The Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship (DPDF) Student Fellowship Competition is organized to help graduate students in the humanities and social sciences formulate effective research proposals through exploratory research and exchanges with other scholars within interdisciplinary areas of study. Deadline is February 3, 2014.
These fellowships are made to Ph.D. candidates who are entering the dissertation stage of graduate school. Usually, this means that fieldwork or other research is complete and writing has begun. If analysis and writing are not far enough along for an applicant to be confident that he will complete the dissertation within the year, he should not apply, as the application will not be competitive with those that comply with this timetable. Questions that interest the foundation concern violence and aggression in relation to social change, intergroup conflict, war, terrorism, crime, and family relationships, among other subjects. Dissertations with no relevance to understanding human violence and aggression will not be supported. Priority will also be given to areas and methodologies not receiving adequate attention and support from other funding sources.
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This $2,000 award, funded jointly by the Folger Institute and the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, is given annually to an ABD graduate student or a postdoctoral scholar conducting research in the period 1660 to 1815. ASECS/Folger Institute Fellowship recipients must be members in good standing of ASECS. Applications are reviewed at the September deadline as announced in the Institute’s annual brochure. Preference is given to those candidates who are applying for a Folger Institute seminar, but the fellowship may also support independent research at the Folger Shakespeare Library.
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The Hayek fund awards grants to aspiring and established academics pursuing liberty-advancing careers and educational initiatives that go beyond standard curricula. The two-fold aim is to help scholars advance their careers, and to innovatively connect students with the ideas of liberty. Career development grants are for students and untenured scholars. These grants can cover travel, application fees, conference fees, and other career-related expenses. Eligible career-advancing activities include, but are not limited to: 1) presentations at academic or professional conferences; 2) travel to academic job interviews on a campus or at professional/academic conferences; 3) travel to archives or libraries for research; participation in career-development or enhancing seminars; 4) distribution of a published article to colleagues in your field; and/or 5) submission of unpublished manuscripts to journals or book publishers. Hayek Fund awards are not given for conference attendance alone. Funding will only be considered for individuals presenting a paper or interviewing for a job at a conference.
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Graduate and undergraduate abstracts from all fields, topics, and grade levels are accepted. Abstracts should be no more than 250 words and should contain the following aspects:
- A clear statement of the central issue to be investigated
- A description of the results of the study, including reference to what was investigated (i.e., data, texts, etc.)
- An interpretation of the study’s results
- A note as to the significance of the findings as they relate to your discipline
All submissions are reviewed by UT Arlington faculty from a variety of disciplines. Students participating in ACES should strive to write abstracts that effectively communicate to a general, but well-educated, audience.
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Abstracts are due by 11:59 pm on February 7, 2014.
UT-Arlington’s Center for Greater Southwestern Studies invites applications and nominations for the Ida V. Hall and George Kohfeldt Endowed Scholarship in Southwestern Studies. The scholarship is intended to assist students whose studies focus on the Native American Southwest. The scholarship’s namesake is a couple whose friendship — and mutual respect for the region’s diverse peoples — spanned several decades.
The $1,000 scholarship is intended to help qualified students defray their expenses at UT-Arlington. Eligible students will be in Southwestern Studies and/or the numerous related disciplines, including, but not limited to, history, anthropology, political science, art, music, geography, Spanish, English, art history, and the history of cartography. Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to apply. Among the factors considered in the review of applicants are histories of involvement with, and interest in, the Native-American community; a strong academic record; and demonstrated financial need. The application deadline is February 1, 2013. For more information and an application form for the Ida V. Hall and George Kohfeldt Scholarship, please contact the Center at Box 19497, UT-Arlington, Arlington, 76019-0497, (817) 272-3997, or email: email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>.
The Dean’s Office has limited funds to exclusively support graduate student research or creative activity that will lead to completion of degree requirements. Please review the “Call for Applications” that accompanies this application for specific qualifications and requirements. Specific travel assistance (airfare, etc) is available through the Dean’s Research Travel Application.
Applications should be submitted electronically (PDF) to Dr. Les Riding-In at email@example.com, or you may hand-deliver applications to the College of Liberal Arts Dean’s Office, 210 University Hall.
The application deadline for Newberry Library Long-Term Fellowships is quickly approaching! Additionally, we offer Short-Term Fellowship opportunities for smaller-scale research projects. Please read on for more information.
The Newberry’s fellowships support humanities research in residence at the Newberry. If you study the humanities, we have something for you. Our collection is wide-ranging, rich, and sometimes eccentric. We offer a lively interdisciplinary community of researchers; individual consultations on your research with staff curators, librarians, and scholars; and an array of scholarly and public programs. All applicants are strongly encouraged to examine the Newberry’s online catalog before applying.
These fellowships support research and writing by post-doctoral scholars. The purpose is to support fellows as they develop or complete larger-scale studies which draw on our collections, and also to nourish intellectual exchange among fellows and the Library community. Fellowship terms range from four to twelve months with stipends of up to $50,400.
Deadline: December 1, 2013
PhD candidates and post-doctoral scholars are eligible for short-term fellowships. The purpose is to help researchers gain access to specific materials at the Newberry that are not readily available to them elsewhere. Short-term fellowships are usually awarded for a period of one month. Most are restricted to scholars who live and work outside the Chicago area. Most stipends are $2,500 per month.
We also invite short-term fellowship applications from teams of two or three scholars to collaborate intensively on a single, substantive project. Each scholar on a team-fellowship is awarded a full stipend.
Deadline: January 15, 2014
Friday, Nov. 22, UH 205, 10-11am
Fulbright Research/Study Grants in the Arts provides funding for individually designed study/research projects in the creative and performing arts. Applicants will submit supplementary materials based on their disciplines.
More Information: http://us.fulbrightonline.org/applicants/application-components/arts
Thursday, Nov. 21, UH 205, 11am-noon
Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships place awardees in a classroom abroad to provide assistance to teachers of English to non-native English-speakers. English Teaching Assistants help teach English language while serving as cultural ambassadors for U.S. culture.
More Information: http://us.fulbrightonline.org/application-components/eta