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									      Fellowship                       Link                     Category                   Broad
                                                                                         Categories
American Iris Society:      http://www.irises.org/       plant sciences, iris      Agronomy & Horticulture
Grant for Graduate Study
of the Iridaceae
American Wine Society       http://www.americanwineso    viticulture, enology, wine, Agronomy & Horticulture
Educational Foundation:     ciety.org/web/educ_founda    food, science,
Academic Scholarships       tion.htm                     horticulture
Garden Club of America      http://www.gcamerica.org/s   landscape architecture, Agronomy & Horticulture
and the Landscape           cholarship/thomas.html       horticulture, botany
Architecture Foundation:
The Douglas Dockery
Thomas Fellowship in
Garden History and Design

Garden Club of America      http://www.gcamerica.org/s landscape architecture,     Agronomy & Horticulture
and the University of       cholarship/ecorestor.html horticulture, botany
Wisconsin-Madison
Arboretum: The GCA
Fellowship in Ecological
Restoration
Garden Club of America:     http://www.gcamerica.org/s ethnobotany, botany,        Agronomy & Horticulture
Anne S. Chatham             cholarship/chatham.html    medicine
Fellowship in Medicinal
Botany
Garden Club of America:     http://www.gcamerica.org/s tropical botany,            Agronomy & Horticulture
Awards in Tropical Botany   cholarship/tropical.html   horticulture, science

Garden Club of America:     http://www.centerforplantco botany, horticulture,      Agronomy & Horticulture
Catherine H. Beattie        nservation.org/             conservation, ecology.
Fellowship

Garden Club of America:     http://www.gcamerica.org/ horticulture, agriculture,   Agronomy & Horticulture
Katharine M. Grosscup                                 landscape architecture
Scholarships
Garden Club of America:     http://www.gcamerica.org/ landscape architecture,      Agronomy & Horticulture
Summer Scholarship in                                 horticulture, botany,
Field Botany                                          summer.

Garden Club of America:     http://www.gcamerica.org/s landscape architecture,     Agronomy & Horticulture
The Loy McCandless          cholarship/marks.html      horticulture, science,
Marks Scholarship                                      travel
Herb Society of America,      http://www.herbsociety.org/ herbs, sciences,         Agronomy & Horticulture
Inc.: Research and                                        humanities, social
Education Grant                                           sciences, botany,
                                                          horticulture
Horticulture Services         http://www.si.edu/research/ Washington DC, travel,   Agronomy & Horticulture
Division (Smithsonian                                     horticulture, botany,
Institution): Enid A. Haupt                               landscape architecture
Fellowship in Horticulture


Pioneer Hi-Bred               http://www.pioneer.com/we plant breeding             Agronomy & Horticulture
International, Inc.:          b/site/portal/
Research and Product
Development Pioneer
International Scholarship

Rainforest Alliance,      http://www.rainforest-         forestry, ecology,        Agronomy & Horticulture
Research in Tropical Non- alliance.org/                  environmental sciences
Timber Forest Products:
Kleinhans Fellowship




Rocky Mountain Nature      http://www.rmna.org/          botany, zoology, geology, Agronomy & Horticulture
Association: Fellowship in                               history, ecology,
the Rockies                                              ornithology, wildlife
                                                         sciences, park
                                                         management

UC Berkeley: U.S.             http://www.cnr.berkeley.ed social sciences,          Agronomy & Horticulture
Community Forestry            u/community_forestry/      economics,
Research Fellowship                                      environmental science,
(CFRF) Program                                           forestry, agriculture,
                                                         natural resource
                                                         management,
                                                         environmental policy
Archaeological Institute of http://www.archaeological.o archaeology, Bronze Age Anthropology &
America: Harriet and Leon rg/                                                   Geography
Pomerance Fellowship


Archaeological Institute of http://www.aarome.org/       Rome, archaeology,        Anthropology &
America: Helen M.                                        classics, dissertation,   Geography
Woodruff Fellowship of the                               postdoctoral.
AIA and the American
Academy in Rome
Architectural History and    http://www.si.edu/ofg/intern art history, architectural   Anthropology &
Historic Preservation        .htm                         history, historic            Geography
Division (AHHP), Office of                                preservation, research
the Physical Plant
(Smithsonian Institution):
Internship Program
Leakey Foundation:           http://www.leakeyfoundatio anthropology,           Anthropology &
General Research Grants      n.org/grants/g2.jsp        environments,           Geography
                                                        archeology, human
                                                        paleontology of the
                                                        Miocene, Pliocene, and
                                                        Pleistocene, behavior,
                                                        morphology, and ecology
                                                        of the great apes and
                                                        other primate species,
                                                        behavioral ecology of
                                                        contemporary hunter-
                                                        gatherers.


Lewis and Clark Fund for     http://www.amphilsoc.org/g exploratory field study,       Anthropology &
Exploration and Field        rants/lewisandclark.htm    archeology,                    Geography
Research                                                anthropology, biology,
                                                        ecology, geography,
                                                        geology, linguistics,
                                                        paleontology,




McNeil Center for Early  http://www.mceas.org/diss dissertation, African     Anthropology &
American Studies (MCEAS) ertationfellowships.htm   American studies,         Geography
Dissertation Fellowship                            American studies,
Program                                            anthropology, economics,
                                                   folklore, gender studies,
                                                   history, law, literature,
                                                   music, political science,
                                                   religion, urban studies,
                                                   women’s studies
Wenner-Gren Foundation,      http://www.nationalacadem anthroplogy, dissertation Anthropology &
Dissertation Fieldwork       ies.org/                                            Geography
Grants
Metropolitan Museum of       http://www.metmuseum.or art history, archealogy,      Anthropology &
Art (MMA): Andrew W.         g/education/fellowship.html fine arts                 Geography
Mellon Fellowships

Metropolitan Museum of       http://www.metmuseum.or art history, archealogy,      Anthropology &
Art (MMA): Chester Dale      g/education/fellowship.html fine arts                 Geography
Fellowship




American Architectural       http://www.archfoundation. architecture               Architecture
Foundation and American      org
Institute of Architects:
Scholarship for First
Professional Degree
Candidates
American Architectural       http://www.archfoundation. architecture, French       Architecture
Foundation and Friends of    org
Vieilles Maisons
Francaises: Richard Morris
Hunt Fellowship
American Architectural       http://www.archfoundation. architecture               Architecture
Foundation: RTKL             org
Traveling Fellowship




American Institute of        http://www.aia.org/aah/aah architecture, health care, Architecture
Architects and American      _default                   health facilities planning
Hospital Association:
Graduate Fellowship in
Health Facilities Planning
and Design
American Research Center     http://www.arce.org/abouta Egypt, art, architecture, Architecture
in Egypt: Fellowships        rce/aboutarce.html         archaeology, economics,
                                                        Egyptology, history,
                                                        humanistic social
                                                        sciences, humanities,
                                                        Islamic Studies,
                                                        literature, political
                                                        science, religious
                                                        studies.
Cooper-Hewitt National       http://ndm.si.edu/            summer, art history,       Architecture
Design Museum                                              architecture, museum
(Smithsonian Institution):                                 studies, museum
Internship Program                                         education, design,
                                                           graphics, environmental
                                                           design, industrial design,
                                                           design history, design
                                                           criticism
Graham Foundation:           http://www.grahamfoundati architecture, landscape         Architecture
Carter Manny Award           on.org/                   architecture, interior
                                                       design, architectural
                                                       technologies,
                                                       architectural research,
                                                       architectural history,
                                                       architectural theory,
                                                       urban design, urban
                                                       planning, dissertation
Asian Cultural Council       http://www.asianculturalcou Asia, humanities, social Art & Art History
(ACC): Asian Art and         ncil.org/                   sciences, art, art history,
Religion Fellowship                                      religion.




Hagley Museum and            http://www.hagley.lib.de.us/ economic, business,          Art & Art History
Library, Center for the      center.html                  industrial, technological
History of Business,                                      history, arts, design
Technology, and Society:                                  architecture, crafts, fine
Hagley-Winterthur                                         arts
Fellowships in Arts and
Industries
Hirshhorn Museum and         http://www.si.edu/ofg/intern art history, museum          Art & Art History
Sculpture Garden             .htm                         studies, museum
(Smithsonian Institution):                                education, arts
Graduate Student                                          management
Internships
National Association of      http://www.nadaweb.org/       decorative art, object      Art & Art History
Dealers in Antiques                                        conservation, museum
(NADA): Scholarship Fund                                   studies

National Gallery of Art-  http://www.nga.gov/resourc art history, theory ,             Art & Art History
Center for Advanced Study es/casvapre.htm            criticism, architecture,
in the Visual Arts:                                  urbanism
Predoctoral Fellowship
Program
National Gallery of Art-      http://www.nga.gov/resourc travel, art history, art,   Art & Art History
Center for Advanced Study     es/casvatrv.htm            architecture, US history
in the Visual Arts:
Predoctoral Fellowship
Program for Travel Abroad
for Historians of American
Art
National Gallery of Art--J.   http://www.nga.gov/resourc art history, art            Art & Art History
Paul Getty Trust Paired       es/casvaflws.shtm          conservation, painting,
Fellowship for Research in                               sculpture, architecture,
Conservation and the                                     landscape architecture,
History of Art and                                       urbanism, prints and
Archaeology, Center for                                  drawings, film,
Advanced Study in the                                    photograph, decorative
Visual Arts                                              arts, industrial design


Smithsonian American Art      http://www.si.edu/ofg/fell.ht art history, American    Art & Art History
Museum (SAAM)                 m                             studies, American
(Smithsonian Institution):                                  history, studio art
Advanced Level
Internships
Smithsonian American Art      http://www.si.edu/ofg/fell.ht American art and visual Art & Art History
Museum (SAAM)                 m                             culture, studio crafts,
(Smithsonian Institution):                                  decorative arts, history of
Fellowship Opportunities                                    art, history
in American Art.


Smithsonian American Art http://www.si.edu/ofg/fell.ht art history, American         Art & Art History
Museum (SAAM)              m                           studies, American
(Smithsonian Institution):                             history, studio art,
Summer Internships                                     summer

Smithsonian Center for        http://www.si.edu/ofg/fell.ht museum theory            Art & Art History
Education and Museum          m
Studies (SCEMS)
(Smithsonian Institution):
Fellowships in Museum
Practice
Solomon R. Guggenheim         http://www.guggenheim.org arts administration, art     Art & Art History
Museum: Academic Year         /education/get_involved.sht history, conservation,
Internship Program            ml                          education, film and
                                                          media studies, museum
                                                          studies, public affairs,
                                                          education, finance,
                                                          museum planning,
                                                          photography
Solomon R. Guggenheim         http://www.guggenheim.org arts administration, art   Art & Art History
Museum: Hilla Rebay           /education/get_involved.sht history, conservation,
International Internship      ml                          education, film and
                                                          media studies, museum
                                                          studies, public affairs,
                                                          education, finance,
                                                          museum planning,
                                                          photography, languages,
                                                          travel
Solomon R. Guggenheim         http://www.guggenheim.org arts administration, art     Art & Art History
Museum: Summer                /education/get_involved.sht history, conservation,
Internship for Diversity in   ml                          education, film and
the Museum Profession                                     media studies, museum
                                                          studies, public affairs,
                                                          education, finance,
                                                          museum planning,
                                                          photography, summer,
                                                          ethnic minorities, New
                                                          York
Solomon R. Guggenheim         http://www.guggenheim.org summer, arts                 Art & Art History
Museum: Summer                /education/get_involved.sht administration, art
Internship Program            ml                          history, conservation,
                                                          education, film and
                                                          media studies, museum
                                                          studies, public affairs,
                                                          education, finance,
                                                          museum planning,
                                                          photography
American Institute of         http://www.aicpa.org/memb business, accounting         Business
Certified Public              ers/div/career/mini/jlcs.htm
Accountants (AICPA):
John L. Carey
Scholarships
Association for               http://airweb.org/          education, finance,        Business
Institutional Research                                    academic affairs,
(AIR): Dissertation Grant                                 instruction, student
Program                                                   services, institutional
                                                          development, research,
                                                          dissertation
CIRI Foundation               http://www.thecirifoundatio Alaska, business,          Business
Scholarship Program:          n.org/                      education, math,
Special Excellence                                        sciences, health
Scholarships                                              services, engineering

Congressional Budget          http://www.cbo.gov/employ summer, economics,           Business
Office: Summer                ment/intern.shtml         public policy, health
Internships                                             policy, financial
                                                        management,
                                                        mathematics, statistics
CPCU - Harry J. Loman       http://cpculoman.cpcusocie insurance                     Business
Foundation: Matching        ty.org/
Funds Scholarship
Program

Government Finance          http://www.gfoa.org/         public administration,      Business
Officers Association of the                              finance, business
United States and Canada:                                administration, social
Daniel B. Goldberg                                       sciences.
Scholarship
Government Finance          http://www.gfoa.org/         public administration,      Business
Officers Association of the                              finance, business
United States and Canada:                                administration, social
Frank L. Greathouse                                      sciences.
Government Accounting
Scholarship

Government Finance          http://www.gfoa.org/         public administration,      Business
Officers Association of the                              finance, business
United States and Canada:                                administration, social
George A. Nielsen Public                                 sciences.
Investor Scholarship

Government Finance          http://www.gfoa.org/         public administration,      Business
Officers Association of the                              finance, business
United States and Canada:                                administration, social
Minorities in Government                                 sciences, ethnic
Finance Scholarship                                      minorities

Government Finance          http://www.gfoa.org/         public administration,      Business
Officers Association of the                              finance, business
United States and Canada:                                administration, social
Public Employee                                          sciences.
Retirement Research and
Administration
Scholarship

Hagley Museum and           http://www.hagley.lib.de.us/ economic, business,         Business
Library, Center for the     center.html                  industrial, technological
History of Business,                                     history, research,
Technology, and Society:                                 dissertation
Grants-in-aid
Hagley Museum and           http://www.hagley.lib.de.us/ economic, business,         Business
Library, Center for the     center.html                  industrial, technological
History of Business,                                     history, research,
Technology, and Society:                                 dissertation
Henry Belin Du Pont
Dissertation Fellowship
Inter-American              https://enet.iadb.org/jobs/si summer, social sciences, Business
Development Bank (IDB):     prog.asp                      finance, administration,
Summer Internship                                         computer sciences,
Program                                                   engineering, law,
                                                          economics.

Joint Japan/World Bank      http://web.worldbank.org/W economics, business,  Business
Regular Graduate            BSITE/EXTERNAL/WBI/E public affairs, technology,
Scholarship Program         XTWBISFP/0,,menuPK:55 foreign students
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Social Science Research     http://www.ssrc.org/        summer, economics,         Business
Council (SSRC), Program                                 agricultural economics,
in Applied Economics:                                   public policy
Summer Workshop in
Applied Economics.

Social Science Research     http://www.ssrc.org/        research, social           Business
Council (SSRC), The                                     sciences, humanities,
Corporation as a Social                                 history, dissertation
Institution Program:
Dissertation Research
Grants.

American Institute for      http://www.aier.org/progra economics, summer           Business
Economic Research:          ms/student_fellow.php?cat
Summer Fellowships in       =about
Economics




German Marshall Fund of     http://www.gmfus.org/templ Europe, economics,          Business
the United States:          ate/index.cfm              political science, social
Research Fellowship                                    science
Program

Marketing Science           http://www.msi.org/awards/ dissertation, marketing     Business
Institute: Alden G. Clayton index.cfm?id=60
Doctoral Dissertation
Proposal Competition

Community Associations      http://www.cairf.org/scholar community associations, Community & Regional
Institute Research          ships/hanke.aspx             economics, sociology,   Planning
Foundation: Byron Hanke                                  urban planning, law
Fellowship
Federal Emergency           http://nibs.org/MMC/mmca urban planning, regional     Community & Regional
Management Agency           ctiv4.html               planning, environmental      Planning
(FEMA): Community                                    planning, hazard
Planning Fellowships                                 mitigation, historic
                                                     preservation, economic
                                                     development,
                                                     transportation, land use
                                                     planning, site planning,
                                                     design, zoning
National Institute of       http://nibs.org/MMC/mmca city and regional            Community & Regional
Building Sciences (NIBS),   ctiv4.html               planning, environmental      Planning
Multihazard Mitigation                               planning, historic
Council: Community                                   preservation, disaster
Planning Fellowships                                 mitigation and recovery

U.S. Department of          http://www.oup.org/progra   architecture, history,      Community & Regional
Housing and Urban           ms/aboutDDRG.asp            planning, economics,        Planning
Development (HUD), Office                               anthropology,
of University Partnerships:                             government, sociology,
Doctoral Dissertation                                   public policy, dissertation
Research Grants

U.S. Department of          http://www.oup.org/progra   history, public policy,   Community & Regional
Housing and Urban           ms/aboutEDSRG.asp           government, sociology,    Planning
Development (HUD), Office                               economics, research
of University Partnerships:
Early Doctoral Student
Research Grants

Charles Babbage Institute - http://www.cbi.umn.edu/res computer science,          Computer Science
Center for the History of   earch/tfellowship.html     technology, dissertation
Information Processing:
Adelle and Erwin Tomash
Fellowship in the History
of Information Processing
Department of Energy         https://www2.krellinst.org/c computer science          Computer Science
Computational Science        sgf/application/
Fellowship




Google Anita Borg            http://www.google.com/anit computer science,           Computer Science
Scholarships                 aborg/                     computer engineering

Link Foundation:             http://www.ist.ucf.edu/link_f engineering, computer    Computer Science
Fellowships in Advanced      oundation.htm                 science, human factors
Simulation & Training
U.S. Department of Energy    http://www.krellinst.org/csgf science, computational   Computer Science
(DOE): Computational         /index.shtml                  science methods,
Science Graduate                                           physical sciences,
Fellowship Program                                         engineering,
                                                           mathematical sciences,
                                                           life sciences,
                                                           engineering, computer
                                                           science, applied
                                                           mathematics
U.S. Department of Energy http://www.krellinst.org/csgf computer science            Computer Science
(DOE): High Performance /index.shtml
Computer Science
Graduate Fellowship
(HPCS)




National Institute of     http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/nij crime, justice, law,         Criminal Justice
Justice Graduate Research /funding.htm                 dissertation
Fellowship Program
National Institute of         http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/nij criminal justice, law,   Criminal Justice
Justice: Research             /funding.htm                 Doctoral
Opportunity




American Council of       http://www.acls.org/fel-         language training        Education
Learned Societies (ACLS): comp.htm
East European Language
Training Grants.

District of Columbia: State http://www.seo.dc.gov/seo/ District of Columbia         Education
Student Incentive Grant     site/default.asp           students
Program


Frederick Douglass            http://www.chss.iup.edu/fdi/ education                Education
Institute: Teaching           teach_scholars.htm
Scholars Program




Intercollegiate Studies       http://www.isi.org/programs education, humanities,    Education
Institute (ISI): Richard M.   /fellowships/richard_weave social sciences
Weaver Fellowship             r.html



International Education       http://www.ierf.org/grants.a education, research,     Education
Research Foundation           sp
(IERF): Research Grants


Knowles Science Teaching http://www.kstf.org/              education, science,      Education
Foundation (KSTF): KSTF                                    mathematics
Teaching Fellowships
Korean-American             http://www.kasf.org/       Korean-American             Education
Scholarship Foundation                                 students
(KASF): KASF
Scholarships
Spencer Dissertation        http://www.spencer.org/pro dissertation, education     Education
Fellowships                 grams/fellows/dissertation.
                            htm




California State University http://www.calstate.edu/HR California                  Education
(CSU): Forgivable           /FLP/
Loan/Doctoral Incentive
Program


American Electroplaters     http://www.nasf.org/AM/Te surface-finishing,        Engineering
and Surface Finishers       mplate.cfm?Section=Home chemistry, chemical
Society (AESF): AESF                                  engineering,
Scholarships                                          environmental
                                                      engineering, materials
                                                      science, materials
                                                      engineering, metallurgy,
                                                      metallurgical engineering


American Society of        http://www.ashrae.org/      engineering, heating,       Engineering
Heating, Refrigerating and                             ventilation, air
Air-Conditioning                                       conditioning,
Engineers (ASHRAE):                                    refrigeration, indoor air
ASHRAE New Investigator                                quality, energy
Award                                                  conservation, human
                                                       comfort, HVAC system
                                                       design
American Society of        http://www.ashrae.org/      engineering, heating,     Engineering
Heating, Refrigerating and                             ventilation, air
Air-Conditioning                                       conditioning,
Engineers (ASHRAE):                                    refrigeration, indoor air
Grant-in-Aid for Graduate                              quality, energy
Students                                               conservation, human
                                                       comfort, or HVAC system
                                                       design
Argonne National          http://www.anl.gov/         engineering, computer    Engineering
Laboratory: Nuclear                                   science, summer
Engineering Institute




Concrete Research and    http://www.aci-              engineering, materials   Engineering
Education Foundation     int.org/general/home.asp     science, architecture
(ConREF) of the American
Concrete Institute
International (ACI):
Graduate Student Awards

Dwight David Eisenhower   http://www.nhi.fhwa.dot.gov transportation           Engineering
Graduate Transportation   /home.aspx
Fellowships




Hertz Fellowships         http://www.hertzfndn.org/dx Doctoral,                 Engineering
                          /Fellowships/               aeronautics/astronautics,
                                                      astronomy,
                                                      bioinformatics, biology,
                                                      biophysics,
                                                      biotechnology, chemical
                                                      engineering, chemistry,
                                                      civil engineering,
                                                      computational biology,
                                                      computer science, earth
                                                      sciences, electrical
                                                      engineering, industrial
                                                      engineering, materials
                                                      science, mathematics.
                                                      mechanical engineering,
                                                      neuroscience, nuclear
                                                      engineering, operations
                                                      research, physics,
                                                      quantitative biology,
                                                      science, statistics
IBM: Ph.D. Fellowships      http://www-                    business, chemistry,    Engineering
                            304.ibm.com/jct09002c/uni      computer science,
                            versity/scholars/fellowship/   electrical engineering,
                            phd/                           materials science,
                                                           mathematics, mechanical
                                                           engineering, physics,
                                                           autonomic computing,
                                                           nanotechnology, grid
                                                           computing, e-business,
                                                           biology, computation,
                                                           economics


National Training Systems   http://www.iitsec.org/schola engineering (simulation     Engineering
Association (NTSA):         rships.cfm                   and/or training related),
Interservice / Industry                                  operations research,
Training Systems and                                     mathematics, physics,
Education Conference                                     education, psychology,
Graduate Student                                         modeling, computer
Scholarship.                                             science
NATSO Foundation: The       http://www.natsofoundation logistics, transportation,    Engineering
Bill Moon Scholarship       .org/scholarship/application hospitality management
Program                     /




Semiconductor Research      http://www.src.org/Default. microelectronics,            Engineering
Corporation: Graduate       asp?bhcp=1                  electrical engineering,
Fellowship Program                                      materials science,
                                                        engineering, information
                                                        science, computer
                                                        science, chemical
                                                        engineering
Society of Automotive       http://students.sae.org/awd engineering, mobility        Engineering
Engineers (SAE): SAE        scholar/scholarships/
Doctoral Scholars
Forgivable Loan Program

Society of Automotive       http://students.sae.org/awd science, engineering         Engineering
Engineers (SAE):            scholar/scholarships/
Yanmar/SAE Scholarship


U.S. Department of        http://www.asee.org/ndseg/ science, engineering,           Engineering
Defense: National Defense                            defense
Science and Engineering
Graduate Fellowship
Program
A.T. Anderson Memorial     http://www.fis.ncsu.edu/gra Native Americans, math, Ethnic & Minority
Scholarship                d_fellows/Anderson.htm      science, medicine,
                                                       engineering, physical
                                                       science, natural
                                                       resources




Alfred P. Sloan Foundation http://www.nacme.org/sloa ethnic minorities,        Ethnic & Minority
Scholarship Programs:      n/MPHDP/                  engineering, natural
Minority PhD Program                                 science, mathematics




American Educational       http://www.aera.net/grants education, research,     Ethnic & Minority
Research Association       program/res_training/res_g ethnic minorities
Research Grants            rants/RGFly.html




American Indian Graduate http://www.aigc.com/         Native American          Ethnic & Minority
Center (AIGC): Academic
Year Fellowship


American Indian Graduate http://www.aigc.com/         Native American          Ethnic & Minority
Center (AIGC): Fellowship
American Indian Science   http://www.aises.org/          Native American,           Ethnic & Minority
and Engineering Society                                  environmental science,
(AISES): EPA Tribal Lands                                environmental studies,
Environmental Science                                    engineering disciplines
Scholarship


American Indian Science      http://www.aises.org/       Native American,           Ethnic & Minority
and Engineering Society                                  electrical engineering,
(AISES): General Motors                                  industrial engineering,
Engineering Scholarship                                  mechanical engineering

American Institute of        http://www.aicpa.org/       ethnic minorites,          Ethnic & Minority
Certified Public                                         accounting
Accountants (AICPA):
Minority Doctoral
Fellowships


American Institute of        http://www.aicpa.org/       ethnic minorities,         Ethnic & Minority
Certified Public                                         accounting, business
Accountants (AICPA):                                     administration, finance,
Minority Graduate                                        taxation
Scholarships

American Political Science http://www.apsanet.org/sec ethnic minorities, political Ethnic & Minority
Association (APSA):        tion_427.cfm               science, teaching,
Minority Fellows Program                              research

American Psychological     http://www.apa.org/mfp/       science, mental health,    Ethnic & Minority
Association (APA):                                       nueroscience, biology,
Minority Fellowship                                      ethnic minorities,
Predoctoral Fellowships in                               research
the Neurosciences
American Sociological      http://www.asanet.org/        sociology, ethnic         Ethnic & Minority
Association (ASA):                                       minorities, mental health
Minority Fellowship
Program




American Water Works         http://www.awwa.org/About women, ethnic minorites, Ethnic & Minority
Association: Holly A.        /scholarships.cfm         science, water supply,
Cornell Scholarship                                    water treatment, physical
                                                       sciences, engineering
Ashland University -         http://www3.ashland.edu/a dissertation, ethnic           Ethnic & Minority
Dissertation Writing         cademics/education/Writin minorities
Fellowship                   gFellowshipProgram.html

Asian Cultural Council       http://www.asianculturalcou Asia, Asian student,       Ethnic & Minority
(ACC): Ford Foundation       ncil.org/                   humanities, social
Fellowship                                               sciences, archaeology,
                                                         art history, conservation,
                                                         dance ethnology,
                                                         ethnomusicology,
                                                         museology


Asian Cultural Council       http://www.asianculturalcou Asia, Hong Kong, visual      Ethnic & Minority
(ACC): Hong Kong Arts        ncil.org/                   art, performing arts,
Program                                                  archaeology,
                                                         architecture, art history,
                                                         conservation, crafts,
                                                         dance, film, museology,
                                                         music, painting,
                                                         photography,
                                                         printmaking, sculpture,
                                                         theater, video
Congressional Hispanic       http://www.chci.org/         ethnic minorities,          Ethnic & Minority
Caucus Institute (CHCI):                                  Hispanic students
Scholarship Awards

Consortium for a Strong      http://web.grinnell.edu/dea liberal arts, ethnic         Ethnic & Minority
Minority Presence at         n/csmp/application/         minorities, dissertation,
Liberal Arts Colleges                                    teaching
Dissertation Fellowships


Cooper-Hewitt National       http://ndm.si.edu/           Hispanic students,      Ethnic & Minority
Design Museum                                             museums, arts
(Smithsonian Institution):                                administration, art
Kell-Mu?oz Education                                      history, education,
Fellowship                                                communications,
                                                          museum studies, design,
                                                          architecture




Dartmouth College: Cesar http://www.dartmouth.edu/ arts, sciences,                    Ethnic & Minority
E. Chavez Dissertation                             Dartmouth, Hispanic
Fellowship for U.S.                                students, ethnic
Latina/o Scholars                                  minorities, dissertation
Dartmouth College:          http://www.dartmouth.edu/ dissertation, Native              Ethnic & Minority
Charles A. Eastman                                    American students,
Dissertation Fellowship for                           Dartmouth, ethnic
Native American Scholars                              minorities

Dartmouth College:          http://www.dartmouth.edu/ African-American            Ethnic & Minority
Thurgood Marshall                                     students, ethnic
Dissertation Fellowships                              minorities, arts, sciences,
for African-American                                  dissertation
Scholars
Eastern Association of      http://www.eace.org/commi human resources,                  Ethnic & Minority
Colleges and Employers      ttees/diversity/scholarship.t college relations, career
(EACE): Rick McLellan       af                            development, ethnic
Memorial Scholarship                                      minorities, disabled, gay
                                                          or lesbian.
Educational Testing         http://www.ets.org/portal/sit   psychology, education,       Ethnic & Minority
Service (ETS):              e/ets/menuitem.3a88fea28f       teaching, psychometrics,
Postdoctoral Fellowship     42ada7c6ce5a10c3921509          statistics, literacy, policy
Program                     /?vgnextoid=85b65784623f        research, computer
                            4010VgnVCM10000022f95           science, linguistics,
                            190RCRD                         educational technology,
                                                            minority issues,
                                                            postdoctoral, research



Five College Fellowship     http://www.fivecolleges.edu ethnic minorities,              Ethnic & Minority
for Minority Scholars       /academic_programs/acad dissertation
Program                     emprog_fellowship.html




Frederick Douglass        http://www.rochester.edu/c African studies, African- Ethnic & Minority
Institute for African and ollege/AAS/                American studies, ethnic
African-American Studies,                            minorities, dissertation
University of Rochester:
Pre-doctoral Fellowship

Fund for Theological      http://www.thefund.org/           theological, religious      Ethnic & Minority
Education, North American                                   studies, ethnic minorities.
Doctoral Fellows Program
GEM Fellowship Program      http://www.gemfellowship.o Masters and Doctoral,       Ethnic & Minority
                            rg/gem_fellowship/overvie engineering, sciences,
                            w.php                      ethnic minorities




Hellenic University Club of http://www.hucny.org/      medical, biological,        Ethnic & Minority
New York: Dr. Frederick                                behavioral, or social
E.G. Valergakis Research                               sciences, Hellenic
Grant

Hellenic University Club of http://www.hucny.org/      Hellenic studies,            Ethnic & Minority
New York: Dr. George                                   archaeology, history,
Papanicolaou Hellenic                                  arts, culture, theater arts,
Heritage Graduate                                      language anthropology
Research Grant
Henry A. Murray Research http://www.radcliffe.edu/mu   dissertation, social       Ethnic & Minority
Center of Radcliffe         rray_redirect/index.php    sciences, behavioral
College: Adolescent and                                science, ethnic minorities
Youth Dissertation Award
Hispanic Scholarship Fund http://www.hsf.net/scholars hispanic students            Ethnic & Minority
(HSF)                     hips.php




HSF/Pfizer, Inc Fellowship http://www.hsf.net/scholars Hispanic American           Ethnic & Minority
Program Hispanic           hip/programs/pfizer.php     students, summer
Scholarship Fund|




Institute for the Study of   http://www.comptonfoundat social sciences, history,   Ethnic & Minority
World Politics: Dorothy      ion.org/fellowships.html  economics, political
Danforth Compton                                       science, international
Fellowships for Master's                               relations, ethinc
Level Work                                             minorities

Inter-American Press         http://www.sipiapa.org/othe Canada, Latin America,    Ethnic & Minority
Association (IAPA):          ractivities/scholarships.cfm travel, journalism
Scholarships
International Institute for http://www.iiasa.ac.at/Admi Mexican students,         Ethnic & Minority
Applied Systems Analysis n/YSP/scholar-                 economics, risk analysis,
(IIASA): Luis Donaldo       fellow.html?sb=20           atmospheric science,
Colosio Fellowship                                      earth sciences, global
                                                        change studies, applied
                                                        mathematics, statistics,
                                                        systems analysis,
                                                        environmental policy,
                                                        engineering, forestry,
                                                        remote sensing,
                                                        geography, physics,
                                                        chemistry, ecology,
                                                        international law, energy
                                                        studies, water resources,
                                                        political science



John Hope Franklin           http://www.amphilsoc.org/g dissertation research,    Ethnic & Minority
Dissertation Fellowship      rants/johnhopefranklin.htm doctoral candidate,
                                                        minority students,
                                                        quantum mechanics,
                                                        nuclear physics,
                                                        computer development,
                                                        the history of genetics
                                                        and eugenics, the history
                                                        of medicine, Early
                                                        American political and
                                                        cultural history, natural
                                                        history in the 18th and
                                                        19th centuries, the
                                                        development of cultural
                                                        anthropology, American
                                                        Indian linguistics and
                                                        culture
Minoroty Fellowship         http://www.asanet.org/cs/ro sociology, ethnic           Ethnic & Minority
Program                     ot/leftnav/funding/minority_ minorities, mental health,
                            fellowship_program           drug abuse research




Mustard Seed Foundation http://www.msfdn.org/hom international economics, Ethnic & Minority
& Coalition for Christian  e/index.cfm           journalism, news media,
Colleges and Universities:                       telecommunications,
Harvey Fellows Program                           government, corporate or
                                                 university-sponsored high-
                                                 tech research, visual and
                                                 performing arts, law,
                                                 corporate and
                                                 international finance,
                                                 educational policy;
                                                 research, teaching,
                                                 administration


Mystic Seaport, Frank C.   http://www.mysticseaport.o history, science and     Ethnic & Minority
Munson Institute of        rg/                        technology studies,
American Maritime                                     English language and
Studies: Paul Cuffe                                   literature, Africana
Memorial Fellowship for                               studies, industrial and
the Study of Minorities in                            labor relations, New
American Maritime History                             England maritime history


National Aeronautics and    http://www.nasa.gov/audie   astrophysics, solar        Ethnic & Minority
Space Administration        nce/forstudents/postsecon   systems exploration,
(NASA): Graduate Student    dary/learning/Graduate_St   space physics, earth
Researchers Program         udent_Researchers_Progr     science, microgravity
(GSRP)                      am.html                     science and application,
                                                        life sciences, social
                                                        sciences, information
                                                        systems
National Consortium for    http://www.nd.edu/             ethnic minorities,         Ethnic & Minority
Graduate Degrees for                                      engineering, aerospace,
Minorities in Engineering                                 chemical, computer,
and Science, Inc. (GEM):                                  computer science,
Graduate Fellowship                                       electrical, environmental,
Programs - M.S.                                           industrial, materials,
Engineering, Ph.D.                                        mechanical, physical and
Engineering, Ph.D. Science                                life sciences biological
                                                          sciences, chemistry,
                                                          mathematics, physics



National Foundation for       http://www2.jewishculture.o dissertation, Jewish      Ethnic & Minority
Jewish Culture: Maurice       rg/grants/doctoral-         Studies
and Marilyn Cohen Fund        dissertation/
for Doctoral Dissertation
Fellowships in Jewish
Studies
National Organization for     http://www.nobcche.org/     African-American           Ethnic & Minority
the Professional                                          students, ethnic
Advancement of Black                                      minorities, chemistry,
Chemists and Chemical                                     chemical engineering, life
Engineers (NOBCChE):                                      sciences
African-American Graduate
Fellowships
New York Association for      http://www.nyana.org/       Jewish Communal           Ethnic & Minority
New Americans, Inc.                                       service, recent immigrant
(NYANA): Graduate                                         students
Scholarship Fund


Northeast Consortium for      http://www.diversityoncamp humanities, social         Ethnic & Minority
Faculty Diversity: Visiting   us.com/                    sciences, dissertation,
Dissertation Scholar-in-                                 ethnic minorities
Residence Fellowships.
Paul and Daisy Soros        http://www.pdsoros.org/abo recent immigrants       Ethnic & Minority
Fellowships for New         ut.html
Americans




Phillips Fund Grant for  http://www.amphilsoc.org/g Native American           Ethnic & Minority
Native American Research rants/phillips.htm         research, linguistics,
                                                    ethnohistory, archeology,
                                                    psycholinguistics,
                                                    ethnography,
                                                    pedegogical
Predoctoral Fellowships in http://www.apa.org/mfp/prp ethnic minorities,            Ethnic & Minority
Nueroscience               rogram.html                nueroscience




Robert L. Millender Sr.      http://www.wayne.edu/      social services, public     Ethnic & Minority
Memorial Fund: Millender                                service, law, political
Fellowship                                              science, business
                                                        administration, public
                                                        administration, ethnic
                                                        minorities
Shalem Center: Shalem     http://www.shalem.org.il/     constitutionalism, political Ethnic & Minority
Graduate, Dissertation &                                philosophy, economic
Post-Doctoral Fellowships                               deregulation, education,
                                                        government reform,
                                                        Zionist theory, history,
                                                        Israeli foreign policy,
                                                        Jewish social thought,
                                                        religion, Israeli culture,
                                                        cultural institutions,
                                                        Jerusalem, travel


Smithsonian Center for     http://www.si.edu/ofg/Appli US Latino history, art, or Ethnic & Minority
Latino Initiatives (SCLI)  cations/LSFELL/LSFELLap culture, ethnic minorities,
(Smithsonian Institution): p.htm                       Latino students,
Latino Studies Predoctoral                             dissertation
Fellowships

Smithsonian Institution,     http://www.si.edu/ofg/Appli Native American studies, Ethnic & Minority
Office of Fellowships,       cations/NAP/NAPapp.htm ethnic minorities, Native
Native American Awards                                   American students
Program: Native American
Community Scholar
Awards
Smithsonian Institution,     http://www.si.edu/ofg/Appli Native American studies, Ethnic & Minority
Office of Fellowships,       cations/NAP/NAPapp.htm ethnic minorities, Native
Native American Awards                                   American students
Program: Native American
Internships
Smithsonian Institution, http://www.si.edu/ofg/Appli Native American studies, Ethnic & Minority
Office of Fellowships,   cations/NAP/NAPapp.htm ethnic minorities, Native
Native American Awards                               American students
Program: Native American
Visiting Student Awards

Smithsonian Institution, http://www.si.edu/ofg/Appli business, public                 Ethnic & Minority
Office of Fellowships:   cations/WEBB/WEBBapp. administration, ethnic
James E. Webb Internship htm                         minorities, summer



Smithsonian Institution,      http://www.si.edu/ofg/intern ethnic minorities          Ethnic & Minority
Office of Fellowships:        .htm
Minority Internships

St. Lawrence University:      http://www.stlawu.edu/       sciences, ethnic           Ethnic & Minority
Jeffrey Cambell Graduate                                   minorities
Fellows Program.


TIAA-CREF: Ruth Simms         http://www.tiaa-             Africa, social sciences    Ethnic & Minority
Hamilton Research             crefinstitute.org/
Fellowship

U.S. Department of Health http://ahrq.gov/fund/ongoin ethnic minorities,              Ethnic & Minority
and Human Services (NIH), g.htm                       healthcare, medicine
Agency for Healthcare
Research and Quality
(AHRQ): Predoctoral
Fellowship Awards for
Minority Students

University of California at   http://www.blackstudies.uc dissertation, African        Ethnic & Minority
Santa Barbara Center for      sb.edu/student_info/fellows studies
Black Studies: Dissertation   hip.html
Fellowships
Xerox Corporation: Xerox      http://www.xerox.com/go/xr   chemistry; chemical, civil, Ethnic & Minority
Technical Minority            x/template/009.jsp?view=F    computer, electrical,
Scholarships                  eature&ed_name=Careers       imaging, mechanical,
                              _University_Internships&X    optical, software
                              cntry=USA&Xlang=en_US        engineering, information
                                                           management; physics,
                                                           materials science, ethnic
                                                           minorities
Yivo Institute for Jewish   n on                       East European Jewish         Ethnic & Minority
Research: Fellowships                                  studies, American Jewish
                                                       history, Jewish American
                                                       labor movement, East
                                                       European Jewish music,
                                                       modern Polish-Jewish
                                                       history, Yiddish literature,
                                                       Jewish educational
                                                       networks in the pre and
                                                       postwar Vilna region,
                                                       Lithuanian Jewish
                                                       history, Yiddish education



SUNY: Underrepresented      http://www.cwig.albany.edu ethnic minorities, New      Ethnic & Minority
Graduate Fellowship         /                          York
Program
Jack Kent Cooke             http://www.jackkentcookefo educational expenses,       Financial Need
Foundation Graduate         undation.org/jkcf_web/cont leadership, public
Scholarship Program         ent.aspx?page=Grad&_red service, financial need
                            ir=991




Asian Cultural Council      http://www.asianculturalcou visual art, performing    Fine & Performing Arts
(ACC): ACC Fellowship       ncil.org/                   arts, Asia, Asian student
Asian Cultural Council       http://www.asianculturalcou Asia, visual art,            Fine & Performing Arts
(ACC): ACC Residency         ncil.org/                   performing arts,
Program                                                  archaeology,
                                                         architecture, art history,
                                                         art conservation,
                                                         architectural
                                                         conservation, crafts,
                                                         dance, film, museology,
                                                         music, painting,
                                                         photography,
                                                         printmaking, sculpture,
                                                         theater, video.
Edward F. Albee            http://www.albeefoundation fine arts, summer               Fine & Performing Arts
Foundation, Inc.: William .org/Guidelines%20&%20A
Flanagan Memorial          pplication.html
Creative Persons Center
(The Barn)- Fellowship for
Artists/Writers/Composers


Elizabeth Greenshields     http://www.calarts.edu/        fine arts, painting,        Fine & Performing Arts
Foundation: Grants for Art                                drawing, printmaking,
Students                                                  sculpture



Metropolitan Museum of       http://www.metmuseum.or art history, archealogy,         Fine & Performing Arts
Art (MMA): Jane and          g/education/fellowship.html fine arts
Morgan Whitney
Fellowships


Metropolitan Museum of       http://www.metmuseum.or history of art, art             Fine & Performing Arts
Art (MMA): Leo and Julia     g/education/fellowship.html conservation, fine arts,
Forchheimer Fellowship                                   textiles, costume, textiles




Metropolitan Museum of       http://www.metmuseum.or history of art, art              Fine & Performing Arts
Art (MMA): Polaire           g/education/fellowship.html conservation, fine arts,
Weissman Fellowship                                      textiles, costume



Millay Colony for the Arts: http://www.millaycolony.org art, writing, visual art, Fine & Performing Arts
Residency                   /apply                      composition, videography
Nadia and Lili Boulanger     http://www.fondation-       music, fine arts           Fine & Performing Arts
International Foundation:    boulanger.com/
Scholarship

National Gallery of Art-     http://www.nga.gov/resourc painting, sculpture,       Fine & Performing Arts
Center for Advanced Study es/casva.htm                  architecture, landscape
in the Visual Arts: Visiting                            architecture, urbanism,
Senior Fellowship Program                               prints and drawings, film,
                                                        photography, decorative
                                                        arts, industrial design,
                                                        postdoctoral


Radcliffe Institute:         http://www.radcliffe.edu/   creative arts, fine arts   Fine & Performing Arts
Fellowship Program for
Creative Artists




Wolf Trap Foundation for     http://www.wolf-trap.org/   music, opera, education, Fine & Performing Arts
the Performing Arts:                                     development,
Internship Program                                       communications,
                                                         marketing, advertising,
                                                         graphic design,
                                                         publishing, media
                                                         relations, photography,
                                                         human resources,
                                                         accounting, sales
                                                         information systems,
                                                         Internet programs,
                                                         special events, arts


American Congress on         http://acsm.net/scholar.htm Geodetic surveying,        Geosciences
Surveying and Mapping        l                           geodesy
(ACSM) & American
Association for Geodetic
Surveying (AAGS): AAGS
Graduate Fellowship
Award
American Congress on         http://acsm.net/scholar.htm cartography, geographic Geosciences
Surveying and Mapping        l                           information sciences,
(ACSM) & Cartography and                                 mapping sciences
Geographic Information
Society (CaGIS): CaGIS
Scholarship Award
American Meteorological http://www.ametsoc.org/am atmospheric science,         Geosciences
Society (AMS):          sstudentinfo/scholfeldocs/i oceanic sciences,
AMS/Industry/Government ndex.html                   hydrologic sciences,
Graduate Fellowships in                             chemistry, computer
the Atmosphere and                                  sciences, engineering,
Related Oceanic and                                 environmental sciences,
Hydrologic Sciences                                 math, physics

American Meteorological     http://www.ametsoc.org/am atmospheric science,     Geosciences
Society (AMS): Graduate     sstudentinfo/scholfeldocs/i oceanic science,
Fellowship in the History   ndex.html                   hydrologic sciences,
of Science                                              dissertation.

American Society for    http://www.asprs.org/mem photogrammetry, remote Geosciences
Photogrammetry & Remote bership/scholar.html     sensing.
Sensing (ASPRS): LH
Systems Internship

American Society for    http://www.asprs.org/mem theoretical                   Geosciences
Photogrammetry & Remote bership/scholar.html     photogrammetry,
Sensing (ASPRS): Robert                          mathematical
E. Altenhofen Memorial                           photogrammetry.
Scholarship

American Society for        http://www.asprs.org/mem photogrammetry, remote Geosciences
Photogrammetry & Remote     bership/scholar.html     sensing
Sensing (ASPRS): Space
Imaging Award for
Application of Digital
Landsat TM Data
American Society for        http://www.asprs.org/mem remote sensing, travel    Geosciences
Photogrammetry & Remote     bership/scholar.html
Sensing (ASPRS): Ta
Liang Memorial Award

American Society for     http://www.asprs.org/mem remote sensing               Geosciences
Photogrammetry & Remote bership/scholar.html
Sensing (ASPRS): William
A. Fischer Memorial
Scholarship
Department of Energy,     http://www.atmos.anl.gov/    earth sciences, weather, Geosciences
Global Change Education GCEP/                          atmospheric sciences,
Project, (GCEP): Graduate                              ecology, global carbon
Research Environmental                                 cycles, climatology,
Fellowships                                            paleoclimatology,
                                                       terrestrial processes,
                                                       integrated assessment
                                                       and prediction, computer
                                                       modeling, earth system
                                                       processes.



Geological Society of       http://www.geosociety.org/ geology, earth sciences, Geosciences
America (GSA): Research                                research
Grants Program

Significant Opportunities   http://www.soars.ucar.edu/ geosciences, biology,     Geosciences
in Atmospheric Research                                chemistry, computer
and Science (SOARS)                                    science, earth science,
                                                       engineering,
                                                       environmental science,
                                                       mathematics,
                                                       meteorology,
                                                       oceanography, physics,
                                                       social science, ethnic
                                                       minorities, summer
Society of Exploration    http://www.seg.org/          geophysics, geology,      Geosciences
Geophysicists Foundation:                              physics, science
SEG Foundation
Scholarship Program


Woods Hole                 http://www.whoi.edu/        fluid dynamics, physical Geosciences
Oceanographic Institution:                             oceanography,
Geophysical Fluid                                      meteorology,|astrophysic
Dynamics Fellowships                                   s, planetary
                                                       atmospheres, geological
                                                       fluid dynamics,
                                                       hydromagnetics, applied
                                                       mathematics
American Numismatic          http://www.numismatics.or Numismatics, history,       History
Society: Grant for the       g/                        classical studies,
Graduate Seminar                                       economic history.




Bibliographical Society of   http://www.bibsocamer.org/ books, history,            History
America: Fellowship          fellows.htm                bibliographical inquiry,
Program                                                 research




George C. Marshall/Baruch http://www.marshallfoundat history, social sciences,     History
Fellowships               ion.org/education/marshall- political science,
                          baruch.html                 research



Harry S. Truman Library      http://www.trumanlibrary.or history, government,      History
Institute: Dissertation Year g/grants/                   political science,
Fellowship                                               dissertation




Harry S. Truman Library    http://www.trumanlibrary.or history, government,        History
Institute: Research Grants g/grants/                   enduring public policy,
                                                       foreign policy, research
Harvard University,        http://www.doaks.org/       Byzantine studies,          History
Dumbarton Oaks: Bliss                                  Roman, early Christian,
Prize Fellowship in                                    Western medieval,
Byzantine Studies                                      Slavic, Near Eastern
Harvard University,    http://www.doaks.org/             Byzantine studies,         History
Dumbarton Oaks: Summer                                   Roman, early Christian,
Fellowships                                              Western medieval,
                                                         Slavic, Near Eastern
                                                         studies, pre-Columbian
                                                         studies, Mexico, Central
                                                         America, Andean South
                                                         America, gardening,
                                                         landscape studies,
                                                         horticulture, landscape
                                                         preservation, summer


Harvard University,          http://www.wcfia.harvard.e social sciences, history, History
Harvard Academy for          du/academy/                law, international studies
International and Area
Studies: Academy
Scholars Program


Intercollegiate Studies      http://www.isi.org/programs history, United States,    History
Institute (ISI): Salvatori   /fellowships/salvatori.html education
Fellowship


Intercollegiate Studies      http://www.isi.org/programs western civilization,       History
Institute (ISI): Western     /fellowships/western_civiliz history, education, social
Civilization Fellowship      ation.html                   sciences

James Madison Memorial       http://www.jamesmadison. history, government,          History
Fellowship Foundation:       com/                     teaching, education
Fellowship Program


John Carter Brown            http://www.brown.edu/Facili history, colonial American History
Library: Short Term          ties/John_Carter_Brown_Li (North and South),
Research Fellowships         brary/                      Europe, African
                                                         American involvement,
                                                         Native American
                                                         involvement, gender,
                                                         women, books, maritime,
                                                         Jewish, Spanish


Leo Baeck Institute: David http://www.lbi.com/           Germanic studies,          History
Baumgardt Memorial                                       history, near eastern
Fellowship                                               studies, philosophy.
Leo Baeck Institute: Fred    http://www.lbi.com/        history, sociology,        History
Grubel Fellowship                                       literature, Jewish studies
                                                        programs, refugees of
                                                        the 1930s and 1940s,
                                                        summer
Leo Baeck Institute: Fritz   http://www.lbi.com/        history, eastern          History
Halbers Fellowship                                      European studies

Leo Baeck Institute:         http://www.lbi.com/        Germany, social         History
LBI/DAAD Fellowships                                    sciences, commuinity,
                                                        intellectual history of
                                                        German-speaking Jewry




Library Resident Research http://www.amphilsoc.org/g short-term, residential,     History
Fellowship: American      rants/resident.htm         library research
Philosophical Society




Lyndon B. Johnson            http://www.lbjlib.utexas.edu President Lyndon        History
Library: Grant-In-Aid of     /                            Johnson
Research.




Medieval Academy &       http://www.medievalacade history, medieval studies History
Richard III Society,     my.org/grants/gradstudent
American Branch: William _grants_schallek.htm
Schallek Memorial
Graduate Fellowship
Award
Metropolitan Museum of       http://www.metmuseum.or art history, Europe, travel History
Art (MMA): Theodore          g/education/fellowship.html
Rousseau Fellowships




Mystic Seaport, Frank C.     http://www.mysticseaport.o summer, Mystic Seaport History
Munson Institute of          rg/
American Maritime
Studies: Summer
Internship in Museum
Studies


National Air and Space       http://www.nasm.si.edu/get engineering, aviation,      History
Museum (NASM)                involved/fellow/index.cfm  history, space flight
(Smithsonian Institution):
A. Verville Fellowship




National Huguenot            http://www.huguenot.netnat Huguenot                    History
Society: Scholarship         ion.com/general/award.htm

National Maritime            http://www.nmm.ac.uk/serv maritime history,            History
Museum's Caird North         er/show/conWebDoc.2040 England, travel.
American Fellowship          3
National Maritime            http://www.nmm.ac.uk/     social sciences,             History
Museum: Caird Senior                                   humanities, maritime
Research Fellowship                                    history, archaeology,
                                                       nautical research,
                                                       slavery, abolition,
                                                       postdoctoral, travel,
                                                       England
National Maritime        http://www.nmm.ac.uk/           social sciences,           History
Museum: Caird Short Term                                 humanities, maritime
Research Fellowship                                      history, archaeology,
                                                         nautical research,
                                                         slavery, abolition,
                                                         postdoctoral, travel,
                                                         England, research
National Museum of           http://www.si.edu/ofg/intern art history, anthropology, History
African Art (Smithsonian     .htm                         museum studies
Institution): Internship
Program
National Museum of            http://www.si.edu/ofg/fellow humanities, social          History
American History (NMAH)       opp.htm                      sciences, research
(Smithsonian Institution):
Lemelson Center
Fellowships

Phi Beta Kappa: Mary          http://staging.pbk.org/AM/T   Greek history,             History
Isabel Sibley Fellowship      emplate.cfm?Section=Sible     archaeology, literature,
                              y_Fellowship&Template=/C      language, France,
                              M/HTMLDisplay.cfm&Cont        language, women
                              entID=2092                    students

Smithsonian Institution       http://siarchives.si.edu/     U.S. history, history of   History
Archives (SIA)                                              science and technology,
(Smithsonian Institution):                                  editing of historic
Internship Program                                          documents, collections
                                                            management,
                                                            preservation of historic
                                                            records

Smithsonian Institution     http://www.sil.si.edu/resear printed materials on        History
Libraries (Smithsonian      chintern/index.htm           world's fairs, commercial
Institution): Baird Society                              trade catalogs, for the
Resident Scholar Program                                 study of industrialization,
                                                         mass production, and
                                                         consumerism, air and
                                                         space history, and
                                                         European and American
                                                         decorative arts,
                                                         architecture, design



Smithsonian Institution      http://www.sil.si.edu/Galaxy history of science and    History
Libraries (Smithsonian       .cfm?id=3.3                  technology, especially in
Institution): Dibner Library                              the fields of
of the History of Science                                 mathematics, astronomy,
and Technology Resident                                   classical natural
Scholar Program                                           philosophy, theoretical
                                                          physics, experimental
                                                          physics, engineering
                                                          technology, scientific
                                                          apparatus instruments
Smithsonian Institution    http://www.si.edu/ofg/fell.ht animal behavior,             History
Predoctoral Felowships     m                             anthropology,
                                                         astrophysics,earth
                                                         sciences,
                                                         bioscinces,social and
                                                         cultural history, history of
                                                         art
Smithsonian Institution    http://www.si.edu/research/ natural sciences, social History
Ten Week Graduate                                      and cultural history.
Student Fellowships                                    folklore, anthropology,
                                                       earth sciences, history of
                                                       art, history of science

Social Science Research    http://www.ssrc.org/          social sciences,            History
Council (SSRC),                                          humanities, history,
Philanthropy and the                                     dissertation
Nonprofit Sector:
Dissertation Research
Fellowship.


