Graduate School Scholarships and Fellowships


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Amount: $1000
Ethnicity, Nationality and or Identity

American Political Science Association Minority Fellowship Program for pursuit of doctoral degrees in political science African Americans, Asian Pacific Americans, Latinos as, and Native Americans. Cafe del Futuro Scholarship Essay Contest essay competition for Latino a students. Cintas Fellowship in Visual Arts and Music Composition visual photography, arts, literature artists with Cuban citizenship or of direct descent Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Environmental Studies Scholarship two awards of $10,000 each to minority and women college students pursuing a degree in environmental science or other related fields of study must have junior class standing in college with a declared major in environmental science or a related field, with a 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale and be a the students.S. citizen or legal the students.S. resident.

Amount: $5000
Chancellor ADVANCE Postdoctoral Fellowship

Peer-reviewed articles of this research have been published in Cultural Anthropology and American Anthropologist. Broadly, both through teaching and research, he is interested in exploring the cultures and histories of Latin America through a global lens. Dr. Marquez’s research has been funded by fellowships from the Fulbright-Hays, the Conference on Latin American History, and the Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities. Chancellor’s ADVANCE Postdoctoral Fellowship Research Topic: The social life of plants: Black and Latina reproductive laborers in the the students.S. Sunbelt, 1921-1963. Chancellor’s ADVANCE Postdoctoral Fellowship Research Topic: Transport, distribution and bioaccumulation of Perfluoroalkyl Substances Levine Memorial Dissertation Award from the Sexualities Section of the American Sociological Association. Chancellor’s ADVANCE Postdoctoral Fellowship Research Topic: 19th Centry race gender surveillance regimes theories of sovereignty and abolition visual studies.

Amount: $1000
Outside Scholarships

Eligibility Requirements:The American Indian Law Review National Writing Competition is proud to offer a scholarship to law students who author an article on any legal issue specifically concerning American Indians. Eligibility Requirements: The Philippine American Bar Association Foundation is proud to offer a scholarship to a law student who has demonstrated a commitment to serving the needs of the Asian Pacific American, with an emphasis in the Filipino-American community. Eligibility Requirements: The Hispanic National Bar Association of Orange County is proud to offer a scholarship to third-year law students of Latino origin and involved in the Latino community.

Amount: $4000
Financial Aid Scholarships

ROY WELLS BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP: Enrolled in courses in College of Business Administration, 2.85 GPA or higher, selection based on character, scholarship, potential in the individual area of study and financial need, Texas resident.

Amount: $10000
Outside Funding Opportunities - Harvard Divinity School

The AHA offers grants relating to work in progress on a research project in American colonial history, with particular reference to the intercultural aspects of American and European relations. Sinclair Kennedy Traveling Fellowships are awarded to Harvard graduate students for one academic year of travel, study, and or research outside the United States. This scholarship was established to support Japanese or Japanese-American students who are in the master of divinity program or other ministerial preparation programs and are considering becoming ordained pastors or missionaries to serve Japanese or Japanese-American churches. The Rooks Scholarship is available annually to members of the United Church of Christ who are African American, Hispanic American, Asian American, Native American Indian or Pacific Islander and are pursuing a PhD, ThD, or EdD.

Amount: $1000
Scholarships Financial Aid

The purpose of the fund is to promote the study of both Greek and Latin at UNH by providing scholarship assistance to students showing the greatest promise of excelling at both languages at the advanced level. The COLA Fund for Study in Italy supports UNH COLA students with a demonstrated interest in art, art history, and Italian language who plan on studying abroad in Italy. He was active in a number of professional geographical and Franco-American organizations and was a founding member of the Eastern Historical Geography Association and an incorporator of the Franco-American Centre in Manchester, N.H. He received the Distinguished Service Award from the New England-St. Lawrence Valley Geographical Society in 1988.

Amount: $1000
National Fellowship Opportunities - Graduate School

American Philosophical Society Phillips Fund Grant for Native American Research Provides grants for graduate students completing research in Native American linguistics, ethnohistory and the history of studies of Native Americans, in the continental United States and Canada. Council of American Overseas Research Centers The Council of American Overseas Research Centers offers PhD candidates who are in the dissertation writing stage of their doctoral work and Post-doctoral scholars researchers an opportunity to fund regional and trans-regional research. Dorot Fellowship in Israel The Dorot Fellowship is designed to assemble and empower a network of young Jewish lay leaders to enliven the American Jewish landscape. Provides funding for students in modern foreign languages and area studies.

Amount: $1000
Other Scholarship Deadlines

The National Security Agency through this program will pay tuition and book costs at the college of their choice in return for their employment at the NSA for a length of 1½ times the length of study in college. The American Architectural Foundation offers this scholarship to provide assistance to students from a minority and or financially disadvantaged background who intend to pursue a professional degree in architecture. Today, Latino students account for only 5.4 percent of the students.S. students studying abroad, but a new scholarship program aims to change that.

Amount: $3500
External Funding - Graduate School

Huntington Library Fellowships The Huntington Library is an independent research center with holdings in British and American history, literature, art history, and the history of science and medicine. National Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering and Science GEM Fellowships The National Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering and Science GEM Fellowships provide support for graduate study in engineering and science for American Indian, African American, Mexican American, Puerto Rican, or other Hispanic Americans with at least junior-year status. NISS Dissertation Grants are designed to support outstanding Ph.D. students who need additional resources to complete doctoral work that promises to significantly advance their fields of study.

Amount: $1000
Funding For Students

The Korean Studies Program Prize for Writing awards $1,000 for outstanding writing in an essay, term paper, or thesis, within the area of Korean Studies. The Center for Latin American Studies invites proposals for Stanford graduate students to attend and present on topics related to Latin America at academic conferences. The Nelee Langmuir Award will be given to a student working in Modern European History, with a preference given to work on the Holocaust, and offers a prize of $500. The Steven and Debi Wisch Fellowship is awarded to outstanding Stanford doctoral students who have demonstrated potential to advance scholarship in South Asian Studies.