The Stroum Jewish Studies Program at the University of Washington welcomes applications for the Hazel D. Cole Fellowship in Jewish Studies. The Fellowship may be used as a dissertation research/writing fellowship or for post-doctoral studies (Ph.D. received within last three years) in any field of Jewish Studies. Candidates must agree to be in residence at […]
The purpose of the Academy Scholars Program is to identify and support outstanding scholars in the social sciences (including history and law) with an in-depth grounding in non-Western countries or regions. Fellows conduct either post-doctoral or dissertation research in their fields and areas.
The Patricia and Phillip Frost Fellowship is offered to support research in American art and visual culture.
The Guggenheim Fellowship is a 3-12 month residential fellowship for pre or postdoctoral research in aviation and space history. A stipend of $30,000 for predoctoral candidates and $45,000 for postdoctoral candidates will be awarded.
Travel grants of $2,000 for graduate students or postdoctoral scholars from North American institutions are available for projects in archaeological science in Greece. Preference will be given to those who anticipate carrying out the majority of their research at the Wiener Laboratory in Athens.
Exploration Fund, for graduate, post-graduate, doctorate and early career post-doctoral students, provides grants in support of exploration and field research for those who are just beginning their research careers. Awards typically range from $500 to $2500, with a few awards up to a $5000.
The American Indian Program was established to encourage participation of Native Americans in Smithsonian activities and to support collection research, exhibitions, and public programming as they relate to Native peoples. Applicants should apply for stipends through the Office of Fellowships.
The Lemelson Center Fellowship Program supports projects that present creative approaches to the study of invention and innovation in American society. Fellows are expected to reside in the D.C. area, to participate in the Center’s activities, and to make a presentation their work. $575-$870/week.
Dissertation or Postdoctoral Fellowships support research related to aerospace history. Applicants must possess a doctorate degree in history or in a closely related field, or be enrolled as a student (having completed all coursework) in a doctoral degree-granting program.
These short-term grants allow scholars in the social sciences or the humanities who are researching the former Soviet Union (policy-relevant research preferred), and who need to use the library, archival and other specialized resources of the Washington, DC area.