Temple University, The     http://www.temple.edu/fein summer, Jewish studies, History
Myer and Rosaline          steinctr/main.html         American Jewish history
Feinstein Center for
American and Jewish
History and the American
Jewish Committee:
Summer Research
Fellowship
U.S. Army Center of        http://www.army.mil/cmh-      dissertation, humanities, History
Military History:          pg/CMH/DFellow.htm            social sciences, history
Dissertation Fellowships




American Numismatic        http://www.numismatics.or numismatics, research           History
Society: Donald Groves     g/
Fund
American Numismatic        http://www.numismatics.or numismatics                     History
Society: Frances M.        g/
Schwartz Fellowship
Kappa Omicron Nu Honor       http://www.kon.org/awards/ business, consumer          Honorary Societies
Society: Doctoral            docfelap.html              resource management,
Fellowships.                                            family and consumer
                                                        sciences education, food
                                                        science, nutrition, human
                                                        environment and
                                                        housing, individual and
                                                        family development,
                                                        institution/hotel/restauran
                                                        t management,
                                                        merchandising
                                                        management,
                                                        textiles/apparel, clothing


Kappa Omicron Nu Honor       http://www.kon.org/         business, consumer          Honorary Societies
Society: Master's                                        resource management,
Fellowships                                              family and consumer
                                                         sciences education, food
                                                         science,nutrition, human
                                                         environment and
                                                         housing, individual and
                                                         family development,
                                                         institution/hotel/restauran
                                                         t management,
                                                         merchandising
                                                         management,
                                                         textiles/apparel, clothing


American Society of Travel http://www.astanet.com/ed hotel studies, tourism,       Hospitality Administration
Agents (ASTA), ASTA        ucation/scholarshipa.asp  hospitality industry
Foundation: Holland
America Line-Westours,
Inc. Research Grant

American Society of Travel http://www.astanet.com/ed hotel services, travel,     Hospitality Administration
Agents (ASTA), ASTA          ucation/scholarshipd.asp  tourism
Foundation: Simmons
Scholarship
Melpomene Institute of       http://www.melpomene.org/ childhood obesity,        Human Sciences
Women's Health Research:                               physical activity,
Melpomene Research                                     postpartum depression,
Grant for the Study of Girls                           exercise women/girls,
and Women                                              East African, Muslim,
                                                       Hmong, physical activity,
                                                       healthy aging
Philip Morris External      http://www.weizmann.ac.il/ exposure/biomarkers/dos Human Sciences
Research Program:           RGP_open/postdoc/PMER imetry, epidemiological
Postdoctoral Fellowships    P.html                     research, clinical and
                                                       model systems research,
                                                       tobacco smoke, smoking
                                                       behavior, postdoctoral.



Rural Poverty Research      http://www.rupri.org/      sociology, economics,     Human Sciences
Center (RUPRI): Rural                                  political science,
Poverty Dissertation                                   geography,
Fellowship                                             developmental
                                                       psychology



U.S. Department of Health http://www.hhs.gov/          human development,        Human Sciences
and Human Services (NIH):                              family studies, human
National Center on Child                               service studies,
Abuse and Neglect                                      healthcare




American Institute for      http://www.aiys.org/       Yemen, humanties,         Humanities
Yemeni Studies (AIYS):                                 social sciences,
Mellon Research                                        postdoctoral, Eastern
Fellowships for Central                                Europe, Baltic
and Eastern European
Post-doctoral Scholars in
Yemen

Asian Cultural Council      http://www.asianculturalcou Asia, archaeology,         Humanities
(ACC): Humanities           ncil.org/                   conservation, museology,
Fellowship                                              music theory, history, and
                                                        criticism of architecture,
                                                        art , dance, film, music,
                                                        photography, theater.



Asian Cultural Council      http://www.asianculturalcou Asia, Japan, humanities, Humanities
(ACC): Japan-United         ncil.org/                   visual art, performing arts
States Arts Program
Asian Cultural Council      http://www.asianculturalcou Asia, Taiwan,              Humanities
(ACC): Taiwan Fellowship    ncil.org/                   humanities, visual art,
                                                        performing arts




Charlotte W. Newcombe       http://www.woodrow.org/ne religious studies, ethics,   Humanities
Doctoral Dissertation       wcombe/index.php          humanities, social
Fellowship                                            sciences, dissertation




Commission on            http://www.cicu.org/           humanities, social         Humanities
Independent Colleges and                                sciences, engineering,
Universities' James C.                                  natural sciences
Ross Dissertation
Fellowship Program.
Council of American      http://www.caorc.org/          travel, humanities, social Humanities
Overseas Research                                       sciences, natural
Centers (CAORC): Multi-                                 sciences
Country Research
Fellowships


Council on Library and      http://www.clir.org/        dissertation, humanities, Humanities
Information Resources                                   social sciences
(CLIR): Andrew W. Mellon
Foundation Fellowships
for Dissertation Research

Dolores Zohrab Leibmann http://foundationcenter.org/ Armenian studies,         Humanities
Fund: Graduate          grantmaker/liebmann/         humanities, social
Fellowships                                          sciences, natural
                                                     sciences, law, medicine,
                                                     engineering, architecture
Ford Foundation             http://www.fordfound.org/n Masters or Doctoral,    Humanities
International Fellowships   ews/more/11272000ifp/ind leadership, community
Program                     ex.cfm                     development, education,
                                                       media, arts, culture,
                                                       peace, social justice




Gay and Lesbian Alliance    http://www.glaad.org/      humanities, social         Humanities
Against Defamation                                     sciences, gay and
(GLAAD): GLAAD                                         lesbian students,
Dissertation Fellowship                                dissertation
Program
Getty Education Institute   http://www.getty.edu/grants arts, humanities,         Humanities
for the Arts: Graduate      /education/grad_interns.ht curatorial, education,
Student Internship          ml                          conservation, research,
Program                                                 information
                                                        management, public
                                                        programs, grantmaking.
Getty Education Institute   http://www.getty.edu/grants arts, humanities, social   Humanities
for the Arts: Research      /research/scholars/researc sciences, history of the
Grants for Postdoctoral     h_pre_post_fellows.html     visual arts, conservation,
Fellowship                                              cultural heritage,
                                                        postdoctoral
Getty Education Institute   http://www.getty.edu/grants arts, humanities, social   Humanities
for the Arts: Research      /research/scholars/researc sciences, history of the
Grants for Predoctoral      h_pre_post_fellows.html     visual arts, conservation,
Fellowship                                              cultural heritage,
                                                        dissertation
Jacob K. Javits             http://www.ed.gov/program humanities, arts, social      Humanities
Fellowships Program         s/jacobjavits/index.html  sciences, Masters and
                                                      Doctoral




Josephine de Karman         http://www.dekarman.org/     humanities                 Humanities
Fellowship Trust:
Josephine de Karman
Fellowships


Mary Roberts Rinehart       http://creativewriting.gmu.e writing, english           Humanities
Awards                      du/contests/index.html




Memorial Foundation for     http://www.mfjc.org/scholar Jewish studies,             Humanities
Jewish Culture:             ship/doctoral_scholarships. humanities, social
International Doctoral      pdf                         sciences
Scholarship for Studies
Specializing in Jewish
Fields
Memorial Foundation for     http://www.mfjc.org/scholar Jewish studies,             Humanities
Jewish Culture:             ship/js_fellowships.pdf     humanities, social
International Fellowships                               sciences
in Jewish Studies




Mount Vernon Hotel,         http://www.mvhm.org/         humanities and social      Humanities
Museum & Garden:                                         sciences, American
William Randolph Hearst                                  social history, material
Foundation Fellowships                                   culture, historic
for Museum Education                                     preservation, museum
                                                         education, summer
Newberry Library: Short     http://www.newberry.org/re social sciences,             Humanities
Term Fellowships in the     search/felshp/short-       humanities, cartography
History of Cartography      term.html
Phillips Academy: Andover http://www.andover.edu/        art, English,               Humanities
Teaching Fellowship                                      mathematics, classics,
Program                                                  French, German,
                                                         Spanish, Russian,
                                                         biology, chemistry,
                                                         physics, music, physical
                                                         education, history,
                                                         philosophy, religion


Richard Maass Memorial      http://www.manuscript.org/ humanities, social            Humanities
Research Grant              maassgrant.html            sciences, research



Social Science Research    http://www.ssrc.org/          social sciences,          Humanities
Council (SSRC) &                                         humanities, dissertation,
American Council of                                      travel
Learned Societies (ACLS):
International Dissertation
Field Research
Fellowships
Social Science Research    http://www.ssrc.org/fellows   social sciences, multiple   Humanities
Council Fellowships        hips/




Visiting Research         http://www.iash.ed.ac.uk/vi humanities, social             Humanities
Fellowships 2007-2009 The siting.fellowships.html     sciences .
Institute for Advanced
Studies in the Humanities
The University of
Edinburgh
Woodrow Wilson National http://www.woodrow.org/ph practicum, humanities         Humanities
Fellowship Organization: d/practicum/index.php
Practicum Grants




Alberta Heritage          http://www.alis.gov.ab.ca/s Canadian students         International Studies
Scholarship Fund: Sir     cholarships
James Lougheed Awards
of Distinction

Alexander von Humboldt    http://www.humboldt-       Germany, government,       International Studies
Foundation: German        foundation.de/en/program   social and policy
Chancellor Scholarships   me/index.htm               sciences, law, journalism,
                                                     communications,
                                                     management, finance,
                                                     economics, architecture,
                                                     public service,
                                                     humanities, arts,
                                                     environmental affairs



American Council on       http://www.acgusa.org/abo Germany, public policy,     International Studies
Germany: Dr. Guido        ut2.php?pagename=Fellow government, travel
Goldman Fellowship        ships




American Council on         http://www.acgusa.org/abo public policy,            International Studies
Germany: Richard M. Hunt ut2.php?pagename=Fellow government, Germany,
Fellowship for the Study of ships                     travel
German Politics, Society,
and Culture.
American Institute of        http://www.indiastudies.org/ India, dissertation,      International Studies
Indian Studies (AIIS):                                    research
Junior Research
Fellowship




American Research           http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/A Turkey, languages           International Studies
Institute in Turkey , ARIT- RIT/
AATT Princeton University
Program: Fellowships for
Intensive Advanced
Turkish Language Study in
Istanbul, Turkey

American Research            http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/A Turkey, archeology,        International Studies
Institute in Turkey, Kenan   RIT/                        architecture, history of
T. Erim Fellowship for                                   art, research
Reserach at Aphrodisias

American School of           http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/Wi Greece, archeology,         International Studies
Classical Studies at         ener/Fellowship.htm        physical anthropology,
Athens (ASCSA), Wiener                                  dissertation
Laboratory: J. Lawrence
Angel Fellowship in
Human Skeletal Studies

American School of           http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/     Greece, archaeology,      International Studies
Classical Studies at                                      biology, geology,
Athens (ASCSA), Wiener                                    research
Laboratory: Research
Associateships
American School of           http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/     Greece, archaeology,      International Studies
Classical Studies at                                      archaeobotanical studies,
Athens (ASCSA), Wiener                                    study of seeds, charcoal,
Laboratory: Research                                      phytoliths, pollen,
Fellowship in                                             research, environmental
Environmental Studies                                     studies, dissertation,
                                                          postdoctoral


American School of           http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/     Greece, archaeology,      International Studies
Classical Studies at                                      biological sciences,
Athens (ASCSA), Wiener                                    faunal remains,
Laboratory: Research                                      dissertation,
Fellowship in Faunal                                      postdoctoral.
Studies
American School of           http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/    Greece, archaeology,      International Studies
Classical Studies at                                     geology, soil sciences,
Athens (ASCSA), Wiener                                   dissertation,
Laboratory: Research                                     postdoctoral.
Fellowship in
Geoarchaeology


American School of           http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/    Greece, law, research     International Studies
Classical Studies at
Athens (ASCSA): Harry
Bikakis Fellowship
American School of           http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/    Greece, archaeology, art International Studies
Classical Studies at                                     history, architecture,
Athens (ASCSA): NEH                                      classical studies,
Fellowships                                              anthropology, prehistory,
                                                         post-classical Greek,
                                                         Mediterranean.

American School of           http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/    Greece, Classical         International Studies
Classical Studies at                                     studies, ancient
Athens (ASCSA): Regular                                  Mediterranean studies,
Member Fellowships                                       research



American School of           http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/    Greece, history of art    International Studies
Classical Studies at
Athens (ASCSA): Samuel
H. Kress Fellowship

American-Scandinavian        http://www.amscan.org/      Scandanavians             International Studies
Foundation: Awards for
Scandinavians




American-Scandinavian        http://www.amscan.org/      Iceland, Norway,          International Studies
Foundation: Awards for                                   Sweden, Finland,
Study in Scandinavia                                     Denmark, research

Archaeological Institute of http://www.archaeological.o archaeology, classics,     International Studies
America: Olivia James       rg/                         sculpture, architecture,
Traveling Fellowship                                    history, travel,
                                                        dissertation, postdoctoral

Archaeological Institute of http://www.archaeological.o Italy, Mediterranean,     International Studies
America: Woodruff           rg/                         dissertation, archaeology
Traveling Fellowship
Association for Canadian     http://www.acsus.org/           Canada, Canadian             International Studies
Studies in the United                                        studies, political science
States (ACSUS): Thomas
O. Enders Fellowship
Belgian American             http://www.baef.be/             Belgium                      International Studies
Educational Foundation:
Graduate Fellowships for
Study in Belgium

Brookings Institution:       http://www.brook.edu/admi dissertation, foreign              International Studies
Research Fellowships in      n/fellowships.htm         policy, security policy,
Foreign Policy Studies                                 international economic
                                                       issues, East Asia, the
                                                       Commonwealth of
                                                       Independent States,
                                                       Eastern Europe,
                                                       Germany, the Middle
                                                       East, Africa, Latin
                                                       America.
Canadian Academic            http://www.humanities.mc        Greece, Canada,              International Studies
Institute: Homer and         master.ca/                      research
Dorothy Thompson
Fellowship

Canadian Studies Grant       http://geo.international.gc.c   dissertation, social      International Studies
Programs: Graduate           a/can-                          sciences, humanities,
Student Fellowship           am/washington/menu-             bilateral trade,
Program                      en.asp?lang_update=1            economics, Canada-U.S.
                                                             border issues, cultural
                                                             policy and values,
                                                             environmental studies,
                                                             natural resources, energy
                                                             issues, security
                                                             cooperation.


Canadian Studies Grant   http://geo.international.gc.c postdoctoral, social      International Studies
Programs: Research Grant a/can-                        sciences, humanities,
Program                  am/washington/menu-           bilateral trade,
                         en.asp                        economics, Canada-U.S.
                                                       border issues, cultural
                                                       policy and values,
                                                       environmental studies,
                                                       natural resources, energy
                                                       issues, security
                                                       cooperation.
CDS International: Alfa      http://www.cdsintl.org/      management,                International Studies
Fellowship Program                                        commerce, finance,
                                                          natural sciences,
                                                          engineering, architecture,
                                                          math, communications ,
                                                          agriculture, arts, culture

Civic Education Project      http://civiceducationproject. Eastern Europe,             International Studies
(CEP): Eastern Scholars      org/fellowships/              economics, education,
Program                                                    gender studies, history,
                                                           international relations,
                                                           journalism, law, library
                                                           science, political science,
                                                           public administration,
                                                           sociology.


Civic Education Project      http://civiceducationproject. Eastern Europe,             International Studies
(CEP): Visiting Lecturer     org/fellowships/              economics, education,
Program                                                    gender studies, history,
                                                           international relations,
                                                           journalism, law, library
                                                           science, political science,
                                                           public administration,
                                                           sociology.


Columbia University:         http://www.columbia.edu/c travel, Europe, cultural       International Studies
Council for European         u/ces/awards/fellowship_a anthropology, history,
Studies - Pre-Dissertation   pp.pdf                    political science,
Fellowships                                            sociology.



DAAD (German Academic        http://www.aicgs.org/fellow Germany, globalization, International Studies
Exchange Service) & the      s/opps/daad.aspx            German and American
American Institute for                                   economies, Germany in
Contemporary German                                      Europe, security, foreign
Studies (AICGS):                                         policy, culture, politics;
DAAD/AICGS Research                                      transnational issues,
Fellowships                                              German-American
                                                         cooperation
DAAD (German Academic        http://www.daad.org/         Germany, summer,            International Studies
Exchange Service):                                        languages
Summer Language
Courses at Goethe-
Institutes in Germany
Economic and Social      http://fellowships.ssrc.org/e social sciences,            International Studies
Research Council (ESRC) src/                           economics, Engand,
and the Social Science                                 travel
Research Council (SSRC):
Collaborative Visiting
Fellowship




Embassy of France in the http://www.france-        France, science,         International Studies
United States:           science.org/chateaubriand technology, mathematics,
Chateaubriand Fellowship _2005/index.htm           engineering, biology,
                                                   medicine, environmental
                                                   sciences, travel.



Flemish Community:         http://www.diplobel.us/    Belgium, travel              International Studies
Graduate Fellowships




Fondation des Etats-Unis: http://www.feusa.org/       France, travel, fine arts,   International Studies
Harriet Hale Woolley                                  music, painting, graphic
Scholarship                                           design, print making,
                                                      sculpture, instrumental
                                                      music, vocal music
Foreign Language & Area East Asia Program:                 Africa, East Asia, Latin   International Studies
Studies Fellowship (FLAS) http://www.einaudi.cornell.e     America, South Asia,
                          du/eastasia/fundingopps/.        Southeast Asia, the
                          Institute for African            Institute for European
                          Development:                     Studies, languages,
                          http://www.einaudi.cornell.e     travel
                          du/Africa/funding/, Institute
                          for European Studies:
                          http://www.einaudi.cornell.e
                          du/europe/funding/graduat
                          e.asp. Latin American
                          Studies Program:
                          http://www.einaudi.cornell.e
                          du/LatinAmerica/funding/S
                          outh Asia Program:
                          http://www.einaudi.cornell.e
                          du/SouthAsia/funding/.
                          Southeast Asia Program:
                          http://www.einaudi.cornell.e
                          du/southeastasia/funding/fl
                          as/


Fulbright Fellowship for    http://us.fulbrightonline.org/ international, travel      International Studies
International Study         thinking_type.html




Fulbright Program, U.S.   http://www.iie.org/Template travel, research                International Studies
Department of State:      .cfm?section=Fulbright1
Grants for Graduate Study
& Research Abroad
Fulbright-Hays Doctoral       http://www.ed.gov/program modern foreign            International Studies
Dissertation Research         s/iegpsddrap/index.html   language, dissertation,
Abroad Program                                          languages, research




Garden Club of America        http://www.gcamerica.org/s Rome, Italy, landscape   International Studies
(GCA) & American              cholarship/rome.html       architecture
Academy in Rome: Rome
Prize Fellowship in
Landscape Architecture

Garden Club of America        http://www.gcamerica.org/ horticulture, botany,     International Studies
(GCA) & Institute of                                    landscape architecture,
Horticulture in the British                             environmental studies,
Isles: Martin McLaren                                   Great Britain, travel
Scholarship




Harvard University Center http://www.itatti.it/           Italy, travel,          International Studies
for Italian Renaissance                                   Renassiance, social
Studies: Villa I Tatti                                    sciences, humanities
Fellowships


Hebrew University of          http://overseas.huji.ac.il/ne Hebrew, Jerusalem,    International Studies
Jerusalem: OAA Merit          wly.asp?cat=452&in= travel
Scholarship                   0
Hosei University: Hosei     http://www.hosei.ac.jp/ic/   Japan, travel,              International Studies
International Fund (HIF)                                 humanities, social
                                                         sciences, natural
                                                         sciences, engineering



ICCS : Scholarship for a    http://www.iccs-         Canada, travel, Canadian International Studies
Graduate Student            ciec.ca/pages/4_ICCSprog studies, thesis,
Thesis/Dissertation         s/a_gradstu.html         dissertation, humanities,
                                                     social sciences

ICCS-NCC: Canadian          http://www.iccs-ciec.ca/     Canada, postdoctoral,       International Studies
Studies Academic                                         Canadian studies,
Internship Program


ICCS-NCC: National          http://www.iccs-ciec.ca/     Canada, travel, Canadian International Studies
Capital Research                                         studies, humanities,
Scholarship                                              social sciences




IGERT Program in            http://www.vespucci.org/     travel, Italy, geography,   International Studies
Geographic Information                                   geographic information
Science at the University                                science
at Buffalo: Vespucci
Summer Institute in
Geographic Information
Science




Institute for Advanced    http://www.ias.edu/            Greek and Roman              International Studies
Study: Mellon Fellowships                                civilization, the history of
for Assistant Professors.                                Europe, Islamic culture,
                                                         East Asian studies, the
                                                         history of modern
                                                         international relations,
                                                         history of art,
                                                         postdoctoral
International Foundation    http://www.ifs.se/            peace studies,            International Studies
for Science (IFS) and the                                 agricultural development,
United Nations University                                 Sub-Saharan African
Institute of Advanced                                     students
Studies (UNU/IAS):
Agriculture for Peace
Fellowship
International Institute for http://www.iiasa.ac.at/       economics, risk analysis, International Studies
Applied Systems Analysis                                  atmospheric science,
(IIASA): Young Scientists                                 earth sciences, global
Summer Program                                            change studies, applied
                                                          mathematics, statistics,
                                                          systems analysis,
                                                          environmental policy,
                                                          environmental
                                                          engineering, forestry,
                                                          remote sensing,
                                                          geography, physics,
                                                          chemistry, ecology,
                                                          international law, energy
                                                          studies, water resources,
                                                          political science



International Research &     http://www.irex.org/progra   humanities, social         International Studies
Exchanges Board (IREX):      ms/iaro/index.asp            sciences, public policy,
Individual Advanced                                       research, Europe, travel
Research Opportunities
International Research &     http://www.irex.org/         Mongolia, humanities,      International Studies
Exchanges Board (IREX):                                   social sciences, Africa,
Research Fellowships in                                   travel
the Social Sciences and
Humanities for American
Scholars
International Research &     http://www.irex.org/         Mongolian students,        International Studies
Exchanges Board (IREX):                                   humanities, social
Research Fellowships in                                   sciences, travel
the Social Sciences and
Humanities for Mongolian
Scholars
International Research &   http://www.irex.org/        humanities, social       International Studies
Exchanges Board (IREX):                                sciences, postdoctoral,
Short-Term Travel Grants                               Albania, Armenia,
                                                       Azerbaijan, Belarus,
                                                       Bosnia-Herzegovina,
                                                       Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech
                                                       Republic, Estonia,
                                                       Federal Republic of
                                                       Yugoslavia, Georgia,
                                                       Hungary, Iran,
                                                       Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan,
                                                       Latvia, Lithuania,
                                                       Macedonia, Moldova,
                                                       Poland, Romania,
                                                       Russian Federation,
                                                       Slovakia, Slovenia,
                                                       Tajikistan, Turkey,
                                                       Turkmenistan,
                                                       Ukraine,Uzbekistan

Iranian Studies Group at   http://web.mit.edu/isg/thesi business administration, International Studies
MIT (ISG) and the Sharif   sawards.htm                  management, civil
University of Technology                                society, NGO
Association (SUTA):                                     management, disaster
Outstanding Graduate                                    management,
Thesis Award                                            economics, education,
                                                        international relations,
                                                        public health, regional
                                                        development, sustainable
                                                        development,
                                                        environment, womens
                                                        studies.



Japan Foundation:          http://www.jfny.org/applicati Japan, humanities, social International Studies
Fellowship for Doctoral    ons.html                      sciences, travel
Candidate
Japan Science and           http://www.jst.go.jp/EN/     sciences, technology,      International Studies
Technology Cooperation                                   Japanese
Science and Technology
Agency (JSTSTA)
Postdoctoral Fellowships




Japan Society for the    http://www.jspsusa.org/fello humanities, social            International Studies
Promotion of Science     wship.html                   sciences, natural
(JSPS): Postdoctoral                                  sciences, engineering,
Fellowships (Short-term)                              medicine, Japan, travel,
for American Researchers                              postdoctoral



Japan Society for the       http://www.jspsusa.org/fello humanities, social         International Studies
Promotion of Science        wship.html                   sciences, natural
(JSPS): Postdoctoral                                     sciences, engineering,
Fellowships for Foreign                                  medicine, Japan, travel,
Researchers (General)                                    postdoctoral



KCC Japan Education      http://www.kccjee.org/fello Japan, education               International Studies
Exchange Graduate        wships.htm
Fellowships Program: For
Graduate Study in Japan


Korea Foundation:           http://www.international.ucl fine arts, architecture,   International Studies
Fellowship for Field        a.edu/funding/article.asp?p humanities, social
Research                    arentid=17353                sciences, dissertation,
                                                         research, Korea, travel
Kosciuszko Foundation       http://www.kosciuszkofoun Poland, travel                International Studies
and Polish Ministry of      dation.org/
National Education:
Graduate/Postgraduate
Studies and Research in
Poland Program
Kosciuszko Foundation:     http://www.kosciuszkofoun Polish students                International Studies
Fellowships and Grants for dation.org/
Polish Citizens
Kosciuszko Foundation:      http://www.kosciuszkofoun Poland, Polish students           International Studies
Tuition Scholarship         dation.org/
Program for Americans


Lady Davis Fellowship       http://ldft.huji.ac.il/index.ht   Isreal, travel research   International Studies
Trust, Hebrew University:   mlb
Graduate Fellowships




Lady Davis Fellowship       http://ldft.huji.ac.il/index.ht   postdoctoral, Isreal,     International Studies
Trust, Hebrew University:   mlb                               travel, research
Postdoctoral Fellowships




Lady Davis Fellowship       http://ldft.huji.ac.il/upload/in postdoctoral, Isreal,      International Studies
Trust, The Technion:        fo/infoTech.html                 travel
Postdoctoral Fellowships

Lemmermann Foundation: http://lemmermann.nexus.it classics, literature,                 International Studies
Scholarship Awards     /                          archaeology, history of
                                                  art, Italy, travel



Metropolitan Museum of      http://www.metmuseum.or art history, archealogy,            International Studies
Art (MMA): The Bothmer      g/education/fellowship.html fine arts, Greece, Rome
Fellowship


Mexico-North Research     http://www.mexnor.org/              US-Mexican                International Studies
Network: Transnationalism                                     transnationalism
Fellowship Program




NSF/NIH/U.S. Department     http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/sti science, engineering,           International Studies
of Agriculture: Summer      s1996/nsf96151/nsf96151. biomedical sciences,
Institute in Japan and in   pdf                         agricultural sciences,
Korea                                                   summer
Office of Educational        http://www.international.unt   computer science          International Studies
Affairs, Royal Thai          .edu/offices/main/students/    (telecommunication), law,
Embassy: Revenue             scholarships/intl/scholarshi   economics, finance,
Department Scholarships      p/view/31                      business administration
for Thai Students

Open Society Institute &  http://www.soros.org/initiati business administration, International Studies
U.S. Department of State, ves/scholarship               economics, education,
Bureau of Educational and                               environmental
Cultural Affairs (ECA):                                 management and policy,
Edmund S.                                               international affairs,
Muskie/Freedom Support                                  journalism and mass
Act Graduate Fellowship                                 communications, law,
Program                                                 library and information
                                                        science, public
                                                        administration, public
                                                        health, public policy,
                                                        foreign students


Open Society Institute,      http://www.soros.org/initiati humanities, social         International Studies
Network Scholarship          ves/scholarship               sciences, foreign
Programs: Global                                           students.
Supplementary Grant
Program




Phi Beta Kappa: Walter J.    http://staging.pbk.org/AM/T France, language,            International Studies
Jensen Fellowship for        emplate.cfm?Section=Jens literature, culture, travel
French Language,             en_Fellowship&Template=/
Literature, and Culture      CM/HTMLDisplay.cfm&Co
                             ntentID=2176



Robert Bosch Foundation      http://www.cdsintl.org/from business administration, International Studies
Fellowship Program           usa/bosch.htm               economics, public affairs,
                                                         public policy, political
                                                         science, law, journalism,
                                                         mass communications



Rotary Foundation of         http://www.rotary.org/         travel                    International Studies
Rotary International:
Rotary Foundation
Ambassadorial
Scholarships
Saint Andrew's Society of    http://www.standrewsny.or New York, Scotland,            International Studies
the State of New York:       g/                        travel
Scholarship for Graduate
Study in Scotland

Scientific Award 2007 of     http://ard.huji.ac.il/huard/pa research                  International Studies
the BMW Group.               geExecuter.jsp?ardNum=4
                             93




Smithsonian Tropical         http://stri.org/english/resear tropical biology, ecology, International Studies
Research Institute (STRI)    ch/                            behavior, evolution of
(Smithsonian Institution):                                  terrestrial, marine plants,
Short-term Fellowships                                      animals




Smithsonian Tropical         http://www.stri.org/english/ ecology, evolution,         International Studies
Research Institute (STRI)    education_fellowships/fello behavior of tropical
(Smithsonian Institution):   wships/tupper.php            organisms
Three-year Tupper
Postdoctoral Fellowship in
Tropical Biology
Social Science Research      http://www.ssrc.org/         Japan, travel,            International Studies
Council (SSRC) and the                                    postdoctoral, humanities,
Japan Foundation: Japan                                   social sciences
Program - Postdoctoral
Fellowships




Social Science Research      http://www.ssrc.org/         social sciences,            International Studies
Council (SSRC): Japan                                     humanities, Japan
Studies Dissertation
Workshop.


Social Science Research      http://www.ssrc.org/         sociology, regional         International Studies
Council, (SSRC) : Eurasia                                 science, science,
Program Advanced                                          technology, social
Training and Dissertation                                 sciences, humanities,
Grants                                                    dissertation, Eastern
                                                          Europe
Social Science Research      http://www.ssrc.org/        German studies,            International Studies
Council, (SSRC): Berlin                                  economics, anthropology,
Program for Advanced                                     political science,
German and European                                      sociology, history, social
Studies                                                  science, cultural studies,
                                                         Europe, humanities




Social Sciences and          http://www.ssrc.org/        social sciences,           International Studies
Humanities Research                                      humanties, Canadian
Council of Canada                                        students
(SSHRC): Doctoral
Fellowships
Solomon R. Guggenheim        http://www.guggenheim.org arts administration, art     International Studies
Museum: Peggy                /education/get_involved.sht history, conservation,
Guggenheim Studentship       ml                          education, film and
Program in Venice, Italy                                 media studies, museum
                                                         studies, public affairs,
                                                         education, finance,
                                                         museum planning,
                                                         photography, Italy, travel


Solomon R. Guggenheim        http://www.guggenheim.org arts administration, art     International Studies
Museum: Peggy                /education/get_involved.sht history, conservation,
Guggenheim Studentship       ml                          education, film and
Program in Venice, Italy                                 media studies, museum
                                                         studies, public affairs,
                                                         education, finance,
                                                         museum planning,
                                                         photography, Italy, travel


Stanford University Center http://cisac.stanford.edu/    social sciences,           International Studies
for International Security                               engineering, dissertation,
and Cooperation (CISAC):                                 international studies
Predoctoral Fellowship
Program

Stanford University:         http://shc.stanford.edu/    humanities, African        International Studies
Rockefeller Junior                                       American studies.
Fellowship in Black
Performing Arts
Swedish Information          http://www.swedenabroad. politics, public         International Studies
Service: Scholarships for    com/Start____7928.aspx administration, working
Study in Sweden/                                      life, human environment,
Bicentennial Swedish-                                 mass media, business
American Exchange Fund                                and industry, education,
                                                      culture, Sweden, travel

Thomas O. Enders             http://www.acsus.org/displa Canadian studies           International Studies
Fellowship                   y.cfm?id=274&Sub=307




Thomas R. Pickering          http://www.woodrow.org/pu foreign affairs, ethnic      International Studies
Graduate Foreign Affairs     blic-policy/graduate.php  monorities, international
Scholarship                                            affairs, public policy,
                                                       public administration,
                                                       Masters




United States Institute of   http://www.usip.org/fellows/ dissertation, humanities, International Studies
Peace (USIP): Jennings                                    social sciences, political
Randolph Peace Scholar                                    science, history,
Dissertation Fellowships                                  sociology, economics,
                                                          anthropology,
                                                          psychology, conflict
                                                          resolution
Winston Churchill           http://www.winstonchurchill anatomy, biochemistry, International Studies
Foundation Scholarship      foundation.org/             biological anthropology,
                                                        chemical engineering,
                                                        chemistry, computer
                                                        science, computer
                                                        speech, language
                                                        processing, engineering,
                                                        environment,
                                                        development,
                                                        epidemiology, genetics,
                                                        mathematics,
                                                        mathematical statistics,
                                                        metallurgy, materials
                                                        science, travel, United
                                                        Kingdom


Institute for Humane        http://www.theihs.org/     journalism, human        Journalism
Studies: Felix Morley                                  studies
Journalism Competition

National Association of     http://www.nab.org/AM/Te journalism,                Journalism
Broadcasters (NAB):         mplate.cfm?Section=Grant communications,
Grants for Research in      s&Template=/TaggedPage broadcasting
Broadcasting                /TaggedPageDisplay.cfm&
                            TPLID=53&ContentID=570
                            9
New York State Senate,      http://www.senate.state.ny. communication, public   Journalism
Student Programs Office:    us/senatehomepage.nsf/ho policy, journalism, New
Richard J. Roth             me?openform                 York
Journalism Fellowship




Overseas Press Club of   http://www.opcofamerica.or journalism                  Journalism
America: OPC Foundation g/
Scholarships
William B. Ruggles Right http://www.nilrr.org/         journalism,              Journalism
to Work Scholarship                                    communications,
                                                       humanities
Educational Testing      http://www.ets.org/portal/sit psychology, education,   Miscellaneous
Service (ETS): Summer    e/ets/menuitem.3a88fea28f teaching, psychometrics,
Program in Research for  42ada7c6ce5a10c3921509 statistics, literacy, policy
Graduate Students        /?vgnextoid=85b65784623f research, computer
                         4010VgnVCM10000022f95 science, linguistics,
                         190RCRD                       educational technology,
                                                       minority issues, summer.
Nationally Coveted           http://scholarships.fatomei. multiple                  Miscellaneous
Fellowships                  com/

Public Policy Institute of   http://www.ppic.org/main/a economics, political       Miscellaneous
California: Dissertation     bout.asp                   science, sociology,
Fellow                                                  psychology, public policy,
                                                        urban planning,
                                                        education, geography,
                                                        demography, social
                                                        welfare, dissertation




Tel Aviv University and the http://www.dandavidprize.c history, information         Miscellaneous
Dan David Foundation:       om/                        technology, science and
Dan David Prize                                        technology studies,
                                                       American studies, life
                                                       sciences




Washington State         http://www.wsu.edu/              summer, dissertation,      Miscellaneous
University: Summer                                        agriculture, home
Doctoral Fellows Program                                  economics, education,
                                                          engineering, architecture,
                                                          liberal arts, nursing,
                                                          pharmacy, sciences,
                                                          veterinary medicine.
Biogeochemistry: Cornell http://www.biogeo.cornell.e agricultural engineering, Miscellaneous
Univ./NSF IGERT            du/                       biological engineering,
Interdisciplinary Graduate                           atmospheric science,
Fellowships in                                       chemical engineering,
Biochemistry and                                     chemistry, chemical
Environmental                                        biology, civil engineering,
Biocomplexity                                        enviornmental
                                                     engineering, ecology,
                                                     evolutionary biology,
                                                     enviornmental toxicology,
                                                     geology, horticulture,
                                                     microbilogy, natural
                                                     resources, nutritional
                                                     science, plant biology,
                                                     soil and crop sciences



New York State: Regents     http://www.highered.nysed. architecture, landscape Miscellaneous
Professional Opportunity    gov/kiap/scholarships/pos. architecture, law,
Scholarships                htm                        psychology, veterinary
                                                       medicine, physical
                                                       therapy, speech-
                                                       language pathology, New
                                                       York
American Mothers Cultural   http://www.americanmother music, piano, violin,      Music
and Creative Arts           s.org/                    mother
Program: The Alice Abel
National Instrumental
Award
Broadcast Music, Inc.:      http://www.bmifoundation.o music composition         Music
Awards to Student           rg/pages/SComposer.asp
Composers
Air and Waste               http://www.awma.org/educ air pollution control,      Natural Resource
Management Association:     ation/                   waste management,           Sciences
Scholarship Program                                  conservationism

American Water Works     http://www.awwa.org/calen science, biology, physical Natural Resource
Association: Abel Wolman dar/index.cfm             sciences, water supply, Sciences
Fellowship                                         water treatment.




American Water Works        http://www.awwa.org/calen science, water supply,     Natural Resource
Association: Academic       dar/index.cfm             water treatment, thesis,   Sciences
Achievement Awards                                    dissertation
American Water Works     http://www.awwa.org/About physical sciences,        Natural Resource
Association: Larson      /scholarships.cfm         engineering fields,       Sciences
Aquatic Research Support                           research, corrosion
Scholarship (LARS                                  control, water treatment,
Scholarship)                                       water supplies, aquatic
                                                   chemistry, analytical
                                                   chemistry, environmental
                                                   chemistry.



American Water Works       http://www.awwa.org/About water supply, water      Natural Resource
Association: Thomas R.     /scholarships.cfm         treatment, science,      Sciences
Camp Scholarship                                     research



Anheuser-Busch and the     http://www.nfwf.org/AM/Te environmental science,    Natural Resource
National Fish and Wildlife mplate.cfm?Section=Home natural resource            Sciences
Foundation: Budweiser                                management, biology,
Conservation Scholarship                             public policy, geography,
Program                                              political science

Annie's Homegrown:         http://www.annies.com/pro environmental studies    Natural Resource
Environmental Studies      grams/environmental_scho                           Sciences
Scholarships               larships.html

Atlantic Salmon       http://www.asf.ca/Awards/A salmon, biology,             Natural Resource
Federation: Olin      wards.html                  management,                 Sciences
Fellowships                                       conservation, marine
                                                  biology
e8 SUSTAINABLE ENERGY http://www.e8.org/index.jsp energy, science, Foreign    Natural Resource
DEVELOPMENT           ?numPage=133                students                    Sciences
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM




Environmental Protection http://www.longislandsound environmental             Natural Resource
Agency (EPA) - Long       study.net/                management, science,      Sciences
Island Sound Office: Long                           research, thesis
Island Sound Study
Science and Technical
Advisory Committee
Fellowship Program
Environmental Protection http://www.epa.gov/enviroe environmental policy,     Natural Resource
Agency (EPA): National    d/NNEMS/                  environmental regulation, Sciences
Network for Environmental                           environmental law,
Management Studies                                  environmental
                                                    management,
                                                    administration,
                                                    environmental science,
                                                    public relations,
                                                    communications,
                                                    computer programming,
                                                    technolgy, development.



Environmental Protection http://es.epa.gov/ncer/fello environmental studies      Natural Resource
Agency STAR Fellowships w/                                                       Sciences




Garden Club of America      http://www.gcamerica.org/s environmental sciences,   Natural Resource
and Cornell Lab of          cholarship/peacock.html    ornithology               Sciences
Ornithology: Frances M.
Peacock Scholarship for
Native Bird Habitat
Garden Club of America:  http://www.gcamerica.org/s science, ecology,            Natural Resource
Award in Coastal Wetland cholarship/coastal.html     horticulture, natural       Sciences
Studies                                              resources, conservation,
                                                     travel
Great Lakes Commission - http://www.glc.org/about/sc science, marine science,    Natural Resource
Sea Grant Fellowship     holarships/fellow.html      aquatics                    Sciences
Hudson River Foundation http://www.hudsonriver.org/ life sciences,                    Natural Resource
for Science and                                     environmental studies,            Sciences
Environmental Research &                            public policy,
NY State Department of                              environment, research,
Environmental                                       summer, Hudson River
Conservation: Tibor T.
Polgar Fellowships.

Hudson River Foundation     http://www.hudsonriver.org/ life sciences,                Natural Resource
for Science and                                         environmental studies,        Sciences
Environmental Research:                                 public policy,
Hudson River Graduate                                   environment, research,
Fellowships                                             Hudson River
Hudson River Foundation     http://www.hudsonriver.org/ life sciences, physical       Natural Resource
for Science and                                         sciences, social              Sciences
Environmental Research:                                 sciences, environmental
Travel Grants                                           studies, natural
                                                        resources, public policy,
                                                        ecology, environmental
                                                        engineering, travel,
                                                        Hudson River


Hudson River Foundation http://www.hudsonriver.org/ natural sciences, social          Natural Resource
Fund Special Requests for                           sciences, environmental           Sciences
Proposals: Analysis and                             studies, public policy,
Synthesis of Existing Data                          ecology, natural
                                                    resources, regional
                                                    planning
Joseph L. Fisher Doctoral   http://www.rff.org/rff/About/   dissertation, natural     Natural Resource
Dissertation Fellowships    Fellowships_and_Internshi       resources, social         Sciences
                            ps/Fisher/Joseph-L-Fisher-      sciences, environmental
                            Doctoral-Dissertation-          policy, energy,
                            Fellowships.cfm                 economics




Lake Champlain Sea Grant http://www.uvm.edu/~seagr aquatic resources,                 Natural Resource
(LCSG): Lake Champlain   ant/extension/default.html ecosystems, fisheries,            Sciences
Research Initiative                                 economics.
National Museum of           http://www.sms.si.edu/link. biological sciences,     Natural Resource
Natural History (NMNH),      htm                         ecology of marine fauna, Sciences
Smithsonian Marine                                       research
Station at Fort Pierce
(Smithsonian Institution):
Link Foundation
Fellowships
National Oceanic and         http://www.nerrs.noaa.gov/ biological sciences,      Natural Resource
Atmospheric                  Fellowship/welcome.html social sciences, effects Sciences
Administration (NOAA),                                  of non-point source
National Estuarine                                      pollution, habitat
Research Reserve                                        conservation and/or
Graduate Research                                       restoration,
Fellowship Program                                      biodiversity/effects of
                                                        invasive species,
                                                        mechanisms for
                                                        sustaining resources
                                                        within estuarine systems,
                                                        socioeconomic research,
                                                        estuarine ecosystem
                                                        management



National Sea Grant Office http://www.seagrant.noaa.g ocean, coastal region,      Natural Resource
(NSGO), New York Sea      ov/knauss/knaussapplicati Great Lakes resources,       Sciences
Grant Program: Dean John oninfo.html                 national public policy
A. Knauss Marine Policy
Fellowship.


National Water Research      http://www.nwri-           engineering sciences,      Natural Resource
Institute: Fellowship        usa.org/asp/home.asp?mai   physical science,          Sciences
Program                      n=m1&sub=s0&id=1&displ     chemical sciences,
                             ay=N                       biological sciences,
                                                        health sciences, political
                                                        sciences, public policy

New York Sea Grant Office http://www.seagrant.sunys biology, environmental       Natural Resource
(NYSG, New York-New       b.edu/hep/grants/2005RFP- management.                  Sciences
Jersey Harbor Estuary     conceptplan.pdf
Program (HEP), & New
England Interstate Water
Pollution Control
Commission (NEIWPCC):
CONCEPTUAL HABITAT
RESTORATION PLANS
New York Sea Grant: Great http://www.nfwf.org/AM/Te biological sciences,             Natural Resource
Lakes Watershed           mplate.cfm?Section=Home natural resources                  Sciences
Restoration Program

Oak Ridge Institute for      http://orise.orau.gov/index. chemistry, computer        Natural Resource
Science and Education        htm                          sciences, engineering,     Sciences
(ORISE) and                                               environmental sciences,
Westinghouse Savannah                                     geology, physics
River Company:
Professional Internship
Program at the Savannah
River Site
Oak Ridge Institute for      http://orise.orau.gov/index. cultural and natural       Natural Resource
Science and Education        htm                          resources, engineering,    Sciences
(ORISE)/ U.S. Army                                        environmental sciences,
Garrison, Aberdeen                                        industrial hygiene, life
Proving Ground, Md.,                                      sciences, physical
Directorate of Safety,                                    sciences, pollution
Health, and Environment:                                  prevention, science
Student Research
Participation
Resources for the Future:    http://www.rff.org/         economics, environment, Natural Resource
Joseph L. Fisher Doctoral                                natural sciences,       Sciences
Dissertation Fellowship.                                 environmental policy,
                                                         dissertation

Smithsonian                  http://www.serc.si.edu/     global change, landscape Natural Resource
Environmental Research                                   ecology, population and Sciences
Center (SERC)                                            community ecology,
(Smithsonian Institution):                               coastal ecology,
Work/Learn Program                                       environmental and
                                                         ecology education,
                                                         environmental
                                                         information management



U.S. Environmental           http://es.epa.gov/ncer/fello natural sciences,          Natural Resource
Protection Agency: STAR      w/                           engineering, social        Sciences
Fellowships for Graduate                                  sciences, environmental
Environmental Study                                       sciences, technology
U.S. National Park Service http://www.nature.nps.gov/ biological sciences,      Natural Resource
(NPS) & Canon U.S.A., Inc.: canonscholarships/        botany, ecology,          Sciences
Canon National Parks                                  conservation biology,
Science Scholars                                      physical sciences,
                                                      geology, hydrology,
                                                      atmospheric sciences,
                                                      social/cultural sciences,
                                                      economics, sociology,
                                                      anthropology, technology,
                                                      conservation science



U.S. National Park Service   http://esa.org/nper/        ecology, populations,       Natural Resource
(NPS), National Park                                     species interactions,       Sciences
Foundation (NPF) and                                     community patterns,
Ecological Society of                                    andscape, ecosystem
America (ESA): The
National Parks Ecological
Research Fellowship
Program
Wildlife Conservation        http://wcs.org/home/wild/re biology, social sciences,   Natural Resource
Society (WCS),               searchfellowship/1267/      research, travel            Sciences
International Conservation
Program: Research
Fellowships
Brookings Institution:       http://www.brookings.edu/a public policy, government Political Science
Research Fellowship in       dmin/fellowships.htm
Governance Studies.

Congressional Black          http://www.cbcfinc.org/Lea African-American, ethnic Political Science
Caucus Foundation, Inc:      dership%20Education/Fello minorities, law, political
Congressional Fellows        wships/index.html          science, public policy
Program

Council for Advancement      http://www.case.org/        education, research,        Political Science
and Support of Education                                 marketing, public
(CASE): Alice L. Beeman                                  relations, government
Research Awards                                          relations, issues
                                                         management,
                                                         institutional image
                                                         enhancement, thesis,
                                                         dissertation
Eisenhower Institute:        http://www.eisenhowerinstit history, government,     Political Science
Dwight Eisenhower-           ute.org/                    economics,
Clifford Roberts Graduate                                management, security
Fellowship                                               studies, international
                                                         relations, President
                                                         Eisenhower, dissertation
Environmental Public         http://www.udall.gov/       political sciences,     Political Science
Policy & Conflict                                        economics, government,
Resolution Disseration                                   environmental science,
Fellowship                                               policy, environmental
                                                         management,ecology,
                                                         environmental justice,
                                                         regional planning,
                                                         geography, natural
                                                         resources policy,
                                                         environmental analysis,
                                                         dissertation


Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace   http://www.scoville.org/    Washinton DC, travel,      Political Science
Fellowship                                               government, international
                                                         relations, conflict
                                                         resolution, peace studies,
                                                         arms control,
                                                         disarmament, conflict
                                                         prevention and
                                                         resolution, defense
                                                         budget, dismantling
                                                         chemical weapons,
                                                         nuclear weapons, the
                                                         former Soviet Union,
                                                         economic conversion,
                                                         environmental security,
                                                         export controls,
                                                         international security,
                                                         public policy

Institute for Humane     http://www.theihs.org/       summer, travel                Political Science
Studies, George Mason
University: Summer
Seminars
New York State Assembly: http://assembly.state.ny.us/ government                    Political Science
Graduate Internship      internship/




New York State Senate,       http://www.senate.state.ny. government, politics,      Political Science
Student Programs Office:     us/senatehomepage.nsf/ho public policy, history,
Legislative Fellowships      me?openform                 New York
New York State Senate,        http://www.senate.state.ny. social science,              Political Science
Student Programs Office:      us/senatehomepage.nsf/ho humanities, law,
Richard A. Wiebe Public       me?openform                 economics, history,
Service Fellowship                                        public policy, New York



NYS Division of the           http://www.budget.state.ny. public policy, government Political Science
Budget: Budget                us/division/employment/bu
Development Specialist        dspecialist/broc.htm
Program

Stanford University Center http://cisac.stanford.edu/fel anthropology, computer        Political Science
for International Security lowships/homeland_securit science, history, law,
and Cooperation (CISAC): y_fellowship_program/           medicine, operations
Organizational Learning                                  research, political
for Homeland Security                                    science, sociology.
Fellowship Program.

