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Yearly stipend: $25,000 Duration: 4 years Eligibility: all new doctoral students College-nominated, selected by UCF Graduate Fellowships CommitteeView Information. Yearly stipend: $20,000 Duration: 3 years Eligibility: doctoral student in a good academic standing Fellowship application due April 1View Information. Stipend: $25,000 in year one years 2-4 variable based on program assistantship stipend levels Duration: 1 year of fellowship support 3 years of graduate assistantship support Eligibility: all new doctoral students College-selected. Yearly stipend: $3,000 Duration: 3 years Eligibility: incoming doctoral students accepted to a professional doctoral program College-nominatedView Information. Yearly stipend: $19,000 Duration: 2 years Eligibility: new doctoral students admitted to the Conservation Biology PhD program College-nominated, selected by UCF Graduate Fellowships CommitteeView Information.
Enhancing Diversity in Graduate Education Doctoral Fellowship Program Details
Two distinct EDGE programs serve Stanford doctoral students: one in the social and behavioral sciences, business, education, and the humanities , and the other in science, technology, engineering and mathematics The EDGE Doctoral Fellowship Program reflects Stanford commitment to fostering intellectual excellence in graduate education by enrolling a diverse student body and creating a vibrant and supportive educational environment. The EDGE-STEM and EDGE-SBE Doctoral Fellowship Programs provide some of the university most outstanding doctoral students with a supportive intellectual community and a set of extremely valuable resources at a critical juncture in their academic development.
GRI-NEH Pre and Postdoctoral Fellowships
Getty Predoctoral Fellowship applicants must have advanced to candidacy by the time of the fellowship start date and should expect to complete their dissertations during the fellowship period. GRI-NEH Postdoctoral Fellowship The Getty Research Institute offers two residential Postdoctoral Fellowships, made possible through a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities These fellowships are funded by the NEH and are part of the Getty annual scholar and fellow program. The stipend for the ten-month GRI-NEH fellowship is $42,000. The GRI-NEH Postdoctoral Fellowship also provides workspace, housing, and transportation comparable to other Getty fellowship programs. If applicant are ing for the GRI-NEH Fellowship, applicant will indicate this selection in the application form. Application Availability and Deadline for all Fellowships Complete application materials are now accepted through an application process.
Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship Program
The university strongly encourage programs to nominate a diverse group of students the selection committees strive to award fellowships to a diverse set of recipients. Selection committees also aim to represent the disciplinary breadth of Rackham doctoral programs through the overall portfolio of awarded fellowships. A minimum Eighty-two Rackham Predoctoral Fellowships will be available for . Fellowships include a stipend of $32,640 , candidacy tuition and required fees for twelve months. GradCare health and dental insurance will be provided during the fellowship period. Predoctoral funding cannot be used at the same time as other Rackham funded programs Students must be nominated by their program for this fellowship. A complete nomination packet for the Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship consists of the following. Fellowship committees place strong emphasis on this statement.
Departments may apply for University Graduate Fellowships to support their efforts to recruit and support doctoral students towards a degree. First-Year URM fellowship: for a first-year, underrepresented, domestic doctoral student . Students are qualified for the First-Year Fellowship if they are starting their first year in the doctoral program. Students are qualified for the Dissertation-Year Fellowship if they are starting their final year of study and are preparing to defend a dissertation during the fellowship year. Departments may supplement the graduate research fellowship stipend with additional scholarship funds or funds to increase the GRA pay rate. The fellowships will cover course and technology fees, but will not pay for campus fees.
Joint PhD Program Funding
To be eligible for the award, a student must be in good standing in the Joint Doctoral Program. These fellowships will be awarded in a combined competition. The major purposes of this award are to help support and honor students in the Doctoral Program in Social Work and Social Science whose written work exemplifies the goals of the Program in relation to the integration of social work and social science, and to encourage students to prepare such work for possible publication or conference presentation. It supports doctoral students whose research focuses on minority populations with low income and education, with a preference for research on issues faced by African American males.
Auburn University Samuel Ginn College of Engineering
The Woltosz’s gift is instrumental in sustaining the success of this program, and fellowship recipients are known as Woltosz Fellows. Gavin III Fellowship Program for doctoral students. Gavin’s transformational gift has allowed the college to grow this vital program, and the doctoral fellowship recipients are known as Gavin Fellows. Fellowships are structured as financial supplements to departmental graduate research assistants and Graduate Teaching Assistants offers and include tuition fellowships. College-level Fellowship: These fellowships provide a $6,000 annual supplement to a GRA GTA appointment with a minimum stipend of $18,000 per year. College-level fellowships are primarily awarded to doctoral students for a duration of up to four years, while a limited number of college-level fellowships may be awarded for a duration of two years for master’s students.
Annual Internal Fellowship Competition for Continuing Graduate Students
Recipients will receive a $5,000 research travel allowance and may not receive the Jastro-Shields Research Award or the UC Davis and Humanities Graduate Research Award in conjunction with the Schwall Dissertation Year Fellowship. This is a nine-month fellowship open to continuing students in Food Science Technology and Agricultural Environmental Chemistry Graduate Groups in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences to offer where a preference will be given to funding at least one top international graduate student each year. This is a nine-month fellowship open to continuing graduate students with financial need. Recipients may not receive a Jastro-Shields Research Scholarship or the Floyd and Mary Schwall Dissertation Fellowship during the same fiscal year. Approximately 25 fellowships will be awarded.
No duties are attached to these fellowships.For external graduate fellowships, see here. Fellowships are awarded to graduate students of exceptional ability and promise whose research is focused on Latin America. Graduate programs include Arts and Sciences Fellowships in funding packages to recruit doctoral students of exceptional ability and promise, either for their first year in the Ph.D. program or for later years. Internally Competive Predoctoral Fellowship for Continuing Ph.D. Students These fellowships are awarded to doctoral students of exceptional promise and ability across the disciplines. Fellowships are awarded to graduate students of exceptional ability and promise whose research is focused on Latin America nominees must be in the first three years in a Ph.D. program.
A fellowship for students working toward a master doctoral or law degree that in some way focuses on community associations or common-interest properties. The Council on Foreign Relations, through its International Affairs Fellowship Program, offers fellowships to those interested in theory and practice in international relations. The Soros Fellowships for New Americans support thirty individuals a year for up to two years of graduate study in any subject anywhere in the United States. The Fellowship provides $20,000 maintenance and half tuition wherever the Fellow attends. The fellowships are in support of first-year graduate or professional study. The fellowship must be expended within a time limit of two years and in accordance with the work plan provided by the candidate.