Graduate School Scholarships and Fellowships

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Amount: $1000
Journalism and Mass Communication Scholarships

Selection is based on scholarship, writing ability and commitment to media study.

Amount: $1000
Journalism and Mass Communication Scholarships

Selection is based on scholarship, writing ability and commitment to media study.

Scholarships and Awards

Communication majors, Journalism and Media Studies majors, and Master of Information students should complete the scholarship application associated with that award.

Amount: $10000
Arthur Zankel Urban Fellowship

The Media and Social Change Lab is a hub for multimodal scholarship and projects that creatively engage media in service of understanding and effecting social change. One fellow will be placed at the Educational Video Center , a non-profit youth media organization dedicated to teaching documentary video as a means to develop the artistic, critical literacy, and career skills of young people, while nurturing their idealism and commitment to social change. The rationale for this project is based on the need to create teaching spaces for first year and second candidates for this triple certification program of studies. During their first year, teacher candidates are required to complete field hours but they are not entering their student teaching placements until their second year of studies.

Assistantships

Theeducational theory and management skills presented in the Higher Education program lend themselveswell to the issues and instances that the graduate student will face while working with these offices.Courses in Student Issues, Multicultural Counseling, as well as Communication Theory andOrganizational Dynamics offer a meaningful background in preparing the graduate student to work withStudents of Color, International students and Hispanic students families as they become acclimated toour campus, as well as with domestic students desiring to travel abroad during their course of study atMarywood.

Fellowships Office

Erin Ploss-Campoamor, 1999, in Cinema Cinema Studies graduate student. Cade Bursell, 1998, in Cinema Cinema Studies graduate student. Srybnik Film Award, Cinema Studies graduate student. Ching-Ching Ip, 1994, Graduate Award in Film Cinema Studies graduate student. Susanne Fairfax, 1992, Graduate Award in Film Cinema Studies graduate student. Lisa Austin, 1991, Graduate Award in Film Cinema Studies graduate student.

Amount: $48000
Funding Opportunities

Purpose: The purpose of this funding opportunity announcement is to stimulate investigations including translational, epidemiologic and clinical studies and trials that improve the understanding, prevention and clinical outcomes of non-HIV infections transmitted from women to their offspring during pregnancy, labor and delivery, and breastfeeding. Purpose: This RFA provides funding for investigators performing pilot and exploratory research studies whose purpose is to test interventions, develop research methodologies, and explore novel areas of research in palliative care of cancer patients and their families.

NY Sea Grant

Sea Grant is unique in how it draws upon its Extension program to extend these studies, putting science-based into the hands of a wide variety of coastal stakeholders, says New York Sea Grant Interim Director Kathy Bunting-Howarth.

Media Arts Grant for Radio Television Film

The previous funding structure — for film, theatre, and research grants — was administered by the Dean’s Advisory Council Funding was allocated to three separate programs: media arts grants administered by RTVF, performing arts grants by the Theatre and Performance Studies departments, and scholarship research grants for students pursuing other avenues in the communication arts and sciences.

Media Desk in the David Kirk Digital Scholarship Commons

The David Kirk Media Center supports the study and teaching of film and digital media, acting, languages, music, and other disciplines. Pictures of the Media Desk and Digital Scholarship Commons. The Media Desk supports the study and teaching of film and digital media, acting, languages, music, and other disciplines.