Taxpayers for Common          http://www.taxpayer.net/     public policy,              Political Science
Sense (TCS): Fellowships                                   environmental policy,
                                                           national security, water
                                                           policy, national forests,
                                                           communications,
                                                           journalism
U.S. Supreme Court:      http://www.fellows.supreme government, public         Political Science
Supreme Court Fellowship courtus.gov/               administration, computer
                                                    science, history, law,
                                                    psychology, public policy,
                                                    law

California State University, http://www.csus.edu/calst/p California, public policy,    Political Science
Sacramento (CSUS),           rograms/senate_fellows.ht political science
Center for California        ml
Studies: California Senate
Fellows Program

California State University, http://www.csus.edu/calst/    California, political       Political Science
Sacramento (CSUS),                                         science, public policy
Center for California
Studies: Executive
Fellowship Program


California State University, http://www.csus.edu/calst/    California, political       Political Science
Sacramento (CSUS),                                         studies, public policy
Center for California
Studies: Jesse Marvin
Unruh Assembly
Fellowship
California State University, http://www.csus.edu/calst/   California, law, public   Political Science
Sacramento (CSUS),                                        policy
Center for California
Studies: Judicial
Administration Fellowship
Program

Council for Advancement http://www.case.org/              education, thesis,        Post Thesis or
and Support of Education                                  dissertation              Dissertation Award
(CASE): H.S. Warwick
Research Awards in
Alumni Relations for
Educational Advancement


Alexander von Humboldt       http://www.humboldt-         Germany, postdoctoral,    Postdoctoral
Foundation: Humboldt         foundation.de/en/program     research
Research Fellowship          me/index.htm



Alexander von Humboldt       http://www.humboldt-         Germany, research,        Postdoctoral
Foundation: Sofja            foundation.de/en/program     postdoctoral
Kovalevskaja Award           me/index.htm



American Academy of Arts http://www.amacad.org/visi postdoctoral, humanities Postdoctoral
& Sciences: Visiting     ting.aspx                  & culture, science and
Scholars Program                                    global security, social
                                                    policy and American
                                                    institutions, education

American Council of        http://www.acls.org/fel-       social sciences,          Postdoctoral
Learned Societies (ACLS), comp.htm                        humanities, postdoctoral,
Committee on Scholarly                                    China, research
Communication with China
Programs: American
Research in the
Humanities in the People's
Republic of China
American Council of       http://www.acls.org/fel-       foreign language,             Postdoctoral
Learned Societies (ACLS), comp.htm                       humanties, social
Library of Congress, &                                   sciences, anthropology,
Association of American                                  archaeology, art history,
Universities: Library of                                 economics, geography,
Congress Fellowships in                                  history, language,
International Studies                                    literature, law, linguistics,
                                                         musicology, philosophy,
                                                         political science,
                                                         psychology, religion,
                                                         sociology


American Council of       http://www.ssrc.org/fellows anthropology,                 Postdoctoral
Learned Societies (ACLS), hips/                       archaeology, art history,
SSRC, & Japan Foundation                              economics, geography,
Center for Global                                     history, languages,
Partnership: Abe                                      literature, law, linguistics,
Fellowship                                            musicology, philosophy,
                                                      political science,
                                                      psychology, religion,
                                                      sociology, humanties,
                                                      social sciences, Japan,
                                                      postdoctoral



American Council of       http://www.acls.org/felguid postdoctoral,             Postdoctoral
Learned Societies (ACLS): e.htm                       anthropology,
ACLS-New York Public                                  archaeology, art history,
Library Fellowships                                   economics, film,
                                                      geography, history,
                                                      languages, literatures,
                                                      law, linguistics,
                                                      musicology, philosophy,
                                                      political science,
                                                      psychology, religion,
                                                      rhetoric, communication,
                                                      sociology
American Council of       http://www.acls.org/felguid anthropology,             Postdoctoral
Learned Societies (ACLS): e.htm                       archaeology, art history,
ACLS-SSRC-NEH                                         economics, film,
International and Area                                geography, history,
Studies Fellowships                                   languages, literatures,
                                                      law, linguistics,
                                                      musicology, philosophy,
                                                      political science,
                                                      psychology, religion,
                                                      rhetoric, communication,
                                                      sociology, postdoctoral


American Council of       http://www.acls.org/          dissertation, Eastern        Postdoctoral
Learned Societies (ACLS):                               European studies
Dissertation Fellowships
in East European Studies

American Council of       http://www.acls.org/felguid postdoctoral, research,        Postdoctoral
Learned Societies (ACLS): e.htm                       humanities, social
Fellowships                                           sciences, anthropology,
                                                      archaeology, art history,
                                                      economics, geography,
                                                      history, languages,
                                                      literatures, law,
                                                      linguistics, musicology,
                                                      philosophy, political
                                                      science, psychology,
                                                      religion, sociology


American Council of       http://www.acls.org/felguid social sciences,               Postdoctoral
Learned Societies (ACLS): e.htm                       humanities, Albania,
Fellowships for                                       Bulgaria, the Czech
Postdoctoral Research in                              Republic, Estonia,
East European Studies.                                Hungary, Latvia,
                                                      Lithuania, Poland,
                                                      Romania, Slovakia,
                                                      Yugoslavia, Eastern
                                                      Europe
American Council of       http://www.acls.org/fel-      arty history, visual arts,   Postdoctoral
Learned Societies (ACLS): comp.htm                      dissertation
Henry Luce
Foundation/ACLS
Dissertation Fellowships
in American Art
American Educational          http://www.aera.net/grants education, research,        Postdoctoral
Research Association          program/res_training/diss_ dissertation, ethnic
Dissertation Grants           grants/DGFly.html          minorities




American Political Science http://www.apsanet.org/sec political science,             Postdoctoral
Association (APSA):        tion_165.cfm               journalism, postdoctoral
Congressional Fellowship
Program

American Psychological        http://www.apa.org/mfp/      science, mental health,   Postdoctoral
Association (APA):                                         nueroscience, biology,
Minority Fellowship                                        ethnic minorities,
Postdoctoral Fellowships                                   postdoctoral
in the Neurosciences


American Research             http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/A Turkey, humanities,       Postdoctoral
Institute in Turkey (ARIT):   RIT/                        social sciences, research
ARIT Fellowships in the
Humanities and Social
Sciences




American Research           http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/A Turkey, archaeology,         Postdoctoral
Institute in Turkey (ARIT): RIT/                        history of art, history of
Kress/ARIT Predoctoral                                  architecture, research,
Fellowship in Archaeology                               dissertation
and the History of Art


American Research           http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/A Turkey, humanities,          Postdoctoral
Institute in Turkey (ARIT): RIT/                        postdoctoral, research
National Endowment of the
Humanities: Postdoctoral
Fellowship in the
Humanities in Turkey
American School of          http://www.archaeological.o Greece, classical studies, Postdoctoral
Classical Studies at        rg/webinfo.php?page=1000 ancient Mediterranean
Athens (ASCSA),             7                           studies, history of art,
Archaeological Institute of                             anthropology, prehistory,
America: Anna C. and                                    studies in post-classical
Oliver C. Colburn                                       Greece, dissertation
Fellowship

American School of            http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/   Greece, archeology,        Postdoctoral
Classical Studies at                                     dissertation, postdoctoral
Athens (ASCSA): Jacob
Hirsch Fellowship

American School of            http://www.ascsa.edu.gr/   Greece, late antiquity,    Postdoctoral
Classical Studies at                                     Byzantine studies, post-
Athens (ASCSA): M. Alison                                Byzantine studies,
Frantz Fellowship in Post-                               modern Greek studies,
Classical Studies at the                                 library.
Gennadius Library
American Society of           http://www.astr.org/ASTRA theatre, performance        Postdoctoral
Theatre Research (ASTR):      wards.html                studies, performing arts
Fellowships
American Sociological         http://www.asanet.org/     sociology, research,       Postdoctoral
Association (ASA): Fund                                  postdoctoral
for the Advancement of the
Discipline




Ben Gurion University of   http://bidr.bgu.ac.il/bidr/   desert ecology, solar     Postdoctoral
the Negev, The Jacob                                     energy, environmental
Blaustein Institutes for                                 physics, architecture and
Desert Research, The                                     planning, rainfed and
Jacob Blaustein Center for                               irrigated agriculture,
Scientific Cooperation:                                  hydrology, aquaculture,
Post-Doctoral Fellowships                                environmental
                                                         microbiology, dryland
                                                         biotechnology,
                                                         postdoctoral


Columbia University,          http://www.columbia.edu/c postdoctoral, humanities, Postdoctoral
Center for Comparative        u/ccls/                   social sciences
Literature and Society:
Postdoctoral Fellowship
Columbia University,         http://www.columbia.edu/c postdoctoral, humanities, Postdoctoral
Society of Fellows in the    u/societyoffellows/       arts, social sciences
Humanities: Postdoctoral
Fellowships




Consortium for a Strong      http://web.grinnell.edu/dea ethnic minorities, liberal   Postdoctoral
Minority Presence at         n/csmp/application/         arts, postdoctoral,
Liberal Arts Colleges,                                   teaching
Postdoctoral Fellowship




Council of Graduate          http://www.cgsnet.org/       biological sciences,        Postdoctoral
Schools/ University                                       social sciences,
Microfilms International:                                 mathematics, physical
Distinguished Dissertation                                sciences, humanities,
Awards                                                    fine arts, dissertation
DAAD (German Academic        http://www.daad.org/?p=46 Germany, research,             Postdoctoral
Exchange Service):           362                       travel, postdoctoral
Fellowships for the
Academic Year
DAAD (German Academic        http://www.daad.org/?p=46 Germany, research,             Postdoctoral
Exchange Service):           362                       travel, dissertation,
Research Grants for                                    postdoctoral
Recent Ph.D.s and Ph.D.
Candidates
Daland Fellowships in        http://www.amphilsoc.org/g postdoctorate, clinical    Postdoctoral
Clinical Investigation       rants/daland.htm           medicine (internal
                                                        medicine, nuerology,
                                                        pediatrics, psychiatry,
                                                        surgery), patient-oriented
                                                        research
Educational Testing         http://www.ets.org/portal/sit   psychology, education,       Postdoctoral
Service (ETS): Sylvia       e/ets/menuitem.3a88fea28f       teaching, psychometrics,
Taylor Johnson Minority     42ada7c6ce5a10c3921509          statistics, literacy, policy
Fellowship in Educational   /?vgnextoid=85b65784623f        research, computer
Measurement                 4010VgnVCM10000022f95           science, linguistics,
                            190RCRD                         educational technology,
                                                            minority issues, ethnic
                                                            minorities, postdoctoral,
                                                            research



Educational Testing         http://www.ets.org/portal/sit Education, foreign           Postdoctoral
Service (ETS, TOEFL):       e/ets/menuitem.fab2360b1 languages, dissertation
Jacqueline A. Ross          645a1de9b3a0779f175150
Dissertation Award          9/?vgnextoid=69c0197a48
                            4f4010VgnVCM10000022f
                            95190RCRD
Emory University Center     http://www.chi.emory.edu/       postdoctoral, humanities Postdoctoral
for Humanistic Inquiry:
Junior and Post-Doctoral
Fellowships


Frederick Douglass        http://www.rochester.edu/c postdoctoral, African    Postdoctoral
Institute for African and ollege/AAS/                studies, African-
African-American Studies,                            American studies, ethnic
University of Rochester:                             minorities
Post-doctoral Fellowship

Hagley Museum and           http://www.hagley.lib.de.us/ economic, business,           Postdoctoral
Library, Center for the     center.html                  industrial, technological
History of Business,                                     history, research,
Technology, and Society:                                 postdoctoral
Henry Belin Du Pont
Fellowship

Harvard University,         http://www.doaks.org/           Byzantine studies,         Postdoctoral
Dumbarton Oaks:                                             Roman, early Christian,
Fellowships                                                 Western medieval,
                                                            Slavic, Near Eastern
                                                            studies, pre-Columbian
                                                            studies, Mexico, Central
                                                            America, Andean South
                                                            America, gardening,
                                                            landscape studies,
                                                            horticulture, landscape
                                                            preservation,
                                                            postdoctoral
Harvard University,          http://www.doaks.org/           Byzantine studies,         Postdoctoral
Dumbarton Oaks: Junior                                       Roman, early Christian,
Fellowships                                                  Western medieval,
                                                             Slavic, Near Eastern
                                                             studies, pre-Columbian
                                                             studies, Mexico, Central
                                                             America, Andean South
                                                             America, gardening,
                                                             landscape studies,
                                                             horticulture, landscape
                                                             preservation, dissertation


Harvard University,          http://www.hsph.harvard.ed health, science,               Postdoctoral
Harvard School of Public     u/academicaffairs/yerby.ht medicine, postdoctoral,
Health (HSPH): Yerby         m                          ethnic minorities
Postdoctoral Fellowship
Program
Harvard-Smithsonian          http://cfa-                     postdoctoral, atomic and Postdoctoral
Center for Astrophysics      www.harvard.edu/opportuni       molecular physics,
(CfA) (Smithsonian           ties/fellowships/cfapost/cfaf   geophysics, the solar
Institution): Postdoctoral   ellows.html                     system, stars, galaxies,
Fellowships                                                  cosmology




John Carter Brown            http://www.brown.edu/Facili history, colonial American Postdoctoral
Library: Long Term           ties/John_Carter_Brown_Li (North and South),
Research Fellowships         brary/                      Europe, African
                                                         American involvement,
                                                         Native American
                                                         involvement, gender,
                                                         women, books, maritime,
                                                         Jewish, Spanish,
                                                         postdoctoral
John W. Kluge Center at      http://www.loc.gov/loc/klug humanities, social            Postdoctoral
the Library of Congress:     e/fellowships/              sciences, architecture,
Kluge Center Fellowships                                 law

Lalor Foundation:            http://www.lalorfound.org/      reproductive physiology, Postdoctoral
Postdoctoral Program                                         mammalian reproductive
                                                             biology, postdoctoral

National Academies:          http://www.nationalacadem science, engineering,           Postdoctoral
Postdoctoral and Senior      ies.org/                  research
Research Awards
National Academy of          http://www.naeducation.org postdoctoral, education     Postdoctoral
Education/ Spencer           /NAEd_Spencer_Postdocto
Postdoctoral Fellowship      ral_Fellowship.html
Program




National Air and Space       http://www.nasm.si.edu/get history, astronomy, space Postdoctoral
Museum (NASM)                involved/fellow/gfellow.cfm sciences, aerospace
(Smithsonian Institution):                               engineering, government,
Guggenheim Fellowship                                    science, technology
                                                         studies

National Gallery of Art-   http://www.nga.gov/resourc art history, painting,        Postdoctoral
Center for Advanced Study es/casvasen.htm             sculpture, architecture,
in the Visual Arts: Senior                            landscape architecture,
Fellowship Program                                    urbanism, prints and
                                                      drawings, film,
                                                      photography, decorative
                                                      arts, industrial design
                                                      postdoctoral
National Humanities          http://www.nhc.rtp.nc.us/   humanities, postdoctoral Postdoctoral
Center: Fellowships




Office of Naval              http://www.asee.org/        acoustics,                 Postdoctoral
Research/American                                        hydrodynamics,
Society for Engineering                                  aerodynamics,
Education (ASEE):                                        astrophysics, electronic
Postdoctoral Fellowship                                  devices, biotechnology,
Program                                                  oceanography,
                                                         communications,
                                                         command control and
                                                         intelligence, computer
                                                         hardware and software,
                                                         materials, target
                                                         detection, weaponry,
                                                         signal processing,
                                                         simulation, biomedicine,
                                                         training, manufacturing,
                                                         construction, logistics,
                                                         women students,
                                                         postdoctoral
Old Dominion University:   http://www.odu.edu/          early childhood         Postdoctoral
President's Graduate                                    education, speech
Fellowship                                              pathology, special
                                                        education, math/science
                                                        education, engineering
                                                        management, computer
                                                        science, psychology,
                                                        business, public
                                                        administration, health
                                                        sciences, women
                                                        students, ethnic
                                                        minorities


Radcliffe Institute:       http://www.radcliffe.edu/    humanities, social         Postdoctoral
Fellowship Program for                                  sciences, postdoctoral
Humanists and Social
Scientists




Radcliffe Institute:       http://www.radcliffe.edu/    biological science,        Postdoctoral
Fellowship Program for                                  physical science,
Natural Scientists and                                  mathematics, statistics,
Mathematicians                                          computer science,
                                                        postdoctoral



Rhodes University:       http://www.ru.ac.za/researc humanities, social            Postdoctoral
Rhodes University Andrew h/                          sciences, posdoctoral,
Mellon Postdoctoral                                  research
Fellowships


Smithsonian Institution,   http://www.si.edu/ofg/fell.ht molecular evolution,      Postdoctoral
Office of Fellowships:     m                             biology, postdoctoral
Molecular Evolution
Fellowship
Smithsonian Institution,     http://www.si.edu/research/ animal behavior,             Postdoctoral
Office of Fellowships:                                   anthropology,
Postdoctoral Fellowships                                 archaeology,
                                                         archaeometry,
                                                         astrophysics and
                                                         astronomy, earth
                                                         sciences and
                                                         paleobiology,
                                                         evolutionary and
                                                         systematic biology,
                                                         history of art, science,
                                                         technology, folklife, U.S.
                                                         history, postdoctoral


Social Sciences and        http://www.ssrc.org/           postdoctoral, social        Postdoctoral
Humanities Research                                       sciences, humanities,
Council of Canada:                                        Canadian students
Postdoctoral Fellowships
Stanford University Center http://cisac.stanford.edu/     postdoctoral, science,      Postdoctoral
for International Security                                engineering
and Cooperation (CISAC):
Science and International
Security Postdooctoral
Fellowship Program


Stanford University:      http://shc.stanford.edu/    humanities, postdoctoral Postdoctoral
External Faculty Junior
Fellowships
U.S. Department of Health http://www.ahrq.gov/fund/tr postdoctoral, healthcare, Postdoctoral
and Human Services (NIH), aining/rsrchtng.htm         medicine
Agency for Healthcare
Research and Quality
(AHRQ): National Research
Service Award, Individual
Postdoctoral Fellowships


Harvard University, The    http://socfell.fas.harvard.ed Harvard                      Postdoctoral
Society of Fellows: Junior u/
Fellowships
Helen Hay Whitney            http://www.hhwf.org/       postdoctoral, biomedical Postdoctoral
Foundation                                              science, research,
                                                        medicine




Howard Hughes Medical      http://www.hhmi.org/grants/ research, science, travel, Postdoctoral
Institute (HHMI): Research individuals/
Grants




Pharmaceutical Research http://www.phrmafoundatio pharmacology, anatomy, Postdoctoral
and Manufacturers of    n.org/                    cell biology, pathology,
America Foundation                                postdoctoral
(PhRMA): Postdoctoral
Fellowships in
Pharmacology-Morphology




Pharmaceutical Research      http://www.phrmafoundatio health outcomes,           Postdoctoral
and Manufacturers of         n.org/                    postdoctoral
America Foundation
(PhRMA): Postdoctoral
Research Fellowships in
Health Outcomes

Pharmaceutical Research      http://www.phrmafoundatio pharmacology,              Postdoctoral
and Manufacturers of         n.org/                    toxicology, postdoctoral
America Foundation
(PhRMA): Postdoctoral
Research Fellowships in
Pharmacology and
Toxicology
Franklin Research Grant      http://www.amphilsoc.org/g postdoctorate,          Postdoctoral
                             rants/franklin.htm         noncommercial research,
                                                        research leading to
                                                        publication




American Psychological   http://www.apa.org/mfp/       psychology, clinical      Psychology
Association (APA) &                                    psychology, counseling,
Substance Abuse and                                    school psychology, ethnic
Mental Health Services                                 minorities, science
Administration (SAMHSA):
Mental Health and
Substance Abuse Services
Fellowship

American Psychological       http://www.apa.org/mfp/   Psychology, HIV/AIDS,      Psychology
Association (APA) -                                    research, ethnic
National Institute of Mental                           minorities, science
Health (NIMH) -Minority
Fellowship Program:
HIV/AIDS Research
Fellowship
American Psychological       http://www.apa.org/mfp/   psychology, mental         Psychology
Association (APA) and                                  health, research, ethnic
National Institute of Mental                           minorities, science
Health (NIMH) - Minority
Fellowship Program:
Mental Health Research
Fellowship
American Psychological       http://www.apa.org/mfp/   psycholgy, clinical       Psychology
Association (APA) and                                  psychology, counseling,
National Institute of Mental                           school psychology,
Health (NIMH) - Minority                               substance abuse
Fellowship Program:                                    research, mental health,
Substance Abuse                                        ethnic minorites, science
Research Fellowship
American Psychological    http://www.apa.org/mfp/       aging, psychology, ethnic Psychology
Association (APA),                                      minorities, science
Minority Aging Network in
Psychology (MANIP):
MANIP Summer Institute
on Aging
American Psychological    http://www.apa.org/mfp/       psychology, children,       Psychology
Association (APA):                                      developmental, child-
Elizabeth Munsterberg                                   clinical, pediatric, school
Koppitz Child Psychology                                psychology, educational
Graduate Fellowships                                    psychology,
                                                        developmental
                                                        psychopathology,
                                                        science.


Institute of Living: Pre-   http://www.instituteofliving. psychology              Psychology
Doctoral Internships in     org/Education/Psychology_
Clinical Psychology.        Dept/internship.htm#intern
                            ship



Mental Health and        http://www.apa.org/mfp/cpr mental health, substance Psychology
Substance Abuse Services ogram.html                 abuse services,
Fellowship                                          psychology, ethnic
                                                    minorites




Scottish Rite               http://www.nyu.edu/pages/ dissertation,               Psychology
Schizophrenia Research      gsas/files/scottish       epidemiology,
Program: Dissertation                                 biochemistry, genetics,
Research Fellowships                                  neuroanatomy,
                                                      neurobiology,
                                                      pharmacology,
                                                      physiology, psychiatry,
                                                      psychology, sociology
Brookings Institution:       http://www.brookings.edu/    public policy, economic Public Policy
Research Fellowships in                                   studies, economic
Governance Studies                                        growth, international
                                                          economics, human
                                                          resources, industrial
                                                          organization, regulation,
                                                          public finance, monetary
                                                          economics, economic
                                                          stabilization
Hudson Institute: Herman http://www.hudson.org/           Washinton DC,                Public Policy
Kahn Resident Fellowship                                  Indianapolis, travel,
Program                                                   social sciences,
                                                          criminology, education,
                                                          social welfare policy, civil
                                                          society, economic
                                                          development, urban
                                                          planning, international
                                                          politics, economy,
                                                          security, public policy,
                                                          dissertation
iLiberty Essay Contest       http://www.iliberty.org/defa economics, public policy, Public Policy
                             ult.asp                      social sciences.




Institute for Humane         http://www.theihs.org/schol summer, public policy,   Public Policy
Studies: Charles G. Koch     arships/id.68/default.asp   social science, economic
Summer Fellow Program                                    problems.



Mathematica Policy           http://www.mathematica- social sciences, public          Public Policy
Research, Inc.: Summer       mpr.com/employment/sum policy, summer
Fellowships                  merfellow.asp

Morris K. Udall              http://www.udall.gov/udall.a environment, public         Public Policy
Foundation: Scholarship      sp?link=400                  policy, conflict resolution
and Excellence in National
Environmental Policy:
Dissertation Fellowship
Program
Morris K. Udall              http://udall.gov/udall.asp?li government, public         Public Policy
Scholarship and              nk=300                        policy, Native American
Excellence in National                                     students
Environmental Policy:
Native American
Congressional Internship
Program
President's Commission   http://www.whitehouse.gov/ government, public policy Public Policy
on White House           government/wh-intern.html
Fellowships: White House
Fellowships

The American Enterprise      http://www.aei.org/         economics, government, Public Policy
Institute: National                                      social sciences, law,
Research Initiative                                      public policy.
Fellowship Program

U.S. Office of Personnel https://www.pmi.opm.gov/        management,               Public Policy
Management: Presidential                                 government, public policy
Management Intern
Program (PMI)




United Nations               http://www.un.org/Depts/O government, law, public      Public Policy
Headquarters: Internship     HRM/sds/internsh/index.ht policy
Programme                    m

1,000 Friends of Oregon:     www.friends.org             Oregon, land use,          Public Service
Paul Gerhardt, Jr.                                       planning, public service
Internship




New York City Urban          http://www.nyc.gov/html/dc government, public          Public Service
Fellows Program              as/html/employment/urbanf service
                             ellows.shtml



Smithsonian Astrophysical http://www.si.edu/ofg/fell.ht astronomical research,      Science
Observatory (SAO)          m                            astrophysical research,
(Smithsonian Institution):                              including atomic and
Predoctoral Fellowships                                 molecular physics, high
                                                        energy astrophysics,
                                                        optical and infrared
                                                        astronomy, planetary
                                                        sciences, radio and
                                                        geoastronomy, solar
                                                        physics, stellar physics,
                                                        theoretical astrophysics
American Physical Society http://www.aps.org/progra    science, physics,         Science
(APS) & American Institute ms/honors/index.cfm         technology
of Physics (AIP):
Congressional Science
Fellowships




American Society for      http://www.asm.org/Educati microbiological sciences Science
Microbiology: Robert D.   on/index.asp?bid=6278
Watkins Minority Graduate
Fellowship


Argonne National            http://www.dep.anl.gov:80/ physical and life          Science
Laboratory (ANL):           p_graduate/labgrad.htm     sciences, mathematics,
Laboratory-Graduate                                    computer science,
Research Appointments                                  engineering fields,
                                                       conservation,
                                                       environmental science,
                                                       fission and fusion energy,
                                                       energy technologies


Argonne National            http://www.anl.gov/        summer, physical          Science
Laboratory: Student                                    science, life sciences,
Research Participation                                 mathematics, computer
                                                       science, engineering.
Association for Practical   http://www.indiana.edu/~ap physical science, biology Science
and Professional Ethics     pe/study.html
(APPE): May Workshop on
Graduate Research Ethics
Education

Association of Women in http://www.awis.org/career plant biology, physics,       Science
Science (AWIS) Education s/edfoundation.html       parent, biochemistry,
Foundation Fellowships                             phramacology, female
                                                   students
Environmental Research   http://www.erefdn.org/schol biology, physical           Science
and Education Foundation ar.html                     sciences, social
(EREF): Francois                                     sciences, environmental
Fiessinger Scholarship                               research

European Molecular          http://www.embo.org/fellow molecular biology,        Science
Biology Organization:       ships/index.html           Europe, travel,
Long Term Fellowships                                  postdoctoral



Fannie and John Hertz      http://www.hertzfoundation. science, applied physics, Science
Foundation: Graduate       org/                        applied chemistry,
Fellowships in the Applied                             applied mathematics,
Physical Sciences                                      applied modern biology,
                                                       engineering

Grass Foundation: Grass     http://www.grassfoundation neurophysiology,          Science
Fellowships in              .org/                      membrane biophysics,
Neuroscience at the                                    integrative neurobiology,
Marine Biological                                      neuroethology,
Laboratory (MBL)                                       neuroanatomy,
                                                       neuropharmacology,
                                                       cellular biology,
                                                       developmental
                                                       neurobiology, cognitive
                                                       neuroscience


International Institute for http://www.iiasa.ac.at/Admi economics, risk analysis, Science
Applied Systems Analysis n/YSP/scholar.html             atmospheric science,
(IIASA): The Peccei and                                 earth sciences, global
Mikhalevich Fellowships                                 change studies, applied
                                                        mathematics, statistics,
                                                        systems analysis,
                                                        environmental policy,
                                                        environmental
                                                        engineering, forestry,
                                                        remote sensing,
                                                        geography, physics,
                                                        chemistry, ecology,
                                                        international law, energy
                                                        studies, water resources,
                                                        political science



Link Foundation: Energy     http://www.linkenergy.org/   science, engineering    Science
Fellowship Program
Los Alamos National          http://www.lanl.gov/educati technology, science     Science
Laboratory: Graduate         on/grad/about.shtml
Research Assistant
Program




Myasthenia Gravis          http://www.myasthenia.org/ nuerobiology, behavioral Science
Foundation Research                                   science, myasthenia
Fellowship: Henry R. Viets                            gravis
Fellowship
National Aeronautics and http://www.uncfsp.org/       aeronautics/aerospace, Science
Space Administration                                  astronomy,
(NASA)/ United Negro                                  bioengineering, biology,
College Fund Special                                  chemistry, computer
Programs Corporation:                                 science, earth sciences,
Harriett G. Jenkins                                   engineering,
Predoctoral Fellowship                                environmental sciences,
Program                                               life sciences, materials
                                                      sciences, mathematics,
                                                      meteorology, physical
                                                      sciences, physics,
                                                      science education, ethnic
                                                      minorites, women
                                                      students, disabled
                                                      students


National Air and Space       http://www.nasm.si.edu/get summer                   Science
Museum (NASM)                involved/intern/index.cfm
(Smithsonian Institution):
Internship Program
National Air and Space       http://www.nasm.si.edu/get history, astronomy, space Science
Museum (NASM)                involved/fellow/rfellow.cfm sciences, aerospace
(Smithsonian Institution):                               engineering, government,
Ramsey Fellowship in                                     science, technology
Naval Aviation History                                   studies, U.S. naval flight
                                                         history, research
National Defense Science http://www.asee.org/ndseg/ aeronautical and          Science
and Engineering Graduate preface.cfm                astronautical
Fellowship Program                                  engineering, biosciences,
                                                    chemical engineering,
                                                    chemistry, civil
                                                    engineering, cognitive,
                                                    neural, and behavioral
                                                    sciences, computer and
                                                    computational sciences,
                                                    electrical engineering,
                                                    geosciences, materials
                                                    science and engineering,
                                                    mathematics, mechanical
                                                    engineering, naval
                                                    architecture and ocean
                                                    engineering,
                                                    oceanography, physics




National Inventors Hall of http://www.invent.org/colleg inventor, science,       Science
Fame: Collegiate Inventors iate/                        engineering, technology,
Competition                                             mathematics



National Physical Science   http://www.npsc.org/       physical sciences,       Science
Consortium                                             biochemistry, computer
                                                       science, science,
                                                       engineering, Doctoral
National Science              http://nsf.gov/funding/pgm_ social sciences, biolgical Science
Foundation                    summ.jsp?pims_id=6201 and physical sciences,
                                                          mathematics




National Science              http://www.nsf.gov/funding/ science, technology,        Science
Foundation (NSF)              pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=6 engineering,
Graduate Research             201&org=NSF                 mathematics, research
Fellowships




Oak Ridge Institute for       http://orise.orau.gov/index. chemistry, computer        Science
Science and Education         htm                          science, engineering,
(ORISE) and U.S.                                           environmental sciences,
Department of Energy,                                      geology, mathematics,
Office of Fossil Energy:                                   physics, stastistics
Professional Internships at
the National Energy
Technology Laboratory
Oak Ridge Institute for       http://orise.orau.gov/index. communications,            Science
Science and Education         htm                          economics,
(ORISE)/ Centers for                                       environmental health,
Disease Control and                                        epidemiology, health
Prevention: Student                                        sciences, life sciences,
Research Participation                                     occupational safety,
                                                           health, premedical
                                                           sciences, physical
                                                           sciences, science
Oak Ridge Institute for       http://orise.orau.gov/index. biological sciences,    Science
Science and Education         htm                          chemistry, computer
(ORISE)/ National Center                                   sciences, mathematics,
for Toxicological                                          medicine, pharmacology,
Research: Student                                          toxicology, science
Research Participation
Oak Ridge Institute for   http://orise.orau.gov/index. computer sciences,           Science
Science and Education     htm                          engineering, life
(ORISE)/ National Oceanic                              sciences, physical
and Atmospheric                                        sciences, business
Administration (NOAA):
NOAA Student Research
Participation

Oak Ridge Institute for      http://orise.orau.gov/index. law, environment          Science
Science and Education        htm
(ORISE)/ Savannah River
Site: Law Internship
Program
Oak Ridge Institute for      http://orise.orau.gov/index. biological sciences,      Science
Science and Education        htm                          computer sciences,
(ORISE)/ U.S. Army Soldier                                engineering,
and Biological Chemical                                   environmental sciences,
Command, Edgewood                                         physical sciences,
Chemical and Biological                                   physical sciences,
Center: Student Research                                  science
Participation

Pharmaceutical Research      http://www.phrmafoundatio biological, chemical and     Science
and Manufacturers of         n.org/                    pharmacological
America Foundation                                     sciences in such areas
(PhRMA): Postdoctoral                                  as genetics, genomics,
Research Fellowships in                                proteomics, biological
Informatics                                            pathways, postdoctoral




Pharmaceutical Research      http://www.phrmafoundatio postdoctoral,                Science
and Manufacturers of         n.org/                    pharmacology,
America Foundation                                     pharmaceutics,
(PhRMA): Postdoctoral                                  biopharmaceutics,
Research Fellowships in                                pharmaceutical
Pharmaceutics                                          technology,
                                                       pharmaceutical
                                                       biotechnology
Pharmaceutical Research http://www.phrmafoundatio pharmacology,                     Science
and Manufacturers of        n.org/                toxicology, dissertation
America Foundation
(PhRMA): Predoctoral
Fellowships for Training in
Pharmacology and
Toxicology.

Pharmaceutical Research    http://www.phrmafoundatio health outcomes, thesis        Science
and Manufacturers of       n.org/
America Foundation
(PhRMA): Predoctoral
Fellowships in Health
Outcomes.

Pharmaceutical Research http://www.phrmafoundatio pharmacology                      Science
and Manufacturers of      n.org/
America Foundation
(PhRMA): The Paul
Calabresi Medical Student
Research Fellowship in
Clinical Pharmacology.


Pine Family Foundation:    http://www.pinefamilyfound   biological sciences,       Science
Scholarships               ation.org/                   Alzheimer’s, AIDs
Robert Wood Johnson        http://www.healthandsociet   health professions,        Science
Foundation: Health &       yscholars.org/               behavioral science, social
Society Scholars Program                                sciences, biology, natural
                                                        sciences

Smithsonian Institution,   http://www.si.edu/research/ animal behavior,             Science
Office of Fellowships:                                 anthropology,
Graduate Student                                       archaeology,
Fellowships                                            archaeometry,
                                                       astrophysics and
                                                       astronomy, earth
                                                       sciences and
                                                       paleobiology,
                                                       evolutionary and
                                                       systematic biology,
                                                       history of art, science,
                                                       technology, folklife, U.S.
                                                       history
Smithsonian Institution,     http://www.si.edu/research/ animal behavior,             Science
Office of Fellowships:                                   anthropology,
Predoctoral Fellowships                                  archaeology,
                                                         archaeometry,
                                                         astrophysics and
                                                         astronomy, earth
                                                         sciences and
                                                         paleobiology,
                                                         evolutionary and
                                                         systematic biology,
                                                         history of art, science,
                                                         technology, folklife, U.S.
                                                         history, dissertation


U.S. Department of Health http://www.ahrq.gov/fund/tr dissertation, healthcare,       Science
and Human Services (NIH), aining/rsrchtng.htm         behavioral, social
Agency for Healthcare                                 sciences, biostatistical
Research and Quality                                  science, epidemiology,
(AHRQ): Grants for Health                             economics, education,
Services Dissertation                                 policy, management,
Research                                              medicine, nursing,
                                                      science


U.S. Department of Health http://grants.nih.gov/grants/ healthcare, research,         Science
and Human Services (NIH), guide/pa-files/par-99-        science, medicine
Agency for Healthcare     164.html
Research and Quality
(AHRQ): Independent
Scientists Award

U.S. Department of Health http://www.ahrq.gov/fund/s summer, healthcare,              Science
and Human Services (NIH), ummerint.htm               medicine
Agency for Healthcare
Research and Quality
(AHRQ): Summer Intern
Program
U.S. Department of        http://www.orau.gov/dhsed/ science, biology, social         Science
Homeland Security (DHS),                             sciences, behavioral
Science and Technology                               science, science policy,
Directorate: Graduate                                engineering,
Fellowships                                          mathematics, computer
                                                     sciences
U.S. Department of           http://www.orau.gov/dhsed/ biology, social sciences,     Science
Homeland Security                                       behavioral sciences,
Scholarship and                                         science policy,
Fellowship Program                                      engineering,
                                                        mathematics, computer
                                                        science, research
U.S. National Park Service http://www.nature.nps.gov/ economics, geography,       Science
(NPS) Social Science       socialscience/activities.cfm psychology, political
Program: Graduate                                       science, sociology,
Student Internships                                     Washington DC



United Negro College Fund http://www.uncf.org/pfizer/   biomedical research,      Science
(UNCF) & Pfizer                                         medicine, biology, ethnic
Biomedical Research                                     minorities
Initiative: UNCF-Pfizer
Postdoctoral Fellowships

United Negro College Fund http://www.uncf.org/merck/ dissertation, science,       Science
(UNCF)/ Merck Science     programs/grad.htm          biology, physical
Initiative: Graduate                                 sciences, African
Science Research                                     American students
Dissertation Fellowships.

Epilepsy Foundation of      http://www.epilepsyfoundati sociology, social work,     Science
America: Behavioral         on.org/research/grants.cfm psychology,
Sciences Student                                        anthropology, nursing,
Fellowships                                             economics, vocational
                                                        rehabilitation, counseling,
                                                        political science, epilepsy
                                                        research, summer


Harvard University: Ethics http://www.fas.harvard.edu/ Harvard, bioethics,        Science
and Health Postdoctoral    home/                       postdoctoral, research
Fellows Program




Pharmaceutical Research     http://www.phrmafoundatio pharmaceutics,              Science
and Manufacturers of        n.org/awards/pharmaceutic biopharmaceutics,
America Foundation          s/                        pharmaceutical
(PhRMA): Fellowships for                              technology, research
Predoctoral Training in
Pharmaceutics

American Sociological     http://www.asanet.org/        sociology                 Sociology
Association (ASA):
Community Action
Research Initiative - The
Sydney S. Spivack
Program in Applied Social
Research and Social
Policy
ASA Congressional          http://www.asanet.org/cs/ro sociology, doctoral    Sociology
Felllowship: The Sydney S. ot/leftnav/funding/asa_con candidate
Spivack Program in.        gressional_fellowship
Applied Social Research
and Social Policy




Ford Foundation Grant       http://www.fordfound.org/gr asset building,        Sociology
Database                    ants_db/view_grant_detail1 community development,
                            .cfm                        knowledge, creativity,
                                                        freedom, peace, social
                                                        justice




Henry A. Murray Research http://www.radcliffe.edu/mu dissertation, social     Sociology
Center of Radcliffe      rray_redirect/index.php     sciences, behavioral
College: Henry A. Murray                             sciences, human
Dissertation Award                                   development



Institute for Humane        http://www.theihs.org/      humane studies,       Sociology
Studies: Humane Studies                                 humanities, social
Fellowships                                             sciences, research,
                                                        morality, economics
Horace Smith Fund: Walter http://www.horacesmithfun Massachusetts                  Students from Specific
S. Barr Fellowships       d.org/scholarships/fellowsh                              Ares
                          ip.jsp                                                   or with Special Needs

Alexander Graham Bell        http://www.agbell.org/Deskt deaf students             Students from Specific
Association for the Deaf:    opDefault.aspx?p=College                              Ares
College Scholarship          _Scholarship_Awards                                   or with Special Needs
Awards




Five College Women's         http://www.fivecolleges.edu visual artists, film and  Theater Arts &
Studies Research Center      /sites/fcwsrc/about/        video makers, architects, Filmmaking
Ford Associateships                                      designers, dancers and
                                                         actors, women's studies,
                                                         Latin America, Asia,
                                                         Europe




Institute for Humane         http://www.theihs.org/     filmmaking, fiction,       Theater Arts &
Studies: Film and Fiction                               writing, or play writing   Filmmaking
Scholarship Competition
Optical Society of America   http://www.osa.org/membe optics, science, travel      Travel to Present
(OSA): New Focus Student     rship/awards2/other/stu_gr
Travel Grants                ants.cfm

American Fellowships:        http://www.aauw.org/fga/fel female, doctoral          Women
American Association of      lowships_grants/american. candidates, research,
University Women             cfm                         domestic




Business and Professional http://www.bpwusa.org/i4a/ women                         Women
Women's (BPW)             pages/index.cfm?pageid=1
Foundation Education
Programs: Career
Advancement Scholarship
Program
Business and Professional http://www.bpwnys.org/       women, New York          Women
Women's Clubs of New
York State: Grace
LeGendre Fellowships

Canadian Federation of  http://www.cfuw.org/index. Canada, women                Women
University Women (CFUW) php
Fellowships Competition


Five College Women's        http://www.fivecolleges.edu women’s studies,        Women
Studies Research Center     /sites/fcwsrc/about/        research
Research Associateships




Henry A. Murray Research http://www.radcliffe.edu/mu dissertation, women        Women
Center of Radcliffe      rray_redirect/index.php     students, social sciences,
College: Jeanne Humphrey                             behavioral science, sex
Block Dissertation Award                             and gender, human
                                                     development



Horizons Foundation:        http://wid.ndia.org/horizon/s women students, security Women
Scholarship Program for     cholar.htm                    studies, military history,
Women in Defense                                          government relations,
                                                          engineering, computer
                                                          science, physics,
                                                          mathematics, business,
                                                          law, international
                                                          relations, political
                                                          science, economics



International Fellowships: http://www.aauw.org/fga/fel female, doctoral         Women
American Association of    lowships_grants/internation candidates, research,
University Women           al.cfm                      international
Iota Sigma Pi, National     http://www.iotasigmapi.info/ women students,            Women
Honor Society for Women     ISPprofawards/ISPprofawa chemistry, biochemistry
in Chemistry: Agnes Fay     rds.html
Morgan Research Award

Iota Sigma Pi, National   http://www.iotasigmapi.info/ women students,              Women
Honor Society for Women                                chemistry, research
in Chemistry: Anna Louise
Hoffman Award for
Outstanding Achievement
in Graduate Research

Margaret McNamara           http://som.georgetown.edu/ women students,              Women
Memorial Fund               scholarship/mcnamara.htm developing countries,
                            l                          agriculture, architecture,
                                                       urban planning, civil
                                                       engineering, education,
                                                       nursing, nutrition,
                                                       pediatrics, public
                                                       administration, public
                                                       health, sociology, social
                                                       work


Newberry Library (D'Arcy    http://www.newberry.org/re humanities, social           Women
McNickle Center for the     search/felshp/long-        sciences, Native
History of the American     term.html                  American students,
Indian): Frances C. Allen                              women students
Fellowships
Newberry Library:           http://www.newberry.org/re America, Europe, history Women
Monticello College          search/felshp/long-        , literature, women’s
Foundation Fellowship for   term.html                  studies, women students,
Women                                                  postdoctoral

NOAA/ U.S. Department of http://fosterscholars.noaa.g women students, ethnic        Women
Commerce: The Dr. Nancy ov/                           minorities,
Foster Scholarship                                    oceanography, marine
Program                                               biology, maritime
                                                      archaeology.



Resources for the Future:   http://www.rff.org/         social sciences, public    Women
Summer Internship                                       policy, natural resources,
Opportunities                                           energy, environment,
                                                        summer
Selected Professions        http://www.aauw.org/fga/fel female, architecture,      Women
Fellowships: American       lowships_grants/selected.c computer/information
Association of University   fm                          sciences, engineering,
Wome                                                    mathematics, statistics,
                                                        business administration,
                                                        law, medicine




Semiconductor Research      http://www.src.org/Default. science,                Women
Corporation (SRC):          asp?bhcp=1                  microelectronics, women
Master's Scholarship                                    students, ethnic
Program                                                 minorities

Woodrow Wilson             http://www.woodrow.org/wo dissertation, women’s         Women
Dissertation Fellowship in mens-studies/index.php    studies
Women’s Studies




Zonta International       http://www.zonta.org/site/P aerospace science,       Women
Foundation: Amelia        ageServer                    engineering, women
Earhart Fellowship Awards                              students.
for Women
P.E.O. Sisterhood:        http://peointernational.org/ women students, foreign Women
International Peace                                    students
Scholarship Fund
SUNY Albany: Fellowship   http://www.cwig.albany.edu public policy, women's   Women
on Women and Public       /                          studies, government
Policy
                        Description

Annual award to support U.S. and Canadian graduate
students in the study of Iridaceae, with preference being
given to studies emphasizing the genus Iris L.
Annual program to support graduate study in enology,
viticulture, health aspects of wine, and the responsible use
and appreciation of fine wines.
Annual award to support graduate students doing research to
further the study of history and design in the American garden
and to look at the future of gardens and their unique place in
our environment.




Annual grant to support study and research in ecological
restoration as well as advance knowledge and increase the
numbers of scientists in this field.




Annual grant to enable study in medicinal botany.




Annual awards to promote the preservation of tropical forests
by enlarging the body of botanists with field experience.

Annual award to promote conservation of rare and
endangered flora in the U.S. through the programs for the
Center for Plant Conservation headquartered at the Missouri
Botanical Garden.
Annual award to encourage the study of horticulture and
related subjects.

Annual award to support undergraduates and Master's
students in summer field botany research in the United
States. Goal is to increase the importance of botany to the
field of horticulture.
Annual award for a well-qualified science student above the
freshman year to assist with a project in tropical ornamental
horticulture that has been accepted by an accredited U.S.
college or university. The scholarship is for a U.S. graduate or
undergraduate student who wishes to study, pursue an
internship, or do research in the field of ornamental tropical
horticulture at an appropriate foreign institution.
Annual award to further the knowledge and use of herbs and
contribute the results of the study and research to the records
of horticulture, science, literature, history, art or economics.

Annual award to support graduate students and postdoctoral
scholars for study at the Smithsonian Institution at
Washington, D.C. for 12 to 24 months. Fellows are expected
to begin their 12-month term between June 1 and October 1.
The award may be extended for an additional 12 months.

Annual scholarship program to contribute to agricultural
research and education in developing countries by sending
outstanding international students to U.S. universities for
doctoral study in plant breeding.



Annual program that supports research to better understand
and improve the impacts of non-timber forest product (NTFP)
harvest and marketing on rural livelihoods and tropical forest
ecosystems. A successful application will outline the need for
research, its potential applications and its likely impact on
local communities and forest ecosystems.

Annual fellowship to provide an opportunity for one graduate
student to spend three months in Rocky Mountain National
Park to learn about wildlife programs, vegetation and riparian
studies, fire|ecology, cultural sciences, archeology and
historic structures management or other fields of interest to
the park.
The purpose is to promote mutual learning among graduate
students and forest communities about the conditions and
practices that promote the sustainable management of
forests.




Annual award to support a person working on an individual
project of a scholarly nature relating to Aegean Bronze Age
Archaeology.



Annual award to support a Rome Prize Fellowship for the
study of archaeology or classical studies in Rome.
Annual program to provide a prearranged, structured learning
experience, under the guidance of the director of the Division.
Interns focus on primary research materials to study specific
preservation issues in the Smithsonian's architectural history.



Bi-annual program to support further research into human
origins.




The Lewis and Clark Fund (initially supported by the Stanford
Ascherman/Baruch Blumberg Fund for Basic Science,
established by a benefaction from the late Stanford
Ascherman, MD, of San Francisco) encourages exploratory
field studies for the collection of specimens and data and to
provide the imaginative stimulus that accompanies direct
observation. Applications are invited from disciplines with a
large dependence on field studies, such as archeology,
anthropology, biology, ecology, geography, geology,
linguistics, and paleontology, but grants will not be restricted
to these fields. Graduate students and postdoctoral and junior
scientists wishing to pursue projects in astrobiological field
studies should consult the program description and forms for
the Lewis and Clark Fund in Exploration and Field Research
in Astrobiology.


Since 1978, more than 150 advanced graduate students from
some 50 different universities in North America and Europe
have received dissertation fellowships from the McNeil
Center. While a limited number of shorter-term awards may
be made, all candidates should apply for a nine-month
appointment. Fellows receive office space in the Center’s
magnificent new building on the University of Pennsylvania’s
historic campus and library, computer, and other privileges at
the University. Limited travel funds for research are also
available. While no teaching is required for most fellowships,
all McNeil Center fellows are expected to be in residence in
Philadelphia during the academic year and to participate
regularly in the Center’s program of seminars and other
activities.
To provide funds for students completing dissertations in
anthropology.

Annual award for promising young scholars to pursue
projects related to the MMA collections. Usually a fellowship
will be given for a maximum of one year, most of which time
should be spent at the MMA.
Annual award to support scholars who are studying the fine
arts of the western world and who can make use of the
Museum's collections. Awarded for a period of 3 to 12
months.




Annual award to support students in one of their final two
years in a professional degree program.




Bi-annual fellowship for an American architect to spend 6
months in France for an intensive work/study program in
historic preservation techniques and practices. French
architects spend 6-month periods in the U.S. in alternate
years.
Annual award to support a student submitting the winning
proposal outlining a foreign itinerary directly relevant to
his/her education goals. Students must complete travel
before graduation.




Annual award to increase the awareness of students to the
special needs and nature of healthcare facilities, attract
young architects to this area, and advance the knowledge
and understanding of planning and design of healthcare
environments in general.

The recipients of our awards--which come courtesy of the
NEH (national endowment for the humanities), ECA (United
States Dept. of State, Bureau of Educational & Cultural
Affairs), Samuel H. Kress Foundation, and William P.
McHugh Memorial Fund--will conduct research in Egypt for a
period of no less than 3 months.
Annual programs providing 10-week summer internships,
either paid and unpaid, and unpaid internships during the
academic year. The program gives students experience in
museum operations and prepares them for professions within
museums or corporate design.




Annual award to support research for academic dissertations
by promising scholars who are doctoral candidates and
whose research focuses on areas directly concerned with
architecture and with other arts that are immediately
contributive to architecture.




Annual award to support U.S. scholars, specialists, and
artists to conduct research and to undertake projects in Asia
involving the interdisciplinary analysis of religion and the arts.




Annual award to support short- to medium-term research by
scholars interested in the historical and cultural relationships
between economic life and the arts. Research is in residency
at the Hagley Museum and Library and the Winterthur
Museum, Gardens, and Library.



Annual internship program to allow graduate students to work
with museum professionals at the Hirshhorn Museum and
Sculpture Garden for one or two academic semesters.



Annual awards to further the careers of students interested in
object conservation, decorative arts, historic preservation or
museum studies.

Annual award to support doctoral dissertation research.
This annual fellowship is for a period of six to eight weeks of
continuous travel abroad in areas such as Africa, Asia,
Europe, or South America, to sites of historical and cultural
interest, including museums, exhibitions, collections,
monuments, and historic sites.



Spring program to foster integration and cooperation between
the fields of conservation and history of art and archaeology.




Annual training program at SAAM for graduate students.




Annual fellowship awards to support independent and
dissertation research in art and visual culture of the United
States. There is one application process for four awards: the
Douglass Foundation Fellowship in American Arts, Patricia
and Phillip Frost Fellowship, Sara Roby Fellowship in
Twentieth-Century American Realism, and James Renwick
Fellowship in American Craft.
Annual summer training program at SAAM for students.




Annual award to support scholars and practitioners to
research and write on topics of importance to the museum
field, through fellowships of up to six months in duration at
Smithsonian Institution facilities in Washington, D.C.



Annual program to enable graduate students, (recent
graduates and undergraduates as well) to supplement their
course work with practical museum training in arts
administration, art history, conservation, education, film and
media studies and museum studies. Minimum commitment is
for three months at 15 hours per week.
Annual program to enable graduate students, (preferably
doctoral) to train for nine months in the Curatorial
Departments at alternately the Guggenheim in New York,
Bilbao and Venice. Students will stay for periods of three
months at each site.




Annual program to enable graduate students, (recent
graduates and undergraduates as well) to supplement their
course work with practical museum training and to increase
the diversity of individuals entering the museum profession.




Annual program to enable graduate students, (recent
graduates and undergraduates as well) to supplement their
course work with practical museum training in arts
administration, art history, conservation, education, film and
media studies and museum studies. Typically unpaid, but
some stipends are available for enrolled graduate students.




Annual scholarships to assist liberal arts undergraduates to
pursue professional accounting careers through graduate
study in accounting. Carey Scholarships are awarded to
liberal arts degree-holders who show high potential to
become successful accounting practitioners.
Annual program to support doctoral students in the research
and writing of their dissertations. AIR program seeks to foster
use of federal databases as sources of information on issues
related to higher education.



Annual scholarship award for exceptional academic
achievement and community service experience, offered as
encouragement to students to attend outstanding colleges
and universities in the U.S.

Annual program to provide the Congress with objective,
timely, and nonpartisan analyses needed for economic and
budget decisions.
Annual program to provide matching scholarship funds to
CPCU Society Chapters that establish scholarship programs
to foster insurance education at the college level.



The Daniel B. Goldberg Scholarship is available for award to
a graduate student who is enrolled in full-time master's study
preparing for a career in state and local government finance.



The Frank L. Greathouse Government Accounting
Scholarship is available for award to one or more
undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in full-time study
preparing for a career in state and local government finance.




The George A. Nielsen Public Investor Scholarship is
available for award to an employee of a local government or
other public entity who is enrolled or plans to enroll in an
undergraduate or graduate program in public administration,
finance, business administration or a related field.

The Minorities in Government Finance Scholarship is
available for award to an upper-division undergraduate or
graduate student enrolled in a course of study preparing for a
career in state and local government finance.



The Public Employee Retirement Research and
Administration Scholarship is available for award to a full- or
part-time student who is enrolled in a graduate program in
public administration, finance, business administration, or
social sciences preparing for a career in state and local
government with a focus on public-sector retirement benefits.



Annual awards to support short-term visits to Hagley Museum
and Library for scholarly research.




Annual award to support doctoral candidates conducting
dissertation research, when the research would benefit from
use of Hagley's research collections. Fellows are in residence
at Hagley Museum and Library for 4 months.
Annual program to provide an opportunity for graduate
students to learn about IDB operations and acquire work
experience for two months at the professional level through
on-the-job training during their summer vacation.



Annual program for graduate training in the theory and
practice of economic policy making and management. The
objective of the program is to impart to young policy-makers
the skills required to design and implement policy effectively
in their home countries. Possibility for enrollment in an
intensive language proficiency program.
Annual program to advance interdisciplinary research in the
social sciences and to support innovative economic research
with application to substantive issues. The program supports
graduate student participation in the summer workshop of the
Program in Applied Economics.

Annual program to develop a stronger, conceptually richer,
and more interdisciplinary approach to the study of the nature
of firms and other business institutions. The program
encourages innovative research on the social and cultural as
well as economic aspects of the corporation through
dissertation grants and a series of workshops with senior
scholars held at Berkeley, Calif.
Annual program- The Institute conducts scientific inquiry and
research into general economics with a focus on monetary
economics, methodology of economics, business cycle
analysis, forecasting and other topics. Fellows attend summer
seminar and have a possibility of continued support into the
academic year.

To improve the understanding of significant contemporary
economic, political and social developments relating to
Europe, European integration and relations between Europe
and the United States. See website for topic
recommendations.
Annual competition for the best doctoral dissertation
proposals on important marketing subjects.




Annual program to support advanced degree students
researching topics related to community associations, e.g.
condominiums, cooperatives, townhouse developments, etc.
Annual program to provide master's degree students with
learning opportunities for incorporating hazard mitigation into
community planning practices. The program is managed for
FEMA by the Multihazard Mitigation Council of the National
Institute of Building Sciences. Fellowship year runs from the
summer after the application deadline to the end of the
following academic year.



To help graduate-level planning students learn (1) to
incorporate hazard mitigation into community planning
practices and (2) to explore how the Federal Emergency
Management Agency (FEMA) can best integrate planning into
its mitigation initiatives and post-disaster recovery efforts.

Annual awards to empower a new generation of urban
scholars to develop and conduct applied research in the fields
of housing and community development.




Annual awards to support pre-dissertation doctoral students
cultivating their research skills through the preparation of
research manuscripts that focus on housing and urban
development issues.




Annual award to promote historical research on various topics
relating to the history of computing.
The Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate
Fellowship (DOE CSGF) is a program funded by the
Department of Energy’s Office of Science and National
Nuclear Security Administration. Now in its 15th year, the
DOE CSGF trains scientists to meet the nation’s workforce
needs and helps to create a nationwide interdisciplinary
community. The fellowship provides support and guidance to
some of the nation’s best scientific graduate students, and
these graduates now work in DOE laboratories, private
industry and educational institutions. The fellowship currently
supports 62 students at 31 universities in 20 states. Over
250 students at more than 50 U.S. universities have trained
as Fellows, and the demand is only growing.


Annual award to encourage the training of computational
scientists by providing financial scholarships for female
students in the computer sciences.
Annual award to support research in advanced simulation
and training.

Annual award to encourage the training of computational
scientists by providing financial support to talented graduate
students in applied sciences and engineering with
applications in high-performance computing.




Annual award to encourage the training of computational
scientists by providing financial support to talented graduate
students in the field of computer science with an emphasis on
high-performance computing.




Biannual fellowship program to provide support to
outstanding doctoral students undertaking independent
research issues in crime and justice. NIJ awards these
fellowships in an effort to encourage doctoral students to
contribute critical and innovative thinking to pressing justice
problems.
The National Institute of Justice is the research,
development, and evaluation agency of the U.S. Department
of Justice. NIJ provides objective, independent, evidence-
based knowledge and tools to enhance the administration of
justice and public safety. The Institute solicits proposals to
inform its search for the knowledge and tools to guide policy
and practice through announcements on its Web site at
http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/nij. All awards are subject to the .
availability of appropriated funds. .


Annual award to support individual training in the languages
of Eastern Europe (except those of the successor states of
the Soviet Union): Albanian, Bulgarian, Czech, Hungarian,
Macedonian, Polish, Romanian, Serbo-Croatian, Slovak, and
Slovene.
Annual awards to support D.C. residents for education or
training beyond the high school level.




The State System of Higher Education (SSHE) for
Pennsylvania offers summer teaching opportunities to
graduate students entering the final year of terminal degree
programs and preparing to be college teachers. This program
is designed to give graduate students from historically
underrepresented and underserved populations teaching
experience and to explore employment opportunities within a
university setting, which is committed to cultural diversity.
Selected scholars will teach and/or co-teach one course
during one of the two 5-week Summer Sessions. See web
site for more details on campuses available and application
procedures.


Annual award based on the essay theme: "Education and a
Free Society." Goal is to support graduate students planning
to teach at the college level (especially those who wish to
integrate the idea of liberal arts education with their teaching
efforts).
Annual award to investigate educational systems of the world
and publish and distribute findings exclusively for charitable,
scientific, and educational purposes to interested persons
and organizations on a nondiscriminatory basis.

Teaching Fellowships are available to students who have
received a Bachelor's or advanced degree in science,
engineering or mathematics and are committed to teaching
high school science and/or mathematics in United States
schools.
Annual awards to provide partial financial support for Korean-
American students at U.S. institutions of higher education, in
both graduate and undergraduate degree programs.

The Dissertation Fellowship Program seeks to encourage a
new generation of scholars from a wide range of disciplines
and professional fields to undertake research relevant to the
improvement of education. These $25,000 fellowships
support individuals whose dissertations show potential for
bringing fresh and constructive perspectives to the history,
theory, or practice of formal or informal education anywhere
in the world.
Annual program to provide loans to doctoral degree students
at accredited universities throughout the U.S., with the
objective of increasing the pool of individuals with the
qualifications, motivation, and skills to teach the diverse
student body of CSU.

Annual program to provide scholarships to graduate and
advanced undergraduate students who are interested in
careers in the surface-finishing field.




Annual award to enhance the careers of recent Ph.D.
recipients, to promote research related to the goals of
ASHRAE, and to promote ASHRAE-related educational
efforts in universities and colleges.




Annual award to encourage graduate students to continue
their studies, in preparation for service in the HVAC & R
industry.
Participants joining this multidisciplinary summer program will
be introduced to the interesting and challenging research on
the nuclear fuel cycle that cross-cuts nuclear reactor physics
and design, fuels, chemical separation processes, repository
science, actinide chemistry, materials science and
engineering, nonproliferation, advanced computing and
simulation, systems analyses, economics, power generation,
the hydrogen economy, and clean-water technologies. |.


To support graduate study in the field of concrete at an
accredited college or university in the U.S.A. or Canada.




To sponsor persons interested in pursuing a Master's
Doctorate or equivalent degree in a field related to
transportation.




The Graduate Fellowship Award is based on merit (not need)
and consists of a cost-of-education allowance and a personal-
support stipend. The cost-of-education allowance is accepted
by all of the tenable schools in lieu of all fees and tuition.
Hertz Fellows therefore have no liability for any ordinary
educational costs, regardless of their choice among tenable
schools. Successful applicants have the choice of two
Fellowship options. Fellows must attend one of the
Foundation's tenable schools, or must petition the Foundation
to include a school that he/she desires to attend.
Annual program to help enlarge the pool of talented Ph.D.s in
areas of importance to IBM. Intended for students wishing to
pursue a career in research.




Annual program to stimulate student interest and university
participation in preparing individuals for careers in the
growing Simulation & Training Systems and Education
industry.




Annual award to conduct research and create knowledge that
will benefit the travel plaza and truckstop industry and secure
its future; to provide educational opportunities to industry
employees; and to coordinate public outreach programs for
the industry which benefit the general public and enhance the
industry.
To encourage academically gifted students to pursue doctoral
degrees in research areas consistent with SRC goals and to
prepare students for placement in SRC companies and U.S.
universities.




Annual program to assist the development of promising
engineering graduate students and to encourage them to
pursue careers teaching at the collegiate level.



