racial and ethnic groups historically underrepresented in higher education (e.g., African Americans, Alaskan Natives, American Indians, Asian Americans, Hispanics or Latinos, and Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islanders).