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Amount: $25000
METHODOLOGY AND MEASUREMENT IN THE BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

MECHANISM OF SUPPORT The primary mechanism of support will be the investigator-initiated research project grant In addition, the announcement will support competing supplements for existing grants. Specific application instructions have been modified to reflect MODULAR GRANT and JUST-IN-TIME streamlining efforts being examined by the NIH. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS FOR MODULAR GRANT APPLICATIONS: Applications requesting up to $250,000 per year in direct costs must be submitted in a modular grant format. The modular grant format simplifies the preparation of the budget in these applications by limiting the level of budgetary detail. Section C of the research grant application instructions for the PHS 398 (rev. This policy applies to all investigator-initiated new , competing continuation , competing supplement, or any amended or revised version of these grant application types.

Master of Social Work

If applicant are a student in good standing within Social Work applicant are eligible to for these internal scholarships. Note: Scholarship will be renewable throughout the recipient’s academic career as long as the recipient maintains demonstrable need and satisfactory progress toward the social work degree. He had a distinguished career in social work education and earned a reputation for being an advocate of student development and for graduate education.

Fellowship Recipients UChicagoGRAD

University of Chicago students excel in external fellowship, grant, and scholarship competitions, such as the Fulbright the students.S. Student Program, the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, the Ford Foundation Fellowship, and many others. American Academy of Arts and Sciences Science and Technology Postdoctoral Fellowship. Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality Dissertation Fellowship. Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality Residential Fellowship. Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture and the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality Joint Dissertation Fellowship. Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture Graduate Research and Travel Grant. Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture Residential Fellowship. DAAD Graduate Scholarship for Study and/or Research in Germany.

Financial Aid

The Helen Louise McCullough Endowed Scholarship Fund for Social Work The Baylor Helen Louise McCullough Endowed Scholarship Fund provides assistance for worthy baccalaureate students pursuing a career in social work. Mark and Holly Trice Endowed Scholarship The Mark and Holly Trice Endowed Scholarship is awarded on the basis of merit and/or need to provide assistance to deserving baccalaureate students who plan to pursue a career in social work. This scholarship provides assistance to deserving baccalaureate students who are pursuing a major in social work. Robert and Martha Guthrie Scholarship The Robert and Martha Guthrie Endowed Scholarship Fund is awarded to students who are pursuing a degree in social work with an emphasis on gerontological studies.

Amount: $10000
Fellowship and Award Opportunities

Award for the summer to support the research and study abroad of graduate students in the humanities and social sciences.

Amount: $10000
Funding Scholarships

Supports scholars who are interested in social work practice in tribal communities and who are or will be future leaders in American Indian child welfare practice.Major: Social Work, graduate onlyOther preferences: Students interested in career that administers and delivers child welfare services to American Indian communities, both on the reservation and in the urban areas. Awarded to an Education or Social Work student who can demonstrate a commitment to strengthening families.Major: Education or Social WorkOther preferences: Must demonstrate financial need. Awarded to full-time students working towards a degree offered in the area of Psychology or Social Work.Major: Psychology or Social WorkOther preferences: Must demonstrate financial need.

Interdisciplinary Opportunities in the Humanities and Social Sciences

Applications will be accepted from 5th and 6th-year graduate students in any discipline of the humanities or social sciences whose dissertation topics deal with the early modern era While especially robust in the areas of the history of science and military iconography, it features unique materials and objects related to a diverse range of pertinent topics in the history of the Early Modern world, including art and architecture, Asian studies, Islamic studies, popular performance , book arts, early printed books, children’s literature, history of medicine, printing and publishing history, caricature, military history, festival books and the occult.

Amount: $18000
Anthropology

$23,000 fellowship open to doctoral candidates in the Humanities or Social Sciences engaged in the study of human rights who have been formally admitted to candidacy and will have completed all field work for the Dissertation by September of the year in which the fellowship is to begin.

Amount: $9000
Scholarships Financial Aid

To be considered for financial aid and or named scholarship awards, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid for each academic year they study at NYU Silver. Other organizations such as NASW and NYS Higher Education Services Corporation offer loan forgiveness for social workers. This Fellowship aims to support an underserved population of Veterans and their families by developing a strong cadre of social workers with exceptional military cultural competency. This scholarship grant is aimed at assisting or graduate students further their education as well as expand their social responsibility and community service footprint in the world.

Awards Received

Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality Graduate Teaching Fellowship: Solveig Nelson. Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture Predissertation Research Grant: Ingrid Greenfield. Pre-Dissertation Fellowship from the Council for European Studies at Columbia University: Julia Langbein.