Annual award to encourage studies relating to the
conservation of energy in transportation, agriculture &
construction, and power generation. Emphasis will be placed
on research or study related to the internal combustion
engine.
Annual award to increase the number of U.S. citizens trained
in disciplines of science and engineering in fields important to
national defense.
AISES' own scholarship program was established in 1983 in
memory of A.T. Anderson, a Mohawk and chemical engineer
who founded AISES with six other American Indian scientists.
Scholarships are awarded to members of AISES who are
American Indian/Alaskan Native college students pursuing
academic programs in the sciences, engineering, medicine,
natural resources, and math.



The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation's Minority Ph.D.
Program—managed by NACME—has two components. The
Ph.D. component offers substantial scholarship support to
underrepresented minority students who are beginning their
doctoral work in engineering, natural science and
mathematics. Since its establishment in 1995, the program
has provided direct support to almost 600 minority Ph.D.
students in these fields. The smaller Feeder component
offers underrepresented minority B.S. or M.S. students
access to select faculty and departments that have
demonstrated success in sending their students on to
doctoral programs.
With support from the National Science Foundation (NSF)
and the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) of
the Institute of Education Sciences, the AERA Grants
Program announces its Research Grants Program. The
program's goals are: (1) to stimulate research on issues
related to U.S. education policy and practice using NCES and
NSF data sets; (2) to improve the educational research
community's firsthand knowledge of the range of data
available at the two agencies and how to use them; and (3) to
increase the number of educational researchers using the
data sets. Underrepresented minority researchers are
strongly encouraged to apply.


Annual award to support American Indian and Alaskan Native
graduate students in Master's, Doctoral, and professional
degree programs.



Annual award to support American Indian and Alaskan Native
graduate students in Masters, Doctoral, or Professional fields.
Annual scholarship to enhance the overall learning
experience for students in environmental science,
environmental studies or engineering disciplines and
empower tribal communities and governments with qualified
environmental professionals that, in turn, empower the
environmental management capacity of Tribal Nations.

Annual award to assist talented students in meeting the
financial demands of attending college or graduate school.




Annual award to enable more minority students to enter and
to move ahead in the accounting profession and at academic
institutions; to increase the number of CPA role models who
can influence positively the career decisions of college
students.



Annual awards to support outstanding graduate minority
students in master's degree studies in accounting and related
fields of study.




Annual award to identify, encourage, and aid prospective
African-American, Native American and Latino/a political
science graduate students.

Annual award to support minority students pursuing careers
in neuroscience research.




Annual award to support the development and training of
minority sociologists in mental health. The program seeks to
attract talented minority students interested in mental health
issues and to facilitate their placement, work, and success in
doctoral degree programs in the U.S. Funded by a grant from
the National Institute of Mental Health. The award is made for
one year, but may be renewed for two additional years,
assuming satisfactory academic progress by the fellow.


Annual award to encourage and support outstanding female
and minority students pursuing advanced training in the field
of water supply and treatment. The award honors the memory
of Holly A. Cornell, co-founder of CH2M Hill, Inc.
The program provides social and professional support to
students from historically underrepresented groups in the
writing stage of dissertation research.

Annual award to support the training, travel, and research in
the U.S. of Asian students who are engaged in the study,
documentation, and preservation of traditional Asian arts.




Annual fellowship awarded to promising Hong Kong artists,
students, and scholars for research, study, and creative work
in the U.S.




Annual award to provide partial support to Latino students
who have a strong commitment to the Latino community, a
history of leadership and public service, and a desire to
continue contributing to the community.
To assist minority scholars completing their dissertations and
provide them with first-hand experience teaching at liberal
arts colleges.




Annual 10-month fellowship program awarded to a graduate
student of Latino or Hispanic origin in the United States to
work in the Museum's award-winning Education Department.
This offers the Fellow the opportunity to take part in the
interdisciplinary exchange between various departments
including Communications, Development, and Exhibitions.
The Fellow will work on specific projects and assist the
Program Coordinator for Adult Audiences as needed.
Housing in New York City and transportation are not
provided. Responsibilities will include some nights and
weekends. .
Annual program to increase the number of U.S. Latina/o
faculty in higher education by supporting U.S. Latina/o
scholars for a year long residency at Dartmouth College.
Annual program to increase the number of Native American
faculty in American higher education by supporting Native
American scholars in completing the dissertation, through a
year-long residency at Dartmouth College.

Annual program to increase the number of African-American
faculty in American higher education by supporting African-
American scholars in completing the dissertation. Fellows are
awarded a year-long residency at Dartmouth College.

Annual award to support first-time EACE conference
attendance for a college senior or graduate student planning
a career in human resources or career services.



Annual program to provide research opportunities in the field
of educational research at ETS in Princeton, N.J. to scholars
who hold a doctoral degree.




Annual program to fund for one year and enable Fellows to
complete their dissertation, to encourage their interest in
college teaching, and to acquaint them with the five colleges.
Each Fellow is hosted within an appropriate department or
program at one of the five colleges. These consist of
Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke, Smith and the U. Mass.
Amherst.
Annual fellowship awarded to support a graduate student who
is studying aspects of the African and African-American
experience. Residence at the University of Rochester is
required for the fellowship year.



To provide fellowships to students traditionally
underrepresented in graduate education.
EM's fellowship programs span the entire recruitment,
retention, and professional development spectrum. GEM's
principal activity is the provision of graduate fellowships at the
MS and Ph.D. levels coupled with paid summer internships.
GEM also offers informational publications for graduate and
undergraduate students. GEM is devoted to increasing
access and success in engineering and science graduate
education and practice. GEM's program activities go beyond
financial support by engendering student success in
academic and professional environments. GEM has a solid
success record in implementing effective programs to
increase the recruitment, retention, and graduation of minority
students. GEM provides three Fellowship Programs. More
information is provided below for each fellowship. • MS
Engineering. • Ph.D. Engineering. • Ph.D. Science


Annual award to fund graduate, doctoral, or postdoctoral
research in the medical, biological, behavioral, or social
sciences.



Annual award to encourage Hellenic studies from the classic
period through the eighteenth century.




Annual awards to support research on youth and adolescent
development. The Center supports research that embodies
Murray's commitment to the in-depth study of individuals in
context, over time, and from a variety of perspectives.
Proposals focusing on "youth as a resource" or positive
attributes and strengths of youth are especially encouraged.
The Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) is the nation's leading
organization supporting Hispanic higher education. HSF was
founded in 1975 with a vision of strengthening the country by
advancing college education among Hispanic Americans-the
largest minority segment of the U.S. population. In support of
its mission to double the rate of Hispanics earning college
degrees, HSF provides the Latino community with more
college scholarships and educational outreach support than
any other organization in the country. Headquarteered in San
Francisco, HSF has opened regional offices in Southern
California, the Southwest, the Southeast, the Northeast and
the Midwest. In addition, HSF launched the Washington, D.C.-
based Hispanic Scholarship Fund Institute to create public
partnerships in support of its work.



Annual awards to assist Hispanic-American graduate and
undergraduate students in completing their higher education.




Annual award to promote scholarly examination of political,
economic and social issues that affect the security, well-being
and dignity of the peoples of the world. Fellowships support
work which will develop knowledge and understanding
essential to the resolution of fundamental international issues.

Annual award to support young journalists and journalism
school graduates who wish to study in and report from a
foreign country for a period of one year. Latin American and
Caribbean scholars spend one year at a U.S or Canadian
journalism school and U.S. or Canadian scholars spend a
year studying and reporting in Latin America and the
Caribbean.
Annual award that allows a young Mexican researcher who is
interested in international, interdisciplinary research and
public policy to spend from 6 to 12 months at IIASA working
with scholars from around the world. The fellowship honors
Colosio's dream of harnessing the science of the North to
address the problems of the South.




The objective of the John Hope Franklin Dissertation
Fellowship is to help remedy the serious shortage of faculty of
color in core fields in the arts and sciences by supporting the
PhD projects of minority students of great promise
(particularly African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and
Native Americans) as well as other talented students who
have a demonstrated commitment to eradicating racial
disparities and enlarging minority representation in academia.
The John Hope Franklin Fellow is expected to spend a
significant amount of time in residence at the APS Library and
therefore all applicants should be pursuing dissertation topics
in which the holdings of the Library are especially strong. The
APS Library’s extensive collections in these and many other
fields are fully described at: www.amphilsoc.org/library.
Through its Minority Fellowship Program (MFP), the
American Sociological Association (ASA) supports the
development and training of sociologists of color in mental
health and drug abuse research. Funded by a training grant
sponsored by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
and co-funded by the National Institute of Drug Abuse
(NIDA), MFP seeks to attract talented doctoral students to
ensure a diverse and highly trained workforce is available to
assume leadership roles in research related to the nation’s
mental health and drug abuse research agendas. Research
on core areas of the research missions of NIMH and NIDA
include schizophrenia, depression, eating disorders, anxiety
disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, drug abuse and
addiction across the life course. In addition, research
focusing on stigma associated with mental disorders and
drug abuse, compliance to treatment; disparities in access,
treatment, and service delivery; ect are all relevant.



Annual award to provide financial support and spiritual
encouragement to evangelical Christians who are enrolled in
top-rated graduate programs, either in the United States or
abroad, and are pursuing careers of leadership in vocations
where evangelical Christians are underrepresented.




Annual fellowship to support scholarly research on the
participation of Native Americans and African Americans in
the maritime activities of New England, primarily its
southeastern shores.




Annual program to provide support for a culturally diverse
group of promising U.S. graduate students whose research
interests are relevant to NASA's programs in space science
and aerospace technology.
Annual award to encourage minority students to pursue
careers in engineering.




Annual program to encourage scholarly research, publication
and teaching in the various disciplines of Jewish studies.
Fellowships enable graduate students to complete work on
their dissertation.



Annual awards to support outstanding African-American
doctoral students who have made significant contributions to
science and/or engineering research at the graduate level.
There is one application form for five different awards.




Annual awards to support graduate students who have
recently arrived in the USA and are pursuing graduate
degrees in Jewish communal service or other fields.




To support a cohort of under-represented minority students
as they prepare to enter the professoriate.
Paul and Daisy Soros, Hungarian immigrants and American
philanthropists, established their fellowship program for New
Americans in December 1997 with a charitable trust of fifty
million dollars. Their reasons for doing so were several. They
wished to "give back" to the country that had afforded them
and their children such great opportunities and felt a
fellowship program was an appropriate vehicle. They also felt
that assisting young New Americans at a critical point in their
education was an unmet need. Finally, they wished to signal
all Americans that the contributions of New Americans to the
quality of life in this country have been manifold. Central to an
understanding of the entire Program is an understanding of
the donors, Paul and Daisy Soros. Assisting young New
Americans in pursuing their life chances in this country is an
autobiography of their lives - where friends, family and
associates helped them as they built a life in this new land.



The Phillips Fund of the American Philosophical Society
provides grants for research in Native American linguistics,
ethnohistory, and the history of studies of Native Americans,
in the continental United States and Canada. Grants are not
made for projects in archaeology, ethnography,
psycholinguistics, or for the preparation of pedagogical
materials. The committee distinguishes ethnohistory from
contemporary ethnography as the study of cultures and
culture change through time. The grants are intended for
such costs as travel, tapes, films, and consultants' fees but
not for the purchase of books or permanent equipment.
Recipients of awards are expected to provide the American
Philosophical Society Library with a brief formal report and
copies of any tape recordings, transcriptions, microfilms, etc.,
acquired in the process of the grant-funded research. The
materials will be made available to scholars using the
Library's collections.
Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), the
APA Diversity Program in Neuroscience has been in
existence since 1987 and has, over the years, partnered with
the Association of Neurosciences Departments and
Programs, and others, to help increase the ethnic/racial
diversity among neuroscience researchers. Our mission is
also consistent with the mission of NIH, which includes, but is
not limited to the elimination of health disparities in the U.S.
Our program provides financial support, professional
development activities, and professional guidance to students
pursuing doctoral degrees in neuroscience and whose
ultimate career goal is to become an independent research
scientist.


Annual fellowship to assist minority men and women in
achieving distinguished accomplishment in public service-
oriented careers. Fellows are assigned to high- level
responsibilities with top executives in Detroit area
organizations in public, private, and non- profit areas.

Annual program to support the work of a select group of
students pursuing independent research in diverse areas of
Jewish national life at the Shalem Center in Jerusalem.




Annual program to support the scholarly development and
research interests of Latino/a doctoral candidates and to
expose them to Smithsonian Institution resources and to
museum work.



Annual award to support Native Americans who wish to
pursue research projects which are related to a Native
American community, using Native American resources at
the Smithsonian Institution.



Annual program to encourage Native American students to
pursue internship projects related to Native American topics
and using Native American resources at the Smithsonian.
Interns are in residence at the Smithsonian for a 10-week
period.
Annual award to allow Native American graduate students to
pursue short-term independent research projects in
association with Smithsonian Institution staff.




Annual summer program to promote excellence and diversity
in the management of not-for-profit scientific and cultural
organizations by placing interns in offices, museums, and
research institutes throughout the Smithsonian Institution.

Annual program to increase participation of minority groups
who are under-represented in Smithsonian scholarly
programs, in the disciplines of research conducted at the
Institution, and in the museum field.|.
Annual program to address the issue of faculty / staff diversity
at St. Lawrence University. Fellows will teach one course and
present a research-based paper each semester in a
department commensurate with research interests.

The purpose of this award is to support research concerning
the African Diaspora-the study of the dispersion and
settlement of African peoples once they left the African
continent.
Annual program to support minority graduate students for up
to five years in PhD or equivalent research degree program,
combined M.D./PhD program or other combined professional
or research doctoral degree programs.




Annual award to assist scholars whose research focuses on
areas of interest to the center including African, Caribbean or
African-American studies.

Annual award to provide partial financial support to ethnic
minority students in technical sciences and engineering
disciplines.
Ten different annual or biannual fellowship programs for
graduate students and postdoctoral students in Jewish
Studies. Supports several months of research at the YIVO
Library and Archives as well as the student's home institution.




Annual program to provide underrepresented graduate
students access to outstanding programs in the state
university system.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Graduate Scholarship
Program will award approximately 30 scholarships to seniors
and recent graduates planning to attend graduate school for
the first time starting this fall. . Each award covers a portion of
educational expenses, including tuition, living expenses,
required fees, and books for the graduate degree
chosen. The amount and duration of awards vary by student
based on the cost of attendance and the length of the
graduate program as well as other scholarships or grants
received. . Students interested in this scholarship must be
nominated by the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Faculty
Representative at their institution. A list of these
representatives can be found on their website. US citizenship
is not required. Candidates, however, must have attended
and be nominated by an accredited undergraduate institution
in the US.

Annual award to support cultural exchange between Asia and
the U.S. in the performing and visual arts, primarily by funding
students from Asia for study, research, travel, and creative
work in the U.S.
Annual program to support individual U.S. scholars, artists,
and professionals undertaking research, teaching, and
creative residencies at cultural and educational institutions in
East and Southeast Asia.




Annual program to provide a supportive atmosphere for one
month for writers, painters, sculptors and composers at the
William Flanagan Memorial Creative Persons Center in
Montauk, Long Island.




Annual award made to art students, artists, and sculptors who
need further training or other assistance during the early
stage of their career. The Foundation seeks to promote an
appreciation of the traditional expression in painting, drawing,
sculpture, and the other graphic arts.
Annual award to support doctoral students in the fine and
decorative arts for study, work, or research in fields related to
the MMA collections.




Annual award to support graduate students and senior
scholars for study and research at the Antonio Ratti Textile
Center on an aspect of the MMA textile collections.




Annual award to support a graduate student who is interested
in pursuing costume history in a museum or teaching career,
or other career (including conservation) related to the field of
costume. The fellowship is generally awarded for a 9-month
term in the Costume Institute.
Annual program to provide residencies of 3 and a half to 4
weeks in length at the Colony's rural retreat at Austerlitz, N.Y.
to artists of all ages and in all stages of their careers.
Annual scholarship award established to keep alive the
memory of the two musician sisters, Nadia and Lili Boulanger,
by supporting gifted young musicians who wish to pursue
their studies in France.
Three short term (up to 60 days) fellowship periods awarded
to support postdoctoral research in the history, theory, and
criticism of the visual arts.




Annual award designed to support scholars, scientists, artists,
and writers of exceptional promise and demonstrated
accomplishment who wish to pursue work in academic and
professional fields and in the creative arts.




Annual program to provide the opportunity to become an
integral member of the staff and to work side by side with
professionals producing, promoting, and administering the full
spectrum of the performing arts.




Annual award to encourage, recognize, and support
exceptional college students in surveying and mapping
programs.




Annual award to encourage, recognize and support
exceptional students in surveying and mapping.
Award to to attract promising young scientists to prepare for
careers in the meteorological, oceanic, and hydrologic fields.
Atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences
fields. Students interested in these areas but currently
studying chemistry, computer sciences, engineering,
environmental sciences, math and physics are eligible.



Award to support doctoral candidates in the research and
writing phases of their dissertations on the history of the
atmospheric, oceanic or hydrologic sciences.



Annual internship for graduate students in photogrammetry to
work with LH Systems personnel for 8 weeks, at their facilities
in San Diego, Denver, Heerbrugg, or elsewhere, either on an
independent research project or on an existing project, as
part of an LH Systems team.
Annual scholarship award to encourage and commend
college students who display exceptional interest and ability in
the theoretical aspects of photogrammetry.




Annual award to support remote sensing education and to
stimulate the development of applications of digital Landsat
Thematic Mapper TM data.




Annual award to facilitate research-related travel by
outstanding graduate students in remote sensing. Eligible
travel includes field investigations, agency visits, conference
participation, or other travel that enhances a graduate
research program.
Annual scholarship award for current and entering graduate
students, to facilitate studies addressing innovative uses of
remote sensing data/techniques that relate to the earth's
natural, cultural, or agricultural resources.
Annual award intended to support graduate students in the
Office of Biological and Environmental Research-funded
collaborative global change research at universities and
national laboratories.




Annual program to provide partial support for master's and
doctoral degree research in earth sciences at universities in
the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Central America.

To provide summer research opportunities for students
interested in Atmospheric Research and Science.




Annual scholarships to encourage students in geophysics
and related sciences, especially those interested in a career
in exploration geophysics.




Annual program to provide students and other interested
researchers with a ten week research and study program in
various topics within geophysical fluid dynamics. Promotes an
exchange of ideas among the many distinct fields such as
classic fluid dynamics, physical oceanography,
meteorology,|astrophysics, planetary atmospheres, geological
fluid dynamics, hydromagnetics, and applied mathematics.
Annual award for a grant to cover the costs of attending the
Society's seminar. The purpose of the seminar is to
familiarize its students with numismatic methodology and
scholarship and to provide them with an understanding of the
contributions made by numismatics to other fields of study.
Students will also gain extensive practical experience working
with coins and other objects and will have use of the Society's
comprehensive library resources.


Annual award to support bibliographical inquiry as well as
research in the history of the book trades and in publishing
history. Eligible topics may concentrate on books and
documents in any field, but should focus on the book or
manuscript (the physical object) as historical evidence.

To provide research funding for doctoral and postdoctoral
research in U.S. Military and Diplomatic History. Recipinets
must be able to demonstrate trangible evidence of scholarly
accomplishment within a year of receiving the grant.

Annual fellowship to support graduate students for one year
of research on some aspect of the life and career of Harry S.
Truman or of the public and foreign policy issues prominent
during the Truman years. Fellows are expected to make use
of the extensive research material at the library, but are not
required to conduct further research there if they have already
done so.
Semi-annual grant program to enable graduate students and
post-doctoral scholars to travel to the Truman Library for one
to three weeks of research.
Annual award to provide assistance and training to
outstanding college seniors planning to enter the field of
Byzantine studies. Fellows making satisfactory progress are
offered a Dumbarton Oaks Junior Fellowship after the Bliss
Prize Fellowship period.
Annual award to support scholars engaged in research at
Dumbarton Oaks during the summer months. Summer
fellows reside at Dumbarton Oaks in Washington, D.C. for
periods of 6 to 9 weeks, scheduled between early June and
early August.




Annual program to support outstanding scholars who are at
the start of their careers and whose work combines
disciplinary excellence in the social sciences with an in-depth
grounding in particular non-Western countries or regions.
Academy scholars are supported for two years as they
conduct research in their chosen fields and areas.

Annual award based on an essay on the theme: "The
American Founding and a Free Society." Goal is to further an
understanding of both the principles of the American
Founding Fathers and the culture that formed their values
and views.
Annual award based on the essay theme: "Liberty and the
Western Idea." Goal is to support at the graduate level the
study of the institutions, values, and history of the West.

Annual program to support current and future teachers of
American History, American Government and Social Studies
for two years of Master's level graduate study of the roots,
principles, framing and development of the United States
Constitution.
Annual fellowships to support graduate students and
postdoctoral scholars in historical research using the
resources of the John Carter Brown Library.




Annual award to assist doctoral students and academics in
research connected with writings of Professor David
Baumgardt or his scholarly interests (Ethics, Wissenschaft
des Judentums and the Modern Intellectual History of
German speaking Jewry.).
Annual summer internship for graduate students at the Leo
Baeck Institute to work on a research topic related to LBI
collections, which can include the archives, library, photo
collection, and art collection.

Annual award to assist doctoral students whose projects are
connected with the culture and history of German speaking
Jewry.
The LBI and the DAAD offer fellowships both at the LBI New
York as well as in the Federal Republic of Germany. Annual
fellowships support doctoral students or recent Ph.Ds for
dissertation research or support for scholarly publications
through extensive use of Leo Baeck Institute collections or a
period of research in libraries, archives or research
institutions in the Federal Republic of Germany.



The American Philosophical Society Library offers short-term
residential fellowships for conducting research in its
collections. The Society's Library, located near Independence
Hall in Philadelphia, is a leading international center for
research in the history of American science and technology
and its European roots, as well as early American history and
culture. The Library houses over 8 million manuscripts,
250,000 volumes and bound periodicals, and thousands of
maps and prints. Outstanding historical collections and
subject areas include the papers of Benjamin Franklin; the
American Revolution; 18th and 19th-century natural history;
western scientific expeditions and travel including the journals
of Lewis and Clark; the papers of Charles Willson Peale, his
family and descendants; American Indian languages;
anthropology including the papers of Franz Boas; the papers
of Charles Darwin and his forerunners, ect. The Library does
not hold materials on philosophy in the modern sense.



Annual program that awards two times per year grants to help
defray living, travel, and related expenses incurred while
conducting research at the LBJ Library. Grant periods are
October 1 - Mach 31 and April 1 - September 30.



Annual awards to support research on late 15th century
English history and culture, particularly during the Wars of the
Roses (ca. 1450-1487.).
Annual award to train students whose goal is to enter
museums as curators of painting; The award is intended to
develop the skills of connoisseurship by supporting first-hand
examination of paintings in major European collections,
rather than to support library research for the completion of
degree requirements
Annual ten-week summer program for students to use Mystic
Seaport as a laboratory in museum education, history
interpretation, and museum practice. The program benefits
students interested in museum careers, for whom it provides
eclectic pre-professional training and students who aspire to
positions of leadership and responsibility in other fields, such
as education, business, and government.

Annual award to promote research into, and writing about, the
history of aviation and space flight. The 9- to 12-month
residential fellowship is intended for scholars interested in the
analysis of major trends, developments, and
accomplishments in aviation or space studies. Fellows reside
in Washington, D.C., beginning some time between June 1
and October 1.
Biannual award (on odd-numbered years) to encourage
students studying the Huguenot movement.

To provide scholars conduting research in maritime history
with the opportunity to gain access to various maritime
historical collections.
Annual award intended to support high-quality research on
the Museum's collections or in any field of British naval and
maritime history.




Annual award to support research for periods up to three
months in the Museum's collections or areas of related
interest. The National Maritime Museum encourages
applications from individuals whose research proposals share
the Museum's aim to provide new and exciting ways of
interpreting the collections and their historical contexts.

Annual internship program to allow undergraduate and
graduate students an opportunity to work under the
supervision of museum professionals and to explore aspects
of museum professions. Intern opportunities are available in
administration, conservation, curatorial, education, exhibition
and design, photo archives, public affairs, and registration.
Annual award to support projects that present creative
approaches to the study of invention and innovation in
American society, including historical research and
documentation projects resulting in publications, exhibitions,
multimedia products, and educational initiatives.

Annual award to support women scholars conducting original
research either in Greek language, literature, history, or
archaeology, or in French language or literature, in alternate
years. The 2003 competition is for Greek studies; the 2004
competition is for French studies.

Annual award to assist advanced students in gaining
experience in archival methods, oral history, institutional
history, history of science, documentary editing, and
collections management through an internship at the
Smithsonian Archives in Washington, D.C.




Annual program to support doctoral students and
postdoctoral scholars doing research in the special
collections of the Smithsonian Institution Libraries for periods
of up to six months in residence.




Annual program to support doctoral students and
postdoctoral scholars doing research in the Dibner Library of
the History of Science and Technology for periods of up to six
months in residence.
To provide doctoral students with access to Smithsonian
Institution collections.




To provide graduate students the opportunity to conduct
independent research for 10 weeks.




Annual program for dissertation research on the history,
behavior, and role of nonprofit and/or philanthropic
organizations in the United States.




Annual fellowship program to support research in American
Jewish history. May undertake research at the center for the
summer.




Annual award to support scholarly research and writing
among qualified civilian graduate students preparing
dissertations in the history of war on land (including
biography, military campaigns, organization and
administration, policy, strategy, tactics, weaponry, technology,
training and civil-military relations.).
Annual award to promote publication in the field of early
American numismatics involving material no later than 1800.

Annual award to support work and study of numismatic and
museum methodology at the American Numismatic Society.
Annual awards to support a Kappa Omicron Nu member who
has demonstrated scholarship, research, and leadership
potential in areas of study relevant to home and family
concerns.




Annual awards to support a Kappa Omicron Nu member who
has demonstrated scholarship, research, and leadership
potential in areas of study relevant to home and family
concerns.




Annual award to fund research projects in travel and tourism,
especially those related to the cruise industry. The Web site
provides suggested research questions.




Annual award to provide financial support for graduate
students in master's and doctoral degree programs focussed
on travel and tourism.

Annual award to an advanced undergraduate or masters
degree student and their faculty advisor to help fund research
aligned with the mission of Melpomene: to provide new
knowledge that will instruct, motivate and inspire women or
girls to become or stay physically active.
Annual program to support research that contributes to
fundamental scientific knowledge, addresses concerns of the
public health community regarding cigarette smoking, and
enables Philip Morris to continue its pursuit of product
modification or development that might reduce the health risk
of smoking.



Annual program to support Ph.D. dissertation research
addressing the causes and impacts of poverty in rural areas
of the United States or the policy options that might reduce
poverty or its negative impacts. Preference will be given to
those topics that have policy implications regarding poverty
reduction and increased self-reliance in rural areas.

Annual program to support research on child abuse and
neglect: its causes, prevention, identification, treatment, and
cultural distinctions; on appropriate, effective, and culturally
sensitive investigative, administrative, and judicial
procedures; and for demonstration or service programs and
projects designed for its prevention, identification, and
treatment.
Annual award to bring East European and Baltic scholars into
the broader research community, specifically Yemen.
Fellowships are for scholars from East European and Baltic
countries including the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland,
Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia, and Estonia, Latvia, and
Lithuania who are engaged in advanced research in any field
of social science or the humanities involving Yemen.

Annual fellowship for U.S. scholars, doctoral students, and
specialists in the humanities to undertake research, training,
and study in Asia. The program also supports U.S. and Asian
scholars participating in international conferences,
exhibitions, visiting professorships, and similar projects.




Annual fellowship awards to individuals in Japan and the U.S.
for exchange activities that encourage the study and
understanding of Japanese art and culture.
Annual fellowship award to support artists, scholars, and
specialists from Taiwan for research, study, and creative
work in the U.S. as well as to support U.S. citizens and non-
Taiwanese Asians participating in cultural exchange
programs in Taiwan.



The Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation
Fellowships are designed to encourage original and
significant study of ethical or religious values in all fields of
the humanities and social sciences, and particularly to help
Ph.D. candidates in these fields complete their dissertation
work in a timely manner. In addition to topics in religious
studies or in ethics (philosophical or religious), dissertations
appropriate to the Newcombe Fellowship competition might
explore the ethical implications of foreign policy, the values
influencing political decisions, the moral codes of other
cultures, and religious or ethical issues reflected in history or
literature. .


To fund doctoral candidates working on a research project
with a focus on higher education and its relationship to state
and national prioriorities.



Annual program to provide support for scholars whose
research has regional or trans-regional significance and
requires travel to several countries, at least one of which
hosts an American Overseas Research Center. (See list of
centers at Web site.) Recipients may not hold any other
federally funded grant such as a Fulbright or NEH at the
same time.
Annual fellowship to encourage more extensive and
innovative uses of original sources in libraries, archives,
museums, historical societies, and related repositories in the
U.S. and abroad, and provide insight into how scholarly
resources can be developed in the future.

Annual award for the purpose of funding advanced education
and graduate study grants to attract and support students
with outstanding character and ability who hold promise for
achievement and distinction in their chosen fields of study.
The Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program (IFP)
provides opportunities for advanced study to exceptional
individuals who will use this education to become leaders in
their respective fields, furthering development in their own
countries and greater economic and social justice worldwide.
To ensure that Fellows are drawn from diverse backgrounds,
IFP actively seeks candidates from social groups and
communities that lack systematic access to higher education.
Fellows are chosen on the basis of their leadership potential
and commitment to community or national service, as well as
for academic excellence. Fellows may enroll in masters or
doctoral programs and may pursue any academic discipline
or field of study that is consistent with the interests and goals
of the Ford Foundation. The Foundation currently works in
fifteen fields to strengthen democratic values, reduce poverty
and injustice, promote international cooperation, and advance
human achievement.



Annual award to support the study of of media and
representation as it relates to sexual orientation and gender
identity. The program aims to foster and promote scholarship
as a vital form of intellectual activism.

Annual full-time internships at the Getty for graduate students
who intend to pursue careers in fields related to the visual
arts.




Annual award to support outstanding scholars in the early
stages of their careers to pursue interpretive research
projects on topics that make a substantial and original
contribution to the understanding of art and its history.

Annual Pre- and Postdoctoral Fellowships to provide support
for emerging scholars to complete work on projects related to
the Getty Research Institute's annual theme. See Web site
for details.
This program provides fellowships to students of superior
academic ability—selected on the basis of demonstrated
achievement, financial need, and exceptional promise—to
undertake study at the doctoral and Master of Fine Arts level
in selected fields of arts, humanities, and social sciences.
The Department of Education awards fellowships in selected
fields of study of the arts, humanities and social sciences.
Panels of experts appointed by the Javits Fellowship Board
(Board) select fellows according to criteria established by the
Board. Students must demonstrate financial need . The
selected fields of study supported by the Javits Fellowship
Program are available for your review.


Annual award to recognize and to assist students whose
scholastic achievements reflect Professor von Karman's high
standards, by providing one-year fellowships to graduate
students who will be entering their final year in a Ph.D. degree
program.

Submit writing samples up to 30 pages. Annual program to
award small grants to writers whose work shows particular
promise. Currently, three grants are awarded in spring for the
best nominated manuscript in fiction, in nonfiction, and in
poetry.



Annual program to help train individuals for careers in Jewish
scholarship and to help Jewish educational, religious, and
communal workers to obtain advanced training for leadership
positions. Recipients may request support for up to 3
additional years, by submitting applications by October 31
each year.
Annual program to assist qualified individuals in conducting
independent scholarly, literary, and art projects in fields of
Jewish specialization, when the project makes a significant
contribution to the understanding, preservation,
enhancement, or transmission of Jewish culture. Recipients
may request a second year of support by submitting another
application.
Annual program that provides fellows with a 9-week period of
full-time work and research at the Mount Vernon Hotel,
Museum, and Garden in New York City. Open to graduate
and undergraduate students.



Annual fellowship to support two weeks to two months of
research by scholars whose particular need is to consult the
Newberry's cartographic collection.
Annual program to provide graduate students and recent
college graduates with teaching experience at Phillips
Academy, Andover, Mass. A summer teaching Assistant
Program is also available. The Fellowship period begins
September 1 and runs for 9 months.




Annual award to encourage research using original
manuscripts as primary source material.


Annual award to support distinguished graduate students in
the social sciences and humanities who are conducting
dissertation field research in any area or region of the world.
Up to 50 fellowships are funded by the Andrew W. Mellon
Foundation each year.



Fellowship and grant programs sponsored by the SSRC
either independently or with other organizations. These
programs provide predissertation and dissertation
fellowships, postdoctoral fellowships, and advanced research
grants in both the social sciences and humanities. Some
programs also provide support for natural scientists and non-
academic professionals.
The institute was established in 1970 to promote enquiry of
the highest standards in the Humanities, broadly conceived.
No limitation is placed on the area of research. Applications
are invited for Visiting Research Fellowships of between 2
and 6 months, tenable period: June 2007-September 2009.
The humanities provide what every community and
organization requires: values, ideals, and ideas all learned
from the vast wealth of human experiences. In 1999 the
Woodrow Wilson Foundation launched its Humanities at
Work Practicum Grants to achieve two purposes. First, by
bringing the broad perspectives and flexible skills of humanist
scholars to civic, cultural, and corporate settings, the
Foundation helped demonstrate the far-reaching applicability
of doctoral training in the humanities. Second, Woodrow
Wilson sought, through the program, to challenge Ph.D.
students in the humanities to explore career opportunities
beyond the academy by engaging more fully in their
communities. More than 100 students have received
Practicum Grants since the program’s inception.


Annual award to recognize academic excellence and provide
Albertans with the opportunity for advanced study at
institutions outside of the province.



Annual award to foster and to maintain a close relationship
between the U.S. and Germany by providing young scholars
and practicing professionals the opportunity to obtain
substantial professional and personal knowledge of Germany.




The American Council on Germany's Dr. Guido Goldman
Fellowship is intended to help analysts better understand
Germany and to foster the study of European economic and
international affairs.



The American Council on Germany's Dr. Richard M. Hunt
Fellowship is intended to promote the cooperative study of
Germany.
Annual award to support the advancement and understanding
of India, its people, and its culture by allowing doctoral
candidates to pursue their dissertation research in India.




Summer award for participation in advanced Turkish
language at Bogazici University in Istanbul. This intensive
program offers the equivalent of one full academic year of
study in Turkish at the college level.




To support excavation and research in art history and
archaeology at the site of Aphrodisas.




Annual award to allow doctoral candidates and postdoctoral
scholars with well-defined projects, working either alone or in
collaboration with local research institutions, to study human
skeletal remains from archaeological contexts in Greece. The
fellowship is for one academic year, beginning in September.
Projects should be planned for completion during this time.

Annual program to accommodate qualified scholars wishing
to undertake limited investigations at Wiener Laboratory,
Athens, Greece.



Annual award to support doctoral candidates who are writing
dissertations and postdoctoral scholars pursuing well-defined
research projects, either alone or in collaboration with local
research institutions, in environmental studies from
archaeological contexts in Greece.




Annual award to support doctoral candidates and
postdoctoral scholars with well-defined projects, working
either alone or in collaboration with local research institutions,
to study faunal remains from archaeological contexts in
Greece.
Annual award to support doctoral candidates and
postdoctoral scholars with well-defined projects, working
either alone or in collaboration with local research institutions,
to address significant archaeological questions in areas of
study which may include quarried stone, lithics, building
materials, ceramics, soil, and sediment studies. The
fellowship period is one academic year, beginning in
September.
Award of support to a graduate student attending a North
American institution, whose research subject is ancient Greek
law. Awarded periodically.

Annual program to provide support for scholars and
professionals for classical and ancient Mediterranean studies
and related fields.




Annual program to provide financial support for graduate
students in classics and ancient Mediterranean studies to
spend one academic year at the ASCSA.




Annual award to enable doctoral candidates to conduct
research in Greece and Israel in the course of one academic
year, in order to foster a better understanding of the
interrelationships between the cultures, languages, literature,
and history of the Aegean and the Near East.
Annual awards to support Scandinavians undertaking study
or research, usually at the graduate level, in the United
States.




Annual awards to allow individuals to pursue research or
study in Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and/or Denmark
for a period of up to one year. Funds cover travel, tuition,
fees, and materials.
Annual award to support academic year of travel and study in
Greece, the Aegean Islands, Sicily, southern Italy, Asia Minor
or Mesopotamia.



Annual award for the support of dissertation archaeological
research in Italy (outside of Sicily and Magna Graecia) and
the Western Mediterranean.
Annual award to support research on some aspect of
Canadian studies or Canada-U.S. relations. The fellowship
allows a U.S. scholar to spend an academic year at a
Canadian institution.
Annual award to support advanced study at a Belgian
university for one year.




Annual fellowship for doctoral candidates whose dissertation
topics are directly related to public policy issues and thus to
the major interests of the Institution, and whose research will
benefit from access to the data, opportunities for interviewing,
and consultation with senior staff members afforded by the
Institution and residence in DC.




Annual award to invite Canadian graduate students or
postdoctoral scholars to the Canadian Academic Institute in
Athens, Greece for the academic year starting from 1
September through 31 May for study and research.

Annual award to offer graduate students an opportunity to
conduct part of their doctoral research in Canada, with a view
to contributing to a better knowledge and understanding of
Canada and its relationship with the U.S. and/or other
countries. Funds are provided to help defray direct costs of
conducting research in Canada, such as lodging, travel,
meals, and photocopying.




Annual award to promote research in the social sciences and
humanities with a view to augmenting the understanding of
Canada and its relationship with the U.S. and other countries.
The program is Intended to assist individual scholars in
writing publishable article-length manuscripts.
To allow promising young American proffesionals to develop
networks with Russian professionals and to foster greater
U.S./Russian relations.




Annual program to place faculty and advanced graduate
students currently studying in America in social science
departments in their home countries of Eastern and Central
Europe and the former Soviet Union for a year of teaching
and program development.




Annual program to place faculty and advanced graduate
students in social science departments in Eastern and
Central Europe and the former Soviet Union for a year of
teaching and program development.




Annual program to enable graduate students to pursue short-
term, exploratory research in Europe in order to determine
the viability and to better define the scope of their proposed
dissertation.



Annual award program to bring scholars and specialists
working on Germany, Europe, and /or transatlantic relations
to AICGS in Washington, D.C. for stays of 1 to 4 months.




Annual program of scholarships for graduate students to
attend intensive eight-week language courses at one of the
Goethe-Institutes in Germany.
The ESRC and the SSRC have a common mission of
promoting, funding, and disseminating important and socially
useful knowledge in the social sciences. This is the third
round of a pilot scheme designed to encourage
communication and cooperation between social scientists in
Great Britain and the United States and Canada, and to
explore and develop possibilities for future exchanges to be
organized by the ESRC and the SSRC. Fellowship for U.S.
and Canadian scholars to visit and engage in collaborative
activities with members of ESRC-supported projects in
Britain, or for British scholars at ESRC-supported projects to
visit collaborators in the U.S. or Canada.


Annual award to enable doctoral candidates and young
scientists in the U.S. to conduct research in France at a
university, school of engineering, or a public or private
laboratory for periods of 6 to 12 months.




Annual program to support students with a record of
academic excellence who want to study in Flanders for an
entire academic year.




Annual scholarship to support the study of visual, fine arts
and music in Paris at the Fondation des Etats-Unis while
enrolled in a recognized French school or music
conservatory.
Annual program to support graduate students pursuing
advanced training to acquire a high level of competence in
one or more languages critical to the national needs of the
U.S. and to give a broader understanding of areas, regions,
and countries in which the language is commonly used.
Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, International
Education and Graduate Programs, through Cornell's area
studies programs.




At a minimum, Fulbright grants provide funds for international
transportation, a living stipend, a small book/research
allowance, and medical insurance. Some countries will also
provide tuition assistance, a small dependent’s allowance, a
pre-departure or in-country orientation, or other grant
enhancements.




Annual awards to foster mutual understanding among nations
through educational and cultural exchange. The program
supports research and study by U.S. citizens at foreign
universities and institutes, generally for a period of one
academic year.
Annual program to support doctoral candidates conducting
research focused on modern foreign languages and area
studies in Africa, East Asia, Southeast Asia or the Pacific,
South Asia, the Near East, East Central Europe or Eurasia, or
the Western Hemisphere (Canada, Central or South America,
Mexico or the Caribbean).

Annual program to provide an individual who holds a degree
in landscape architecture with the special opportunity for
independent study at the American Academy in Rome.




Annual award to foster British-American relations through the
interchange of scholars in horticulture, botany, landscape
architecture, and related fields. The McLaren Scholarship
allows an American student to undertake a one-year
work/study program in Great Britain. (The Interchange
Fellowship allows a Briton to undertake an academic year of
study at a U.S. institution of higher education. See details at
GCA Web site.) For the academic year, he or she may
pursue any combination of practical experience and study,
including study or research at the Royal Botanic Gardens
Kew (or RBG Edinburgh) or a semester-long research project
at a university. A McLaren scholar arrives in the summer to
visit sites of horticultural interest. .


Annual award for up to 15 postdoctoral scholars for advanced
research in any aspect of Italian Renaissance studies, to be
carried out at the Villa I Tatti center in Florence, Italy.




The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is Israel’s first university
and a symbol of the cultural rebirth of the Jewish nation in its
ancestral homeland. Founded by such luminaries of the
twentieth century as Martin Buber, Albert Einstein and
Sigmund Freud, the University has become a multidisciplinary
institution of higher learning and research, as well as a
scientific center of international repute. In 2005, Israel's
Council for Higher Education ranked the Hebrew University
as the nation's #1 university on a scale of "academic
excellence." Today, 24,000 students, from diverse ethnic and
religious backgrounds, study on the University’s four
campuses, including some 1,200 visitors from abroad and
new immigrants, who have come to its Rothberg International
School to pursue degrees or earn credits for transfer.
Program to carry out non-degree research programs at Hosei
University un the direction of and/or in cooperation with Hosei
Faculty and researchers. It is expected that joint cooperation
and coorfination with Hosei faculty will contribute much to the
development of the university's research capabitities.

Annual award to enable successful candidates to spend 4-6
weeks at a Canadian university or site doing research for
their thesis or dissertation in the field of Canadian studies.



Annual award to enable young Canadian and foreign
academics who have completed a Ph.D. on a topic related to
Canada to visit a Canadian or foreign university with a
Canadian Studies program for a teaching or research
internship (assistantship).
Annual award to promote the development of knowledge
concerning the enhancement and development of the
Canadian Capital city (the relation between the Capital and
city functions, the international and symbolic role of the
Capital, the Capital's role in tourism and the administration of
the Capital).
Location affects nearly everything we do in life: we choose
where to build homes, where to eat, where the nearest
hospital is in case of emergency. Companies analyse risks
and assign insurance rates, make loans and investments,
and build regional offices according to location decisions.
Many of these decisions are complicated by society’s
increasing desire for mobility while maintaining instant access
to information. At the global scale, location is also at the heart
of some of the world’s most pressing problems: immigration,
poverty and starvation, environmental degradation, crime and
security, natural hazards and disasters. Geographic
Information Science provides formal tools and methods to
represent and analyze these important problems in a
controlled (scientifically repeatable) manner. It is therefore
critical to the development of the Knowledge Economy and a
just Information Society.


Annual program to support promising young scholars who
have embarked on professional careers.
To support research that will help other researchers and
policy-makers to understand if/how agricultural development
has an impact on strengthening peace in conflict-prone
countries or regions.




Annual program for advanced graduate students work for the
summer at IIASA headquarters near Vienna, Austria.
Students work closely with senior scientists on IIASA projects
in one of three areas: natural resources & environment;
energy & technology; or population and society.




Annual awards to support predoctoral and postdoctoral
scholars for two to nine months of research at host
institutions in central and eastern Europe and Eurasia.

Annual awards to support American pre- and postdoctoral
scholars for periods of one to four months while conducting
field research in Mongolia.




Annual awards to support Mongolian pre- and postdoctoral
scholars for periods of one to four months while conducting
research at an institution in the U.S.
Annual grants to support scholarly projects on Central and
Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Turkey and Iran. Projects should
demonstrate academic merit and relevance for the American
academic community as well as positive impact on public,
cultural and historical knowledge of these regions through
dissemination of research results.




The goal of the thesis award competition is to encourage
academic excellence in Iranian studies and to identify
emerging young scholars of great potential.




The Japan Foundation Fellowship Program is designed to
extend invitations to Japan to foreign scholars, researchers,
and specialists in the fields of arts and culture and to provide
them with opportunities to carry out such activities as
research, investigation, production, and the acquiring skills in
Japan.
The Science and Technology Agency (STA) established this
postdoctoral fellowship program to create opportunities for
foreign researchers, specifically those in the fields of science
and technology, to conduct research at Japan’s national
laboratories and public research corporations. Both long-term
(6 mos to 2 yrs) and short-term (1-3 mos) fellowships are
available through a variety of Japan research laboratories and
corporations, including the Naional Aerospace Laboratory, the
National Institute for Envirnonmental Studies, the National
Institute of Public Health, the National Agricultural Research
Center, the Kanagawa Cancer Center Research Institute, and
many others. Awards vary depending on fellows’ duration with
the program.


Annual fellowships to assist U.S. researchers wishing to
conduct research in Japan under the leadership of their host
researchers. The program is aimed at stimulating Japanese
academic researchers while advancing scientific research in
both countries. The program is aimed at stimulating
Japanese academic researchers while advancing scientific
research in both countries.
Annual fellowships to assist promising young foreign
researchers wishing to conduct research in Japan. The
program is aimed at stimulating Japanese academic
researchers while advancing scientific research in the
counterpart countries. Fellowships are awarded for periods of
12 to 24 months and must commence between April 1 and
November 30.
Annual award to allow American educators to spend a year in
Japan, where they will be able to immerse themselves in
study. It is expected that recipients will return to the US to
teach about Japan more effectively.



To provide financial support for doctoral dissertation field
research in South Korea for a period of 3-12 months.


Annual awards to support American graduate students to
conduct research in Poland for one academic year or
semester.




Annual awards to support Polish citizens for advanced study
and research at institutions of higher learning in the United
States.
Annual awards to support American graduate students of
Polish descent and graduate students studying Polish-related
subjects. (In adddition, the Foundation administers
scholarships for other Polish-American organizations. Check
Web site.).
Annual award to support study, research and teaching in
Israel at Hebrew University of Jerusalem .




Annual award to support study, research and teaching in
Israel at Hebrew University of Jerusalem .




Annual award to support study, research and teaching in
Israel at the Technion.


Annual scholarship awarded to support university students
who need to study in Rome to carry out research and prepare
their thesis concerning Rome and the Roman culture from the
Pre-Roman period to present day.

Annual award to support an individual who has been admitted
to a doctoral degree program at a U.S. university and who
intends to study Greek or Roman art.



Fellowship program to support innovative research on U.S.-
Mexican Transnationalism and on U.S.-Mexican
Transnational Communities and to foster collaboration
between U.S. and Mexican scholars on topics related to
these themes.

Annual program to provide U.S. graduate students firsthand
experience in a Japanese/Korean research environment,
intensive Japanese/Korean language training, and an
introduction to the science and science-policy infrastructure of
Japan/Korea.
Annual awards to support Thai students who have been
accepted to study in the US or UK for the needs of the
Revenue Department, Ministry of Finance.




Annual fellowship program to encourage economic and
democratic growth in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia,
Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan,
Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan by providing
education in the U.S. for citizens of those countries. Supports
professional master's degrees, such as M.B.A., M.P.H.,
L.L.M., and M.I.A., and some research degrees, such as M.S.
in environmental science. Fellows are placed at a school of
the program's choice.




Annual fellowship program to provide supplementary grants
to doctoral students from Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan,
Belarus, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Georgia, Kazakhstan,
Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Mongolia,
Romania, Russia, Slovakia,Tajikistan, Turkmenistan,
Ukraine, Uzbekistan, and Yugoslavia at accredited
universities in western Europe, Asia, Australia, and North
America.
Annual award to to help educators and researchers improve
education in standard French language, literature, and culture
and in the study of standard French in the United States. The
award supports travel to France for at least six months of
residence and study during the Fellowship year.



Annual award to give young American professionals the
opportunity to spend 9 months in a work/study program in
Germany examining the political, economic, and cultural
environment of the European Union and of Germany in
particular.



Annual program to further international understanding, world
peace, and friendly relations among people of different
countries. Ambassadorial scholarships are of three types:
academic-year, multi-year, and cultural. See web site for
further information.
Annual program to support a deserving student of Scottish
descent for his or her first year of graduate study in Scotland.




The Scientific Award of the BMW Group invites university
graduates from all over the world to enter their
groundbreaking ideas in a bid for the international research
award. Ground breaking ideas wanted. Innovations are far
more than just strategies, processes and networks.
Innovations would be inconceivable without people who
promote new ideas with their creativity, tenacity, passion and
courage. The Scientific Award with its motto "Passion for
Innovation" is committed to these basic principles.


Annual award to support short-term research projects in the
Republic of Panama in fields relevant to the STRI mission.
STRI promotes greater public understanding and awareness
of the importance and fragility of tropical flora, fauna, and
cultures. Fellows are housed in STRI facilities. Extensions of
the research period are awarded only in exceptional
circumstances.
Annual award to support a postdoctoral investigator to
conduct a three-year project on a subject related to STRI
research interests. STRI promotes greater public
understanding and awareness of the importance and fragility
of tropical flora, fauna, and cultures.

Annual award to provide promising and highly qualified recent
PhDs with opportunities to conduct research in Japan. JSPS
guidelines target the applicant who wishes to conduct
cooperative research under the leadership of a host
researcher, thereby advancing the Fellow's own research and
at the same time stimulating Japanese academic circles
through close collaboration with young Japanese
researchers.
Annual workshop that aims to create a sustained,
multidisciplinary network of advanced graduate students and
faculty in Japan studies. The goal of the 4-day workshop, held
in California in early January each year, is to foster
comparative and multidisciplinary approaches to research by
providing a venue for interaction.
Annual award to encourage research on the Russian Empire,
the Soviet Union and the New Independent States.
Annual program based at the Free University of Berlin- This
award used to encourage the comparative and
interdisciplinary study of the economic, political, and social
aspects of modern and contemporary German and European
affairs.




These annual awards seek to develop and expand the
research skills of students at the doctoral level and to assist
in the training of highly qualified personnel to meet Canada's
current and future needs.

Annual program to enable graduate students to train for from
one to three months in Venice, Italy.




Annual program to enable graduate students to train for from
one to three months in Venice, Italy.




To provide funding for students interested in international
studies and security-related topics.




Annual program to support scholars with an interest in the
arts whose research examines the character and global
influences of black arts and culture with a specific focus on
performance.
Annual program to provide American citizens with well-
developed projects in the fields of politics, public
administration, mass media, business and |industry, working
life, human environment, education and culture the
opportunity to study in Sweden.



Scholars would normally be resident at the University of
Montreal, McGill University or the University of Calgary. This
opportunity emerges from a partnership between the Canada-
U.S. Fulbright Program, the Thomas Enders family and the
Association for Canadian Studies in the United States
(ACSUS). The Visiting Research Chair is designed to
encourage scholarship on Canada-U.S. relations. Thomas
Enders was a U.S. statesman whose life, work, and service,
in particular as U.S. ambassador to Canada and Assistant
Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs, strengthened
the political and economic links as well as the friendship
between the U.S. and Canada. Since he had broad interest in
a number of fields including energy and natural resources,
trade and economic policy, and provincial economic
development, the Visiting Research Chair will focus on these
and related themes.


The Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs
Fellowship program provides funding to participants as they
are prepared academically and professionally to enter the
United States Department of State Foreign Service. Women,
members of minority groups historically underrepresented in
the Foreign Service, and students with financial need are
encouraged to apply. The goal of the fellowship program is to
attract outstanding students who enroll in the fellowship
program is to attract outstanding students who enroll in two-
year master's degree programs in public policy, international
affairs, public administration, or academic fields such as
business, economics, political science, sociology, or foreign
languages, who represent all ethnic, racial and social
backgrounds and who have an interest in pursuing a Foreign
Service career in the U.S. Department of State.


Annual award to support one year of dissertation research
and writing on topics addressing the sources and nature of
international conflict and the full range of ways to prevent or
end conflict and to sustain peace.
Annual award to support a year of graduate study in the
United Kingdom at Churchill College of Cambridge University.




To recognize students who have written outstanding
newspaper and magazine articles applying classical liberal
prinicples.

Annual program to stimulate interest in broadcast research,
especially research on economic, business, social or policy
issues of importance to the U.S. commercial broadcast
industry. The goal is to make high quality academic research
available to industry practitioners as well as other academics.

Annual program to provide a 10-month internship in the New
York State Senate Press Office to talented and skilled
students who intend to enter the field of communications,
journalism, or public relations. Coursework is not permitted
during the program.



The purpose of the award is to improve the media's
understanding of international issues and to raise the quality
of news-gathering efforts in covering the world.
Annual fellowship to support a student who exemplifies the
dedication to principle and high journalistic standards of
William B. Ruggles.
Annual award to provide doctoral students with a summer
internship experience conducting research on an ETS project
or program at Princeton, N.J., under the guidance of a senior
staff member.
This is a general data bank of scholarships, fellowships and
postdoctoral awards for college, graduate school and
postdoctoral study.
Candidates should be prepared to submit plans for
completing their doctoral dissertations. Essential criteria for
selection include the relevance of the dissertation topic to
public policy issues affecting the state of California and
evidence that the research will be facilitated by access to the
Institute?s resources and those of other California-based
organizations. A demonstration of superior scholarship and
considerable promise for future achievements in public policy
research will also be taken into account. Candidates at any
stage of their research are welcome to apply; our preference
is for a candidate whose work is within one to two years from
completion. The appointment is expected to begin around
July 1, 2006, and to last for one year.


To support extremely promising scholars in selected fields
(varying each year), with an emphasis on originality, creativity,
and potential contributions to humanity. The Prize
encourages the study of history and evolution, study leading
to the improvement of current social conditions, and study of
science that points to improved prospects for humanity. A
period of residence in Tel Aviv is not required.

Annual program to provide selected doctoral students with
the opportunity to work closely with faculty mentors at
Washington State University in preparing for future careers
as faculty in colleges and universities.
To provide opportunities for doctoral stduents to pursue
research which integrates the physical and life sciences to
address environmental problems.




Annual program to increase the number of licensed
professionals, particularly minorities and disadvantaged
students, practicing in New York State. Recipients must
agree in writing to practice in New York State in the
profession for which the award was granted for one year of
each award year.

Annual award to encourage and honor mothers in musical
pursuits.




Annual awards to encourage young composers in the
creation of concert music.

Annual award to assist graduate students working toward and
training for careers in aspects of air pollution control and
waste management.

Annual award to support a promising doctoral student in the
U.S., Canada, or Mexico who is pursuing advanced training
and research in the field of water supply and treatment. The
fellowship may be renewed for a second year of support upon
submission of evidence of satisfactory progress and approval
of a review committee.
Annual award intended to encourage academic excellence by
recognizing outstanding master's theses and doctoral
dissertations addressing issues in public water supply. Two
dissertations and two master's theses are selected for
awards.
Annual award to support and encourage outstanding
graduate students in science and engineering who are
dedicated to research on improving water quality.




Annual award to support and encourage outstanding
graduate students conducting applied research on drinking
water. A doctoral student is selected for the award in the even-
numbered years; a master's degree student is selected in the
odd-numbered years.
Annual scholarship designed to respond to many of the most
significant challenges in fish, wildlife, and plant conservation
in the U.S. by providing scholarships to eligible graduate or
undergraduate students who are poised to make a significant
contribution to the field of conservation.

Annual scholarship program to support graduate and
undergraduate students in environmental studies. The award
is to be used for tuition, fees, books, and other education-
related expenses.
Annual fellowships to encourage individuals seeking to
improve their knowledge or skills while looking for solutions to
current problems in Atlantic salmon biology, management, or
conservation.
The purpose of the e8 scholarship is to support outstanding
students in pursuing advanced studies in sustainable energy
development and to encourage meaningful contributions to
the collective body of knowledge about this subject.



Annual fellowship to participate in and support the work of the
Long Island Sound Study's Scientific and Technical Advisory
Committee. The purpose is to provide direct experience of
Long Island Sound issues and programs to students
interested in careers in environmental management.
Annual program to support a range of fellowship activities
designed to help students refine their professional skills and
enhance their knowledge of environmental issues.




The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as part of
its Science to Achieve Results (STAR) program, is offering
Graduate Fellowships for master’s and doctoral level students
in environmental fields of study. The deadline for receipt of
pre-applications is November 28, 2006. Subject to availability
of funding, the Agency plans to award approximately 65 new
fellowships by July 20, 2007. Master's level students may
receive support for a maximum of two years. Doctoral
students may be supported for a maximum of three years,
usable over a period of four years. The U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA), National Center for Environmental
Research (NCER), invites pre-applications for the Science to
Achieve Results (STAR) Fellowships for graduate
environmental study for master’s and doctoral level students.



Annual award to provide financial aid to an advanced student
to study areas in the United States that provide winter or
summer habitat for threatened and endangered native birds.



Annual award to promote wetland conservation through the
support of young scientists in their field work and research.


Annual award to work with members of the Great Lakes'
science, policy and information/education communities to
advance the environmental quality and sustainable economic
development goals of the Great Lakes states. The Fellow will
be housed at the Great Lakes Commission offices in Ann
Arbor, Michigan.
Annual award to provide students with a summer of training
and research on the Hudson River.




Annual awards to encourage graduate students who are
conducting research on the Hudson River System, by
providing a one-year stipend and training in conducting
estuarine studies and public policy research.

Annual award for travel related to the goals of the Hudson
River Fund. The Foundation is interested particularly in visits
by experts from outside the region to share new approaches
to environmental questions about the Hudson River.




To provide funds to analyze and synthesize existing data sets
concerning the Hudson River in order to gain new insights
about important ecosystem processes and how they may be
changing over time.



In honor of the late Joseph L. Fisher, president of Resources
for the Future (RFF) from 1959-1974, RFF will award
fellowships for the coming academic year in support of
doctoral dissertation research on issues related to the
environment, natural resources, or energy. RFF's primary
research disciplines are economics and other social
sciences. Proposals originating in these fields will have the
greatest likelihood of success. Proposals from the physical or
biological sciences must have an immediate and obvious link
to environmental policy matters.


The Lake Champlain Sea Grant Research Initiative seeks to
fund applied research that supports improved management,
better understanding and sustainable use of coastal and
aquatic resources in the basin.
Annual program to provide graduate students with an
opportunity to conduct research for 12 weeks at the
Smithsonian Marine Station at Fort Pierce, Florida.




Annual program to support management-related research
projects that will enhance scientific understanding of the
reserve ecosystem, provide information needed by reserve
management and coastal management decision-makers, and
improve public understanding and awareness of estuarine
ecosystems and estuarine management issues.




Annual award to provide a unique educational experience to
graduate students who have an interest in ocean, coastal,
and Great Lakes resources and in the national policy
decisions affecting those resources. The Fellow will be
matched with a "host" in the Washington, DC area. The
program is sponsored by the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration (NAOO).
Annual award to support master's or doctoral graduate
research related to water resources.




The award recipient(s) will develop conceptual restoration
plans, supported by preliminary data, that they can then use
as part of an application to other funding programs to either
expand on the plans, or to undertake the construction portion
of the restoration project(s). Proposals for any HEP site will
be accepted and reviewed, but the HEP Habitat Workgroup
believes that feasible restoration projects exist in the
identified Priority Watersheds of Arthur Kill/Kill van Kull and
Jamaica Bay, and encourage submissions for work in these
ecosystems.
Restore, enhance, and protect near shore and off shore
ecosystems, wetlands, and watersheds.


Annual award to provide students with the opportunity to
participate in energy-related and environmental research at
Aiken, S.C. Internships may be full or part-time and may be of
3 to 18 months in duration.




Annual award to give students opportunities to participate in
research on issues relating to safety, health, and the
environment. Appointments are for three months to one year,
full time or part time and renewable.




Annual award to support doctoral dissertation research on
issues related to the environment, natural resources or
energy.



Annual program to provide students with an opportunity to
conduct an individual research project in environmental
studies under the supervision of professional staff members.




Annual award to support graduate students in
environmentally related fields of study.
Annual program to encourage the best graduate students to
conduct research critical for conserving national parks. Four 3-
year fellowships are awarded to doctoral students in U.S.
schools each year. (A parallel program is conducted for
doctoral students in other schools in the Americas.).




Annual program to encourage and support outstanding post-
doctoral research in ecological sciences related to the flora of
U.S. National Parks.




Annual small research grants program to support individual
field research which is based on sound and innovative
conservation science.



The fellowships are designed for students whose dissertation
topics are related to the study of public policy and political
institutions.

Annual program to offer talented young men and women the
opportunity to work on Congressional Committees and learn
all aspects of the legislative process; and to provide scholarly
research on critical issues before Congress.

Annual award to encourage research in communication for
education and to recognize outstanding theses, dissertations,
and published scholarship on communications and education.




Annual award to support study and education dealing with the
role of government in a free society, the relationship between
international and domestic issues, and improved
understanding of world affairs. The award supports a doctoral
candidate who is writing his or her dissertation.
The Udall Foundation awards two one-year fellowships of up
to $24,000 to doctoral candidates whose research concerns
U.S. environmental public policy and/or environmental conflict
resolution and who are entering their final year of writing the
dissertation. Dissertation Fellowships are intended to cover
both academic and living expenses from July 1, 2007 through
June 30, 2008.




Annual program to provide an opportunity for college
graduates to gain practical experience by contributing to the
efforts of non-profit, public-interest organizations in the
Washington, D.C. area working on peace and security issues.




Annual program offering support for students to attend
summer seminars on a range of topics related to the study of
individual liberty and classic liberal ideology.

Annual program to provide full-time research or policy
analysis experience to increase understanding of the
legislative process among graduate students and to apply
their ideas and research skills.



Annual program to provide talented and skilled individuals
with an understanding of New York government through a 10-
month internship experience in the state senate at Albany.
Coursework is not permitted during the program.
Annual program to provide a 10-month internship in the
Counsel and Program Office of the New York State Senate
for talented and skilled students who are interested in public
service careers. Coursework is not permitted during the
program.

Annual program to create an opportunity for the Division to
employ persons with unique skills and backgrounds not
generally available through traditional civil service
mechanisms. Fellowship appointments made for a period of
up to three years, based on satisfactory performance.
In cooperation with the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) in
Monterey, California, CISAC offers a multidisciplinary
fellowship program. The purpose of the fellowship program is
to explore ways to facilitate organizational learning to help
strengthen U.S. homeland security capability.



Annual program for recent graduates to gain a broad
perspective on national policy, the media, Congress,
grassroots organizing, and a variety of public interest
organizations and issues. Fellows work independently on
short-term projects in the Washington, D.C. office of TCS.

Annual fellowships to enable individuals holding a graduate
degree to work in the federal court system for one year, either
at the Supreme Court of the U.S., the Federal Judiciary
Center, the U.S. Sentencing Commission, or the
Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts.

Annual program to provide individuals with an 11-month
intern experience in the California State Senate, observing
the legislative process and providing research and
administrative assistance to Senate members and policy
committees. The fellowship period begins the October
following the application deadline.
Annual program to facilitate a practical graduate level
education in California state government, by placing graduate
students in full-time, 11-month positions in the Executive
Branch. Sponsored jointly by the Center for California Studies
and the Office of the Governor. The fellowship period begins
in September.

Annual program to provide an opportunity for individuals of all
ages, ethnic backgrounds, and experience to directly
participate in the legislative process in the state of California.
Annual program to train professionals in the growing
complexities of the court system by providing a year's work
experience in California's judicial system. Ten college
graduates and graduate students with diverse academic
backgrounds are selected for the program each year.



Annual award to recognize an outstanding thesis or
dissertation and an outstanding published scholarship on
alumni relations and education.




Annual program to support highly qualified postdoctoral
scholars conducting research in Germany, for stays of 6 to 12
months. Applicants propose their own research projects and
select hosts at German institutions.

The aim is to give award winners an opportunity to
concentrate on high-level, innovative research work of their
own choice in Germany, virtually without administrative
constraints, and thus to promote the internationalization of
research in Germany.
Annual program to support research by promising
postdoctoral scholars and junior faculty members for an
academic year at the American Academy of Arts & Sciences
at Cambridge, Mass. Scholars are expected to be in
residence for the academic year (September through May).

Annual award to support postdoctoral scholars in the social
sciences and humanities to conduct in-depth research for 4 to
12 months in China. The research should be on China or the
Chinese portion of a comparative study. Supported by a grant
from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Annual award to support 10 post-doctoral scholars in
humanities and social science research using the foreign
language collections at the Library of Congress. Multi-
disciplinary and cross-disciplinary studies and research
concerning East and Southeast Asia are welcome. Fellows
are expected to pursue research full-time at Washington,
D.C. Office space is provided at the Library of Congress.




Annual award to support Japanese and American scholars
and researchers who are conducting research in the social
sciences and humanities relevant to matters of pressing
worldwide concern, problems common to advanced industrial
societies, or issues relating to improving Japan-U.S. relations.
At least one-third of the time should be spent abroad (in the
U.S. or Japan). Funds can be used in a third country if
necessary to the project.




Annual award to provide up to five postdoctoral fellowships at
the New York Public Library's Center for Scholars and
Writers. The fellowship provides the opportunity to explore
the collections of the NYPL Humanities and Social Sciences
Library.
Annual award to provide up to ten postdoctoral fellowships to
scholars researching the societies and cultures of Asia,
Africa, the Near and Middle East, Latin America and the
Caribbean, East Europe, and the former Soviet Union.




Annual award to provide support for an academic year of
dissertation research and writing, to be undertaken outside of
East Europe.



Annual award to support postdoctoral research in disciplines
of the humanities and humanities-related social sciences for
6 to 12 months. The award may be held concurrently with
other grants and sabbatical pay.




Annual award to provide support for a period of 6 to 12
months of research and/or writing in East European studies.




Annual award to assist graduate students in any stage of
Ph.D. dissertation research and writing, focusing on any
period of US art history. Fellowship funds may not be used to
defray tuition costs. The fellowship year begins in the summer
following the application deadline.
With support from the National Science Foundation (NSF)
and the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) of
the Institute of Education Sciences, the AERA Grants
Program announces its Dissertation Grants Program. The
program's goals are: (1) to stimulate research on U.S.
education policy- and practice-related issues using NCES and
NSF data sets; (2) to improve the educational research
community's firsthand knowledge of the range of data
available at the two agencies and how to use them; and (3) to
increase the number of educational researchers using the
data sets. Underrepresented minority researchers are
strongly encouraged to apply.


Annual award to support political scientists and journalists to
come to Washington, D.C. for periods of up to ten months to
work within congressional offices.



The fellowship goals are to increase ethnic/racial diversity
among neuroscience researchers with a special emphasis in
increasing the numbers of under-represented ethnic
minorities and to increase numbers of neuroscientists whose
work is related to the federal initiative to eliminate health
disparities.

Annual award to support scholars and doctoral candidates
who wish to conduct research in Turkey in any field of the
humanities and social sciences.




Annual award to support doctoral candidates undertaking
research in Turkey in the history or art, history of architecture,
and archaeology. The program is supported by the Samuel H.
Kress Foundation.




Annual award to support scholars engaged in research on
ancient, medieval, or modern times in Turkey in any field of
the humanities.
Bi-annual award to support doctoral candidates and
postdoctoral scholars, for one year of study at the ASCSA as
a student associate member or senior associate member.
The Archaeological Institute of America awards the
fellowship.




Annual program to support doctoral candidates writing their
dissertations and scholars who have received the Ph.D.
degree recently, to complete a project, such as preparing
their dissertation for publication. The fellowship is for one
academic year, beginning in September.
Annual award to support doctoral candidates and
postdoctoral scholars to pursue research of particular
relevance to the collections of the Gennadius Library. The
fellowship is for one academic year.



Annual award to support and encourage scholars to continue
in their academic endeavors related to theatre or the
performing arts.
Annual award to nurture the development of scientific
knowledge by funding small, ground-breaking research
initiatives and other important scientific research activities.
Funded in part by the National Science Foundation. The
award is meant to provide scholars with venture capital for
innovative research that challenges the discipline.

The award supports research in topics related to the
sustainable development of drylands.




Annual award to support a postdoctoral scholar for an
academic year at Columbia University's Center for
Comparative Literature and Society, which is dedicated to
rethinking comparative literary and cultural studies in relation
to area studies and the historically oriented social sciences.
Annual award to enhance the role of humanities at Columbia
University by exploring and clarifying the interrelationships
within the humanities as well as with the natural and social
sciences and the several professions.




To assist minority scholars in the early stages of their careers
and produce a pool of minority scholars who will have
firsthand experience teaching at liberal arts colleges.




Annual award to recognize outstanding scholarship.




Annual program to enable students to study at a German
university or to work on a research project in Germany.


Annual program to enable scholars to carry out dissertation
and postdoctoral research at German libraries, archives,
institutes, or laboratories for a period of one to six months.



The Society expects that essentially 100% of the Fellow's
time will be devoted to research, and the fellowship will
constitute salary support. With the cognizance of the
committee, teaching or clinical service of a limited amount is
permitted, and a small portion of the fellowship may be used
for supplies. The committee reserves final decisions until it
has a clear understanding of the Fellow's financial support for
the project, whether in the form of additional salary granted by
the institution at which the Fellow is located or from other
fellowships.
Annual program to provide research opportunities in the field
of educational research to postdoctoral scholars belonging to
minority groups for one year of independent research at ETS
in Princeton, N.J.




Annual award made to an individual for an outstanding
dissertation that makes a significant and original contribution
to knowledge about and/or the use and development of
second- and foreign-language tests and testing.



The Center for Humanistic Inquiry at Emory University is
accepting applications for three Junior and Post-Doctoral
fellowships for an academic year of study, teaching, and
residence in the Center



Annual fellowship awarded to support a scholar who holds a
Ph.D. degree in a field related to the African and African-
American experience and supports the completion of a
research project for one academic year. Residence at the
University of Rochester is required for the fellowship year.

Annual award to support individual out-of-state scholars to
pursue their own research in the Hagley research collections
for periods of two to six months in residence.




Annual award made to scholars who hold a doctorate (or
other terminal degree) to pursue their own research in the
libraries and collections of Dumbarton Oaks and elsewhere in
and around the District of Columbia. Fellows spend an
academic year in residence at Dumbarton Oaks in
Washington, D.C.
Annual award to support doctoral candidates in completing
the research for and writing of dissertations (or final projects,
for students completing other terminal degrees). Junior
fellows spend an academic year in residence at Dumbarton
Oaks in Washington, D.C.




Annual fellowship award intended to expand the number of
under-represented minorities entering academia and to
position Yerby scientists and policy analysts in roles of
leadership, teaching, research, public service, and national
health policy.
Annual award to provide recent recipients of the Ph.D. degree
with opportunities to broaden and strengthen their research at
the forefront of astrophysics and related fields. (CfA is a
collaboration between the Smithsonian Astrophysical
Observatory and the Harvard College Observatory.) The
appointment is for two years, with reappointment for a third
year contingent of satisfactory progress.

Annual fellowships to support independent and postdoctoral
scholars in historical research using the resources of the
John Carter Brown Library.




Annual award for scholars to conduct research in the John W.
Kluge Center using the Library of Congress collections and
resources for a period of up to eleven months.

Annual awards to institutions for basic postdoctoral research
in mammalian reproductive biology as related to the
regulation of fertility. Study may be conducted in the U.S. or
abroad.
Research Associateship awards are given to conduct
research at a specific laboratory chosen by the applicant.
Awards are made to Postdoctoral Associates (within 5 years
of the doctorate) and Senior Associates (normally 5 years or
more beyond the doctorate). |.
The National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral
Fellowship Program supports early career scholars working in
critical areas of education research. This nonresidential
postdoctoral fellowship funds proposals that make significant
scholarly contributions to the field of education. The program
also develops the careers of its recipients through
professional development activities involving National
Academy of Education members.


Annual program to support predoctoral and postdoctoral
scholars conducting research in aviation and space history at
the NASM. The award is supported by the Daniel and
Florence Guggenheim Foundation.



A variety of academic year and single academic term
fellowships are awarded to support postdoctoral research in
the history, theory, and criticism of the visual arts. See the
website for full details.




Annual program that provides 40 residential fellowships for
advanced study at the National Humanities Center, Research
Triangle Park, North Carolina, for an academic year.




Annual program to increase the involvement of creative and
highly trained scientists and engineers from academia and
industry in scientific and technical areas of interest and
relevance to the Navy by providing approximately 40 new
postdoctoral appointments each year.
Annual program to increase the pool of minority and women
faculty members who hold the terminal degree in critical
academic areas. Financial support is provided in exchange
for an agreement by the fellows to subsequently serve three
years in a tenure-track position at Old Dominion.




Annual award designed to support scholars, scientists, artists,
and writers of exceptional promise and demonstrated
accomplishment who wish to pursue work in academic and
professional fields and in the humanities and/or social
sciences.



Annual award designed to support scholars, scientists, artists,
and writers of exceptional promise and demonstrated
accomplishment who wish to pursue work in academic and
professional fields.




Annual program to foster academic research and scholarly or
creative activities within Rhodes University departments and
institutes by providing postdoctoral positions for scholars who
have received the Ph.D. degree recently.



Annual award to support postdoctoral research that uses
resources offered at the National Museum of Natural History
(NMNH) at Washington, D.C. or the Smithsonian Tropical
Research Institute (STRI) in the Republic of Panama. The
fellowship period must begin between June 1 following the
application deadline and March 1 of the following year.
Annual program to provide postdoctoral scholars an
opportunity to conduct research at the Smithsonian Institution
for a period of 3 to 12 months.




Annual awards to support the most promising new scholars in
the social sciences and humanities and assist them in
establishing a research base at an important time in their
research careers.
Annual fellowship for scientists and engineers to explore the
policy dimensions of their research topic in an interdisciplinary
environment.




Annual program to offer research opportunities for members
of humanities departments or scholars interested in
humanistic issues.
Annual program to provide opportunities for academic training
and supervised experience in applying research methods to
the systematic analysis and evaluation of health services.




Annual program to give men and women at an early stage of
their scholarly careers an opportunity to pursue their studies
in any department of the University, free from formal
requirements, by providing 3-year fellowships to scholars of
exceptional ability, originality, and resourcefulness.
The Helen Hay Whitney Foundation supports early
postdoctoral research training in all basic biomedical
sciences. To attain its ultimate goal of increasing the number
of imaginative, well-trained and dedicated medical scientists,
the Foundation grants financial support of sufficient duration
to help further the careers of young men and women
engaged in biological or medical research.

HHMI grants support promising biomedical research
scientists working outside the United States, medical and
dental students seeking research training, and leading
research scientists who are developing new approaches to
undergraduate science education. Please note that HHMI's
grants for individuals are awarded through competitions that
have specific objectives and eligibility criteria and that HHMI
does not encourage and rarely funds unsolicited grant
proposals.
Annual award to support postdoctoral career development by
providing stipends for individuals engaged in a multi-
disciplinary research training program that will create or
extend their credentials in pharmacology-morphology. The
objectives of this program are: (a) to advance understanding
of drug action through discovery of specifically related cellular
and tissue changes; and (b) concurrently, to uncover
associations between normal and abnormal function in
particular tissue and cellular structures.


Annual award designed to support post doctoral career
development activities of individuals prepared (or preparing)
to engage in research that will strengthen representation of
health outcomes in schools of pharmacy, medicine and public
health.



Annual award to provides stipend support for individuals
engaged in a multidisciplinary research training program that
will create or extend their credentials in pharmacology or
toxicology. The purpose (intent) of this program is to support
post doctoral career development activities of individuals
prepared (or preparing) to engage in research that integrates
information on molecular or cellular mechanisms of action
with information on the effect of an agent in the intact
organism. It is anticipated that this research training will be
accomplished by multidisciplinary teams organized to
integrate informatics, molecular, cell, and systems biology
with pharmacology/toxicology research.
Small grants given to scholars in order to support the cost of
research leading to publication in all areas of knowledge. The
Franklin program is particularly designed to help meet the
costs of travel to libraries and archives for research purposes;
the purchase of microfilm, photocopies, or equivalent
research materials; the costs associated with fieldwork; or
laboratory research expenses. Franklin grants are made for
noncommercial research. They are not intended to meet the
expenses of attending conferences or the costs of
publication. The Society does not pay overhead or indirect
costs to any institution. Grants will not be made to replace
salary during a leave of absence or earnings from summer
teaching; pay living expenses while working at home; cover
the costs of consultants or research assistants; or purchase
permanent equipment such as computers, cameras, tape
recorders, or laboratory apparatus.


Annual program to support doctoral training in mental health
and substance-abuse services, to promote culturally
competent mental health and substance-abuse services for
ethnic minority populations, and to increase the number of
ethnic minority psychologists providing services to ethnic
minority populations.




Annual award to increase the number of psychologists with
expertise in HIV/AIDS prevention and research related to
ethnic minorities, increase the number of underrepresented
minorities in the area of mental health research and HIV/AIDS
research and prevention, and to increase the general
knowledge of issues related to ethnic minority mental health
and treatment.
Annual award to support doctoral training in psychological
practice, to increase the number of ethnic minority research
scientists, to increase the knowledge of issues related to
ethnic minorities and to increase the availability and quality of
ethnic minority research training.



An annual program to support doctoral training in Substance
Abuse Research (SAR) and prevention: 1) To increase the
number of psychologists with expertise in SAR and
prevention related to ethnic minority populations. 2) To
increase the number of under-represented minorities in the
area of SAR research and prevention related to ethnic
minority populations. 3) To increase the general knowledge
and research of issues related to ethnic minority mental
health and treatment.
Annual award to enable students to attend the week-long
summer institute held by MANIP.




Annual award to advance knowledge and learning in the field
of child psychology, specifically psychological research that
breaks new ground or creates significant new understandings
that facilitate the development and/or functioning of children
and youth.




Annual program to provide trainees a diverse, well-
supervised, and in-depth training experience that prepares
them to assume full responsibility for patient care, and to
function as independent practitioners of clinical psychology.



Funded by a grant from the federal Substance Abuse and
Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the MFP
has created the Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Services (MHSAS) fellowship to support the training of
practitioners or practitioner/researchers in mental health and
substance abuse services and prevention. This fellowship
program is directed at students in clinical, counseling, and
school psychology, or other psychology doctoral students
whose training prepares them to provide counseling, therapy,
testing, assessments, etc… . An MFFP fellowship is more
than a simple scholarship that only provides financial support.
An MFP fellowship is a professional training appointment into
a community of other students and professionals who hold
similar professional interests. Indeed, the MFP provides
stipends, or living allowances, to students who hold the
fellowships. However, we also facilitate professional
development and provide professional guidance.



Annual award to support exceptionally promising graduate
students during preparation of their doctoral dissertations in
fields pertinent to the expansion of knowledge about
schizophrenia.
Annual fellowship program to provide one year of residence
at the Brookings Institution (Washington, D.C.) for doctoral
candidates whose dissertation topics are directly related to
public policy issues. Fellowship term runs from September 1,
2005 through August 31, 2006.




Annual program to support Ph.D. candidates who wish to
conduct policy-oriented dissertation research at the Hudson
Institute in Washington or Indianapolis. Fellows will be able to
work on their dissertation 50 percent of the time, with the
remainder devoted to policy-oriented research projects
assigned by the Hudson Institute.




With the recent enactment of a smoking ban in the nation?s
capital and the release of the film "Thank you for Not
Smoking," tobacco regulation continues to be a controversial
and popular topic. iLiberty.org challenges students to think
about the implications of government regulations designed to
protect us from exposure to tobacco smoke in private
establishments.
Annual program that offers a unique opportunity to work with
top policy experts, journalists, and academics. Fellows will
explore market-based solutions to critical social and
economic problems and gain the skills necessary to effect
policy change.
Annual program to pursue independent research on a social
policy issue of relevance to the economic and social
problems of minority groups. Fellows work in Washington,
D.C. or Princeton, NJ.
Annual award to cover both academic and living expenses for
PhD candidates writing dissertations in environmental public
policy and/or conflict resolution.




Annual program to provide Native Americans with practical
experience (via an internship in Washington D.C.) in the
legislative process, congressional matters and governmental
proceedings that specifically relate to Native American
issues.
Annual program to give outstanding, promising Americans
the opportunity to receive a firsthand introduction to the
workings of government at the highest level.



The NRI fellowship program is designed to promote sound
policy research by enabling talented students to spend an
academic year in residence at AEI, pursuing domestic public
policy research under the direction of an AEI scholar.

Annual program to attract to the Federal Service outstanding
individuals from a wide variety of academic disciplines who
have an interest in, and commitment to, a career in the
analysis and management of public policies and programs.
Department or agency appointment is based on a screening
process conducted in January and February. After the first
year, interns are eligible for a promotion to GS-11.

Annual program to promote among the participants a better
understanding of major problems confronting the world and to
give them insight into how the United Nations attempts to find
solutions to these problems.
Annual program to provide an opportunity for on-the-job
experience for planning students or those in similar fields,
especially those with an interest in public service and without
a graduate degree in the field. Intern will work for three
months on short-term and large projects in order to gain a
wider acquaintance with Oregon's land use program.

The program gives many young people an opportunity to gain
a full sense of the scope and possibilities of public service
while inspiring them to continue making government more
efficient and effective in meeting the needs of the public.

Annual award to allow doctoral students from other
institutions throughout the world to conduct dissertation
research at the extensive facilities of the Observatory for one
to three years.
Annual awards made to provide a public service by making
available to Members of Congress individuals with scientific
knowledge and skills. In turn, the program enables scientists
to broaden their experience through direct involvement with
the legislative and political processes. Fellows choose the
Congressional office in which they wish to work, after a two-
week introductory session.

Annual fellowship that encourages students to continue and
complete their research project in the microbiological
sciences. The goal of the fellowship is to increase the number
of underrepresented minorities completing doctoral degrees
in the microbiological sciences.

Annual program to provide the opportunity for graduate
students to carry out research at Argonne National Laboratory
(Argonne, Illinois) for a master's or doctoral degree under the
co-sponsorship of an ANL staff member. Renewable
contingent upon satisfactory performance. The student's
faculty sponsor is eligible for limited travel expenses.




U.S. citizens or permanent resident aliens who are juniors,
seniors, or in first-year of graduate study with a GPA of at
least 3.0/ 4.0

Annual conference support grant for participating graduate
students to learn research ethics from professionals in the
natural sciences and engineering. Students will also be
expected to participate in a seminar about 6 months after the
workshop (travel also covered up to $400).

About 5-10 AWIS graduate fellowships in the amount of
$1,000 are awarded each year. The four memorial awards
are: (1) Amy Lutz Rechel Award, for an outstanding graduate
student in the field of plant biology, (2) Luise Meyer-
Schutzmeister Award, for an outstanding graduate student in
physics (see note below), (3) Ruth Satter Award, for an
outstanding graduate student who interrupted her education
for at least three years to raise a family, and (4) the Diane H.
Russell Award, for an outstanding graduate student in the
field of biochemistry or pharmacology. AWIS may also award
Citations of Merit ($300).
Annual awards to support the work of outstanding doctoral
students interested in excellence in environmental research
and science. For research within or outside of the U.S.



Annual program to support postdoctoral scholars in a stay of
12 to 24 months for advanced training in a laboratory located
in one of the participating European countries. The fellowship
is intended for scientists early in their career.

Annual award for Ph.D. students in the applied physical
sciences (including applications to biological research)
working on solutions to problems of comparatively near-term,
widespread human interest. The fellowship continues for five
years, dependent on satisfactory academic progress.

Annual award to encourage independent research by
investigators early in their careers and to increase research
opportunities for persons trained for careers in
neurobiological investigation, by providing summer
fellowships at MBL, Woods Hole, Mass.




Three annual scholarships granted to outstanding participants
of the Young Scientists Summer Program (YSSP) enabling
the participants to return to IIASA for an additional three
months the following year.




To foster education and innovation in the area of societal
production and utilization of energy
The Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) Program is a year-
round educational program that provides students with
relevant research experience while they are pursuing a
graduate degree. In some cases, students can arrange to
conduct master's or doctoral thesis research at the
Laboratory. Appointments are available for 90 days up to one
year, with option for renewal based upon program
requirements.
Annual awards to support research related to Myasthenia
Gravis (MG).


Annual fellowship program to increase the number of women,
minorities, and people with disabilities participating in math,
science, engineering, and technology disciplines of interest to
NASA.




Annual program to allow students to spend a summer
working at the National Air and Space Museum in
Washington, D.C.

Annual program to provide a 12-month fellowship to scholars
pursuing research in U.S. naval flight history, including Navy
and Marine Corps aviation, the history of rocketry, missile,
and space activities, biographical studies of naval aviators,
and multinational comparative studies that include the U.S.
As a means of increasing the number of U.S. citizens and
nationals trained in science and engineering disciplines of
military importance, the Department of Defense (DoD) plans
to award approximately 200 new three-year graduate
fellowships in April 2007, subject to the availability of funds.
The DoD will offer these fellowships to individuals who have
demonstrated ability and special aptitude for advanced
training in science and engineering. National Defense
Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowships are
awarded to applicants who will pursue a doctoral degree in, or
closely related to, an area of DoD interest.




Annual program to encourage college students active in
science, engineering, mathematics, technology, and creative
invention by providing cash awards and recognition for
extraordinary achievement.

An NPSC Fellowship may be used at any NPSC member
university to which the student is admitted, and may be
renewed annually. Benefits. •NPSC's employer-members
provide a generous annual stipend, currently $16,000.
•NPSC's member universities cover tuition and fees and at
their discretion may supplement the employer-provided
stipend. •Paid summer employment and technical experience
for at least two years from leading national employers in the
U.S. •A commitment for the first two or three years of
graduate school, depending on the employer, with the
possibility of continuation up to a total of six years.
•Opportunity to build a relationship with leading scientists
from both major research laboratories and universities. •An
NPSC staff whose goal is the success of each NPSC Fellow.
The Graduate Research Fellowship provides three years of
support for graduate study leading to research-based
masters’s or doctoral degrees and is intended for students
who are at the early stages of their graduate study. The
Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) invest in
graduate education for a cadre of diverse individuals who
demonstrate their potential to successfully complete graduate
degree programs in disciplines relevant to the mission of the
National Science Foundation.


The purpose of the Graduate Research Fellowship Program
(GRFP) is to ensure the vitality of the scientific and
technological workforce in the United States and to reinforce
its diversity. The program recognizes and supports
outstanding graduate students in the relevant science,
technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)
disciplines who are pursuing research-based master’s and
doctoral degrees. NSF Fellows are expected to become
knowledge experts who can contribute significantly to
research, teaching, and innovations in science and
engineering. These individuals will be crucial to maintaining
and advancing the nation’s technological infrastructure and
national security as well as contributing to the economic well
being of society at large.


Annual awards to give students the opportunity to participate
in fossil energy-related research. The internship may be
either full or part-time and may be of 3 to 18 months in
duration. Interns work at either Pittsburgh, Pa. or
Morgantown, W.V.




Annual award to give students opportunities to participate in
research on infectious diseases, environmental health,
epidemiology, or occupational safety and health.




Annual program to give students opportunities to participate
in research on biological effects of potentially toxic chemicals
and solutions to toxicology problems that have a major impact
on human health and the environment.
Annual program to give students the opportunity to participate
in summer research and development relating to science,
math, and engineering at NOAA headquarters and field
centers.




Annual program to give students opportunities to participate
in research on legal aspects of energy-related techniques and
procedures, national energy-related problems and efforts
related to their solutions.

Annual program to give students opportunities to participate
in research and development in support of military missions.
Appointments are for three months to one year, full time or
part time and renewable.




Annual award designed to provide stipend support for
individuals engaged in a multidisciplinary research training
program that will create or extend their credentials in
informatics. The intent of this program is to support post
doctoral career development activities of individuals preparing
to engage in research that will bridge the gap between
experimental and computational approaches in genomic and
biomedical studies. The intent of this program is to support
post doctoral career development activities of individuals
preparing to engage in research that will bridge the gap
between experimental and computational approaches in
genomic and biomedical studies.


Annual award designed to assist in the post doc training of
students in pharmacology (including basic pharmaceutics,
biopharmaceutics, pharmaceutical technology and
pharmaceutical biotechnology - excludes projects that seek to
extend or develop the proprietary value of certain drugs).
Annual award to provide assistance in training new
investigators in pharmacological research, by supporting
promising Ph.D. candidates while they are engaged in
dissertation research.




Annual award to provide assistance in training new
investigators in pharmacological research, by supporting
promising Ph.D. candidates while they are engaged in thesis
research.




Annual award to generate interest in research careers in
pharmacology, including clinical pharmacology, among
medical and dental students.




Annual award to support research towards finding cures for
incurable diseases, specifically alzheimer's and AIDS
Annual award designed to build the nation's capacity for
research, leadership and action to address the broad range of
factors affecting the health of populations.



Annual program to allow graduate students to conduct
independent research under the guidance of Smithsonian
staff members for ten weeks.
Annual program to provide doctoral candidates an opportunity
to conduct dissertation research at the Smithsonian Institution
for a period of 3 to 12 months.




Annual program to support research undertaken as part of an
academic program to qualify for a doctorate. The mission is
to support, conduct, and disseminate research that improves
access to care and the outcomes, quality, cost, and utilization
of health care services.




Annual program to support individual scientists with a clinical
or research doctoral degree who can demonstrate a need for
a period of intensive research focus. Awards are good for
three to five years of research.




Annual program to provide undergraduate and graduate
students with experience in health services research or
policy.




Annual awards to support graduate students who have career
goals aligned with the mission and objectives of the DHS.




To provide fellowships for graduet students pursuing
research in basic science and technology innovations that
can be applied to the mission of the Department of Homeland
Security.
Annual program to provide internships for current graduate
students (and individuals intending to begin graduate studies)
for 3 to 4 months in Washington, D.C. in the NPS Social
Science Program.



Annual program to support the career development of
minority postdoctoral scholars in fields of biomedical research
by funding appointments for 12 to 24 months at academic
and non-academic research institutions in the U.S.



Annual award to increase the number of African Americans in
the pipeline of biomedical science education and research.




Annual program to stimulate individuals to pursue careers in
epilepsy in either research or practice settings.




To fund cutting-edge research that uses analytic moral and
political philosophy to focus on ethical issues in health policy
and population and international health, including health
system reform, social inequalities in health, and ethical
dilemmas in the practice of public health (among other
contemporary issues). Fellowships are for a two-year period
beginning September 2006.
Annual award to increase the number of well-trained
investigators in pharmacological research (excludes projects
that seek to extend or develop the proprietary value of certain
drugs).




Annual program to encourage sociologists to undertake
community action projects that bring social science
knowledge, methods, and expertise to bear in addressing
community-identified issues and concerns.
The ASA encourages applications for the 2007-2008
Congressional Fellowship. The Fellowship brings a PhD-level
sociologist to Washington, DC, to work as a staff member on
a congressional committee or in a congressional office, or as
a member of a congressional agency (e.g., the General
Accounting Office). This intensive six month experience
reveals the intricacies of the policy making process to the
sociological fellow, and shows the usefulness of sociological
data and concepts to policy issues. ASA will join with other
associations' congressional fellows to offer orientation,
meetings, and support for the person selected. The person
will work closely with the ASA's Spivack Program on Applied
Social Research and Social Policy, with possibilities for
congressional staff or press briefings, public speaking, writing
issue papers, and other opportunities.


Good variety of grants available from Ford Foundation. The
foundation supports pluralism and equal opportunity in its
grant making and in its internal policies. The opportunities
that prospective grantee organizations provide for women
and other disadvantaged groups are considered in evaluating
proposals. Applications are considered throughout the year.
Normally applicants may expect to receive within six weeks
an indication of whether their proposals are within the
foundation’s program interests and budget limitations. If the
proposal is being considered for a grant, the approval
process is generally completed within three months. Activities
supported by grants and program-related investments must
be charitable, educational or scientific, as defined under the
appropriate provisions of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code and
Treasury Regulations. The foundation monitors grants
through regular financial and narrative reports submitted by
the grantee.


Annual awards to support research that embodies Murray's
commitment to the in-depth study of individuals in context,
over time, and from a variety of perspectives. The
dissertation topic should focus on some aspect of "the study
of lives," concentrating on issues in human development or
personality for populations within the U.S.
Annual award to support the work of outstanding graduate
and undergraduate students who are interested in studying
the classical liberal/libertarian tradition of individual rights and
dignity; protection of rights by institutions of private property,
contract, and the rule of law; and voluntarism in all human
relations, including the unhampered market mechanism in
economic affairs, with the goals of free trade, free migration,
and peace.
Annual award to provide supplementary aid where other
resources available to the prospective student are not
adequate. Intended to support full time study beyond the
Bachelor's degree.
Annual award program to support undergraduate and
graduate students with moderate to profound hearing loss to
continue their studies.




The Ford foundation sponsors this associateship open to
international researchers in women's studies. Associates
spend a semester in residence at the Center pursuing their
own research, participating in faculty seminars with women's
studies and area studies colleagues from the Five Colleges,
and forging connections with the feminist community in
Western Massachusetts. Each Ford Associate also teaches
or co-teaches (in English) an undergraduate women's studies
course at one of the Five Colleges during her semester at the
Center. See Web-site for further information on current yearly
themes.
Annual award to support MFA students who have
demonstrated an interest in the classical liberal ideas and
their application.
Annual awards to enable students who are presenting papers
to travel to the annual meetings of the Conference on Lasers
and Electro Optics (CLEO) and the Optical Society of
America.
American Fellowships support women doctoral candidates
completing dissertations or scholars seeking funds for
postdoctoral research leave from accredited institutions.
Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
Candidates are evaluated on the basis of scholarly
excellence, teaching experience, and active commitment to
helping women and girls through service in their communities,
professions, or fields of research. Candidates may apply for
only one of the awards listed below. . • Postdoctoral
Research Leave Fellowships . • Dissertation Fellowships . •
Summer/Short-Term Research Publication. Grants


Annual program to assist women seeking the education
necessary for entry or reentry into the work force, or
advancement within a career field.
Annual award to support women in advanced graduate study
at accredited colleges and universities in New York State.




Various awards to support women graduates seeking funding
for masters and doctoral level studies. See Web site for
individual award details.



Residency open to feminist scholars, teachers, writers, and
activists from the United States and abroad. Research
associates are expected to be in residence in the Five
College area, working full-time at the Center on the project
outlined in their application, during the period of appointment.

Annual award to support women graduate students studying
the psychological development of women and girls. Priority is
given to projects drawing on the resources of the Murray
Research Center, a national repository of social and
behavioral sciences data for the study of lives over time, with
a special focus of the lives of women.

Annual award to encourage women to pursue careers related
to the national security and defense interests of the United
States and to provide development opportunities to women
already working in national security and defense fields.




International Fellowships are awarded for full-time study or
research to women who are not United States citizens or
permanent residents. Both graduate and postgraduate study
at accredited institutions are supported. Six of the awards are
available to members of International Federation of University
Women affiliate organizations. These fellowship recipients
may study in any country other than their own. The
Foundation also awards several annual Home Country
Project Grants ($5,000 to $7,000 each) to women who
received AAUW Educational Foundation International
Fellowships. These grants support community-based projects
designed to improve the lives of women and girls in the
fellow's home country.
Annual award to recognize research achievement in
chemistry or biochemistry by a woman.




Annual award made to a full-time student who is a woman in
a graduate degree program. Granted in recognition of
outstanding original research in one of the main divisions of
the field of chemistry.




Annual program to strengthen the role of women from
developing countries.




Annual fellowship or assist women of Native American
heritage in pursuing an academic program beyond the
undergraduate degree and who are working on a project
appropriate to the collections of the library.

Annual award for women at early stages in their professional
careers whose work gives clear promise of scholarly
productivity and whose career would be significantly
enhanced by 6 months of research and writing at Newberry
Library.
Annual award to recognize outstanding scholarship and
encourage independent graduate research in marine biology,
maritime archaeology or oceanography particularly by women
and members of minority groups.




Annual internship program for graduate students to work with
one or more RFF researchers in one of the three research
divisions on a variety of ongoing projects, or to assist in the
development of entirely new areas of research and policy
analysis.
Selected Professions Fellowships are awarded for the
following programs. • Architecture (M.Arch, M.S.Arch). •
Computer/Information Sciences (M.S.). • Engineering (M.E.,
M.S., Ph.D.). Fellowships in the following degree programs
are restricted to women of color, who have been
underrepresented in these fields. • Business Administration
(M.B.A., E.M.B.A.). • Law (J.D.). • Medicine (M.D., D.O.).
Special consideration is given to applicants who show
professional promise in innovative or neglected areas of
research or practice in areas of public interest. Please
investigate the website to learn more about the specific
requirements of each program.
To attract qualified underrepresented minority students to
graduate study in areas of interest to the semiconductor
industry. The program links students with industry advisors
and porvides opportunities for internships in SRC member
companies.
The WW Women’s Studies Fellowships support the final year
of dissertation writing for Ph.D. candidates in the humanities
and social sciences whose work addresses topics of women
and gender in interdisciplinary and original ways. Since the
first Women’s Studies Fellows were named in 1974, more
than 400 emerging scholars have been funded, many now
prominent in their fields. They are college presidents,
distinguished faculty members, artists and novelists, and (in
some cases) leaders in business, government, and the
nonprofit sector. They include a Pulitzer Prize winner, two
MacArthur Fellows, seven Guggenheim Fellows, a number of
Fulbright Fellows, and many others who have achieved
significant distinctions. Notably, a number of the Fellows
volunteer their time as reviewers to help select new Women’s
Studies Fellows and enthusiastically support the next
generation of scholars exploring women’s issues and matters
of gender.


Annual award to help support women graduate students in
aerospace-related sciences and aerospace-related
engineering.

Annual award to provide grants-in-aid for selected women
from other countries for graduate study in the United States
and Canada.
Annual program to encourage graduate students to pursue
careers in public policy while increasing the capacity of New
York State government to address the concerns of women.
The program takes place in the spring semester during which
fellows are full-time graduate students at Rockefeller College
with policy-related field placements (in Albany) for thirty hours
a week from January thru June.
                                  Eligility

U.S. and Canadian citizens registered in graduate studies in plant
sciences or related fields and engaged in research as described

Citizens of the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Bahamas, and West Indies; Current
or entering graduate students who intend to work in the wine industry after
completing their degree program
Graduate students for study and research at a US institution




Open to graduate students pursuing an advanced degree; Study should
conform to the Society of Ecolgical Restoration’s definition: The process
of assisting the recovery and management of ecological integrity (which)
includes a critical range of variability in biodiversity, ecological processes
and structures, regional and historical context and sustainable cultural
practices".
Open to Ph.D. candidates and postdocs




Ph.D. candidates at American universities, conducting field research in
tropical botany

Preference given to graduate students whose projects focus on the
endangered flora of the Carolina's and southeastern US; No nationality
requirements

Graduate students at the masters degree level, preferably from IN, KY,
MI, OH, PA and WV

Advanced undergrad or graduate student in Master's degree




Advanced undergrad or graduate student; Must be a U.S. citizen
Persons with a proposed program of scientific, academic or artistic
investigation of herbal plants.


Students registered in a master's or Ph.D. degree program in one of
these fields of study and individuals who have completed such degree
programs; Fellows must be fluent in the English language.




Applicants should have been accepted in a doctoral program for plant
breeding at a U.S. institution; Applicants should be from developing
countries and intend to return to their country of origin; Applicants must be
nominated and sponsored by a Pioneer manager, found through the
"Pioneer Global Network Link" at the Web site: www.pioneer.com.

Must have Master's degree; PhD and postdoctoral students are preferred,
however applicants may substitute relevant experience for degrees; The
Kleinhans Fellowship research area is restricted to Latin America;
Applications for projects conducted in the Pet’n region of Guatemala or
Southern Mexico are especially encouraged



Must be currently enrolled in or recently graduated from a graduate
program




M.A. and Ph.D. level students at any institution of higher learning to
support their field work in communities in the US




United States or Canadian residents or scholars actively pursuing an
advanced degree at a North American college or university are eligible;
Preference will be given to candidates whose projects require travel to the
Mediterranean for the purpose stated above; Previous fellows are
ineligible
Must have completed all the requirements for the PhD except the
dissertation at the time of application or have received PhD within last 5
years; Must be citizen or permanent resident of the US
Graduate and undergraduate students who have completed some
coursework in history of art or architectural history; There is no citizenship
requirement for interns




Advanced doctoral students (all but dissertation) as well as established
scientists are eligible; There are no citizenship requirements




US residents wishing to carry out research anywhere in the world; Foreign
nationals doing research in the USA; Doctoral students, postdoctoral, and
junior scientists; Student applicants should ask their academic advisor to
write one of the two letters of recommendation, specifying the student's
qualifications to carry out the proposed work and the educational content
of the trip; Budgets should be limited to travel and related expenses,
including personal field equipment




Doctoral candidates in the research or writing stage of the dissertation are
eligible to compete for these fellowships. Any project dealing with the
histories and cultures of North America in the Atlantic world before 1850 ;
Proposals dependent on the use of Philadelphia-area archives and
libraries are particularly welcome; Relevant disciplines: Since 1978, more
than 150 advanced graduate students from some 50 different universities
in North America and Europe have received dissertation fellowships from
the McNeil Center. At leas
Ph.D. candidates; all nationalities are wlecome to apply


Graduate students who have completed substantial work toward the
doctorate and scholars holding the Ph.D. degree; There is no citizenship
requirement for the award

Fellows are generally citizens of the U.S. under the age of 40; Both
doctoral students and postdoctoral scholars are eligible.




Applicants must be full time graduate students in an NAAB- and RAIC-
accredited program of architecture and working toward their first
professional degree; Applications only available through the student's
department



Registered architects resident in the U.S. who are members of the
American Institute of Architects and pursuing careers in historic
preservation; Proficiency in conversational French is required



Applications are accepted from students planning independent foreign
travel outside the U.S. and those who have been selected to participate in
established school travel programs; Applicants must be in the second-to-
last year of a BArch or MArch program when applying and complete the
travel prior to graduation; Those undertaking independent travel must be
accepted in an advanced degree program

There are three types of competitions - see the web site for details
regarding each option




ARCE administers fellowships for study in Egypt by students enrolled in
doctoral programs at North American universities and by post-doctoral
scholars and professionals affiliated with North American universities and
research institutions; Depending on the source of funding, fellowships are
granted for periods of betweeen 3 and 12 months.
Graduate and undergraduate students; There is no citizenship
requirement, but non-U.S. citizens must have an appropriate visa status in
order to be eligible to hold an internship




Students registered full-time in doctoral degree programs in the U.S. and
Canada are eligible to apply; They must be nominated by the chair of their
academic department, who verifies that the applicant has completed
coursework, has been advanced to candidacy, and has had his or her
dissertation proposal approved




Scholars, specialists, artists, and graduate students who are U.S. citizens
or permanent residents.




Students in graduate degree programs, postdoctoral scholars, senior
scholars, and other professionals pursuing individual research projects;
There is no citizenship requirement for applicants; Fellows are expected
to participate in seminars and other public programs at the two institutions




Graduate students registered in accredited programs in one of the
appropriate fields.




Graduate Students seeking a degree in one of the named fields; Must be
U.S. citizen or permanent resident or a Canadian citizen


By nomination of candidate's university department; Must be U.S. citizens
or enrolled in a university in the U. S., all pre-dissertation requirements
before the date of application; Candidates must know two foreign
languages related to dissertation topic
The travel fellowship is intended to encourage a breadth of art-historical
experience beyond the candidate’s major field, not for the advancement
of a dissertation.; Preference will be accorded to those who have had little
opportunity for professional travel abroad; By nomination of candidate's
university department.



Applicants must have held the appropriate terminal degree for five years
or more; No citizenship requirements




Students who have completed at least 12 credits in a graduate degree
program in a relevant area of study; The internship may be held either for
20 hours per week for the academic year or 40 hours per week for one
semester

Doctoral students and recent recipients of the Ph.D. degree; There is no
citizenship requirement; Fellowships are for 12 months in duration, but
applications for shorter periods will be considered; The fellowship period
begins on or after June 1 following the application deadline




Graduate students and undergraduate seniors with little or no previous
museum experience




Scholars who have received a master's or doctoral degree at least one
year before beginning the fellowship period and who intend to transform
their thesis or dissertation into a publication; There is no citizenship
requirement.; Graduate research and study are not eligible



Students enrolled or recently graduates from programs in the arts
Students enrolled as full time graduate students in programs in the arts;
Must be fluent in English, Spanish and Italian




Students enrolled or recently graduates from programs in the arts; Must
be US citizen and African American, Alaskan, Native American Indian,
Asian American, Hispanic or Pacific Islander; Preference to New York city
area residents




Students enrolled or recently graduates from programs in the arts




US citizens who hold a liberal arts degree and who are applying to, or
have been accepted into, a graduate accounting program that will enable
them to sit for the CPA examination; Students registered already in a
graduate accounting program are ineligible

Must be doctoral student conducting research in related field




An applicant must be either an Alaska Native original enrollee of Cook
Inlet Region, Inc. or a lineal descendant of an enrollee; Students
registered in a graduate or undergraduate degree program at a U.S.
college or university. Applicants should have a cumulative GPA of 3.7 or
greater.
Citizenship requirements unclear, contact office or check web page for
further questions
Full-time students enrolled in insurance or insurance-related fields of
study




Currently a full-time student in a graduate program that prepares students
for careers in state and local government finance; Baccalaureate degree
or its equivalent; Citizen or permanent resident of the United States or
Canada; Recommendation by your academic advisor or the dean of the
graduate program
Currently a full-time student in an undergraduate or graduate accounting
program preparing for a career in state and local government finance;
Undergraduate students must be in the process of completing at least
their junior year by the time the scholarship is awarded; Citizen or
permanent resident of the United States or Canada; Recommendation by
your academic advisor or the accounting program chair

Employed at least one year by a state, local government or other public
entity; Recommendation by your employer; Enrollment in an
undergraduate or graduate program in public administration, finance or
business dministration before funds are awarded; Citizen or permanent
resident of the United States or Canada

Belong to one of the following groups (as defined by the U.S. Census
Bureau): Black or African American, American Indian or Alaska Native,
Asian, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific islander, Hispanic or Latino.
Citizen or permanent resident of the United States or Canada;
Recommendation from your academic advisor

Baccalaureate degree or its equivalent; Citizen or permanent resident of
the United States or Canada; Recommendation from your academic
advisor or dean of the graduate program




Students in graduate degree programs, postdoctoral scholars, senior
scholars, and other professionals pursuing research projects; There is no
citizenship requirement for applicants; Recipients are expected to
participate in the seminars, lectures, and other public programs offered
during their residence
Doctoral candidates who have completed all coursework and who are
engaged in dissertation research that would benefit from use of the
Hagley research collections; There is no citizenship requirement for
applicants; Fellows are expected to participate in seminars and other
public programs held at Hagley; Fellows give a seminar at the end of their
residency and provide Hagley with a copy of their final dissertation
Candidate must be: a citizen of one of the Bank's member countries, a
student working towards an MA or a PhD in the appropriate fields,
proficient in at least one of the official Bank languages (English, Spanish,
Portuguese, French) preferably with a working knowledge of a second
one, and not older than 30 as of June 1 of the year they want to
participate
A national of a World Bank member country; under the age of 40; in good
health; of good character; an undergraduate degree with strong economic
content; a superior academic record; at least 2 years of recent
experience, preferably in a public agency or non-governmental
organization; Must plan on returning to home country after program

Full-time doctoral students who have completed the first year of graduate
studies at U.S. institutions; There is no citizenship requirement




Doctoral candidates (students who have passed the A exam) conducting
research on related topics are invited to apply for a dissertation grant as
well as to participate in the series of workshops; There is no citizenship
requirement for the grants




Most summer fellows are graduate students who are from U.S. colleges
and universities, range in age from 20 to 35 years, and are working on
graduate degrees in economics; Few foreign students are able to
participate unless they are accepted or enrolled in a U.S. university




U.S. citizens & permanent residents; Must be a Ph.D candidate or hold a
Ph.D




Doctoral candidates whose dissertations are no more than 50 percent
completed; Entrants must have a letter of support from their special
committee chair; See Web site for details of applying for this award



Students registered in a master's, doctoral, or law degree program at an
institution in the United States; Citizens of the U.S. and Canada
Citizens and permanent residents of the US; Students who will have
completed at least one year in a master's degree program in planning by
the start of the summer following the application deadline




Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S; Applicants should have
completed one year of graduate study and most coursework required for
a Master's degree and must have the support of a faculty advisor with an
academic interest in planning for hazard mitigation



Doctoral candidates who have completed all requirements for the degree
except for the dissertation; Women and minority students are encouraged
to apply




Doctoral students who are early in their degree program and who have
not completed all requirements except for the dissertation




Priority will be given to students who have completed all requirements for
the doctoral degree except the research and writing of the dissertation
US citizen or permanent alien; Students must be planning full-time,
uninterrupted study toward a Ph.D. degree at a U.S. university; Students
in their first or second year of graduate study in the physical, engineering,
computer, mathematical, or life sciences are eligible to apply for the
Computational Science Graduate Fellowship (CSGF); Exceptional senior
undergraduates who can meet all the requirements listed in this
application may also apply




First year master’s level students enrolled in full-time study with a
cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale or 4.4 on a 5.0 scale; Must
be attending university in the US
Enrollment in an established Ph.D. program at an academic institution;
working full-time towards degree; American citizen (or an American
resident, green card holder).
U.S. citizens and permanent residents who are doctoral students in their
first or second year of full-time study at a U.S. university




Doctoral students in their first or second year of full-time study at a U.S.
university and senior undergraduates planning to enter a doctoral degree
program; Citizens of the U.S.




Applicants should have completed all doctoral degree requirements
except the research, writing, and defense of a dissertation; This research
must focus on a topic relevant to filling key gaps in scientific knowledge,
especially those relevant to criminal justice policy or to the concerns of
criminal justice agencies and other agencies focusing on crime and
justice problems
NIJ provides funding to educational institutions, public agencies, nonprofit
. organizations, faith-based organizations, individuals, and profitmaking
organizations willing to waive profits and fees; Some solicitations have
special eligibility criteria, which are defined in the . solicitation; We do not
fund proposals primarily to purchase equipment, materials, or supplies, or
to provide training or direct services.




U.S. citizens who have completed at least a bachelor's degree; Grants
are generally for intensive summer language courses taught at U.S.
schools of higher education



Applicant must be an established D.C. resident for at least 15 months
immediately prior to applying for the SSIG; be enrolled or accepted for
enrollment in an eligible institution; be enrolled for a full academic year,
have substantial financial need, and be in good academic standing.

Applicants must be U.S. citizens. Masters degree required and doctoral or
ABD preferred; academic background in one of the fields taught; and at
least three favorable letters of recommendation from faculty or
professionals in the student’s field, including the student’s advisor;
Preferred: experience teaching or as a teaching assistant




U.S. citizens or permanent residents who are graduate students and
intent on teaching at the university level.




Open




Young men and women who have received a Bachelor's or advanced
degree in science, engineering or mathematics and are committed to
teaching high school science and/or mathematics in United States
schools
Korean-American graduate and undergraduate students who are
registered for full-time study; Awards are based on an evaluation of
applicant financial need, merit, and academic achievement

Applicants need not be citizens of the United States; however, they must
be candidates for the doctoral degree at a graduate school within the
United States; All applicants must document that they will have completed
all pre-dissertation requirements by June of the Fellowship year and must
provide a clear and specific plan for completing the dissertation within a
one or two-year time frame.



Individuals who are entering or continuing study in a doctoral degree
program at an accredited university in the US; An applicant must have a
CSU faculty sponsor; Preference is shown for applicants who are
interested in filling an instructional faculty position at a campus of
California State University. Applicants need not have attended CSU;
employment at CSU is not required
Students registered in graduate degree programs and advanced
undergraduates planning to enter such programs




Nomination by the chair or head of the academic department; Nominees
must have received the Ph.D. degree within the last 5 years and be within
5 years of the start of their first full-time tenure-track faculty position; The
awardee is expected to participate in ASHRAE meetings and to give a
presentation of research findings to the organization




Nomination by faculty advisor; The relevance of the research proposed by
the candidate and the ASHRAE involvement of the faculty advisor are
considerations for awarding the grant; Students nominated need not be
citizens or permanent residents of the U.S. A foreign resident faculty
advisor should be a member of an ASHRAE associate organization
U.S. citizens or permanent resident aliens of junior, senior, or graduate
standing who are full-time engineering or computer science students.




Must have a bachelor's degree no later than the summer following the
application deadline; For full-time first- or second-year grad students in
concrete design, materials, or construction.




Must be pursuing a degree full-time. Must be in a transportation-related
discipline, must conduct research in one or more transportation-related
fields and should plan to enter the transportation profession upon
completion of their studies. Non-US citizens must attach a copy of their I-
20 ID.




US citizens or permaent residents who are willing to morally commit to
make their skills available to the United States in time of national
emergency; College seniors wishing to pursue the Ph.D. degree in any of
the fields of particular interest to the Foundation, as well as graduate
students already in the process of doing so, may apply
There are no citizenship requirements; Students must be nominated by a
faculty member and should have completed at least one year of graduate
study; IBM encourages nominations of women and minorities




Applicants must be U.S. citizens, complete undergraduate studies by
Spring term and have a stated interest and career goal in the Simulation &
Training Systems Industry




Full-time continuing academic staff appointments (Teaching and
Research) with the rank of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor or
Professor at an academic institution; graduate students enrolled full-time
in an academic program in the approved fields



U.S. citizens and permanent residents who are pursuing or planning to
pursue a Ph.D. degree with research relevant to microelectronics at a
participating SRC university




Citizens of the U.S., Canada, & Mexico who hold a degree from an
institution with an ABET-accredited undergraduate program; Applicants
should desire to teach engineering upon graduation and they must have
been admitted into a doctoral program by the loan program deadline

Citizens of the U.S., Canada, & Mexico who are either graduate students
or entering their senior year of undergraduate studies




Must be citizens or nationals of the U.S. Persons who hold permanent
resident status are not eligible to apply. Intended for doctoral students at
or near the beginning of their graduate study; Applications are
encouraged from women, persons with disabilities, and members of
ethnic and racial minority groups
Must be a current AISES member; Full-time undergraduate or graduate
student at an accredited four year college/university, or a full-time student
at a two year college enrolled in a program leading to an academic
degree; Must be a member of an American Indian tribe or otherwise
considered to be an American Indian by the tribe with which affiliation is
claimed or is at least 1/4 American Indian blood or is at least 1/4 Alaskan
Native or considered to be an Alaskan Native by an Alaskan Native group
by which affiliation is claimed; Minimum 2.0 GPA


Only ethnic minorities; Must apply to and be accepted in a recognized
program supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation; Scholars are
selected based on their application, faculty recommendation, appropriate
field of study, and financial need; Awards are made on a rolling basis




Researchers who have previously received a Research Grant as a PI or
Co-PI, a Postdoctoral Fellowship, a Research Fellowship, or an AERA
Fellowship through the AERA Grants Program are not eligible to apply for
a Research Grant; Research Grantees may not accept additional grant or
fellowship awards from another agency, foundation, institution or the like
for the same research project that is funded by the AERA Grants
Program; Research topics may cover a wide range of policy- or practice-
related issues




Enrolled member of federally recognized American Indian tribe or Alaskan
Native group, or possess one-fourth degree (federally recognized) Indian
blood; have financial need; pursuing master's or doctorate degree full-
time at accredited U.S. graduate school. $15 application fee by money
order only
Enrolled member of federally-recognized American Indian tribe or Alaskan
Native group, or possess one-fourth degree (federally-recognized) Indian
blood; pursuing masters or doctorate degree full-time at accredited U.S.
graduate school. $15 application fee by money order only
Graduate student with a minimum 2.7 GPA, must be a U.S. citizen or
permanent resident; Must be member of AISES; Non-Indians may apply.
See website for full details




Must be at least 1/4 American Indian/Alaskan Native or recognized as a
member by tribe; Must be a full-time graduate student taking at least 9
hours per semester and have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher; Must be
AISES member; See website for full details.

U.S. citizens from minority groups: Black, Native American, Pacific Island,
or of Hispanic ethnic origin; Applicants must hold a master's degree
and/or have worked at least 3 years in accounting practice; applicants
must be applying (or already accepted) for full-time study in a doctoral
degree program with a concentration in accounting; Preference is given to
applicants who are CPAs and active members of AICPA

U.S. citizens from minority groups: Black, Native American, Pacific Island,
or of Hispanic ethnic origin; Students are eligible if they hold an
undergraduate degree in accounting and are entering a master's program
in one of the above-listed fields; Also, students with any undergraduate
major are eligible when they are registering in a master's degree program
in accounting
African-American, Native American and Latino/a graduate students in
political science who are entering doctoral program in political science;
Must be U.S. citizens; Interest in teaching and research potential
important as well as financial need.
U.S. citizens or permanent residents who are members of an ethnic
minority group are strongly encouraged to apply; Applicants should be
enrolled full-time in a program leading to the PhD; This program is not
intended for students pursuing doctoral degrees with a primarily clinical
focus (e.g., MD or PsyD).
Citizens, non-citizen nationals, and permanent residents of the U.S.
Doctoral students in the early stages of their program and individuals who
have been accepted in a Ph.D. degree program in sociology are eligible;
An applicant must be a member of one of the following racial/ethnic
groups: Black/African American, Latino/a, American Indian, Alaskan
Native, Asian, or Pacific Islander




Women and members of under-represented minority groups who are
registered in master's degree programs; Citizens of the US; Applicants
should not expect to complete degree requirements before December 1
following the application deadline; Individuals who plan to begin graduate
study in the fall semester are encouraged to apply.
Doctorate students in the writing stage of dissertation research




Must be an Asian national and a scholar, specialist, artist, or graduate
student




Hong Kong scholars, specialists, artists, and graduate students; Some
fellowships are awarded to Chinese nationals; See web site for details on
current funding opportunities




Hispanic citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. who have been
accepted into a graduate degree program; Applicants must demonstrate
financial need as well as a history of community involvement

Intended for scholars who have completed all the requirements for the
Ph.D. or the M.F.A. except the dissertations; They should be US citizens
and have no more than five years of teaching or relevant experience
before holding a fellowship.



Open to students of Latino/Hispanic descent who are studying in the
United States, are currently enrolled in a degree-granting graduate
program or have graduated from a graduate program in the six months
prior to the start date or have evidence that they have been accepted into
a degree-granting graduate program within six months




U.S. Latina/o Ph.D. candidates who have completed all requirements but
dissertation; The Fellow will be expected to complete the dissertation
during the tenure of the fellowship and to participate in selected activities
with undergraduate students.
Native American scholars who have completed all Ph.D. requirements but
the dissertation




African-American scholars having completed all Ph.D. requirements but
the dissertation




Applicants must be from groups under-represented in the profession,
such as African-American, Latino/a, Asian, Pacific Islander, or Native
American students, or those who are physically challenged or openly gay
or lesbian; Applicants should have no more than six months of full-time
work experience in one of the fields listed
Individuals who hold a doctoral degree in a relevant field of study.
Applicants submit a proposal for independent research at ETS; Women
and minorities, especially, are encouraged to apply




For doctoral candidates of underrepresented groups who have completed
all requirements except their dissertation




Graduate students completing the dissertation; An applicant will need to
have completed and passed the following before the end of this academic
year: (1) all required courses; (2) qualifying oral and/or written exams; (3)
written at least one chapter of the dissertation (the chapter becomes part
of the application package)

Ph.D. or Th.D. students only who are either African American, Hispanic,
Native American, or Asian American Students
Many qualifying disciplines; Candidates for participation in these programs
are selected from the following under-represented minority groups.
•American Indian. •African American. •Latino. •Puerto Rican. •Other
Hispanic American. The applicant must be a U.S. citizen at time of
application. Students apply as early as their junior year; Individual
program requirements vary




Must be of Hellenic ancestry, must be affiliated with a U.S. university,
must be a graduate student.




Must be of Hellenic ancestry, must be affiliated with a U.S. university,
must be a graduate student, must be in a field relating to Hellenic Studies.




Applicants must be enrolled in a doctoral program in a relevant field and
must have their dissertation research proposal approved prior to applying
for the grant; Proposals are evaluated in terms of their potential
contribution to the field of study, the adequacy of the research design, and
the general academic excellence of the candidate; Projects drawing on
the Center's data are given priority and projects regarding racially or
ethnically diverse U.S. populations are encouraged
Be of Hispanic Heritage; Be a US citizen OR legal permanent resident
with a valid permanent resident card or passport stamped I-551; Have a
minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale (or the equivalent); Be
pursuing or plan to pursue your first undergraduate or graduate degree;
Must apply for federal financial aid using the Free Application for Federal
Student Aid (FAFSA)




Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. who are of Hispanic
heritage and registered full-time in a degree program; At the time of
application, students must have completed at least 12 undergraduate
units, with high academic achievement, at a U.S. institution




African-American, Hispanic-American, or Native American students
pursuing a M.A. degree and intent on working in international affairs; Must
be U.S. citizens studying at U.S. institutions




Candidates must be journalists, journalism school seniors or graduates
between 21 and 35 years old; Must be citizens of Canada, the United
States, a Caribbean or Latin American country; Students must have
completed their degree before starting scholarship and have command of
appropriate language (English, Spanish or Portuguese)
For Mexican students, either pre- or post-doc, who are under 35 years
old; A good command of written and spoken English is required;
Applicants' interests should correspond with ongoing research at IIASA as
described at the Web site: www.iiasa.ac.at




Candidates must have completed all course work and examinations
preliminary to the doctoral dissertation and be prepared to devote full time
for twelve months—with no teaching obligations—to research on their
dissertation projects or the writing of their dissertations. The John Hope
Franklin Fellow will also be expected to spend a minimum of three months
in Philadelphia, in residence at the APS Library with full encouragement to
conduct research at other libraries and archives in and around the city.
Attractive office space will be provided for the Fellow.
Applicants must be members of one of the following racial/ethnic groups:
Blacks/African Americans, Latinos/as (e.g., Mexican Americans, Puerto
Ricans, Cubans), American Indians or Alaskan Natives, and Asians (e.g.,
Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Southeast Asian), or Pacific Islanders (e.g.,
Hawaiian, Guamanian, Samoan, Filipino); Minority students sufficiently
advanced in their Ph.D. program to demonstrate their commitment to a
research career or in earlier stages in their graduate careers, but
accepted into a Ph.D. program in sociology at the time




Students entering graduate work at top-ranked universities in above listed
fields; The program seeks students who believe that their graduate school
education will prepare them to be missionaries to a particular marketplace
sector




Open to scholars working in the listed topics; There is no citizenship
requirement




An applicant may be either a prospective graduate student or a full-time
master's or doctoral student, at any point in his or her studies; Must be a
U.S. citizen; Under-represented minorities and women are strongly
encouraged to apply.
American citizens belonging to: American Indian, Black American,
Mexican American, Puerto Rican or other Hispanic Americans




Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents and have
completed all academic requirements except dissertation and should be
in the advanced stage of writing.;Preference is given to individuals
preparing for academic careers in Jewish studies or who demonstrate a
career commitment to Jewish scholarship

U.S. citizens who are registered in a doctoral degree program in one of
these fields




Must have arrived in the USA on or after July 1, 1996; Must be a former or
current NYANA client and a full time student attending fully accredited
graduate degree program




US citizens who are doctoral students and African-American, Puerto-
Rican-American, Mexican-American and Native-American
A New American is an individual who (1) is a resident alien; i.e., holds a
Green Card, or, (2) has been naturalized as a U.S. citizen, or (3) is the
child of two parents who are both naturalized citizens; Intended to support
individuals who will continue to regard the United States as their principal
residence and focus of national identity; must either have a bachelor's
degree or be in her/his final year of undergraduate study; must not be
older than thirty years of age




Graduate students and doctoral candidates working on
thesis/dissertation; Postdoctoral scholars; To cover travel costs, tape,
film, fees, ect.
Applicants must be American citizens or permanent resident aliens with
an alien registration card (I-151 or I-551); Enrolled full-time in a program
leading to the PhD; This program is not intended for students pursuing
doctoral degrees with a primarily clinical focus (e.g., MD or PsyD); Those
students identified as under-represented ethnic minorities in the
neurosciences are strongly encouraged to apply




An applicant must demonstrate a record of successful accomplishment in
some graduate educational program and/or through equivalent
experience, broadly related to a public service career; Applicants must
have completed a master's degree by the start of the fellowship



Bachelor's (or equivalent) in the humanities, social sciences or other
relevant disciplines; applicants must complete a brief application and
furnish a writing sample, photograph and nonrefundable $40 application
fee; Must have working knowledge of Hebrew




Latino/a citizens of the U.S. who are doctoral candidates, i.e. doctoral
students who have completed all requirements for the degree except for
the dissertation; Applicants should contact Smithsonian staff well ahead
of the deadline regarding their proposed research project



Native American scholars who are formally or informally related to a
Native American community




Individuals who are related, formally or informally, to a Native American
community; Full-time graduate and undergraduate students who wish to
pursue a short-term research or museum project related to Native
American studies, under supervision of Smithsonian Institution staff
Individuals who are related, formally or informally, to a Native American
community; Full-time graduate students who wish to pursue a short-term
research project under supervision of Smithsonian Institution staff




Graduate and senior undergraduate students who belong to an under-
represented minority




Students beginning graduate study and senior undergraduates from under-
represented minority groups; Applicants contact the Smithsonian program
of interest to them to propose a period of internship

All graduate students from such under- represented groups as African-
Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans and Asians who have completed
coursework and preliminary examination for the Ph.D



The fellowship will be awarded to graduate students enrolled in a social
science field relating to the African Diaspora at an accredited U.S. college
or university and will recognize cutting-edge, graduate-level research
which furthers the study of the African Diaspora
Must be graduate student in one of above programs; Those enrolled in
medical school programs exclusively are not eligible. Citizens or
noncitizen nationals of the U.S.A; Must be from ethnic/racial group that
has been determined to be underrepresented by the sponsoring graduate
school




The candidate must be advanced to candidacy and have completed all
requirements for the Ph.D. except the dissertation, at an accredited
university

Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S; Full-time graduate and
undergraduate students with high academic achievement; Applicants
must fall into one or more of the following minority classifications: African-
American, Asian, Pacific Islander, American Indian, Native Alaskan, or
Hispanic
Graduate or postdoctoral student conducting research in Jewish studies
in one of above areas or similar; Can only apply to one fellowship




Full time students; US citizen or permanent resident from following
groups: African Americans, Hispanic Americans or Native Americans

GPA of 3.5/ 4.0 or higher; Nomination by undergraduate institution; Unmet
financial need; First graduate degree pursued by student; Senior or recent
graduate of accredited US college or university




East and Southeast Asian artists, scholars, students, and specialists for
work in the US; Some fellowships are awarded to Americans for similar
work in Asia
Scholars, specialists, artists, and graduate students who are U.S. citizens
are eligible




Applicants must submit samples of their work. Standards of admission
are talent and need




Students registered currently or graduated recently from an established
school of art; Individuals who can demonstrate, through past work and
future plans, a commitment to make art a lifetime career are also eligible;
There is no citizenship requirement; Artists working in abstract and non-
representational art are not eligible
Doctoral students; Preference is given to students working in the
decorative arts who are under 40 years of age; There is no citizenship
requirement for the fellowship




Graduate students and senior scholars of demonstrated ability; There is
no citizenship requirement




Graduate students and individuals who have completed a graduate
degree program recently, preferably in the fine arts or costume




Residencies are awarded on the basis of artistic merit
Musicians of all nationalities--composers, performers, and musicologists--
who have demonstrated their capacity for musical achievement or
creative ability; Applicants are typically between 20 and 35 years old

Fellowships are intended for those who have held the Ph.D. for five years
or more or who possess an equivalent record of professional
accomplishment at the time of application; Fellowships are awarded
without regard to the age or nationality of applicants; Fellowships are for
full time research, and scholars are expected to reside in Washington
throughout their fellowship period.



Applicants in creative arts cannot be students in doctoral or master’s
programs at the time of application submission; Please note that artists
and writers need not have a PHD or an MFA to apply; however, they must
meet other specific eligibility requirements, listed on the web site; Cluster
proposals from three to five individuals, all of whom fit the criteria status
for individual applicants, will be accepted for review

An applicant must be a graduate student or an undergraduate who has
completed at least one year of study; There is no citizenship requirement
for applicants. Interns must have a reliable means of transportation, since
Wolf Trap facilities (at Vienna, Virginia) are not accessible by public
transit




Individuals registered in, or planning to begin, a graduate degree program
in one of the approved fields; Preference is given to applicants having at
least 2 years of employment experience in the surveying profession




Students registered full-time in a bachelor's (senior or junior year) or
graduate degree program in one of the approved fields of study
Applicant must be entering his or her first year of graduate study in the
fall; Must be U.S. citizen or permanent resident; AMS encourages
applications from women, minorities, and disabled students who are
traditionally underrepresented in the atmospheric and related oceanic
sciences




Must be US Citizens or permanent residents pursuing a doctoral degree.




Graduate students who are members of ASPRS and studying
photogrammetry and remote sensing




Graduate and undergraduate students who are active or student
members of ASPRS.




Graduate and undergraduate students enrolled full-time and who are
active or student members of ASPRS; The processing facilities
appropriate for conducting the proposed research must be available at the
student's educational institution; Award recipient must attend the
presentation ceremony at the annual meeting of the ASPRS.

Current graduate students who are members of ASPRS studying remote
sensing.




Current and entering graduate students studying photogrammetry and
remote sensing; Must be active or student members of ASPRS
Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident enrolled in doctoral program
and have completed the first year of grad program; Women and minorities
especially encouraged to apply




An applicant must hold GSA membership and be registered in a graduate
degree program in North or Central America; Women, minorities, and
persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply

Applicants must be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident, have
completed the equivalent to two years of college, have a cumulative GPA
of 3.0 or higher; be a member of a group that is historically
underrepresented in the atmospheric and related sciences




Entering and currently registered graduate students whose studies are
directed toward a career in exploration geophysics, either in operations,
teaching, or research; Grade point average and financial need are
considered; Eligibility requirements vary for the awards; Some of the
scholarships are available to students who are not U.S. citizens

Graduate students; applications from women and members of
underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged
Must be a full time grad student in North American institution of higher
learning and must have completed one year of graduate study; Must be
citizens or permanent residents of the United States or Canada;
Applications are also encouraged from junior faculty members with an
advanced degree in one of these fields.




Open - no citizenship restrictions.




Eligible applicants must be either doctoral students, scholars engaged in
postdoctoral research, or independent scholars with a Ph.D




Doctoral candidates who have completed their research and are ready to
begin writing




Graduate students and post-graduate scholars; An individual may receive
no more than 2 research grants in a five-year period

Students in their last year of undergraduate study (and individuals who
have received a bachelor's degree recently) at a U.S. or Canadian
institution; U.S. and Canadian citizens graduating from non-North
American institutions are also eligible; Applicants must have completed
one year's study of ancient or medieval Greek by the January following
the fellowship deadline; Applicants for the fellowship must be seeking
admission to a doctoral program in any area of Byzantine studies
Scholars who have completed at least one year of graduate study;
Fellows are expected to be able to communicate satisfactorily in English,
but there is no citizenship requirement for the award




Doctoral candidates (Ph.D. and comparable professional school degrees)
who have completed coursework and general examinations and who have
made significant progress on their dissertations; Also eligible are
individuals who have received such a degree recently; There is no
citizenship requirement



Students undertaking graduate study on the American Founding who plan
to pursue college- level teaching careers; Applicants must be U.S. citizens
or permanent residents; Preprofessional students (Medical or Law) are
ineligible

U.S. citizens or permanent residents engaged in graduate studies for the
purpose of teaching at the collegiate level in the liberal arts or social
sciences; Those attending preprofessional schools are ineligible

US citizens who agree to teach full time in a secondary school for no less
than one year for each full year of study under the fellowship and who
qualify for study toward one of the listed Master's degrees



Graduate students must have passed their prelims at the time of
application; Postdoctoral and independent researchers also eligible; Open
to American and foreign nationals




Doctoral candidates and academics desiring to conduct research at the
Leo Baeck Institute in New York
Doctoral students; Applicants must be nominated by faculty in their field of
study; There is no citizenship requirement




Doctoral students


U.S. citizens who are doctoral students or recent Ph.Ds




The fellowships, funded by a number of generous benefactors, are open
to both U.S. citizens and foreign nationals who are holders of the Ph.D. or
the equivalent, Ph.D. candidates who have passed their preliminary
examinations, and independent scholars; Applicants in any relevant field
of scholarship may apply; Candidates who live 75 or more miles from
Philadelphia will receive some preference




Prior to submitting a grant-in-aid proposal, applicants must contact the
Archives, LB Johnson Library to obtain information about material
available in the Library on the proposed research topic




U.S. citizens, those who have applied for first citizenship papers or
permanent resident aliens; Must be making normal progress in a degree
program at a recognized institution; Preference is usually given to
applications for travel funds for dissertation research, to topics most
closely related to Yorkist-era England, and to students demonstrating
financial need
Applicants must have completed at least one year in a graduate degree
program in the history of art




Admission to the program is competitive and open to graduate students,
college graduates of all ages, entry-level museum professionals, and
upper-level undergraduates in good standing; There is no citizenship
requirement




Open to applicants with demonstrated skills in research and writing; An
advanced degree in history, engineering, or related field is not a
requirement; Doctoral candidates are not considered for this fellowship,
normally; they should apply for the NASM Guggenheim Fellowship; There
is no citizenship requirement for applicants



Any student who has completed a work in the previous two years that is
relevant to the Huguenot movement in the form of a paper, thesis,
dissertation, article or book
Ph.D. holders and those nearing completion of their doctorate


Must be scholar who has recently submitted a PhD or expects to do so
before the commencement of the fellowship; No citizenship requirements




The Short-term Fellowships are specifically intended for scholars and
museum professionals who live abroad or at a distance from London




Specific training in African art or other aspects of African culture is
desirable, particularly in Education and Curatorial departments
Doctoral students, postdoctoral scholars, and individuals who have
completed advanced professional training; Fellows are expected to
participate in Lemelson Center activities and to make presentations on
their work to colleagues at the NMAH



Unmarried women 25 to 35 years of age who already hold the Ph.D. or
who have completed all Ph.D. requirements except for the dissertation;
Phi Beta Kappa membership is not required; Fellows are required to
spend the full fellowship year, beginning September 1, engaged in
research

Graduate and undergraduate students with appropriate coursework
backgrounds; There is no citizenship requirement for applicants




Doctoral students, postdoctoral scholars, historians, and librarians;
Applicants should describe in detail how the special collections of the
Smithsonian Institution Libraries will be used




Doctoral students, postdoctoral scholars, historians, and librarians;
Applicants should describe in detail how the collections of the Dibner
Library will be used
Ph.D. students




Ph.D. students (before admitted to candidacy).




Doctoral candidates (students who have passed the A exam) at U.S.
institutions conducting research on related topics are invited to apply for a
dissertation fellowship; There are no citizenship requirements and
applications from women and persons of color are especially encouraged;
Students must be enrolled in a doctoral program in the United States and
conducting research on this country, although proposals that identify
countries outside of the United States as cases for comparative inquiry
are also welcome
Graduate students and untenured faculty at American or Canadian
universities; Center specializes in Philadelphia history, but other areas will
be considered




Civilian citizens of the United States; Applicants must have completed by
September all requirements for the Ph.D., except for the dissertation;
Students holding or have held any other DOD fellowships are ineligible




Must be grad students or professionals in social sciences or humanities
conducting research for publication in numismatics related area.

Must have a BA.
Members of Kappa Omicron Nu, whether U.S. or foreign nationals, who
are studying in the U.S., registered for full-time study in doctoral degree
programs




Members of Kappa Omicron Nu, whether U.S. or foreign nationals, who
are studying in the U.S., registered for full-time study in master's degree
programs




Citizens, residents, and legal aliens of the U.S.A. and Canada; Applicants
must provide an official statement of tuition amount, enrollment, letter of
recommendation, and have a GPA of at least 2.5 (on a scale of 4)




Citizens, residents, and legal aliens of the U.S.A. and Canada; Applicants
must have a GPA of at least 2.5 (on a scale of 4) and submit a paper of
15 to 50 pages in length that has been or is being submitted to a
professor
Undergraduate students or masters students in good standing at
accredited U.S. institution.
Individuals must hold a recently conferred Ph.D., M.D., or equivalent
degree at the time of the award; There is no citizenship or residency
requirement




Candidates must be currently enrolled in an accredited doctoral program
at an accredited institution of higher education; Candidates must have
completed the preliminary examinations for the doctorate not later than
March 1 in order to be eligible to apply; See web site for full details




Doctoral or medical students, residents, house officers or enrolled fellows
or faculty members




Applicants must be from East European and Baltic countries including the
Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia, and
Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania who have completed the Ph.D; Preference
is given to scholars in the early stages of their careers; Forms and
information on the research application maybe be obtained from the AIYS
Resident Director in Sana'a, to whom the completed research permit
application must be submitted at least three months before the anticipated
arrival date.
For fellowships: U.S. scholars, doctoral students, and specialists in the
humanities; For other support: U.S. and Asian scholars




Japanese and U.S. citizens who are artists, scholars, or specialists;
Japanese fellows travel to the U.S. for research, observation, and creative
work; U.S. fellows travel to Japan
Taiwanese and U.S. artists, scholars, and specialists




PhD or ThD candidate in the United States in the writing stage of his/her
dissertation; Applicant must never have won another national grant or
fellowship in conjuction with completing her/her dissertation; Absolutely no
reapplication




Doctoral students who are working on a defended and approved
dissertation proposal




Citizens of the U.S. Doctoral candidates and postdoctoral scholars who
wish to conduct research of regional or trans-regional significance




Must be enrolled in a doctoral program in a graduate school in the United
States and have completed all doctoral requirements except the
dissertation; Must plan to do dissertation research primarily in original
source material in the holdings of archives, libraries, historical societies,
museums, related repositories, or a combination; No nationality
requirements
U.S. citizens who have an outstanding undergraduate record, are enrolled
in an accredited college or university of the United States and
demonstrate financial need; Further restrictions apply; Limit 3 applications
per institution
Fellows are selected from countries in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Latin
America, and Russia, where the Ford Foundation maintains active
overseas programs; U.S. nationals are not eligible, although Fellows may
study in the United States; Once selected, Fellows may enroll in an
appropriate university program anywhere in the world, including their
country of residence;




Must be currently enrolled in a doctoral program at a U.S. institution and
must have completed all pre-disssertation requirements by the application
deadline



Students must be currently enrolled in a graduate program leading to an
advanced degree in a field relevant to the internship(s) for which they are
applying or have recently completed a relevant graduate degree; No
citizenship requirements



Scholars whose doctoral degrees in art history have been or will be
officially conferred no earlier than 1998 and no later than 2004; No
citizenship requirements; Check website for yearly changes in dates
regarding eligibility

Applications are welcome from scholars of all nationalities; Predoctoral
fellowship applicants must have advanced to candidacy and expect to
complete their dissertations during the fellowship period; See Web site for
yearly changes in eligibility.
US citizens or permanent residents; Eligibility is limited to individuals who,
as Javits fellows, will be eligible to receive any grant, loan, or work
assistance pursuant to Section 484 of the Higher Education Act of 1965,
as amended; Students who have already received a Javits fellowship in
previous years are not eligible; Twenty percent of the fellowships shall be
awarded in the social sciences, twenty percent in the arts, and sixty
percent in the humanities




Students entering the terminal year of a Ph.D. degree program. Special
consideration is given to doctoral candidates--students who have passed
the examination for admission to candidacy; There is no citizenship
requirement in the case of students already studying in the US; For the
fellowship year, fellows must undertake study in the US

Grants are made only for unpublished works by writers who have not yet
published a book or whose writing is not regularly appearing in nationally
circulated commercial or literary magazines; Grant recipients are not
required to be United States citizens but only works in English will be
read, and awards are made only in U.S. dollars; Applicants must be
nominated by a writing program faculty member, a sponsoring writer,
agent, or editor.
Scholars, researchers, and artists who are qualified to propose and
implement a project in a field of Jewish specialization; There is no
citizenship requirement




Scholars, researchers, and artists who are qualified to propose and
implement a project in a field of Jewish specialization; There is no
citizenship requirement




Registered graduate and undergraduate students; Fellows conduct a
primary-source research project on a topic related to New York City in the
early nineteenth century; assist with educational programs; conduct tours
of the museum; and assist with general operations



Scholars, who hold the PhD or have completed all requirements except
the dissertation, researching in any field appropriate to the Newberry's
collections; Must be from outside the Chicago area
Recent college graduates and graduate students are eligible




Applicants must be pursuing a graduate degree at an accredited College
or University that holds institutional membership in The Manuscript
Society and be formally sponsored by that institutional member

Students registered in doctoral programs whose dissertation research
requires substantial research outside of the U.S.; The applicant's
educational institution must be in the U.S., but the applicant may be of any
nationality




varied




Priority will be given to those whose work fall with in the scope of one of
the Institute current Research Themes: Life writing, Testimony and Self
Construction Institutions and Oppositions of Enlightenment, the
Humanities in the Twenty-First Century Univ; Candidates normally hold a
doctorate; Fellows are expected to be resident in Edinburgh throughout
the tenure of their Fellowship and to play a full part in the activities of the
Institute; No regular teaching is required but Fellows usually give at least
one seminar on their current research work
Humanities Ph.D. students who have created public scholarship
internships, engaging their scholarship in a context outside of college
teaching and research; While the range of internship possibilities is
unlimited, successful applicants demonstrate a strong relationship
between their proposed internships and their fields of study




Applicants must be Canadian Citizens or Landed Immigrants, be Alberta
residents, and be enrolled or planning to enroll full-time in a graduate
program at an institution outside of Alberta; At the doctoral level, students
must have completed at least one full year of graduate study or a master's
degree
U.S. citizens under 35 years of age who have completed at least a
bachelor's degree prior to commencement of the scholarship period




The fellowship program aims to - but is not limited to - serve postgraduate
students, including individuals enrolled in Ph.D. programs, who are in
relatively early stages of their careers; Knowledge of the German
language is not a prerequisite



The fellowship is intended for PhD candidates and recent PhD recipients
interested in German economic, political, or historical topics and provides
funding for up to 28 days of research in Germany
Must be a doctoral candidate at a U.S. college or university; Must
establish formal affiliation with an Indian university and work under an
Indian research supervisor; Awards are available for up to eleven months;
Fellowships for six months or more may include limited coverage for
dependents if funds are available




Applicants must be U.S. citizen, national or permanent resident;
Applicants can be in an undergraduate or graduate level academic
program, or be faculty; Students must have a minimum B average;
Successful applicants will perform at the high-intermediate level on a
proficiency-based admissions examination.




Advanced graduate students engaged in excavation at the site of
Aprodisias or research material from that site are eligible to apply




Doctoral candidates working on dissertations and scholars holding a
Ph.D. or equivalent degree




Scholars with a Ph.D. and doctoral students; There is no citizenship
requirement for applicants




Doctoral candidates working on their dissertation and postdoctoral
scholars with well-defined projects that can be completed during the
academic year of the fellowship




Doctoral candidates working on their dissertation and postdoctoral
scholars; There is no citizenship requirement; Applicants submit a project
proposal and other materials.
Doctoral candidates working on their dissertation and postdoctoral
scholars; There is no citizenship requirement; Applicants submit a project
proposal and other materials.




Students registered for graduate degrees at North American institutions;
An outline of the proposed project should be sent to the contact name
given below

Ph.D. candidates or postdocs. U.S. citizens or foreign nationals who have
been U.S residents for at least three years prior to deadline; Must have
competed professional training; Ph.D. is not required




Graduate students in advanced degree programs in U.S. and Canadian
schools; Applicants are expected to have reading proficiency in French
and German, as well as in ancient Greek and Latin; Applicants for
fellowships must also apply for admission to the school, which includes
taking qualifying examinations; Consult Web site for details

Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. as well as foreign nationals
registered in U.S. schools; Applicants must be doctoral candidates, i.e.
students who have completed all degree requirements preliminary to the
dissertation, in one of the above fields

Citizens of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. Contact the
appropriate cooperating organization for further details: Denmark-America
Foundation www.daf-fulb.dk; League of Finnish-American Societies
www.sayl.fi; Icelandic-American Society www.iceam.is; Norway-America
Association www.noram.no; Sweden-America Foundation
www.sweamfo.se.
Citizens and permanent residents of the US; Applicants should have
language proficiency for the country in which they wish to study; For
grants, post-baccalaureate scholars and professionals are given
preference; for fellowships, doctoral students are preferred.
Must be U.S. citizen; Preference given to those who have completed all
the requirements for the Ph.D. except the dissertation at the time of
application or have received Ph.D. within last 5 years; Preference also
given to projects of at least a half-year's duration

Must have completed all the requirements for the PhD except the
dissertation at the time of application.
Citizens and permanent residents of the US; Senior and postdoctoral
scholars; The fellow teaches one course per term to students at the
University of Calgary

Must be nominated by the Dean of the Graduate School; U.S. citizens,
under 30, with a Masters or equivalent or who are working toward a Ph.D.
or equivalent, preferably with a speaking and reading knowledge of Dutch,
French, or German; Must be in residence in Belgium for at least 6 months

Must be a Ph.D. candidate in an accredited U.S. program and must also
be nominated by graduate department




Must be graduate student or postdoctoral scholar and have clear need to
work in Greece; Must also be Canadian citizen or landed immigrant;
Previous experience in Greece and some knowledge of modern Greek is
an asset; must be willing to work in CAIA office for ten hours per week

Citizens and permanent residents of the US; Full-time doctoral students at
accredited U.S. and Canadian colleges and universities whose
dissertations are related in substantial part to the study of Canada;
Candidates should have completed all doctoral requirements except the
dissertation, at the time of fellowship application




Citizens and permanent residents of the US; Recent recipients of the
Ph.D. degree as well as full-time faculty members at 4-year schools
Applicants must have Russian language proficiency and have U.S.
citizenship; In addition, all applicants must be 25-35 years old




Foreign faculty and advanced graduate students who are self-directed,
have relevant teaching experience and an in-depth knowledge of their
discipline and are in good health; Open to citizens of all nations who have
trained in Western methods in the social sciences and are fully fluent in
written and spoken English; Must not have held a permanent position at
their home university for more than three years prior to applying




Faculty and advanced graduate students who are self-directed, have
relevant teaching experience and an in-depth knowledge of their discipline
and are in good health; Open to citizens of all nations who have trained in
Western methods in the social sciences and are fully fluent in written and
spoken English




U.S. or Canadian citizens or permanent residents enrolled in a doctoral
program; must have completed 2 years of full-time graduate study (or
equivalent) prior to the beginning date of their proposed research; The
award is not for students in advanced stages of dissertation research or
whose prospectuses have received formal approval

Citizens of the U.S. and Germany. Graduate students, postdoctoral
scholars, and established scholars are eligible to apply; German
applicants should be eligible for a J-1 visa; Fellows are expected to
produce a short publication, along the lines of a working paper or report




U.S. and Canadian citizens; Other foreign nationals may be eligible--
consult DAAD Web site; Full-time graduate students; Applicants should
have completed three semesters of college-level German or have an
equivalent level of language proficiency; Preference is given to applicants
under 32 years of age
Applicants from the U.S. and Canada must be endorsed by the Director of
the ESRC-supported centre, programme, group or network with which
they are interested in collaborating; Applicants from the U.S. and Canada
should have received a PhD in one of the social sciences (including
history) by the time the proposed visiting fellowship would start; They
should have been based in the U.S. for at least two years before the
application deadline




An applicant must be a U.S. citizen or be registered with a U.S. university
or a U.S. National Laboratory; Both current doctoral candidates and
scholars who have received the Ph.D. degree within the past five years
are eligible; An applicant must be accepted by a French research
institution to be eligible for the fellowship



Candidates must be U.S. citizens under 35 and hold a Bachelor's or
Master's degree; Fellowship recipients cannot have other Belgian sources
of income




Citizens of the U.S. who are between 21 and 29 years old, with evidence
of artistic or musical accomplishment; The project of graduate study in
Paris must be approved by the Foundation; Applicants should contact
potential teachers or schools in advance of arrival; Not for dance, theater,
or research in art history, musicology or composition.
Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. who have earned a
bachelor's or comparable degree before fellowship begins; Preference is
given to upper-level graduate students




U.S. citizens at the time of application (permanent residents are not
eligible); Hold a B.A. degree or the equivalent before the start of the grant;
Applicants who have not earned a B.A. degree or the equivalent, but who
have extensive professional study and/or experience in fields in which
they wish to pursue a project, may be considered; Good health; Have
sufficient proficiency in the written and spoken language of the host
country




U.S. citizens holding a bachelor's degree; Applicants are expected to be
in good health, to be proficient in the language of the intended host
country, and to be able to complete the proposed project during the grant
period; Grants are awarded to the "best qualified students," but
preference is given to applicants who have received the bachelor's degree
recently. Individuals holding the Ph.D. degree are ineligible
Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. who have passed the A
exam admitting them to Ph.D. candidacy and who plan on a teaching
career in the U.S. upon graduation; Applicants should possess adequate
skill in the language(s) appropriate for their dissertation research abroad




Citizens of the U.S. who hold a degree in landscape architecture from an
accredited program; The fellowship is intended to support individuals early
in their career




Citizens of the U.S. who have received a B.A. or B.S. degree recently;
Preference is given to applicants under 26 years of age, due to the age
limit on student travel vouchers in Great Britain, finalists are required to
attend an interview at their own expense




Applicants must hold the Ph.D. degree; There is no citizenship
requirement; Preference is given to scholars in the early stages of their
career; Residence in Florence is required for the greater part of the
academic year, beginning in September



Candidates must have completed their undergraduate degree and have a
minimum GPA of 3.8 or equivalent; Any candidate for an M.A. Program
may apply and those selected will be eligible for a two-year fellowship,
conditional on maintenance of academic performance; Candidates for any
other graduate program and students with any previous graduate studies
attendance at the Rothberg International School are not eligible to apply
for the Graduate Merit Fellowship
Applicant must: Be foreign national(includes stateless person, foreign
national currently residing in Japan); Be presently enrolled in a doctoral
degree program, hold a Doctorate, or its equivalent as recognized by the
University Have sufficient fluency in either Japanese or English; Be no
more than 39 years of age as of April 1, 2007 Not have been a previous
recipent of this fellowship
Graduate students in the social sciences or humanities who are in the
process of preparing a thesis or dissertation on Canada; must receive a
letter of support from a faculty member at a Canadian university; must be
nominated by student's national Canadian studies association

Post docs in the social sciences or humanities who are in the field of
Canadian studies; Must not be employed in a full time university teaching
position; Must not agree to honorarium or salary as part of internship;
Length of stay 1 to 3 months

Graduate students in the social sciences or humanities who are in the
field of Canadian studies examining Canada's capital specifically; must be
submitted in one of Canada's two official languages; must be willing to
spend 3 weeks in Canada; and must be willing to participate in
conference on the topic at Carleton University.

Financial support will include accommodation expenses in Fiesole, tuition
and fees for the School, and up to $1500 in travel expenses




By the time of the fellows' arrival, must have served at least two and not
more than four years as assistant professors in institutions of higher
learning in the US or Canada
Applicants must be citizens of a Sub-Saharan African country (see web
site for full details), 45 years of age or younger, holders of at minimum an
MA degree or equivalent, and at the beginning of their research career




Graduate students, with preference given to applicants who have
completed the first year of study in a doctoral degree program; Applicants
from countries that have an IIASA National Member Organization, and
from countries that do not, are encouraged to apply for participation in the
program; An applicant's interests should correspond with ongoing
research at IIASA as described in the project descriptions at the Web site
www.iiasa.ac.at




Must be US citizen or permanent resident for at least three years; Must
hold a Ph.D. or other terminal degree, or be enrolled in a masters or
doctoral program (the latter two for Fellowships in Policy Research and
Development only)
Must be citizen of the U.S. and PhD candidate or postdoctoral researcher
at university; Must have good command of local language




Must be citizen of Mongolia; Must have good command of English
language; Usually applicants have an affiliation with a NGO, university,
Think Tank, or research institution; Also normally are Phd candidates and
have five years of professional experience
U.S. citizens or permanent residents, PhD or equivalent terminal degree
at time of application




The emphasis of the awards is on graduate thesis (Masters and
Doctoral), but outstanding undergraduate theses will be considered in
exceptional cases




Doctoral candidates who have completed all requirements except
dissertation and who has the necessary Japanese language skills to
undertake research in Japan; Individuals must hold nationality (or
permanent residency) in countries that have diplomatic|relations with
Japan
Doctor’s degree in a scientific, technological, engineering, or medical field
(or equivalent); Have recieved PhD in last 6 years; Have sufficent
language abilities to pursue research in Japan (Japanese preferred, but
English usually sufficient); Prepared to commit to six-month to two year
(long term) or one to three month (short-term) fellowship




Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. who have been awarded the
Ph.D. degree within the last ten years; Applicants arrange a research plan
with a Japanese host, then apply through the National Science
Foundation (NSF), National Institutes of Health (NIH), or Social Science
Research Council (SSRC); At the same time, eligible Japanese
institutions apply to JSPS to host U.S. research fellows

Scholars who have been awarded the Ph.D. degree within the last 6
years; To apply, U.S. scholars arrange a research plan with a Japanese
host, then apply through the National Science Foundation (NSF), National
Institutes of Health (NIH), or Social Science Research Council (SSRC); At
the same time, eligible Japanese institutions apply to JSPS to host foreign
research fellows

Applicants must be US citizens, enrolled, in good standing, in a graduate
program at an accredited higher education institution in the US; The
fellowship is for teaching/research master's or doctoral degrees only,
professional degrees not acceptable; Recipients must plan to teach in the
US after completing their degree, either at the secondary or higher
education levels
Applicants who have advanced to doctoral candidacy are given
preference; No citizenship requirements (30-40 fellowships are awarded)


Applicants must be (1) citizens or permanent residents of the U.S. and (2)
full-time graduate students at a U.S. institution; Applicants should have
Polish language ability commensurate with their proposed research
project



Polish citizens residing permanently in Poland; Preference is given to
applicants who will have received the M.A. or M.S. degree prior to the
award period; Applicants must have a high level of English language
proficiency; Applicants are responsible to make arrangements with the
U.S. institution of their choice
Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. who are of Polish descent or
whose primary academic interests are related to Poland; Applicants must
be full-time graduate students in U.S. institutions and must have at least a
3.0 GPA

Intended for students in a doctoral program abroad who wish to use
library and research facilities in Israel; Prospective candidates must
establish contact with the relevant Faculty or Department at the Hebrew
University, and ensure that there is a Faculty member willing to sponsor
the application; The Hebrew University does not offer Fellowships to
students studying|for a Masters Degree Program
Intended for researchers who have recently received their PhD; The
starting date of the visit should not be later than three years after receipt
of the Doctoral Degree; Prospective candidates must establish contact
with the relevant Faculty or Department at the Hebrew University, and
ensure that there is a Faculty member willing to sponsor the application;
We will not be able to process an application without a sponsor

Intended for researchers who have recently received their PhD




Applicants should: not be older than 30; should be attending a recognized
University course; should have a basic knowledge of the Italian language




Individuals who have been admitted to a doctoral degree program at a
university in the U.S., and who have submitted a dissertation proposal in
the area of Greek or Roman art; The fellowship is awarded to the
applicant who is likely to profit most from utilizing the resources of the
Department of Greek and Roman Art at the MMA
Graduate students and Ph.D. scholars who are U.S. citizens; Fellows will
conduct their projects at one of Mexico-North's Mexican member
institutions; Prior to applying for a fellowship, each applicant should
establish contact with one or more faculty members, researchers or other
representatives of their host institution; See Web site for details

Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents, be enrolled at a
U.S. institution in a relevant Ph.D., M.D., or M.S. program of which at
least one year has been completed, and be pursuing studies in fields of
science or engineering which are supported by NSF, NIH or USDA;
Program dates for Japan: late June to late August; for Korea: mid-June to
early August.
Students under 35 years old with no commitment to any scholarship
donor, accepted to study at the Bachelor's, Master's or Doctoral level;
Applicants are assessed on the basis of academic records, employment
history and advisor recommendations



Citizens of the 12 qualifying countries; Applicants must be under the age
of 40 and in residence in one of the 12 countries at the time of application;
Applicants must have completed an undergraduate degree program and
be proficient in spoken and written English; For complete eligibility
requirements, consult the Web site; Fellows are expected to return to
their home countries upon completion of their degree program




Citizens of the countries listed above; Applicants must be under the age
of 40 at the time of application; Applicants must be entering a doctoral
degree program and be proficient in the language used at the school;
Only those students who have already been awarded partial or full tuition
or other types of financial aid may apply




Candidates must be U.S. citizens under the age of 40 who can certify
their career does or will involve active use of the French language; They
must have earned a Baccalaureate degree from an accredited four-year
institution, and a 3.0 minimum GPA in French language and literature as
a major; They must demonstrate superior competence in French,
according to the standards established by the American Association of
Teachers of French
U.S. citizens who have completed a graduate degree program or who
have worked at least 2 years in one of the above fields; German language
proficiency is desirable, but the Foundation can provide language training
if needed; Fellows are usually 23 to 34 years of age




An applicant, normally, must have completed at least two years of
undergraduate course work and must be a citizen of a country in which
there is a Rotary club; Applicants should be proficient in the language of
the intended host country; they are expected to be outstanding
ambassadors of goodwill to the people of the host country
Must be a U.S. citizen and be receiving a bachelor's degree; Must reside
(or attend school) within 250 miles of New York State; Individuals who
have never studied in the United Kingdom are preferred; The applicant
must be endorsed by the President of his or her undergraduate institution

Bachlor's, Master's and doctoral theses from all disciplines are accepted;
Papers completed and submitted between 1 January 2005 and 31
December 2006; Entry is only possible with the support of the supervising
professor criteria for evaluation: innovation potential, relation to reality,
benefit for environment and society, theory, economic aspects, form of
presentation




Graduate students proposing a research project, either exploratory or
complete in itself, in Panama under the supervision of the STRI staff;
Awards are sometimes made to undergraduates and postdoctoral
scholars




Applicants must have received the Ph.D. or equivalent degree; Fellows
are expected to reside in the Republic of Panama and to base their study
at STRI research facilities, though a component of research in other
tropical nations also will be considered



Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident; Must have received Ph.D.




Full-time doctoral students registered at U.S. institutions; Applicants must
have a special committee-approved dissertation prospectus; There is no
citizenship requirement; 10 to 12 students are selected to participate in
the program each year.



US Citizens and permanent residents; Three fellowship option:
"Predissertation Training Fellowship"; Must in first or second year of
program. "Dissertation Fellowship" - must have completed all research;
"Postdoc Fellowships" - must have held the Ph.D. for no more than 3
years
Citizens and permanent residents of either US or Canada; Both postdoc
and PhD level students; For latter, must have completed all requirements
for the PhD except the dissertation; For postdoc, must have received
degree in past 2 years; Expected to produce monograph of research




Canadian citizens who have completed at least one previous degree at a
Canadian university




Students enrolled as full time graduate students in programs in the arts




Students enrolled as full time graduate students in programs in the arts




Ph.D. candidates who have made substantial progress in their
dissertations




Must have received Ph.D. or M.F.A. at least three years and no more than
ten years before application deadline
Citizens or permanent residents of the U.S.; should have the necessary
experience and education for fulfilling his/her project; Not to be used for
academic or degree programs




Junior scholars with promising research records as well as established
senior scholars are encouraged to apply; Canada and Canadian-U.S.
relations with a particular focus on energy and natural resources, trade
and economic policy, and provincial economic development;




US citizens; undergraduate GPA of 3.2/ 4.0 or higher; Winners are
expected to enroll in a two-year, full-time master's degree program in
either public policy, international affairs, or public administration, or in an
academic field such as business, economics, political science, sociology,
or foreign languages (U.S. graduate institutions only); Cumulative GPA of
3.2/ 4.0 must be maintained throughout participation in the program




Successful candidates must have completed all course work and
examinations toward their doctoral degrees except the dissertation, by the
time their fellowships begin; Applicants are from any country enrolled in
recognized programs in universities in the U.S.
U.S. citizens with a B.A. or B.S. (an M.A. is acceptable but no doctorate)
between the ages of 19 and 26 with excellent academic achievement




Full-time students of any age duirng the 20004-2005 academic year;
Applicants must submit clippings of 3-5 separate articles published
between July 1st and December 1st; Two of the articles must explore or
apply any classical liberal principles
Open to academic personnel and graduate students




U.S. citizens. Residents of New York State and residents of other states,
when registered for full-time study at a New York State institution;
Intended primarily for students registered in a full-time graduate degree
program and who have completed at least 2 semesters by the application
deadline; Individuals of exceptional ability who have received the
bachelor's degree recently are also eligible.

Graduate students aspiring to become foreign correspondents


Graduates or undergraduates in journalism programs in U.S. universities;
Members of the National Right to Work Committee are not eligible

An applicant must be registered in a doctoral degree program (Ph.D. or
Ed.D.) and must have completed at least one year of full time study in the
program before the internship summer; Women and minorities,
especially, are encouraged to apply
varied


Qualified applicants should be participating in a Ph.D. program that will
lead to a career in research; The position is designed for a doctoral
candidate whose dissertation topic and career goals are related to public
policy issues and thus to the major interest of PPIC; In particular, scholars
whose research will benefit from access to the data and consultation with
staff members of PPIC are encouraged to apply




Individuals whose doctoral dissertation was approved no more than 6
years prior to the application deadline and graduate students whose
research project has been approved; There are no age or citizenship
requirements




Doctoral candidates; Program primarily designed for U.S. citizens from
diverse backgrounds; All requirements but dissertation should be
completed by June 1
Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident with a bachelor's or master's
degree working on a Ph.D. at Cornell




Eligible applicants must be United States citizens, permanent residents,
or selected refugees approved by the Attorney General of the United
States; be legal residents of New York State for at least one year
immediately preceding the effective date of the award; and be enrolled in,
or be a candidate for admission to, a degree-bearing, licensure-qualifying
program in New York State; Further criteria apply, see web site for detaills

Mothers demonstrating talents in these fields; Must be winners of the
State Instrumental Competition, and member of American Mothers; Must
not have sales over $1000 in exhibit year; $20 application fee.



Citizens of the Western Hemisphere (North, Central and South American
and Caribbean nations) who were under 26 on December 31

Full-time students, either continuing or entering graduate study, in
appropriate fields; Awards are made on the basis of academic record,
plan of study, career goals, letters of recommendation, and extracurricular
activities
Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico who
are registered in doctoral degree programs; Applicants should expect to
complete degree requirements within two years of receiving the
fellowship.



Master's theses and doctoral dissertations that are relevant to the water
supply industry; There is no citizenship requirement. The manuscript must
reflect the work of a single author and be submitted during the
competition year in which it was submitted for the degree; The
competition year runs from October through the September just prior to
the application deadline
Graduate students registered in degree programs in schools located in
the U.S., Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, and Mexico; Master's degree
students should not complete degree requirements before August 1
following the application deadline; doctoral students should not complete
degree requirements before December 1




Graduate students registered in degree programs in schools located in
the U.S., Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, and Mexico; Applicants should not
expect to complete degree requirements prior to the May following the
application deadline.

Must be a U.S. citizen of at least twenty-one years of age currently
pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree




Registered students; No citizenship requirement




Legal residents of U.S. or Canada, tenable at any accredited university or
research laboratory, or in an active management program.;Not required to
be enrolled in graduate program

Students from developing countries and economies in transition who plan
to undertake studies at the Masters level or Post-Doctoral level; See web
site for complete list of students who are NOT eligible




Applicants must be citizens of the U.S.A., its territories or possessions or
permanent residents, enrolled in an accredited doctoral or master's
program, have a thesis advisor and advisory committee (if appropriate)
and must have a thesis research plan approved by the institution or
department; Successful applicants will be researching a topic relevant to
understanding and managing Long Island Sound and have a strong
interest in coastal environmental management
US citizen; Must have completed one semester of study in a certified
graduate program




Applicants must attend a fully accredited U.S. college or university
(located in the U.S. or its territories); Must be citizens of the United States
or its territories or possessions, or be lawfully admitted to the United
States for permanent residence




Senior undergraduate and graduate students who study habitat-related
issues that will benefit threatened or endangered bird species and lend
useful information for land management decisions



Open to Graduate Students wishing to study coastal wetlands (designated
as tidal or non-tidal wetlands found in coastal states including those of the
Great Lakes region).

Students who, at the time of application, are in a graduate or professional
degree program in a marine or aquatic-related field at a U.S. accredited
institution of higher education in the United States
Graduate and undergraduate students; Each potential fellow must be
sponsored by a primary advisor who will supervise research and attend at
least one meeting to review the progress of the research




Graduate students whose thesis research plan has been approved by the
special committee; A fellow's home institution is expected to be the
primary source for expenses required for the research and to cover any
indirect costs; The institution must provide a tuition waiver for the
fellowship year
Applications from qualified individuals and organizations are invited;
Travel requests to attend conference are discouraged




Researchers at educational institutions, non-profit organizations, and
governmental bodies; There are no geographic requirements regarding
the location of the applicant or his or her institution




This fellowship is intended to be the principal source of support for
graduate students in the final year of their dissertation research; The
fellowship will be reduced by the amount of any other financial assistance
other than tuition support; Financial assistance must be disclosed to RFF;
Fellowship candidates must have completed the preliminary examinations
for their doctorate not later than February 1 prior to the application
deadline; This requirement will be strictly enforced




Investigators from universities, colleges, and other not-for-profit
institutions in Vermont and New York State are eligible to apply for
funding through LCSG
Students registered in full-time graduate degree programs and who have
completed at least one semester of study by the proposed fellowship
starting date; There is no citizenship requirement; Applicants contact
research staff members to propose research plans




Applicants must be admitted to or enrolled in a full-time master's or
doctoral program at a U.S. accredited university in order to be eligible to
apply; Applicants should have completed a majority of their graduate
course work at the beginning of their fellowship and have an approved
thesis research program; Minority students are encouraged to apply; Must
work 15 hours per week at the reserve; Note: see list on web page for
individual offices and areas for contacts at the reserves




Any student, regardless of citizenship, who, on April 6, is in a graduate or
professional program in a marine or aquatic-related field at a United
States accredited institution of higher education




Master's or doctoral students enrolled fulltime at a U.S. college or
university; There is no citizenship requirement but the bulk of the research
must be conducted in the US




HEP has established an Evaluation Committee composed of partners with
knowledge, expertise, and experience sufficient to make a fair and
reasonable evaluation of the proposals; Factors that will be evaluated
include: experience and expertise of the project team, understanding of
the site, project design, and the team's approach to the work; One or
more awards will be made based on the most advantageous offer that
includes the best combination of technical ability, experience, cost, and
quality of the response
To be eligible for consideration, a project must 1) be located within the
Great Lakes watershed or 2) support the development or implementation
of local watershed management plans that address the water quality and
living resource needs in the Great Lakes
U.S. citizens who are undergraduate or graduate students or who have
completed a baccalaureate degree in one of the above fields




Undergraduate and graduate students; US citizens




Graduate students in the final year of their dissertation research;
Fellowship candidates must have completed the preliminary examinations
for the doctorate not later than February 1; Resources for the Future
particularly encourages women and members of minority groups to apply

Graduate students early in their academic program and undergraduates
who intend to pursue a career in environmental research or education;
There is no citizenship requirement for applicants




U.S. citizens or permanent residents; Students who have completed more
than one year in the master's program or four years in the doctoral
program are not eligible; Students enrolled in a master's program,
however, may apply for a doctoral fellowship
Doctoral students (of any nationality) registered in U.S. schools who have
completed most coursework and who can complete their dissertation
within 3 years; Some or all of the proposed research must take place in or
be specifically relevant to one or more national parks in the fellow's
country of citizenship




The competition is open to individuals who have completed their Ph.D.
within three years prior to the award date and are eligible to work in the
United States; The applications must include a letter of support from a
faculty member or researcher affiliated with an established research
institution who will serve as co-Principal Investigator for the proposed
research



Scholars and graduate students proposing short-term research projects in
Africa, Asia, and Latin America, including Mexico; (Only Native Americans
are eligible for research projects undertaken in North America); There is
no citizenship requirement

Policy -oriented predoctoral students conducting research in governance;
Candidates must be nominated by a graduate deportment


Full-time graduate or law students, professionals with five or more years
of experience who are pursuing part-time graduate studies, or college
faculty members who have an interest in the legislative policy-making
process; Applicants must be U.S. citizens

Theses and dissertations accepted during the academic year prior to the
deadline




Citizens of the U.S. Graduate students who have completed all
requirements for the Ph.D. degree except for the dissertation; Only
students at certain schools are eligible for the fellowship
Doctoral candidates whose research concerns U.S. environmental public
&/or environmental conflict resolution and who are entering their final year
of writing the dissertation; Must be U.S. citizens, U.S. nationals or
permanent residents, and their dissertation research must pertain to U.S.
environmental policy.




Individuals who have received a bachelor's degree; There is no
citizenship requirement; Applicants are expected to demonstrate an
excellent academic background and a strong interest in issues of peace
and security; Graduate study, a college major, course work, or substantial
independent reading that reflects the substantive focus of the fellowship is
advantageous; prior experience with public-interest activism or advocacy
is desirable




Graduate and undergraduate students as well as recent graduates




Students registered in graduate degree programs and individuals who
received a graduate degree recently; An applicant must be either a N.Y.
resident or be attending a N.Y. educational institution; There is no
citizenship requirement; Applicants are expected to have excellent
research skills and a strong interest in state government and the
legislative process
U.S. citizens; Residents of New York State and residents of other states,
when registered for full-time study at a New York State institution;
Individuals who are registered in a graduate degree program and who
have completed at least 2 semesters by the application deadline;
Individuals who are receiving an advanced degree within 30 days of the
deadline are also eligible
U.S. citizens; Residents of New York State and residents of other states,
when registered for full-time study at a New York State institution;
Individuals who are registered in a graduate degree program and who
have completed at least 2 semesters by the application deadline;
Individuals who are receiving an advanced degree within 30 days of the
deadline are also eligible
Post-baccalaureate; Applications from women, minorities, and Vietnam
era veterans and the disabled are encouraged




The Center invites predoctoral candidates, postdoctoral scholars,
scientists, engineers, or professionals who have demonstrated excellence
in their field to apply; The Center welcomes applications from military
officers or civilian members of the U.S. government, members of the
military or diplomatic services from other countries, and journalists
interested in international security issues; Applications from women and
minorities are encouraged
Individuals who have received an undergraduate degree recently; The
minimum fellowship period is four months; Demonstrated ability to handle
a fast-paced office environment is important




Candidates should hold at least one graduate degree and have had 2 or
more years of professional experience with a record of high achievement;
Appointment for the fellowship is subject to a successful security
background check



Individuals who have completed a bachelor's degree and who have a
strong interest in public policy and politics; Individuals holding an
advanced degree are encouraged to apply




Individuals with a demonstrated interest in public service who will have
been awarded an undergraduate degree by the August following the
application deadline; Applicants need not be California residents; Mid-
career and change-of-career professionals are welcome




Open to all university and 4-year college graduates; Individuals with
advanced degrees and in mid-career are encouraged to apply; It is
recommended that applicants possess knowledge of California
government and current issues important to the state; Must enroll in CSU,
Sacramento for 12 graduate credits
An applicant must either hold a 4-year bachelor's degree or be awarded
one by August in the year of application; Postgraduate and mid-career
applicants are welcome; California residency is not required




Only work completed or published in the previous academic year is
eligible.




Applicants must hold the Ph.D. or equivalent degree and must be less
than 40 years of age; There is no citizenship requirement. Humanities
scholars should have sufficient proficiency in German to conduct the
proposed research; Scholars in the sciences must provide proof of
sufficient English proficiency
Applicants must be under 35 years of age, have a doctoral degree, and
have publications in prestigious refereed journals




Citizens and permanent residents of the US; Doctoral student applicants
should be completing all degree requirements by August 1 following the
application deadline; Postdoctoral and junior faculty applicants should
have received the Ph.D., J.D., or equivalent degree within the previous
ten years

Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. who hold the Ph.D. or
equivalent degree; Applicants should demonstrate that available
resources in the U.S. have been utilized fully
Citizens and permanent residents of the US; Must have received Ph.D.
prior to the application deadline; Preference is given to scholars within the
first 7 years of obtaining degree; May or may not be affiliated with an
academic institution




U.S. citizen or permanent resident, Japanese citizen, or other national
who can demonstrate strong, long-term affiliations with the research
community of the U.S. or Japan; Must have received a Ph.D; Must be
affiliated with a host academic institution; Language training not
necessarily required




Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. who have received the
Ph.D. degree by the application deadline (see website for restrictions);
Applicants must have had a lapse of at least 3 years since the last
"supported research leave"
Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. who have received the
Ph.D. degree by the application deadline (see website for restrictions);
Applicants must have had a lapse of at least 3 years since the last
"supported research leave”




Must be a doctoral candidate who is a citizen or permanent resident of the
US




Citizens and permanent residents of the US; Applicants must have
received the Ph.D. degree by the application deadline




Must be a citizen or permanent resident of the U.S. who has received a
Ph.D. by the application deadline




US citizens; Applicants must be Ph.D. candidates whose dissertation
topic is in the history of the visual arts in the US; Applicants should have
completed all requirements for the Ph.D. except the dissertation before
beginning the fellowship year
Dissertation Grantees may not accept additional grant or fellowship
awards from another agency, foundation, institution or the like for the
same dissertation project that is funded by the AERA Grants Program;
Dissertation topics may cover a wide range of policy- or practice-related
issues




Political scientists must have received Ph.D. within last 15 years and be
interested in Congress and policy making; Journalists must have BA/BS,
and minimum of two years of full time experience in radio, newspaper,
magazine or TV - preference given to those with background in political
reporting but no D.C. experience.
U.S. citizens or permanent residents who are members of an ethnic
minority group are strongly encouraged to apply; Applicants should be
engaged full-time in postdoctoral training in neuroscience under the
guidance of an established, grant-funded research mentor or sponsor;
Recipients must have a Ph.D. or M.D., with appropriate research
experience in neuroscience or an applied discipline, such as cell or
molecular biology or immunology.
An applicant must be either a U.S. citizen or a member in good standing
at a U.S. or Canadian educational institution; Doctoral candidates and
postdoctoral scholars are eligible; Doctoral student applicants must have
fulfilled all requirements for the doctorate except for the dissertation; All
fellowship applicants are responsible for obtaining research permission
from the Turkish government; It takes 6 months or longer to obtain such
permission and applicants should plan accordingly

An applicant must be either a U.S. citizen or a registered doctoral student
in good standing at a U.S. or Canadian school; Applicants should have
completed all requirements for the Ph.D. degree except for the
dissertation; Fellowship applicants are responsible for obtaining research
permission from the Turkish government; It takes 6 months or longer to
obtain such permission and applicants should plan accordingly

Scholars who hold the PhD or who have completed their professional
training may apply; Applicants are expected to have an affiliation with
educational institutions in the United States or Canada and must be either
U.S. citizens or have resided in the U.S. for three years; Students must
apply for research permission to Turkish government, and it is
recommended that they do so six months in advance.
Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. and Canada; Doctoral
candidates who have completed all degree requirements except for the
dissertation and scholars who have received the Ph.D. degree within the
past 5 years; Applicants must be accepted for ASCSA membership in
order to be eligible to hold the fellowship.




Doctoral candidates writing their dissertations and scholars who have
received the Ph.D. degree recently. An applicant must be a student in, or
doctorate-recipient of, an institution in the U.S. or Israel.



Scholars who have received the Ph.D. degree recently from, and doctoral
candidates registered in, an institution in the U.S. or Canada; Fellows
must demonstrate their need to work at Gennadius, and are expected to
spend the full fellowship term in residence there.



Anyone who holds a terminal degree and has been a member of ASTR
for at least three years

Scholars who hold the Ph.D. or equivalent degree




Applications are invited from candidates interested in conducting
postdoctoral research at the Jacob Blaustein Institutes for Desert
Research (BIDR) during the year 2006, for a period of 1-2 years, in topics
related to the sustainable development of drylands; Fellowships are
limited to applicants that received their Ph.D. degree within the last four
years




Scholars who have received (or will receive) the Ph.D. degree between
January 2000 and July 2006; There is no citizenship requirement
Scholars who have received (or will receive) the Ph.D. degree
betweenJanuary 1, 2000 and July 1, 2006; There is no citizenship
requirement




Scholars who have been awarded the Ph.D. or M.F.A. no later than the
beginning of the fellowship year and within the past five years.




The effective date of degree award, or the completion of doctoral degree
requirements and dissertation, must lie in the period of July 1 to the
following June 30 of two years hence for the nominee selected; See
website for full details on nomination and application procedures

U.S. and Canadian citizens; Graduating seniors, graduate students, and
scholars who received the Ph.D. degree recently; A good knowledge of
the German language is required

U.S. and Canadian citizens; Must be either a doctoral candidate no more
than 32 years old or a scholar no more than 35 years old who received
the Ph.D. degree no more than two years prior to the application deadline;
The applicant's German language skills should be consistent with the
scope of the project
Persons who have held an MD or MD/PhD degree for fewer than eight
years; Both US citizens and foreign nationals; Must perform their research
at an institution in the United States, under the supervision of a scientific
advisor; Direct contact with patients is required; Candidates are
nominated by their department chairperson
Individuals who have been awarded a doctoral degree in a relevant field
of study within the last 10 years; Applicants submit a proposal for
independent research at ETS




Individuals who have completed a dissertation in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for a doctoral degree at any university in the world within the
2 years prior to the application deadline; There is no citizenship
requirement for the award, but the dissertation must be in English



Junior Fellows are scholars who, at the beginning of the fellowship year,
will be at least three years beyond receipt of the Ph.D., and normally no
more than ten; Post-Doctoral Fellows, who must have the Ph.D. in hand
before submission of their applications, are awarded to those who have
held the Ph.D. for no more than three years before applications for the
fellowships
Scholars who hold a Ph.D. degree in a field related to the African and
African-American experience; The fellow teaches two courses--one during
each semester of residence at Rochester




Postdoctoral scholars, senior scholars, and other professionals pursuing
individual research projects; Applicants must be from outside of Delaware
and preference is given to scholars whose travel costs to Hagley will be
greater. There is no citizenship requirement for applicants; Fellows are
expected to participate in the seminars, lectures, and other public
programs offered during their period of residence

Scholars who hold a doctorate, or other appropriate terminal degree, and
graduate students who expect to complete such a degree before the start
of the fellowship year; All fellows are expected to be able to communicate
satisfactorily in English, but there is no citizenship requirement for the
award
Graduate students who have fulfilled preliminary Ph.D. (or similar terminal
degree) requirements and who will be working on a dissertation or final
project under the supervision of a faculty member at their own university;
All fellows are expected to communicate satisfactorily in English, but there
is no citizenship requirement for the award




Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. who have been awarded the
Ph.D. degree in any of a number of fields; Applicants must belong to one
of the following groups: African-American, Hispanic, Native American, or
Pacific Islander. Applicants are asked to indicate the faculty member(s)
with whom they wish to be affiliated
Scholars who received the Ph.D. degree between July 1 of the year
before the application deadline and September 1 immediately prior to the
deadline; There is no citizenship requirement




Postdoctoral and independent researchers also eligible; Open to
American citizens or those who have lived in the U.S. for at least three
years prior to their application




Applicants must be scholars who have received a terminal advanced
degree within the past seven years, the degree must be formally awarded
by the deadline date; Applicants may be U.S. citizens or foreign nationals

An individual who has held the Ph.D. or M.D. for less than 5 years may be
nominated by his or her educational institution; The individual should not
have a faculty appointment at the time of application; There are no
citizenship requirements
Postdoctoral Associates -within 5 years of the doctorate; Senior
Associates -normally 5 years or more beyond the doctorate
Must have recieved PhD within five years of applying; Demonstrate
history of research experience in education; Proposed project must be a
research project; Non-U.S. applicants are welcome; No concurrent
funding for proposed project is permitted; Must take equivilent of one year
teaching leave during fellowship




Doctoral candidates (students who have completed coursework and
passed the A exam) and scholars who received the Ph.D. degree within
the past 7 years; There is no citizenship requirement; Fellows work full-
time in residence at the NASM for a period of 3 to 12 months



Fellowships are intended for those who have held the Ph.D. for five years
or more or who possess an equivalent record of professional
accomplishment at the time of application; Fellowships are awarded
without regard to the age or nationality of applicants; Scholars are
expected to reside in Washington throughout their fellowship period




Applicants must hold the Ph.D. or equivalent degree and have a record of
publication; Both junior and senior scholars are eligible to apply; There is
no citizenship requirement for the award




U.S. citizens who are eligible for a Department of Defense security
clearance. Applicants must have received the Ph.D., Sc.D., or other
recognized research doctoral degree within 7 years of the application
deadline; There is a special initiative to increase the number of women
fellows
All applicants must be U.S. citizens. Normally available for students with
Masters degrees and who show strong potential for academic success in
advanced graduate study; Should be already admitted to the doctoral
program for which proposed plan of study applies (does not have to be at
Old Dominion)




Applicants must have a doctorate or appropriate terminal degree at least
two years prior to appointment in the area of the proposed project; Only
scholars who have published at least one article or monograph are
eligible to apply; Cluster proposals from three to five individuals, all of
whom fit the criteria status for individual applicants, will be accepted for
review; Group letters of intent for cluster proposals have a deadline in
early May; See web site for details.
Applicants must have a doctorate or appropriate terminal degree at least
two years prior to appointment in the area of the proposed project; Only
scholars who have published at least one article or monograph are
eligible to apply; Cluster proposals from three to five individuals, all of
whom fit the criteria status for individual applicants, will be accepted for
review; Group letters of intent for cluster proposals have a deadline in
early May; See web site for details
Individuals who have received the Ph.D. or equivalent degree and who
wish to pursue independent research in residence at Rhodes University;
There are no citizenship or age requirements; An individual must be
nominated by the chair of an academic department or research institute;
Fellowships begin in the calendar year following the application deadline

Postdoctoral scholars and doctoral candidates who expect to receive the
Ph.D. degree prior to the fellowship period; There is no citizenship
requirement; Fellows are expected to have the ability to write and
converse fluently in English
Scholars who have been awarded the Ph.D. or equivalent degree within
the last seven years




Canadian citizens or permanent residents who have received Ph.D;
Subject to certain restrictions, awards are tenable at Canadian
universities or at recognized universities abroad; See Web site for more
details
No citizenship requirements. Scientists with demonstrated excellence,
postdoctoral fellows, mid-career professionals are eligible; Women and
minorities encouraged to apply




Must have received Ph.D. at least three years and no more than ten years
before application deadline

An applicant must be either a U.S. citizen, a permanent resident of the
U.S., or a non-citizen national who holds a Ph.D., M.D., D.D.S., D.M.D.,
Sc.D., Dr.P.H., D.Pharm., or equivalent degree from an accredited
institution; Women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities are
encouraged to apply; An individual holding student or temporary visa is
ineligible




Candidates must be at an early stage of their careers; A college degree is
expected generally, but most fellows either have received the Ph.D.
recently or are candidates for the Ph.D. and well along in the preparation
of their dissertations
Candidates who hold, or are in the final stages of obtaining, the Ph.D.,
M.D., or equivalent degree and are seeking beginning postdoctoral
training in basic biomedical research; US citizen planning to work in
laboratories either in the US, Canada, or abroad and also to foreign
nationals for research in laboratories in the US only; Fellowship training
will be obtained in an academic setting; The selection of a commercial or
industrial laboratory for the training experience is not acceptable

Varied




Eligible applicants must either (1) hold a PhD degree in a field of study
logically or functionally related to the proposed post doctoral activities, or
(2) expect to receive the PhD before activating the award; Applicants
must have a commitment from a U.S. institution that can provide
appropriate research facilities for the proposed training and research; See
web site for further eligibility details




Well-trained graduates from Pharm. D., M.D., and Ph.D. programs
beginning a Post Doctoral program who have a firm commitment from a
university in the U.S; Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident




Eligible applicants must either (1) hold a PhD degree or appropriate
terminal research doctorate in a field of study logically or functionally
related to the proposed post doctoral activities, or (2) expect to receive
the PhD before activating the award; They must also have a firm
commitment from an accredited U.S. industrial laboratory and/or U.S.
university and be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
Applicants are expected to have a doctorate or to have published work of
doctoral character and quality; Pre-doctoral graduate students are not
eligible, but the Society is particularly interested in supporting the work of
young scholars who have recently received their PhDs; American citizens
and residents of the United States may use their Franklin awards at home
or abroad; Foreign nationals must use their Franklin awards for research
in the United States; Applicants who have received Franklin grants may
reapply after an interval of two years




Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. who are registered for full-
time study in a doctoral degree program, or who will be registered in such
a program by the fall semester following the application deadline;
Individuals of African American, Alaskan Native, American Indian, Asian
American, Hispanic/Latino, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander ethnicity
especially are encouraged to apply.




U.S. citizens or permanent residents who are members of an ethnic
minority group are strongly encouraged to apply; Must be enrolled in a full-
time, APA approved doctoral program by the time the fellowship is
awarded.




U.S. citizens or permanent residents who are members of an ethnic
minority group are strongly encouraged to apply; They should
demonstrate a commitment to careers in psychology related to ethnic
minority mental health; Must be enrolled in a full-time, APA approved
doctoral program by the time the fellowship is awarded.



U.S. citizens or permanent residents who are members of an ethnic
minority group are strongly encouraged to apply; They should
demonstrate a commitment to substance abuse research related to ethnic
minorities; Must be enrolled in a full-time, APA approved doctoral program
by the time the fellowship is awarded.
First- and second-year graduate students and undergraduate juniors and
seniors who have a demonstrated interest in aging and ethnic minority
research




Applicants must be graduate students who have academically progressed
through the qualifying exams, typically after the 3rd or 4th year of doctoral
study; One nominee per institution will be accepted each year.




Must have completed a minimum of two years of academic and practicum
training in Clinical Psychology in a Ph.D. or Psy.D program; Elevation to
doctoral candidacy and completion of all academic requirements are
necessary; Also must have coursework in psycho diagnostic assessment
and psychotherapeutic interventions

Applicants must be American citizens or permanent resident aliens with
an alien registration card (I-151 or I-551); Strong commitment to a career
in ethnic minority mental health and substance abuse services;
Application essays, graduate school curriculum or training plan, practicum
and internship training experiences, and thesis and dissertation topics
developed; Enrolled full-time in an APA-accredited doctoral program;
Students specializing in clinical, counseling, school, or other programs
associated with the delivery of mental health services.




Doctoral candidates (students who have passed the A Exam); Applicants
must be nominated by the Dean of the Graduate School; The dissertation
topic need not be related directly to schizophrenia, because more basic
doctoral research problems may be valuable for developing scientific
skills; Favorable candidates will be those anticipating a career in
schizophrenia research
Must be nominated by graduate field of study; Nominees must pass the
Examination for Admission to Candidacy (A Exam) before the February
application deadline




Applicants must have completed their course work within the last five
years and provide evidence that they have been formally admitted to
candidacy for a Ph.D; Must have an outstanding academic record, strong
recommendations by faculty members, and a demonstrated interest in
and capability for policy- oriented research and the use of interdisciplinary
analysis




The iLiberty essay contest is open to all full time students OR anyone 25
years of age or younger (as of May 31, 2006)




Current college students, graduates, graduate students, and professional
students are eligible to apply. Ideal candidates will have a demonstrated
interest in public policy issues and in learning how a market-based
approach might help solve social and economic problems

Students enrolled in a master's or PhD program.




Applicants must be United States citizens, permanent residents, or, in the
case of applicants from American Samoa, a U.S. National; The fellowship
must be used for the final year of writing the dissertation; It is anticipated
that the doctoral degree will be received at the end of the fellowship year



Candidates must be an enrolled member of a recognized tribe; have a
minimum 3.0 GPA and have an interest in tribal government and policy;
be a U.S. citizen, a permanent resident, or, in the case of applicants from
American Samoa, a U.S. national. See Web site for details
U.S. citizenship; must not be a civilian employee of the Federal
Government; Applicants should be out of school and working in their
chosen profession; There are no formal age or educational requirements
although candidates called for interviews have tended to range from their
mid-twenties to their early forties
The fellowship program targets doctoral students engaged in dissertation
research, as well recent graduates interested in spending a postdoctoral
year at AEI; We also encourage recent law school and business school
graduates wishing to pursue public policy to apply

Citizens of the U.S. (Opportunities for non-citizens are extremely limited
and depend on the non-citizen becoming a citizen); Graduate students
from all academic disciplines who expect to complete an advanced
degree from a qualifying college or university by August 31 of the
academic year in which the competition is held, are eligible to become
Fellows



Applicants should be currently enrolled in graduate school (Masters or
PhD) Applicants with a second level university degree will not be
considered; Foreign applicants must have completed at least three years
of university education
Academic excellence, evidence of initiative and the ability to work
independently and demonstrated interest in public service; Preference
given to undergraduate planning majors or graduates who have not yet
begun graduate school




Applicants must be recent college graduates, no more than two years out
of college




Doctoral students who have completed coursework and the A Exam and
who are ready to begin their research; Applicants must have the approval
of their home institution to participate in the fellowship program; There is
no citizenship restriction; Applicants should contact directly SAO scientists
to discuss possible research topics
U.S. citizens who hold the Ph.D. degree in physics or a closely related
field and who have had some experience in applying science to the
solution of societal problems; Applicants are expected to have a strong
interest in science and technology policy; Membership in APS or another
AIP society is required.




Minority graduate students who are enrolled in a Ph.D. program and who
have completed their graduate course work in the microbiological
sciences; Must be members of the American Society for Microbiology
(ASM) and be mentored by an ASM member; US Citizens or permanent
residents only. Medical or veterinary degree holders not eligible; See web
site for full details on eligibility
Citizens and permanent residents of the US; Full-time graduate students
at U.S. universities who have completed all coursework requirements for
their degree; Mutual interest in an area of research by the student and the
Argonne staff sponsor is essential; Women and under-represented
minorities are encouraged to apply




Annual summer program to support basic research in Physical and Life
Sciences, and applied research in Coal Conservation, Environmental
Impact and Technology , Fission and Fusion Energy.

U.S. residents who are graduate students (or postdocs) and have
completed two years of a program in the natural or physical sciences or
one year in engineering, and who show promise of leadership in the field;
Nomination must be by a supervising mentor



Female students enrolled in a behavioral, life, physical, or social science
or engineering program leading to a Ph.D. degree may apply; Non-U.S.
citizens must be enrolled in a Ph.D. program at a university in the United
States; Previous applicants to this program may not reapply; Eligibility
criteria are subject to change
Continuing and beginning doctoral students as well as postdoctoral
scholars; Based on academic or professional performance, the relevance
of one's work to advancing environmental science, and the potential for
success; No citizenship requirement

Scholars who will have received the Ph.D. or equivalent degree by the
time of starting the fellowship; Applicants must have at least one first-
author publication either published or in-press at an international peer-
reviewed journal at the time of application

Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S. who are registered full-time
in Ph.D. degree programs in eligible fields of study; Students may apply at
any time in their graduate program




An applicant may be either a researcher in the late stages of predoctoral
training or a postdoctoral researcher; Preference is given to applicants no
more than 5 years past receiving the Ph.D. degree and to those without
prior research experience at MBL; This fellowship is not appropriate for
writing a doctoral dissertation; There is no citizenship requirement




Applicants must be from the previous pool of participants of IIASA's
Young Scientists Summer Program; Work must begin within 12 months
from the announcement of the award; Applicant's interests should
correspond with ongoing research at IIASA as described in the project
descriptions found at : http://www.amacad.org/projects/iiasa2.html.




No citizenship requirements; Must be Ph.D. student at U.S. or Canadian
institution
Must have a bachelor's degree (proof of degree required); Must be
admitted and in active status in a graduate program (proof of enrollment);
Must have proof of good academic standing from your college or
university




Graduate medical students or medical students involved in basic or
clinical research related to Myasthenia Gravis


U.S. citizens who are members of an under-represented minority group
(including ethnic minorities, women, and disabled persons) who are
registered in or entering a master's or doctoral degree program; Doctoral
students who have passed the A Exam are ineligible




Graduate and undergraduate students with an interest in NASM programs




Open to scholars with demonstrated skills in research and writing; An
advanced degree is not a requirement; There is no citizenship
requirement; Fellows are expected to work full-time, in residence at the
NASM in Washington, D.C
Citizens or nationals of the United States; Applications are encouraged
from women, persons with disabilities, and members of ethnic and racial
minority groups (including African American, American Indian and Alaska
Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander, and Hispanic or
Latino persons) that historically have been underrepresented in science
and engineering fields; Intended for students at or near the beginning of
their graduate studies in science or engineering




Applicants must have been registered as full-time students for all or part
of the prior 12 months, either as graduate or undergraduate students;
There are no citizenship or residency restrictions; Teams of up to 4
individuals may apply; Winners are required to attend the award
ceremony in September
Persons who already possess a doctoral degree (Ph.D., MD, JD, ED, etc.)
in any field are ineligible; May attend one of more than 100 NPSC-
member Ph.D. granting universities or colleges; If you aspire to a doctoral
degree and career in the physical sciences, biochemistry, computer
science, and related fields of science and engineering, you may be a
potential NPSC Fellow
Seniors and 1st year graduate students (must NOT have completed more
than 12 months of graduate studies) US citizens only




Applicants must be United States citizens or nationals, or permanent
resident aliens of the United States; Applicants must have completed no
more than twelve months of full-time graduate study at the time of their
application; Awarded for graduate study leading to research-based
master’s or doctoral degrees in the fields of science, technology,
engineering, and mathematics supported by the National Science
Foundation




U.S. citizens who are undergraduate or graduate students or who have
completed a baccalaureate degree in one of the above fields




Undergraduate and graduate students




Undergraduate and graduate students
Undergraduate and graduate students; US citizens and permanent
residents




Law students who have completed their first year, U.S. citizens and
permanent residents working at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, U.S.
citizens working at the Savannah River Site



Undergraduate and graduate students; US citizens




Eligible applicants must either (1) hold a PhD degree in a field of study
logically or functionally related to the proposed post doctoral activities, or
(2) expect to receive the PhD before activating the award; They must also
have a firm commitment from a U.S. industrial laboratory or an accredited
U.S. university and be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident; It is
anticipated that this research training will be accomplished by
multidisciplinary teams organized to address problems which span the
range of biological complexity rather than focus on the application of
single technologies




Post docs with Ph.D. in pharmacology from U.S. institution or individuals
expecting to receive such a degree before activating the fellowship;
Applicant must have a firm commitment from a university in the U.S; Must
be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S; Full-time, in-residence
Ph.D. candidates in U.S. schools of medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, and
veterinary medicine; Intended for advanced students engaged in
dissertation research; Fellows are expected to complete Ph.D.
requirements within two years of receiving the fellowship




Citizens and permanent residents of the U.S; Full-time, in-residence
Ph.D. candidates in U.S. schools of medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, or
schools of public health; Intended for advanced students who will have
completed the bulk of their pre-thesis requirements; The program is
designed to provide students with stipend support during thesis research;
Fellows are expected to complete Ph.D. requirements within two years of
receiving the fellowship
A candidate must be enrolled in a United States medical/dental school
and have finished at least one year of the school curriculum; Priority
consideration will be given to those candidates who project strong
commitments to careers in the field of clinical pharmacology; The
applicant must be sponsored by the pharmacology or clinical
pharmacology program in which the investigative project is to be
undertaken; Applications must be submitted by an accredited U.S. school,
and all applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents; See web
site for further details
Must be engaged in active research in either Alzheimer's or AIDS, must
be working towards a graduate degree
Applicants must have completed doctoral training by the time of entry into
the program, have significant research experience, clearly connect
research interests to substantive population health concerns, and be a
U.S. citizen or permanent resident

Students registered in a graduate degree program and who have
completed at least one full-time semester prior to the appointment period;
Doctoral candidates are not eligible, normally; Fellows must be fluent in
both written and spoken English
Doctoral candidates, i.e. doctoral students who, by the start of the
fellowship period, will have completed all degree requirements except for
the dissertation




Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents, and be doctoral
students who have passed the Examination for Admission to Candidacy
(A Exam) by the time of application




Candidates must have a clinical or research doctoral degree with no more
than 5 years elapsed since the last research training experience;
Members of minority groups, women, and persons with disabilities
areencouraged to apply; Candidates must be U.S. citizens or non-citizen
nationals, or permanent residents



Must be graduate or undergraduate student in one of the approved fields




Citizens of the U.S. who are registered full-time in graduate degree
programs at U.S. institutions; Applicants should not have completed more
than one year of graduate study at the time of starting the fellowship




U.S. citizens pursuing a Ph.D. with an undergraduate or graduate GPA of
3.3 or higher on a 4.0 scale; Fellowships are for students that will be
beginning their first or second year of a graduate program in Fall 2004;
You must have career and employment goals aligned with the mission
and objectives of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Individuals currently registered in a graduate degree program (or
intending to register in one); Interns work 40 hours per week in
Washington, D.C. either in the fall semester, spring semester, or in
summer; Applicants must be able to work creatively and independently
and to interact comfortably and professionally with other NPS staff
members
Individuals who will have received a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in a life or
physical science by the end of the academic year following the application
deadline; An applicant must be a member of a minority under-represented
in biomedical research: African-American, Hispanic American, Native
American, or Pacific Islander

Must be African-American; be enrolled full-time in a doctoral program in
the biomedical life or physical sciences; be within 1-3 years of completing
dissertation research; be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident




Must be actively enrolled in a degree program at a time the fellowship is
to be undertaken; It must be undertaken during a free period in the
student's year, e.g., during the summer




Applicants should have a PhD, MD, or JD, or other post-graduate degree;
Prior work in bioethics is not required; Ethics and Health Post-Doctoral
Fellows participate in weekly tutorial, the program's seminar series and
working groups, may take appropriate courses, and pursue own research
under the direction of a faculty mentor



Full-time, in-residence Ph.D. candidates enrolled in a U.S. school or
pharmacy; Intended for advanced students starting their thesis research;
Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Must have received a BS,
MS or Pharm.D. degree from a U.S. institution




Advanced graduate students are eligible to apply, but funding is not meant
to support dissertation research; Sociologists in academic settings,
research institutions, private and nonprofit organizations, and government
are also eligible
Graduate students finishing their PhDs must have a letter of
recomendation from their advisor speaking to their progress and
likelihood of meeting the requirement of PhD in hand before the fellowship
period begins; Each applicant should have a general idea about the area
of interest, some experience in client-driven work, good writing skills, and
a commitment to the policy process; The application should highlight the
link between one's sociological expertise and a current policy issue; Be
sure to specify the time span available to do the fellowship placement.




Varied grant opportunites




Applicants must be enrolled in a doctoral program in a relevant field and
must have their dissertation research proposal approved prior to applying
for the grant; Proposals are evaluated in terms of their potential
contribution to the field of study, the adequacy of the research design, and
the general academic excellence of the candidate; Projects drawing on
the Center's data are given priority
Graduate students and junior and senior undergraduates who are
registered for full-time study; Fellowships are awarded generally to
applicants studying in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K., but applications
from students in other countries are considered
Must be a resident or former resident of Hampden County,
Massachusetts


Applicants must have a moderate to profound hearing loss either since
birth or before acquiring language and must have a 60 dB or greater
hearing loss in the better ear in the speech frequencies of 500, 1000, and
2000 Hz; Applicants must use speech and residual hearing and/or speech-
reading (lip-reading) as their primary and preferred mode of
communication; Can be awarded twice, but must be applied for; it is not
automatically renewed
International applicants with expertise in Latin America, Asia or Europe;
Applicants need not be studying




Must be pursuing an MFA in one of applicable fields


Students who are presenting papers, as first author, at one of the annual
meetings; There is no citizenship requirement for applicants


Must be US citizen or permanent resident; Female doctoral candidates
completing dissertations or seeking funds for postdoctoral research leave
from accredited universities; Former recipients of these awards are not
eligible to apply for additional American Fellowships or publication grants




Women at least 25 years of age who are U.S. citizens and graduating
within 12-24 months from date of grants; Applicants must demonstrate
critical need for financial assistance; Ph.D. degree students are ineligible;
Must be registered in a degree program at an institution in the U.S.,
Puerto Rico or the U.S. Virgin Islands
Women U.S. citizens who are residents of New York State and who are
within two years of completing a graduate degree program at an
accredited New York State college or university



Hold at least a bachelor's degree or equivalent from a recognized
university; have been accepted into, or be currently enrolled in, her
proposed program and place of study for the academic year; be a
Canadian citizen or have held landed immigrant status for at least one
year
Open to feminist scholars, teachers, writers, and activists from the United
States and abroad




Women doctoral students; Proposals will be evaluated in terms of their
potential contribution to the relevant field of study, the adequacy of the
research design, the extent to which the project makes creative use of
Murray Center resources, and the general academic excellence of the
candidate



Must be a citizen of the U.S. , currently enrolled at an accredited
university or college, either full-time or part- time, demonstrate interest in
pursuing a career related to national security or defense, demonstrate
financial need, have a minimum grade point average of 3.25, and must be
a woman




Must be studying in a country not your own; Female doctoral candidate;
Both graduate and postgraduate work at accredited universities supported
Chapters and individual members of Iota Sigma Pi, chemists, and groups
of chemists nominate women chemists and biochemists who are no more
than 40 years of age (Nominees need not be members of the
organization)

Each academic department may nominate one woman for the award
(Nominees need not be members of the organization)




1. Must be a female national of a developing country enrolled in an
accredited educational institution in the U.S. 2. Must be interested in
issues that relate to women and/or children and be planning on returning
to her country within two years of the date on which the grant is made 3.
Must demonstrate financial need 4. Must not be related to a Word Bank
staff member or spouse




Women of Native American heritage; Candidates may be working in any
graduate or pre- professional field, but particularly in the humanities or
social sciences



Women possessing the Ph.D. who are U.S. citizens or permanent
residents




Must be U.S. citizen; must be graduate student in oceanography, marine
biology or maritime archaeology; Preference given to women and
minorities




Highly motivated individuals in their first or second year of graduate
training; A strong background in microeconomics, quantitative methods
and policy analysis is required in the Energy and Natural Resources and
Quality of the Environment divisions; Center for Risk Management seeks
outstanding policy analysis and writing skills; U.S. and foreign students
eligible; Women and minority students are strongly encouraged to apply
Women who intend to pursue a full-time course of study at accredited
institutions during the fellowship year in one of the designated degree
programs where women's participation traditionally has been low; Must be
US citizen or permanent resident




Women and under-represented minorities; Applicants must be US
citizens or green card holders, meet admissions requirements for
graduate study at participating universities and plan to pursue a Master's
degree in a microelectronics-relevant field

Provided to Ph.D. candidates at institutions in the United States who will
complete their dissertations during the fellowship year; The most
competitive applications include not only a clear, thorough, and
compelling description of the candidate’s work, but also evidence of an
enduring interest in and commitment to women’s issues and scholarship
on women




No citizenship requirements; By the time the fellowship grant is awarded,
have completed one year of aerospace-related graduate studies at a well-
recognized institution of higher education; See Web site for eligibility
details
Applicants must be women qualified for admission to full time graduate
study, working toward a graduate degree in the United States or Canada;
Citizens of the United States or Canada and doctoral students who have
completed course work are not eligible; Must have at least one year of
classwork remaining; Not for travel support, research support, training or
internships; Also may not hold AAUW grant at the same time
Matriculated students in graduate programs at all accredited colleges and
universities in New York State; Applicants must have completed 12
graduate credits before applying, with degree completion scheduled after
the fellowship; Candidates must have a demonstrated interest in studies,
research, employment or voluntary activities designed to improve the
status of women and underrepresented populations
           Stipend Award                Deadline

$5,000 per year, up to three years   Mid-March


$2,500                               Late March


$4,000                               Mid-January




$8,000                               Mid-January




$4,000                               Mid-January




$5,500                               Late December


$1,000 - $4,000.                     Late December




Up to $3,000                         Late January-
                                     Early February

$1,500                               Late January-
                                     Early February


$2,000                               Mid-January
Up to $5,000                              Late January




Stipend and research allowances for a     Late February-
period of 12 months in residence at       Early March
Washington, D.C.




$20,000 per year for up to 3 years of     Late March-Early
study                                     April




$15,000 per year for two years. Does not Late December
subsidize tuition, fees or cover the costs
of unnecessary or unreasonable
equipment purchases




Free housing, $5,000 stipend and          Late January-
$3,000 for research expenses              Early February




Awards up to $15,000 for dissertation      Late January-
fellows, up to $7,000 for masters fellows, Early February
and $2,000 for predissertation fellows




$4,000                                    Late October-
                                          Early November




Unknown                                   Late October-
                                          Early November
Interns work 40 hours per week for 10        Varied
weeks and are paid $2,000, pending
availability of funding




$3,000 - $12,000 for doctoral students;      Early January
post-doctoral students and senior
scientists may be funded up to $20,000




Amounts will depend on travel costs, but     Mid-March (with
will ordinarily be in the range of several   notification in
hundred dollars up to about $5000;           May) for work in
Grants are payable to the individual         June and beyond
applicant




$18,000 payable in monthly installments Late February-
                                        Early MarchThe
Up to $25,000.                         Late October-
                                       Early November

A stipend of $25,000 per annum plus up Early November
to $3,000 for travel and miscellaneous
expenses

Stipend for a period of 3 to 12 months . Early November
For doctoral students the stipend is
based on a rate of $25,000 per annum;
for postdoctoral scholars, it is based on
$30,000 per annum . There is also an
allowance for travel and other expenses

Ranges from $500 to $2,500             Early December




Stipend of $25,000 for the six-month   Late September
period




$2,500 travel fellowship               Mid-February




$5,000 to $9,000                       Late January




Varied                                 Early January
A summer internship may be either paid Varied
or unpaid. Paid interns receive $2,500
for the 10-week period. Academic-year
internships are without stipend and may
be for a period of 1 to 10 months. Interns
are not provided with housing



Up to $15,000                                Mid-March




Fellowships are awarded for periods up Late Januray-
to twelve months in duration, providing      Early February
round-trip international air transportation,
per diem, domestic travel, maintenance,
medical insurance allowances, and
some educational expenses

Stays of one to six months are               Late October
supported with a stipend based on the
rate of $1,400 per month . Low-cost
housing may be available on the
museum grounds



No stipend is provided; If college tuition   Varied
is paid for the internship, the Museum
requests a tuition-sharing agreement
with the University

$3,000 maximum                               Mid-February




$24,000 annual stipend. . Terms of           Mid-November
fellowships vary; Some are intended for
study abroad, others in the United
States, and time periods range from 12
to 36 months
The amount of the award is dependent        Mid-February
on the travel plan, with a maximum of
$4,500




$12,000 per team member for two to          Mid-March
three months conducting field,
collections, and/or laboratory research,
followed by two months in residency at
the Center for discussion, research and
writing. Additional funds may be
available for research and travel



One stipend is awarded annually to an       Late February-
exceptional graduate student with           Early March
financial need. Interns may receive
academic credit when arranged prior to
the internship period
Predoctoral fellows receive a stipend of    Mid-January
$17,000 for the 12-month fellowship
period; postdoctoral fellows receive
$30,000. In addition, fellows have
allowances for travel and research
expenses

Stipend availability varies annually. The   Late February-
internship is for 8 weeks beginning in      Early March
early June. Academic credit is not
available for this internship

A stipend of $3,000 per month for up to Mid-February
six months plus round-trip travel
expenses to D.C. . SCEMS provides
office space and access to Smithsonian
facilities and collections. Fellowships
normally begin in October
Academic year internships are unpaid,       Varied
volunteer and available full or part time
at the Guggenheim in New York City
$15,000 for nine months to cover         Late September
accommodation and travel expenses




$2500 for nine weeks.                    Mid-February




Program is at the Guggenheim in New       Mid-February
York City and runs from June through
August requiring a full time, five days a
week commitment. Hilla Rebay stipends
available for graduate students for $1000
over nine weeks




$5,000, renewable for a second year of   Late March-Early
study                                    April




$15,000 for one year of support.         Mid-January




$20,000                                  Late May-Early
                                         June




Stipend based on academic level and      Late February
work experience.
CPCU Chapter makes their contribution Late December-
to the scholarship and then applies to Early January
the Loman Foundation for matching
funds of up to $1,500 per chapter, per
year
$10,000                                   Early March




$3,500                                    Early March




$5,000                                    Early March




$5,000                                    Early March




$4,000                                    Early March




Stays of two weeks to two months are      Varied
supported with a stipend based on the
rate of $1,400 per month . Low-cost
housing may be available on the
museum grounds
$6,000, on-site housing, and an office    Late December
with computer and internet access for a
4-month period
Each year the Bank determines the           Mid-January
salary to be paid to the participants
according to the regulations and criteria
of its internal salary administration



Tuition, medical insurance, a monthly       Late March
subsistence allowance, a book
allowance and economy class travel




Unknown                                     Varied




Up to $15,000 for dissertation research. Mid-November
The program is part of the Center for
Culture, Organizations, and Politics at
the Institute for Industrial Relations at the
University of California, Berkeley



8-week period of study with room and        Late March
board at the Institute plus a $250 per
week stipend; After summer program,
fellows are eligible to apply for
fellowships-in-absentia for academic
year tuition and/or stipend (average
award is $5000)
Up to $40,000.                              Mid-November




$5,000                                      Late July




$2,000-$4,000                               Varied
A stipend (not specified), travel and    Late January
housing allowances for the field work as
well as for an 8-week orientation at
FEMA headquarters in Washington, D.C.




Fellows are supported and housed for 8 Mid-January
weeks of orientation and training in
Washington, D.C. in the summer of
2002, followed by stipend support for
fieldwork during academic year 2002-
2003
Up to 16 grants of $25,000 each. These Mid-May
grants are unrestricted in their use,
provided that they support the timely
completion of the dissertation




Up to 10 grants of $15,000 each         Mid-May




$14,000 plus up to $2,000 for tuition,    Mid-January
fees, travel to the Babbage Institute and
relevant archives, and approved
research expenses . Funds can also be
used in support at the recipient's home
institution
$31,200 stipend paid out monthly for one Early January
year. All tuition and fees paid. $1000
paid to university for duplication
expenses, travel, conference fees, ect.
Possible $2500 paid to university for
computer support (usually to purchase a
computer workstation or upgrade current
station)




$10,000.00                                  Mid-January


$21,500                                     Mid-January


Payment of institutional tuition and fees   Early January
plus a 12-month stipend of $31,200 .
Additional funds are available to cover
specific needs. The fellowship is
awarded for one year (September
through August) and may be renewed 3
times, for a total of 4 years of support



Payment of institutional tuition and fees   Early January
plus a 12-month stipend of $24,000.
Additional funds are available to cover
specific needs. The fellowship is
awarded for one year (September
through August) and may be renewed 3
times, for a total of 4 years of support

$20,000 per year                            Varied
Established in respose to proposal         varied




Up to $2,500                               Mid-January




Unknown                                    Late June




Scholars will be compensated as adjunct Late February
faculty, according to each university’s
collective bargaining agreement.
Roundtrip travel is also provided




$5,000 for one year plus tuition for one   Mid-February
year at institution of choice (U.S. or
abroad)



Unknown                                    Late January-
                                           Early February




The Fellowship supports them             Mid-January
professionally and financially for up to
five years through a teacher preparation
program to eligibility for tenure
Unknown                                     Late May




$25,000 (used within two years)             Late October-
                                            Early November




Loan of up to $10,000 per year over a       Varied
period of 5 years, with a maximum loan
of $30,000. For each year of full-time
postdoctoral teaching at CSU, 20% of
the loan is forgiven

A minimum of $1,500 per year,               Mid-April
renewable for a second year




Base grant of $15,000, plus up to           Late November-
$15,000 more on a matched dollar-for-       Early December
dollar basis with industry contributions.
The awardee may apply for support to
complete the research project. The
maximum support that may come from
ASHRAE is $45,000.

A one-time grant of up to $7,500 toward Mid-December
living expenses, tuition, travel to
ASHRAE meetings, experimental
equipment, and supplies, etc
$400 per week stipend, plus housing     Late January-
allowance and round-trip travel for     Early February
distances greater than 100 miles




$3,000                                  Mid-November




Master's $17,700/month, Doctoral          Mid-February
$2000/month plus a maximum of
$10,000 in tuition and mandatory fees .
In addition, recipients will be allowed a
one-time expenditure of up to $1,500 for
attendance at the Annual Transportation
Research Board (TRB) Meeting.

Option 1 - Five Year Hertz. •$28,000/9- Posted each year
month personal stipend. •Full tuition    in August
equivalent. •Renewable for up to 5
years. Option 2 - Five-Year Coordinated
. Hertz Period - Two Years. •$33,000/9-
month personal stipend . •Full tuition
equivalent. Other Fellowship Period - Up
to Three Years. •$3,000/ year
supplemental stipend from Hertz.
•Requires Awardee to accept a 3-year
Fellowship from another source.
Tuition and fees, plus a stipend of      Late October
$17,500. Students are expected to intern
(with pay) at an IBM research or
development laboratories; Awards are
renewable for up to three years
contingent on continued progress and
achievement




$10,000 to be used for educational         Mid-February
expenses including tuition, books, fees,
room and board . Applicants may hold
other awards concurrently, unless the
award specifically prohibits dual
acceptance

12 grants of up to $2,500 each             Late April-Early
                                           May




To encourage academically gifted           Mid-February
students to pursue doctoral degrees in
research areas consistent with SRC
goals and to prepare students for
placement in SRC companies and U.S.
universities

Up to $5,000 per year for three years.     Late March-Early
Each year of subsequent collegiate         April
teaching cancels one year of the loan



$1,000 per year for two years              Late March-Early
                                           April




1st Year: $30,500. 2nd Year: $31,000.      Early January
3rd Years $31,500
$2,000 for Graduate Students                 Mid-June




Sloan and the department work together Unknown
to guarantee you financial support as
long as you are making satisfactory
progress toward your degree; Beyond
the monetary assistance, you receive the
mentoring and guidance that often spells
the difference between beginning and
completing a degree




Awards for Research Grants are up to         August 31, 2007
$20,000 for 1-year projects, or up to        to be reviewed in
$35,000 for 2-year projects                  September .
                                             January 4, 2008
                                             to be reviewed in
                                             February .
                                             February 22,
                                             2008 to be
                                             reviewed in March




Varies; Based on applicant's unmet           Late May-Early
financial need, as verified by applicant's   June
college financial aid office



Varies; Based on applicant's unmet         Late May-Early
financial need as verified by applicant's June
college financial aid office; New students
max of $4000 and continuing students
max of $6000
$4,000 for one year                      Mid-June




$3,000 per academic year                 Mid-June




Up to $12,000 for an academic year of    Late March-Early
study                                    April




Up to $12,000 (most were $8000 last      Late March-Early
year)                                    April




$4000 per year plus $2000 increments     Mid-Late October
each year.


Fellowships provide an annual stipend      Mid-January
for up to three years, plus travel support
to APA conventions and additional
benefits

A 12-month stipend of $22,772 and        Late December
payment of tuition at the fellow's
educational institution.




A one-time award of $5,000 is made in    Mid-January
the fall semester following the
application deadline
Unknown                                    Mid-February




Fellowships are awarded for periods up Late Januray-
to twelve months in duration, providing      Early February
round-trip international air transportation,
per diem, domestic travel, maintenance,
medical insurance allowances, and
some educational expenses



Twelve-month fellowships provide for         Late Januray-
round-trip international air transportation, Early February
per diem, domestic travel, maintenance,
medical insurance allowances, and
some educational expenses




$5,000                                     Mid-April




Each host institution provides a salary   Mid-November
for the CSMP Fellow commensurate with
the salary of a full-time visitng faculty
member with comparable qualifications.
Fellows will teach one course a
semester
The Fellowship provides a stipend of   Late February-
$10,000 for 10 months. Fellows work 24 Early March
hours a week between September and
June




$25,000 stipend, $2,500 research           Late January-
assistance fund plus office space and      Early February
library privileges
Stipend of $25,000 plus a $2,500            Late January-
research assistance fund                    Early February




A stipend of $25,000 plus a $2,500          Late January-
research assistance fund                    Early February




The scholarship pays registration,          Mid-March
lodging and/or travel costs to attend the
EACE annual conference



Stipend of $38,000 for one year, plus an Late January-
allowance for relocation expenses        Early February




$30,000 plus office space, housing          Late November-
assistance, and library privileges at the   Early December
five colleges




$18,000




A stipend ranging from $5,000 to            Late January-
$10,000.                                    Early February
MS Engineering Fellowship Program:     Late October-
minimum $10,000 stipend over 3         Early November
semesters/4 quarters . Ph.D.
Engineering Fellowship Program:
minimum $14,000 per academic year
stipend for 5 years. Ph.D. Science
Fellowship Program: . minimum $14,000
academic year stipend for 5 years. All
include full tuition and fees at GEM
member university.




Minimum $1,000                          Late June




Minimum $1,000                          Late June




Grants of up to $5,000 each to cover    Late March-Early
research costs, i.e. computer time,     April
duplicating, payment to subjects, etc
Unknown                                   Unknown




The fellowship includes a $10,000 award Mid-June
for the academic year, and a paid
Summer internship in New York. A
renewal award of $10,000 for a second
year is contingent upon successful
completion of the summer internship.

Varies according to recipient's needs  Early March
and resources. Fellowships are usually
awarded for periods of 3 to 9 months.
Amount is based on demonstrated need
via preliminary financial statement in
application
$13,000 plus round trip airfare for the   Late December
Latin American or Caribbean scholars
only
Unknown                                  Late October-
                                         Early November




$25,000 for a twelve-month period, plus Early April, with
$5,000 to support the cost of residency notification in May
in Philadelphia, for a total award of
$30,000.
NIH funded MFP Fellowship: $20,772 . End of January
General MFP Fellowship: $15,000. In
addition, arrangements for the payment
of tuition will be made with universities or
departments.




$14,000 renewable for up to two years      Late October-
beyond the initial award (up to three      Early November
years for law school)




Up to $2,400 to support a period of        Late February-
research and writing, a portion of which   Early March
should be carried out in the Mystic,
Connecticut area




A training stipend and allowances for    Late January-
student and university expenses, up to a Early February
total of $24,000 per year. The award is
renewable, based on satisfactory
progress, for a total of three years of
support
M.S.: Minimum $10,000 stipend over 3     Late October-
semesters/4 quarters . Ph.D.: Minimum    Early November
$14,000 academic year stipend for 5
years




Amounts range from $8,000 to $10,000     Mid-January




Eastman Kodak Dr. Theophilus Sorrell  Late December
Award: $13,500. . Proctor & Gamble
Fellowship: $17,000. . E.I. DuPont
Award: $10,000. . Dow Chemical
Company Award: $10,000. .
GlaxoSmithKline Dr. Lendon N. Pridgen
Award: $25,000.
$3000 for Jewish communal service;       Mid-April
$2000 for all other graduate students.
Funds distributed directly to the
university and in two installments (fall
and spring). Funds can be received only
once
$24,000-$33,000 for one yar of           Late January-
residency                                Early February
Maintenance grant of $20,000 (paid in    Late October-
two installments) and a tuition grant of Early Novenber
one-half the tuition cost of the U.S.
graduate program attended by the
Fellow (up to a maximum of $16,000 per
academic year)




Average award: $2500 (not to exceed     Late February-
$3000) to be used within one year of    Early March
reciept
The stipend coming directly from the        Mid-January
DPN varies each year and is based on
the National Research Service Act
(http://grants1.nih.gov/training/nrsaguidel
ines/nrsa_toc.htm) or NRSA Guidelines
for predoctoral and postdoctoral funding.
The DPN also tries to ensure the
financial support of it's Fellows by
requesting various types of “in-kind”
support such as tuition remission, health
insurance, research assistantships,
etc… from the universities at which
students are training.


Fellows receive a nine-month stipend of Late March
$28,000 plus fringe benefits . No tuition
or fees are covered




Graduate $8,000. Dissertation $13,000 . Late December-
Post-Doctoral $25,000. Awards cover     Early January
the period from August 1 to July 31




The fellowship may be for a period of 3 Mid-January
to 12 months. A stipend is paid based on
the rate of $22,000 per year. In addition,
there are allowances for relocation to
D.C. and research expenses

A stipend of $100 per day for up to 21    Varied
days, plus travel and research
allowances




A stipend of $350 per week for ten        Varied
weeks in residence, plus a travel
allowance
For stays of up to 21 days, a stipend of   Varied
$100 per day. For stays of 3 to 10
weeks, $350 per week, plus travel and
research allowances



Interns receive $450 per week for 10       Late January-
weeks of summer residence at the           Early February
Smithsonian Institution



Interns are paid a stipend of $350 per     Varied
week for the ten-week internship period


Stipend of $25,000 per year with              Mid-March
possibility of additional funds for travel to
conferences and professional meetings.
Office space and a personal computer
will be provided
$30,000.00                                 Mid-October




Stipend, tuition, health insurance and     Varied
fees for up to five years




Two fellowships granted each year: A       Mid-February
stipend of $20,000, plus office space,
and library privileges

$1,000 scholarship.                        Mid-September
Varies from $1500 to $7500 for one to      Late December
three months.




Stipend of $10,000 and/or may include a Late June-Early
graduate tuition scholarship granted    July
annually to new students
The maximum available per student per Mid-March
year of study is $50,000 and the
maximum length is six years




Fellowships are awarded for periods up Late Januray-
to twelve months in duration, providing      Early February
round-trip international air transportation,
per diem, domestic travel, maintenance,
medical insurance allowances, and
some educational expenses
Fellowships are awarded for periods up Late Januray-
to twelve months in duration, providing      Early February
round-trip international air transportation,
per diem, domestic travel, maintenance,
medical insurance allowances, and
some educational expenses




Support for one month at the Center     Mid-March
from June 1 to October 1. Residents are
responsible for their food, travel and
other expenses.




A stipend of $12,500 (Canadian) is paid Varied
directly to the student




A stipend of $25,000 with up to an      Early November
additional $3,000 for travel and
miscellaneous expenses. The fellowship
is awarded for one year; requests for a
second year are considered.

Grants for 3 to 6 months in duration in    Early November
residence at the Antonio Ratti Textile
Center. For graduate students, the
award is based on the annual rate of
$25,000. An allowance is provided for
travel and miscellaneous expenses
For a nine-month period, the fellowship    Early November
stipend is $25,000 plus a travel
allowance



Room, board, and studio space are        Late October-
provided, but the Millay Colony does not Early November
give a stipend or reimburse
transportation costs . The 3 and a half-
to 4-week residency is scheduled in the
months of April through November
Funds are adjusted to the recipient's       Late June
needs.


$6,000 - $8,000, depending on               Varied
relocation requirements




Stipends are funded up to $50,000 for      Early October
one year with additional funds for project
expenses. Some support for relocation
expenses is provided where relevant




Internships normally last for a period of   Varied
12 weeks. There is a stipend to offset
housing and transportation expenses.
Housing arrangements are the intern's
responsibility




$2,000                                      Late November-
                                            Early December




$1,000                                      Late November-
                                            Early December
$22,000 stipend for 9 month period        Early February




$15,000 stipend for 9 month period.       Early February




Stipend of $2,500 plus an allowance for   Late November-
travel and living expenses                Early December




$2,000                                    Early December




A grant for data valued at up to $4,000   Late November-
and an inscribed plaque                   Early December




$500                                      Late November-
                                          Early December




$2,000                                    Early December
Three-year appointments, renewable        Early February
annually, and pays an annual stipend of
$19,200 ($1,500 monthly plus a $600
Research Education Supplement in
March and October), and tuition and
fees




Varied                                    Late January-
                                          Early February


Grantees work 40 hours a week and          Late January-
earn a competitive wage, which             Early February
increases with each year of participation.
Free furnished apartments are provided.
Round-trip air fare is provided to
summer working locations from
anywhere within the United States and
Puerto Rico



There are a number of scholarships in     Late January-
the program, with awards ranging from     Early February
$500 to $12,000 per year . Some are
renewed from year to year until the
student completes the degree program

Stipends of $4,700 and an allowance for Mid-February
travel expenses within the U.S.
$3000, plus travel expenses.              Mid-February




Stipend of up to $2,000 per month for     Late November-
one to two months in support of travel,   Early December
living and research expenses




Up to $7500                               Mid-November




$16,000 annual stipend, paid in two       Late January-
installments--September and January       Early February




Up to $2,500 for travel, lodging, and     Early February
meals

Fellows receive graduate school tuition Mid-October
and stipend payments for two academic
years as well as summer travel support
for related study
Fellows receive a weekly stipend of $215 Late October-
plus housing, allowances for health      Early November
insurance and travel, and lunch on
weekdays




Annual stipend of $25,000 for doctoral    Early October
candidates or $44,000 for postdoctoral
scholars, plus supplements for
conferences and research travel, an
allowance for health insurance, office
space, and access to Harvard facilities

$10,000 awarded to two fellows each       Mid-February
year.




$20,000 grant to pursue studies at the    Mid-February
fellow's school of choice


Up to $24,000 annually; including tuition, Late February-
fees, books, and room and board .          Early March
Fellows receive credits for attending
Georgetown University's summer
program on the constitution
$1,800 per month                          Early January




Stipend determined by requirements of     Late October-
the project - not over $3,000             Early November
A stipend of $1,500 for the summer        Varied




Up to $3,000; to be determined            Late October-
according to the requirements of the      Early November
project and the availability of funds
$2,000 for research done at the Leo       Late October-
Baeck Institute. For research in          Early November
Germany (3 - 6 months), a monthly
stipend of up to EUR 975.00 (depending
on level of academic advancement) to
cover expenses during the time abroad .
Support for travel is a one-time lump
sum of EUR 520.00; See Web site for
details
$2000 per month (minimum of one           Late February-
month, maximum of three, taken within     Early March
one year)




Grants range from $500 to $2000. Grant Varied
requests should be calculated on the
basis of $110 per day plus actual travel
costs. The grants review committee will
consider reimbursing photocopy costs
up to $75.
$500 up to $2,000. May be renewed for     Mid-October
one additional year
Applicants propose a period of study in Early November
Europe that will last 3 to 12 months . The
stipend for 12 months is $25,000, with
an additional $3,000 allowance for travel
and other expenses

Stipends of up to $4,200 are available .   Late February-
Furnished housing is available at $900     Early March
per session for|a shared room; $1,120
per session for a single, as available




A stipend of $45,000 for 12 months, plus Mid-February
allowances for research, travel, and
miscellaneous expenses




$1,000                                     Mid-February


$2500 per month for research and living    Late October-
in the U.S. and up to 500 British pounds   Early November
for airfare
15,000 pounds for one year; may be         Late October-
renewed for a second year                  Early November




1,500 Pounds per month                     Late October-
                                           Early November




No stipend is provided. Interns work for   Varied
a minimum of 20 hours per week for 10
weeks, either in the fall, spring, or
summer
Stipend support for up to ten weeks of  Mid-January
residence and study in Washington, D.C.




$20,000                                   Mid-January




Stipends may be offered if funds are      Varied
available. Internship positions are ten
weeks long




Stipend of $2,500 per month in            Late February-
residence                                 Early March




Stipend of $2,500 per month               Late February-
                                          Early March
$20,000 per year plus allowances         Mid-January




$4500 for 10 weeks.                      Mid-January




$18,000 for 10 to 12 months              Late November-
                                         Early December




$2,500                                   Mid-April




$10,000 stipend and access to Center's   Mid-January
facilities and technical expertise




Funds available for travel and other     Late February-
expenses                                 Early March

Up to $2,000                             Late February-
                                         Early March
$2,000                                 Mid-January




$2,000                                 Late March-Early
                                       April




Unknown                                Late August




Up to $2,000                           Late August




$7,000 one-year, nonrenewable grant, to Mid-February
be divided by the student and faculty
advisor
$40,000 per year. Awards are made for      Late September-
one year and may be renewed for a          Early October
second year




$20,000 for a 12-month period.             Mid-April




Varied                                     Mid-August




Up to $11,500 for three months of          Late February-
research in Yemen, covering travel,        Early March
living, and work-related costs




Fellowships are awarded for one to nine Late Januray-
months, providing for round-trip            Early February
international air transportation, per diem,
domestic travel, maintenance, medical
insurance allowances, and some
educational expenses



Fellowships are awarded for periods up Late Januray-
to twelve months in duration, providing      Early February
round-trip international air transportation,
per diem, domestic travel, maintenance,
medical insurance allowances, and
some educational expenses
Fellowships are awarded for periods up Late Januray-
to twelve months in duration, providing      Early February
round-trip international air transportation,
per diem, domestic travel, maintenance,
medical insurance allowances, and
some educational expenses

$19,000 for 12 months of full-time       Early November
dissertation writing; in addition, the
candidate’s grad school will be asked to
waive tuition and/or remit some portion
of their fees




$20,000 in cash, no benefits               Late November-
                                           Early December




Stipend of up to $9,000. Duration of     Early January
research project abroad must be at least
3 months




Up to $20,000                              Early November




$18,000 stipend, plus tuition.             Mid-January
Provides support for up to three years of FP International
formal graduate-level study leading to a Partners
masters or doctoral degree                determine
                                          application
                                          deadlines and
                                          selection
                                          schedules in their
                                          region or country




Two awards of $5,000.                      Late June-Early
                                           July




$17,400 for 8 months; $26,000 for 12       Mid-December
months. Health benefits included and
educational travel allowance available




Postdoctoral fellows are in residence for Late October-
the academic year and receive a stipend Early November
of $22,000



Predoctoral fellows are in residence for   Late October-
the entire academic year, and receive a    Early November
stipend of $18,000
In fiscal year 2006, the institutional Early October
payment was $12,224 and the maximum
stipend was $30,000




$16,000 for one academic year              Late January




$2,000.00                                  Late November




Grants of up to $7,500 per academic        Late October
year, depending on the cost of living in
the student's country of residence




Grants of up to $7,500 per year,           Late October
depending on the cost of living in the
recipient's country of residence




Stipend of $2,750 for 9 weeks in June      Mid-March
and July




$1200 monthly stipend                      Late February-
                                           Early March
The program pays medical, dental, and    Mid-January
life insurance as well as a stipend of
$20,000. An on-campus apartment and
board are included. Summer TAs
receive $2,500 plus room and board




$5,000 intended for expenses directly    Mid-May
related to the use of the manuscripts
(travel, photocopies, user fees, etc.)

Stipends provide support for 9 to 12      Early November
months in the field plus travel expenses,
but the fellowship will rarely exceed
$20,000. Proposals for a second year of
support are funded only under
exceptional circumstances

varied                                   varied




Varied                                   Late February
10 Grants of up to $2,000 awarded      Mid-April
annually




$15,000 for masters; $20,000 for       Late January-
doctoral                               Early February




Monthly stipend of 2,000 to 3,500 Euros Late October
for 12 months, plus travel expenses to
and from Germany and in-country
language training; On request, additional
support may be provided for a spouse
and children




Award covers the cost of pre-approved Late June-Early
international and domestic travel and a July
per diem of $150 for up to 28 days in
Germany and elsewhere in Europe
relevant to the research being conducted

Award covers the costs of pre-approved Late June-Early
international and domestic travel and a July
per diem of $150 for up to 28 days in
Germany
Maintenance: 25,875 Rs per month.         Late June-Early
Research and Travel: 11,250 Rs per        July
month. Per dependent allowance: 6,750
Rs per month; Fellows who will be based
in Bangalore, Calcutta, Chennai
(Madras), Mumbai (Bombay) or New
Delhi will receive an additional 15% cost
of living supplement
Round-trip airfare to Istanbul, application Mid-February
and tuition fees




$2375 for the summer                      Late October-
                                          Early November




Stipend from $15,500 to $25,000,          Mid-January
depending on academic seniority and
experience; School fees for ASCSA are
waived for Angel fellows




Up to $5,000; Associates are required to Mid-September
pay ASCSA fees.




Stipend from $15,500 to $25,000,        Mid-January
depending on seniority and experience,
for the academic year; Waiver of school
fees




Stipend from $15,500 to $25,000,        Mid-January
depending on seniority and experience ;
Waiver of school fees.
Stipend of $15,500 to $25,000,             Mid-January
depending on seniority and experience;
ASCSA fees are waived




$1,875                                     Mid-January




Maximum a five-month project: $20,000; Mid-November
For a ten-month project: $40,000




Stipend of $10,000 for the academic        Mid-January
year, plus room, board, and waiver of
school fees




Stipend of $10,000 plus room and board Mid-February
while at ASCSA in Athens, plus room at
Loring Hall, board and waiver of school
fees

The number and amount of awards          Varied
granted vary from year to year according
to the funds available to each country's
organization



Grants for projects of one to three        Late October-
months' duration are up to $4,000;         Early November
Fellowships are up to $20,000 for year-
long study or research
$22,000 for work done between July 1st     Late October-
and June 30th, or a portion of that year   Early November




$6,000 for travel, room and board, and
other legitimate expenses.
Stipend of $30,000 for the 9-month           Late September
period, plus an office and staff privileges.


$18,000 stipend for one year plus health Late January
insurance.




$22,000 stipend; $600 for research       Late November-
expenses; $1,500 for research-related    Early December
travel for 11 months of research and one
month of vacation




$6000 plus free accommodation in           Mid-March
hostel




A maximum of US$850 per month may          Late October
be awarded for a period of up to nine
months




Direct costs related to a project, up to   Late September
$10,000--to support travel (primarily in
Canada), books, publishing fees, and
certain other expenses connected with
research
Housing, international travel, insurance     Mid-October
and a stipend of $2,500 per month (for
six months)




Visiting lecturers are paid a local salary   Late February-
by their host university and receive         Early March
housing in a dormitory or private
apartment. CEP provides a modest
monthly dollar stipend, transportation to
and from the lecturer's host city, and
Western health insurance



Visiting lecturers are paid a local salary   Mid-February
by their host university and receive
housing in a dormitory or private
apartment. CEP provides a modest
monthly dollar stipend, transportation to
and from the lecturer's host city, and
Western health insurance.



$4,000 for travel and living expenses        Mid-January




Stipend of up to $4,600 per month,        Varied
depending on the seniority of the fellow,
an allowance for research expenses,
office space at the Institute, and travel
expenses to and from Washington, D.C.




Tuition, accommodations (arranged by Late January
the host institute), and a cash allowance
for meals and incidental expenses in full
or in part, depending on location and
accommodations. A small travel subsidy
will also be provided
Approximately ten research fellowships     Mid-April
of up to $8,500 (approx. $5,000) will be
awarded




About $1300/month, a round trip ticket to Late December
France, health insurance, and about 30
days per diem for travelling in France for
research purposes.




A monthly stipend of 23.000 Belgian        Late January
Francs; tuition up to 17.000 BF; a one-
time 25.000 BF contribution towards
dissertation costs or 7.500 BF towards
costs of printing of licentiate thesis;
health insurance and public liability
according to Belgian law
A stipend covers room and board for the Late January
scholar for the academic year (October
through June)
Approximately $14,500 for a nine month Mid-January
stipend plus an education allowance for
the academic year of $11,500. Summer
2006 FLAS stipend was $2,500 with an
educational allowance of up to $4,000




Full Grant: . •Round-trip transportation to Late April-Early
the host country. •Maintenance for the      May
academic year, based on living costs in
the host country. •Book and research
allowances . •Supplemental health and
accident insurance. •Tuition, in some
cases. •Language or orientation courses,
where appropriate. Travel Grant. •Round-
trip transportation to the country where
the student will pursue studies for an
academic year. •Supplemental health
and accident insurance. •Cost of an
orientation course abroad, if applicable



The grant covers travel, living expenses Mid-September
for the academic year, and tuition at
overseas universities, when required
Early November




Mid-November




Expenses for housing, board, tuition,   Mid-November
travel to and from Britain, and an
allowance




The maximum grant of $50,000 can also Mid-October
be non-stipendiary for those with other
support . The fellowship includes use of
all facilities, a place to study, some
meals, & various other privileges

$15,000                                 Mid-March
Up to 300,000 yen per month.              Early June




10 (ten) annual awards up to $CD 3,500 Late December
for all expenses.




$CD 2,500 plus roundtrip airfare.         Late December




$CD 5,000.                                Late December




Financial support will include            Late March
accommodation expenses, tuition and
fees for the School, and up to $1500 in
travel expenses.




The stipend will match the combined         Mid-November
salary and benefits at the Member's
home institution at the time of application
$12,000 for one year and will benefit       Late June
from a range of supporting services
described in the guidelines on the
application form




The U.S. Committee provides airfare         Mid-January
and a modest living allowance for
students from U.S. institutions who are
selected to participate




Varies - funds support round trip airfare, Mid-November
and a stipend for living expenses, room
and board

round trip airfare, living allowance, health Varied
insurance and research allowance for up
to four months.




round trip airfare, living allowance and    Varied
research allowance for up to four
months.
Up to $5,000, airfare on US flag carrier,   Late January-
per diem is food, lodging and local         Early February
transport only, may cover incidental
expenses.




$1,000-$250.                                Late September-
                                            Early October




Four to fourteen months: air fare,         Late October-
traveler's insurance, settling in          Early November
allowance, monthly stipend of Y310,000
Yen, dependent allowance of 50,000
Yen/month, research/cultural activities of
40,000 Yen/month, and enrollment fees
Unknown                                    Unknown




Annual fellowships to assist U.S.       Varied
researchers wishing to conduct research
in Japan under the leadership of their
host researchers




Stipend for living expenses, a housing     Varied
subsidy, round-trip airfare, and health
insurance for the fellow. Additional
allowances may be made for
accompanying family members



$24,000 US for one year, nonrenewable Varied




Monthly stipend of 1,3000,000 Korean       Late July
won (about $1,174), plus travel costs.


Stipend for dormitory housing and living   Mid-December
expenses. Tuition expenses are not
covered by this program, nor are
transportation expenses to and from
Poland.

Awards range from $7,650 to $30,500,       Mid-October
depending on the duration and type of
the award . There is no allowance for
dependent support
$1,000 to $7,000                           Early January




Fellowships are tenable for a period of 9 Late February
to 12 months . The terms of the
Fellowship include travel costs, tuition
fees (where applicable) and a monthly
stipend

Fellowships are tenable for a period of 9 Late December
to 12 months . The terms of the
Fellowship include travel costs, tuition
fees (where applicable) and a monthly
stipend



Monthly stipend is $1,250 plus $100        Late November
housing allowance and round trip plane
ticket . Fellowships are tenable for one
year with possible extension
Monthly scholarship of 750 euro            Mid-March




Doctoral students receive a stipend     Early November
based on the rate of $25,000 per annum,
plus a travel allowance



Fellowship period is over 8 weeks to be Early February
conducted between June 1st and August
30th . Stipends are $4,000, with an
additional $500 research allowance.
Travel expenses will be covered
separately
Travel costs to and from Japan/Korea     Late November-
and an allowance of $2,000. Participants Early December
are responsible for providing their own
insurance and for covering any
additional costs
Unknown                                    Mid-April




Funding covers tuition, room & board,      Varied
stipend, textbooks, international
transportation, and health insurance for
one to two years. Grant money may not
be used to support an accompanying
spouse or child




Grants will not exceed 50% of tuition and Late March-Early
fees per year, but may be applied to      April
living expenses, as required. Grant
money may not be used to support an
accompanying child or spouse.




$10,000 plus round-trip airfare to     Late September-
France; some additional support may be Early October
available to those with dependents




The program covers all program-related Early October
travel expenses and provides a monthly
stipend. Health insurance, financial
support for an accompanying spouse,
and fees for language training are also
available

For the academic-year scholarship, a    Varied
stipend of $13,000 to 25,000, depending
on institutional expenses
$15,000 for tuition, room and board,     Mid-December
transportation and other expenses in the
2003-2004 academic year



Unknown                                    Early December




A stipend of $750 per month for 3          Varied
months, a modest research allowance,
and round-trip airfare




A stipend and other types of support for   Mid-January
three years




15 days to 24 months of support, should Late November-
be affiliated with a host institution   Early December




Full financial support for the workshop, Late September-
including travel, lodging, and meals . The Early October
program is funded by the Japan
Foundation



Advanced Training - $3,000 - $7,000 for Mid-November
3 - 9 months; Dissertation - $15,000 for
1 year; Postdoc - up to $24,000 over 2
years.
National Endowment for the Humanities Late November-
select postdocs: $30,000 (10-12           Early December
months). The Berlin Program: EUR 1100
per month for fellows working on a
dissertation project and EUR 1400 per
month for fellows working on a
postdoctoral research project. Additional
funds for spouses, dependents, airfare
and research available.


$19,000 per annum for up to 48 months. Mid-November




Unknown                                 Late November-
                                        Early ecember




Unknown                                 Late November-
                                        Early December




$20,000 for nine months, plus health    Late January-
insurance                               Early February




$25,000 plus $12,500 for moving and     Late October-
housing allowance.                      Early November
25,000 Swedish crowns (for two to six      Early February
week intensive study or research visits to
Sweden).




$30,000 for a maximum of nine months      Early August




Includes tuition, room, board, and       Early February
mandatory fees during the first and
second year of graduate school; Each
year’s award also includes
reimbursement for books and for travel
(one round trip per academic year, up to
a set maximum amount)




$17,000 stipend.                          Late August-Early
                                          September
Tuition and fees, a living allowance of    Late October
$6,500-$7,500, a travel allowance of
$500. Married students who are
accompanied by their spouses receive
an additional allowance of $555. The
value of a Churchill Scholarship is
approximately $31,000 to $36,000




First prize: $2500; 2nd Prize $1000; 3rd   Late November-
prize $750; Runners-Up $250                Early December


Total of $25,000 in available funds to be Unknown
distributed between four to six grantees




tipend of $29,500 for the 10-month        Early May
fellowship period (Sept. 14 through July
18), paid bi-weekly. Some fringe benefits
are available




$2,000                                     Late November-
                                           Early December

$2,000.00                                  Late December


Stipend of $5,000 for the 8-week      Late January-
summer program, plus an allowance for Early February
travel to and from Princeton, N.J.
varied                                   varied


Compensation will depend upon the        Late January
qualifications of the candidate, up to
$3,500 per month




$15,000 for the academic year            Late January




$3,000 for the summer, plus university   Mid-March
housing
$30,000 stipend plus fully paid tutiton,   Mid-January
fees, and health insurance




$1,000 to $5,000 a year                    Late May




$1,000                                     Late January-
                                           Early February




From $500 to $3,000                        Mid-February


Ranges from $7,500 to $2,000               Mid-January




An initial stipend of $15,000 for 12       Mid-January
months, as well as $1,000 for research
support and up to $4,000 in tuition
expenses, if necessary.



First place authors receive $3,000;        Late September-
second place authors receive $1,500.       Early October
For Master's degree students, there is a Mid-January
one-time award of $5,000; For doctoral
students, there is a one-time award of
$7,000




A one-time award of $5,000 is available   Mid-January
in the fall semester following the
application deadline



$10,000 for tuition, fees, books, room    Late January
and board.




$1,000 scholarships are awarded to 25     Varied
students each year


$1,000-$3,000                             Mid-March




Scholarships of $US 20,000 per year for Varied
up to two years are offered for Masters
level students. Scholarships of $US
25,000 per year for up to two years are
offered for Post-Doctoral students

Half-time support for one year at a level Mid-September
consistent with the policy of the graduate
institution, and will include health
benefits and indirect costs. The student's
advisor and university is expected to be
the primary source of support for
materials and expenses required to do
the thesis research, and to provide a full
tuition waiver
Stipend based on level of education and Early February
location of project




$37,000 per year . Masters: Max two      Late November
years. Doctoral: Max three years, over
period of four years




$4,000                                   Mid-January




$5,000                                   Early February




Award amount is $40,000 over a one-     Late February
year period. Of this amount, $34,000 is
for compensation. The remaining $6,000
is to cover health insurance and
fellowship-related travel. May provide
supplemental funds for work-related
travel
$3,800 summer stipend; The student's      Late February
academic advisor/sponsor receives a
$500 stipend




A fellow who is a doctoral student        Mid-April
receives a stipend up to $15,000;
master's degree students receive up to
$11,000. All fellows are reimbursed up to
$1,000 in research expenses
Varied. Applicants submit a budget along Varied
with their proposal




Varied. Applicants provide a project      Mid-January
budget with the application packet




$12,000 for the academic year             Late February




Varied                                    Early September
A stipend of $4,500 for the 12-week       Mid-February
period. There are no additional funds for
travel or research expenses . Fellows
may schedule their period of residence
to begin as early as June 30



$20,000 annually for up to three years.     Late October-
At least 30% of total project cost match    Early November
is required|by the applicant (ie. $8,572
match (30%) for $20,000 (70%) in
federal funds for a total project cost of
$28,572 (100%)




A stipend of $33,000, plus an allowance Early March
of $7,000 for health insurance and
moving expenses. The fellowship period
runs from February 1- January 31.




Up to $15,000, renewable for 3 years        Late February-
                                            Early March




A total of $30,000 is available             Late January
Grants range between $35,000 and          Mid-November
$100,000.


Weekly stipend of $406 to $958 plus       Varied
limited travel expenses between the
facility and home or campus




Stipend based on research area(s) and     Varied
academic classification.




$12,000                                   Late February




Weekly stipend of $300 for a term of 10   Varied
to 16 weeks. Limited dormitory space is
available




Up to $37,000 annually for a maximum      Mid-October
of three years of support, including
tuition and fees
$80,000 paid in two installments          Early May




$60,000 per year for up to two years         Late September-
(with the possibility of renewal for a third Early October
year, determined after the first year)




Up to $25,000 in research support, for    Varied
projects lasting no more than one year.
See Web site for a list of ineligible
budget items

$22,000 payable on a twelve-month        Mid-December
basis, for eleven months of research in
residence at Brookings and one month
vacation.
Stipend and health benefits totalling    Late March
$25,000 for 9 month period . Fellows are
responsible for their own travel
arrangements, expenses and housing

Award of $2,000 plus all-expenses-paid    Late January
attendance at CASE's annual
International Assembly




Stipend of $10,000                        Late February
Up to $24,000                            Late February




A stipend of $1,800 per month, health Varied
insurance coverage, plus travel
expenses to Washington, DC; Tenure of
award is 6 to 9 months




Room, board, and books for attending       Late December
one of the one-week seminars held at
schools around the U.S. . Worth up to
$1,000
$11,500 stipend for a full-time internship Late October-
from January 6 through June 25             Early November




Stipend of $29,500 for the 10-month       Early May
fellowship period (Sept. 14 through July
18), paid bi-weekly. Some fringe benefits
are available
Stipend of $29,500 for the 10-month       Early May
fellowship period (Sept. 14 through July
18), paid bi-weekly. Some fringe benefits
are available



Salaries ranging from $27,145 to          Mid-May
$36,015, varying with education and
appointment level



Stipends are awarded for up to a 9-      Late January-
month period; the amount is determined Early February
on a case-by-case basis commensurate
with experience. Health insurance and
subsidies for travel and other research-
related expenses may be available

$1250 per month                           Varied




Fellows become employees of the           Early November
federal court system with a GS-15/3
salary (currently $98,198) as well as
health and life insurance benefits



Monthly stipend of $1,972 and health      Late February
insurance. Fellows earn 12 units of
graduate course credit from CSUS and
are eligible for student loan deferment



Monthly stipend of $1,972 plus medical, Late February
dental, and vision coverage. Fellows are
registered as CSU Sacramento graduate
students; tuition fees are paid by the
program. . Fellows receive 12 academic
credits for their participation in the
program
Monthly stipend of $1972, benefits, and   Late February
tuition . Fellows receive 12 units of
graduate course credit and are eligible
for student loan deferments
Monthly stipend of $1,972 for 11 months, Late February
benefits, and tuition and enrollment fees.
Health, dental, and vision benefits
included. Fellows in the program receive
12 credit hours from CSUS; .
Participation qualifies fellows for student
loan deferment
$2000 plus an all expenses paid trip to   Late January
CASE's annual International Assembly.




Monthly stipends range from 2,100 to      Early July
3,000 euros; Allowances are available
for accompanying family members,
travel expenses, and German language
instruction
Varied                                    Early January




$35,000 for postdoctoral scholars; up to Mid-October
$50,000 for junior faculty members.
Office space, computer services, and
library privileges are provided



Scholars receive a monthly stipend and    Mid-November
travel allowance
$3,500 per month for a period of 4 to 9   Late September
months. Fellows make their own
arrangements for housing and
transportation




3 to 12 months of full-time support       Late August-Early
                                          September




$50,000                                   Late September
Up to $50,000, depending on other          Late September
sources of support and academic work




A maximum of $17,000                       Early November




Salary replacement to help scholars        Late September
devote from 6 to 12 continuous months
to full-time research and writing. Based
on academic rank, the stipend ranges
from $50,000 to $30,000




A maximum of $25,000                       Early November




$20,000 for a one-year, nonrenewable       Early November
term
$15,000 for 1-year projects               August 31, 2007
                                          to be reviewed in
                                          September .
                                          January 4, 2008
                                          to be reviewed in
                                          February .
                                          February 22,
                                          2008 to be
                                          reviewed in March




$38,000.00                                Late November-
                                          Early December




Fellowships provide financial support for Mid-January
2 years maximum (must be renewed
annually) and travel funds to attend the
Society for Neuroscience annual
meeting, as well as additional benefits.



Grants are made for research periods of Late October-
2 to 12 months in duration, with        Early November
preference being given to shorter
projects. Grants range from $4,000 to
16,000




A maximum award of $15,000 for one        Late October-
academic year; Awards for shorter         Early November
periods of time may be arranged




$13,335 - $40,000 for up to one year of   Late October-
support                                   Early November
$11,000                                    Mid-January




Room, board, waiver of ASCSA fees,         Mid-January
and a stipend of $10,000




Room, board, waiver of ASCSA fees,         Mid-January
and a stipend of $10,000




$4,000                                     Late March-Early
                                           April

Up to $7,000                               Varied




$19,000                                    Early December




A stipend of $41,000 for the one-year         Mid-October
residency, plus full fringe benefits . In the
spring semester, the fellow will teach
one course for the Center
A stipend of $52,000 for the one-year     Early October
residency, plus $3,000 for research
support. Fellows spend half-time
teaching in the undergraduate program
and half-time in independent research.
The fellowship may be renewed for a
second year
This fellowship program provides            Mid-November
compensation based on the average
starting salary paid by the host college to
beginning assistant professors . The
scholar will be expected to teach one
course in each academic term of
residency and to participate in
departmental seminars.
$1,000                                    Late July




University tuition and fees, a monthly    Late October-
stipend, and a travel allowance           Early November


Monthly stipends, round-trip airfare,     Varied
tuition, and fees plus health insurance
coverage



$50,000 for one year; renewel may be      Late August-Early
requested for another $50,000 the         September
second year
The one-year stipend is set in relation to Late January-
the fellow's compensation at his or her     Early February
home institution . In addition, there is an
allowance for relocation expenses




$2,500                                    Mid-May




Annual stipend of $38,500, research       Late February
budget of $2000, office space in the
Center, and library access




$35,000




Stays of two to six months are supported Varied
with a stipend based on the rate of
$1,400 per month. Low-cost housing
may be available on the museum
grounds



For the 9-month residency, fellows        Late October-
receive an equivalent of up to $39,300,   Early November
which includes a stipend, housing,
allowances for research and health
insurance, and lunch on weekdays.
Additional support may be available for
dependents and travel
For the 9-month residency, junior fellows Late October-
receive an equivalent of approximately Early November
$21,870, which includes a stipend,
housing, allowances for research and
health insurance, and lunch on
weekdays . Additional support may be
available for dependents and travel




Annual stipend of $55,000 plus benefits   Late January




An annual stipend of $50,000 and a        Late October-
research budget of $13,000                Early November




Long-term fellowships carry a stipend of Early January
$4,000 per month




$4000 per month from six to eleven        Mid-August
months of residential research at the
Library of Congress

Up to $30,500 per year, to cover stipend, Early January
institutional overhead, laboratory
expenses, etc

These awards provide generous            Late July-Early
stipends ($36,000 - $65,000), and the    August
opportunity to do independent research
in some of the best-equipped and staffed
laboratories in the country
$55,000 for one academic year of          Early November
research or $27,500 for two contigious
years, working half-time




Predoctoral fellows receive a stipend       Mid-January
based on the annual rate of $20,000; for
postdoctoral fellows the rate is $30,000 .
In addition, limited funds are available to
reimburse travel and research expenses

One-half of the applicant's salary, up to a Late September-
maximum of $50,000, depending on            Early October
individual circumstances. Additional
funds for housing may be available; See
website for full details




Stipends are individually determined and Mid-October.
range from $30,000 to $50,000. Fellows
use the facilities of the Center, including
private office space. Center staff
members assist with locating housing for
fellows
Competitive stipends depend on the        Varied
research field and the host laboratory
Normally three years of support are       Late January-
provided, no more than five. Includes     Early February
monthly stipend and tuition and fees
allowance not to exceed a total of
$30,000




Stipends are funded up to $50,000 for      Early October
one year with additional funds for project
expenses. Some support for relocation
expenses is provided where relevant




Stipends are funded up to $50,000 for      Late November-
one year with additional funds for project Early December
expenses. Some support for relocation
expenses is provided where relevant




R75,000 for one year, renewable twice, Late July
for up to a maximum period of three
years. Up to R10,000 is available for
research expenses, if needed.
Affordable on-campus housing is usually
available, if desired
Predoctoral stipends are $20,000 and    Mid-January
postdoctroral stipends are $35,000. The
fellowship may be held from 12 to 24
months, depending on the fellow's
research proposal
A stipend is provided at the rate of      Mid-January
$35,000 per year. Allowances are
provided also for research and moving
expenses. Financial support is not
provided for the dependents of fellows




Approx. $35,028 CD per year up to two     Late September-
years plus research allowance of up to    Early October
$5,000 CD

Stipends start at $35,000 stipends        Late January-
(depending upon experience) for a 12      Early February
month period




Up to $40,000 plus $10,000 for moving     Mid-October
and housing allowance.

Stipend varies according to years of prior Varied
experience, ranging from $31,000 to
$48,000. Additional allowances are
available for specific needs. Applications
may be for 1, 2, or 3 years of support.
These awards are known as the "F32"
awards



Annual stipend of $57,000 for the year  Early September
beginning July 1, 2007. Renewed for two
additional years. Facilities of all
branches of Harvard University are
open, without charge, to Junior Fellows
1st Year: . Stipend-$43,000. Research-    Mid-July
$2500. 2nd Year. Stipend-$44,000.
Research-$2500. 3rd Year. Stipend-
$45,000. Research-$2500




Varied                                    Varied




Annual stipend of $40,000, renewable      Late August-Early
for a second year contingent on           September
satisfactory progress




$40,000 annual stipend made to              Late September-
institution on behalf of fellow . May be up Early October
to two years of support




$40,000 annual stipend made to             Early June
institution on behalf of fellow. May be up
to two years of support
Funding is offered up to a maximum of    Work beginning in
$6,000 for use in calendar year          March: Early
                                         October of
                                         previous year.
                                         Work beginning in
                                         May. Early
                                         December of
                                         previous year




Fellowships provide an annual stipend    Mid-January
which is renewable for two additional
years, plus travel support to APA
conventions and additional benefits.




Fellowships provide an annual stipend      Mid-January
for up to three years, plus travel support
to APA conventions and additional
benefits




Fellowships provide an annual stipend      Mid-January
for up to three years, plus travel support
to APA conventions and additional
benefits




Fellowships provide an annual stipend      Mid-January
for up to three years, plus travel support
to APA conventions and additional
benefits
Travel, hotel accommodations, meals,     Mid-March
and instruction materials for awardees
are paid by the program




Fellowship awards is $20,000 plus travel Mid-November
funds (to attend the APA Convention);
Runner-up applicants will be awarded
travel stipends to attend the APA
Convention and other conferences in
child psychology.




$17,000 plus a fully paid health plan and Late November
sick time and holidays




The stipend coming directly from the      Mid-January
MFP varies each year depending on the
amount set by the federal funding
agency. The exact amounts are subject
to change from year to year. However,
the MFP tries to ensure the financial
support of its Fellows at a level that is
based upon the NRSA mandated
guidelines by requesting various types of
“in-kind” support such as tuition
remission, etc, from the universities at
which students are training. The overall
package of support a student might
receive by becoming an MFP Fellow is,
in part, dependent on the support
available from the university.




$15,000 per annum.                       Late April-Early
                                         May
Twelve-month stipend of $20,500, plus Mid-February
$1500 for research expenses, and $750
for research-related travel




$18,000 stipend plus travel                Late March-Early
reimbursement                              April




1st prize: $2000; 2nd prize: $1250; 3rd    Late November-
prize: $750; Honorable mention (4):        Early December
$250.




$1500 stipend for 10 weeks in summer.      Late January
Plus furnished apartment




Stipend of $6,000 for full participation   Mid-March
($2,000 per month) plus $500 toward
project-related expenses

Maximum $24,000 stipend. Not               Mid-February
renewable.




Airfare, lodging, per diem to cover        Late January
meals, transportation, incidentals and
$1,200 stipend to be paid at conclusion
of internship
In 2003, the annual salary was $77,207    Late January-
                                          Early February




Along with financial support, recipients    Late February
are given office space and access to all
AEI facilities. Stipends will be negotiated
on a case-by-case basis

Interns receive a 2-year appointment at Mid-October
the GS-9 salary level ($34,451 to 44,783
per year).




Two-month internship throughout the       Late January
year - spring, summer and fall. No
reimbursement; all costs borne by the
student or by the student's sponsor
Position is for three months, at 1000     Mid-March
Friends' Portland offices, paid at $1,500
a month, with limited assistance
available for travel expenses to and from
Portland.



The Fellows receive a $25,000 stipend     Early January
for the nine months, and health
insurance. Housing is not included



Annual stipend of $21,500, which may      Mid-April
be renewed for up to 2 additional years
$50,000 for a one-year term (September Mid-January
through August), plus allowances for
relocation, travel, and health insurance




$19,000 annual stipend for up to three      Late April-Early
years not to be used for tuition and fees   May




Stipend, tuition (up to $5,000 per year),   Varied
and some travel expenses, for a period
of one year




$400 a week stipend, plus free housing      Late January-
and round-trip travel for distances         Early February
greater than 100 miles

Up to $400 in travel, all meals and         Mid-March
lodging, a stipend of $200, and up to
$200 in books on research ethics




$1,000                                      Late January
$12,000, payable in monthly               Late July-Early
installments, and renewable for 2         August
additional years, with satisfactory
progress certified by the individual's
academic advisor
The stipend varies depending on country Varied
of destination, and covers travel plus
living expenses for the fellow plus
dependents

Stipend of $28,000-$33,000 for the        Late October
academic year plus a tuition allowance




Support for residence at the MBL,         Mid-December
Woods Hole, Mass. for 14 weeks .
Fellowship includes travel within North
America and support for a spouse and
dependents. Lab space, equipment,
housing, and board are provided




living expenses, travel to and from IIASA Mid-January
- no financial assistance for dependents.




A grant of $21,500/year for two years     Late November-
                                          Early December
Based on number of years completed        Varied
towards degree, range is from $32,644
to $54,776, based on yearly rates




$3,000                                    Mid-March




Tuition benefits plus an annual stipend of Late January-
$22,000 for up to 3 years. Fellows are      Early February
eligible for additional research mini-grant
funds up to $8,500




A stipend of $4,500 for the 10-week       Mid-February
period of full-time work


A stipend of $45,000 for the 12-month   Mid-January
fellowship period, beginning October 1.
In addition, there are limited funds to
reimburse travel and research expenses.
Extension or renewal of appointments is
competitive, not automatic
First Year: $30,500. Second Year: $      Early January
31,000. Third Year: $ 31,500. .




Each winning student or team receives Late May
$20,000 and a $2,000 gift certificate to
Hewlett-Packard. The winner's academic
advisor receives $10,000

$16,000 annually, plus university will   Early November
cover tuition and fees
Three-year $30,000 stipend with an        Early November
additional $10,500 / year toward the cost
of education




$40,500                                  Early November




Weekly stipend of $275 to $525; off-     Varied
campus tuition and fees, if necessary;
and limited travel expenses between
laboratory and home or campus




Stipend based on research area(s) and Varied
academic classificatio. Time ranges from
one month to one year




Stipend based on research area(s) and    Late February-
academic classification. Time ranges     Early March
from three months to one year. Full or
part time
$400 - $500 weekly stipend depending       Early December
upon academic classification; limited
travel reimbursement. Support for ten
weeks in the summer




Weekly stipend of $585; limited travel     Mid-February
reimbursement. Three months in the
summer



Stipend based on research area(s) and      Varied
degree.




Annual award designed to provide           Late August-Early
stipend support for individuals engaged    September
in a multidisciplinary research training
program that will create or extend their
credentials in informatics




$40,000 annual stipend made to              Late September-
institution on behalf of fellow . May be up Early October
to two years of support
Stipend of $20,000 a year, payable     Late August-Early
monthly, for a minimum of one year and September
a maximum of two years. The award
period may commence with any month
other than September through
December



Stipend of $20,000 a year, payable     Late September-
monthly, for a minimum of one year and Early October
a maximum of two years




$1,500 per month for a minimum period Late September-
of three months or any period of time up Early October
to 24 months with a maximum stipend of
$18,000




$2500 to $5000                         Mid-March

$77,000 stipend for year one and       Mid-October
$80,000 for year two




A stipend of $4,500 for the ten-week   Mid-January
period. There are no allowances for
travel and research
A stipend is provided, at the rate of     Mid-January
$22,000 per year. Allowances are
provided also for research and moving
expenses. Financial support is not
provided for the dependents of fellows




The stipend is granted for a minimum of Varied
9 months, but may be awarded for up to
17 months. The maximum amount of the
award is $30,000




Stipend for three to five years           Varied




Internships are for two to four months.   Varied
Salary levels are commensurate with
candidate's experience




A stipend of $2,300 per month for 12     Mid-January
months; renewable for up to 2 additional
years, upon satisfactory progress.
Tuition payment is not specified, but is
"competitive with other national
fellowship programs”
$2,300/month for 12 months. Full tuition Late January
and fees paid
$1,250 per month                          Varied




Awards provide a maximum of $35,000 Mid-April
for 12 months or $53,500 for 24 months
of postdoctoral research. These
amounts include stipend, fringe benefits,
supplies, equipment, and travel
expenses.
Up to $42,000 stipend for fellow, up to   Mid-December
$10,000 to department to support
research for 12-24 months




$3000 per three months of award.          Late August-Early
                                          September




Stipend in the first year of $40,000.     Late January




$20,000 a year payable monthly for a     Late September-
minimum of one year and a maximum of Early October
two years. Of the $20,000 awarded
annually, $500 a year may be used for
incidentals directly associated with the
thesis research preparation

$1,000 to $2,500 for direct costs         Late January-
associated with the project               Early February
Six Months: $20,000. Eleven Months:     Late January-
$30,000. (no additional benefits, ie:   Early February
health insurance, ect)




Varied                                  Varied




Grants of up to $5,000 each to cover    Late March-Early
research costs, i.e. computer time,     April
duplicating, payment to subjects, etc




Up to $12,000 for one year . Fellows are Late December
eligible to reapply in subsequent years
Unknown                                 Late January-
                                        Early February


Awards range from $250 to $1,000        Varied




$12,000, plus a $3,000 housing/travel   Early February
allowance in return for teaching one
undergraduate women's studies course
at Mount Holyoke College




Up to $10,000 in tuition and stipend    Mid-January


Up to $500 is awarded to up to 20       Varied
presenters


Postdoctoral Research Leave             Mid-November
Fellowship: $30,000; Dissertation
Fellowship: $20,000; Summer/Short-
Term Research Publication Grant
:$6,000




$500-$1,000                             Mid-April
$1,000                                  Late February




Varied according to award               Late October-
                                        Early November




Non-stipendiary visiting residency of   Early February
either a semester or a year




One grant of up to $5,000 to cover      Late March-Early
research costs, i.e. computer time,     April
duplicating, payment to subjects, etc




Unknown                                 Late June-Early
                                        July




Master's/Professional Fellowship: .     Late November-
$18,000. Doctorate Fellowship: $20,000. Early December
Postdoctoral Fellowship: $30,000
$500                                     Mid-January




$500                                     Mid-February




Up to $6,000                             Late January-
                                         Early February




Majority of tenure in residence at        Early January
McNickle Center for one month to a
year. Monthly stipend varies according to
need but is up to $8000

$15,000 stipend for six months           Early January




12-month stipend of $20,000, in addition Mid-April
to an annual cost-of-education allowance
of up to $12,000. Master's students may
be supported up to 2 years and doctoral
students up to four years . Stipend is not
intended to be used as research grant

$375 per week from June through late     Mid-March
August
Master's and First Professional Awards: Master’s and First
$5,000-$12,000. Engineering             Professional
Dissertation Awards: $20,000            Awards: Early
                                        January.
                                        Engineering
                                        Dissertation
                                        Awards: Mid-
                                        December




To attract qualified underrepresented    Mid-February
minority students to graduate study in
areas of interest to the semiconductor
industry

$3,000 to be used for expenses           Mid-October
connected with the dissertation




$6,000 for up to two years.              Mid-November




Grants-in-aid not exceeding $6,000 for   Mid-December
one year (12 months) of study
$9,000 stipend for 7 month period plus   Mid-May
tuition assistance
      Fellowship                       Link                     Category                   Broad
                                                                                         Categories
American Iris Society:      http://www.irises.org/       plant sciences, iris      Agronomy & Horticulture
Grant for Graduate Study
of the Iridaceae
American Wine Society       http://www.americanwineso    viticulture, enology, wine, Agronomy & Horticulture
Educational Foundation:     ciety.org/web/educ_founda    food, science,
Academic Scholarships       tion.htm                     horticulture
Garden Club of America      http://www.gcamerica.org/s   landscape architecture, Agronomy & Horticulture
and the Landscape           cholarship/thomas.html       horticulture, botany
Architecture Foundation:
The Douglas Dockery
Thomas Fellowship in
Garden History and Design

Garden Club of America      http://www.gcamerica.org/s landscape architecture,     Agronomy & Horticulture
and the University of       cholarship/ecorestor.html horticulture, botany
Wisconsin-Madison
Arboretum: The GCA
Fellowship in Ecological
Restoration
Garden Club of America:     http://www.gcamerica.org/s ethnobotany, botany,        Agronomy & Horticulture
Anne S. Chatham             cholarship/chatham.html    medicine
Fellowship in Medicinal
Botany
Garden Club of America:     http://www.gcamerica.org/s tropical botany,            Agronomy & Horticulture
Awards in Tropical Botany   cholarship/tropical.html   horticulture, science

Garden Club of America:     http://www.centerforplantco botany, horticulture,      Agronomy & Horticulture
Catherine H. Beattie        nservation.org/             conservation, ecology.
Fellowship

Garden Club of America:     http://www.gcamerica.org/ horticulture, agriculture,   Agronomy & Horticulture
Katharine M. Grosscup                                 landscape architecture
Scholarships
Garden Club of America:     http://www.gcamerica.org/ landscape architecture,      Agronomy & Horticulture
Summer Scholarship in                                 horticulture, botany,
Field Botany                                          summer.

Garden Club of America:     http://www.gcamerica.org/s landscape architecture,     Agronomy & Horticulture
The Loy McCandless          cholarship/marks.html      horticulture, science,
Marks Scholarship                                      travel
Herb Society of America,      http://www.herbsociety.org/ herbs, sciences,         Agronomy & Horticulture
Inc.: Research and                                        humanities, social
Education Grant                                           sciences, botany,
                                                          horticulture
Horticulture Services         http://www.si.edu/research/ Washington DC, travel,   Agronomy & Horticulture
Division (Smithsonian                                     horticulture, botany,
Institution): Enid A. Haupt                               landscape architecture
Fellowship in Horticulture


Pioneer Hi-Bred               http://www.pioneer.com/we plant breeding             Agronomy & Horticulture
International, Inc.:          b/site/portal/
Research and Product
Development Pioneer
International Scholarship

Rainforest Alliance,      http://www.rainforest-         forestry, ecology,        Agronomy & Horticulture
Research in Tropical Non- alliance.org/                  environmental sciences
Timber Forest Products:
Kleinhans Fellowship




Rocky Mountain Nature      http://www.rmna.org/          botany, zoology, geology, Agronomy & Horticulture
Association: Fellowship in                               history, ecology,
the Rockies                                              ornithology, wildlife
                                                         sciences, park
                                                         management

UC Berkeley: U.S.             http://www.cnr.berkeley.ed social sciences,          Agronomy & Horticulture
Community Forestry            u/community_forestry/      economics,
Research Fellowship                                      environmental science,
(CFRF) Program                                           forestry, agriculture,
                                                         natural resource
                                                         management,
                                                         environmental policy
                        Description

Annual award to support U.S. and Canadian graduate
students in the study of Iridaceae, with preference being
given to studies emphasizing the genus Iris L.
Annual program to support graduate study in enology,
viticulture, health aspects of wine, and the responsible use
and appreciation of fine wines.
Annual award to support graduate students doing research to
further the study of history and design in the American garden
and to look at the future of gardens and their unique place in
our environment.




Annual grant to support study and research in ecological
restoration as well as advance knowledge and increase the
numbers of scientists in this field.




Annual grant to enable study in medicinal botany.




Annual awards to promote the preservation of tropical forests
by enlarging the body of botanists with field experience.

Annual award to promote conservation of rare and
endangered flora in the U.S. through the programs for the
Center for Plant Conservation headquartered at the Missouri
Botanical Garden.
Annual award to encourage the study of horticulture and
related subjects.

Annual award to support undergraduates and Master's
students in summer field botany research in the United
States. Goal is to increase the importance of botany to the
field of horticulture.
Annual award for a well-qualified science student above the
freshman year to assist with a project in tropical ornamental
horticulture that has been accepted by an accredited U.S.
college or university. The scholarship is for a U.S. graduate or
undergraduate student who wishes to study, pursue an
internship, or do research in the field of ornamental tropical
horticulture at an appropriate foreign institution.
Annual award to further the knowledge and use of herbs and
contribute the results of the study and research to the records
of horticulture, science, literature, history, art or economics.

Annual award to support graduate students and postdoctoral
scholars for study at the Smithsonian Institution at
Washington, D.C. for 12 to 24 months. Fellows are expected
to begin their 12-month term between June 1 and October 1.
The award may be extended for an additional 12 months.

Annual scholarship program to contribute to agricultural
research and education in developing countries by sending
outstanding international students to U.S. universities for
doctoral study in plant breeding.



Annual program that supports research to better understand
and improve the impacts of non-timber forest product (NTFP)
harvest and marketing on rural livelihoods and tropical forest
ecosystems. A successful application will outline the need for
research, its potential applications and its likely impact on
local communities and forest ecosystems.

Annual fellowship to provide an opportunity for one graduate
student to spend three months in Rocky Mountain National
Park to learn about wildlife programs, vegetation and riparian
studies, fire|ecology, cultural sciences, archeology and
historic structures management or other fields of interest to
the park.
The purpose is to promote mutual learning among graduate
students and forest communities about the conditions and
practices that promote the sustainable management of
forests.
                                  Eligility

U.S. and Canadian citizens registered in graduate studies in plant
sciences or related fields and engaged in research as described

Citizens of the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Bahamas, and West Indies; Current
or entering graduate students who intend to work in the wine industry after
completing their degree program
Graduate students for study and research at a US institution




Open to graduate students pursuing an advanced degree; Study should
conform to the Society of Ecolgical Restoration’s definition: The process
of assisting the recovery and management of ecological integrity (which)
includes a critical range of variability in biodiversity, ecological processes
and structures, regional and historical context and sustainable cultural
practices".
Open to Ph.D. candidates and postdocs




Ph.D. candidates at American universities, conducting field research in
tropical botany

Preference given to graduate students whose projects focus on the
endangered flora of the Carolina's and southeastern US; No nationality
requirements

Graduate students at the masters degree level, preferably from IN, KY,
MI, OH, PA and WV

Advanced undergrad or graduate student in Master's degree




Advanced undergrad or graduate student; Must be a U.S. citizen
Persons with a proposed program of scientific, academic or artistic
investigation of herbal plants.


Students registered in a master's or Ph.D. degree program in one of
these fields of study and individuals who have completed such degree
programs; Fellows must be fluent in the English language.




Applicants should have been accepted in a doctoral program for plant
breeding at a U.S. institution; Applicants should be from developing
countries and intend to return to their country of origin; Applicants must be
nominated and sponsored by a Pioneer manager, found through the
"Pioneer Global Network Link" at the Web site: www.pioneer.com.

Must have Master's degree; PhD and postdoctoral students are preferred,
however applicants may substitute relevant experience for degrees; The
Kleinhans Fellowship research area is restricted to Latin America;
Applications for projects conducted in the Pet’n region of Guatemala or
Southern Mexico are especially encouraged



Must be currently enrolled in or recently graduated from a graduate
program




M.A. and Ph.D. level students at any institution of higher learning to
support their field work in communities in the US
           Stipend Award                Deadline

$5,000 per year, up to three years   Mid-March


$2,500                               Late March


$4,000                               Mid-January




$8,000                               Mid-January




$4,000                               Mid-January




$5,500                               Late December


$1,000 - $4,000.                     Late December




Up to $3,000                         Late January-
                                     Early February

$1,500                               Late January-
                                     Early February


$2,000                               Mid-January
Up to $5,000                              Late January




Stipend and research allowances for a     Late February-
period of 12 months in residence at       Early March
Washington, D.C.




$20,000 per year for up to 3 years of     Late March-Early
study                                     April




$15,000 per year for two years. Does not Late December
subsidize tuition, fees or cover the costs
of unnecessary or unreasonable
equipment purchases




Free housing, $5,000 stipend and          Late January-
$3,000 for research expenses              Early February




Awards up to $15,000 for dissertation      Late January-
fellows, up to $7,000 for masters fellows, Early February
and $2,000 for predissertation fellows

								
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