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150 Scholarships for Graduate Students
To help fund your graduate degree, follow our guide and use the interactive tool to sort through over 150 scholarship opportunities for graduate students based on your field of study and award amount.
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Air and Waste Management Association (A&WMA)
Graduate Scholarships
The Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA) provides several scholarships to outstanding students who are pursuing courses of study and research leading to careers in air quality, waste management, environmental management / policy / law, and sustainability.
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Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advancement Foundation
Usually offer several sholarships to graduate students. Information is usually posted in November of each year.
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Amelia Earhart Fellowship Zonta International Foundation
Deadline : November 15
Established in 1938 in honor of famed pilot and Zontian, Amelia Earhart, the Amelia Earhart Fellowship is awarded annually to women pursuing Ph.D. degrees in aerospace-related sciences or aerospace-related engineering.
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American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Foundation Grants
Grants are open to all geology graduate students. Grants are based on merit, and in part, on the financial needs of the applicant. Although the focus of the program is the support of qualified candidates for Masters or equivalent degrees, qualified doctoral candidates are also encouraged to apply.
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American Association of University Women (AAUW)
International Fellowships
International Fellowships are awarded for full-time study or research in the United States to women who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Both graduate and postgraduate studies at accredited U.S. institutions are supported. Applicants must have earned the equivalent of a U.S. bachelor's degree by September 30, and must have applied to their proposed institutions of study by the time of the application. Up to five International Master's/First Professional Degree Fellowships are renewable for a second year. Recipients are selected for academic achievement and demonstrated commitment to women and girls. Recipients return to their home countries to become leaders in business, government, academia, community activism, the arts, and sciences.
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American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Horton Research Grant in Hydrological Sciences
Grants are awarded each year in support of Ph.D. candidates in hydrology or water resources research.
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American Institute of Physics
Congressional Science Fellowships
The American Institute of Physics annually sponsors one scientist to spend a year providing scientific and technical advice to Congress. The American Physical Society also runs its own APS Congressional Science Fellowship program, with the same purpose. Both programs are operated under the auspices of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, which sponsors its own Fellows, as well.
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American Institute of Physics
State Department Science Fellowship Program
The American Institute of Physics in collaboration with the Department of State and with the American Association for the Advancement of Science has established an AIP State Department Science Fellowship program. Under this program, AIP will sponsor at least one Fellow annually to spend a year working in a bureau or office of the State Department. This is an opportunity for a scientist to provide scientific and technical expertise to the Department, and help raise awareness of the value of scientific input, while learning about and contributing to the foreign policy process.
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American Society for Microbiology (ASM)
Robert D. Watkins Graduate Research Fellowship
The goal of the fellowship is to increase the number of underrepresented groups completing doctoral degrees in the microbiological sciences. The ASM Robert D. Watkins Graduate Research Fellowship is aimed at highly competitive graduate students who are enrolled in a Ph.D. program and who have completed their graduate course work in the microbiological sciences. The fellowship encourages students to continue and complete their research project in the microbiological sciences.
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Beinecke Scholarship
Each year approximately 125 colleges and universities are invited to nominate a student for a Beinecke Scholarship, and 20 new scholarships will be awarded in 2014. To be eligible to receive a Beinecke Scholarship, a student must be a college junior, a citizen of the United States and have a documented history of receiving need-based financial aid during his or her undergraduate years, and be interested in a a graduate degree in the arts, humanities and social sciences.
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Big Ten Academic Alliance
Minority Graduate Application Fee Waiver
The CIC FreeApp program is designed to expand participation of underrepresented students in graduate education. Through this program, prospective students can apply for a graduate application fee waiver or request graduate information for Ph.D. or Master of Fine Arts programs at CIC institutions, which includes all Big Ten schools plus the University of Chicago.
MSU students desiring more information about the FreeApp program can contact : Trina Trefil, Michigan State University, The Graduate School, 118 Linton Hall, East Lansing, Michigan 48824; Phone: 517-353-4738; Email: trefiltr@msu.edu
Also listed under Grants for Individuals -- Minorities
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Big Ten Academic Alliance
Traveling Scholar Program
The Traveling Scholar Program enables doctoral-level students at any CIC university to take advantage of educational opportunities--specialized courses, unique library collections, unusual laboratories--at any other CIC university without change in registration or increase in tuition. Since the CIC Traveling Scholar program began in 1963, more than 5,300 doctoral candidates at the CIC universities have taken advantage of the Traveling Scholar Program, which allows study for up to two semesters or three quarters at another CIC campus.
MSU students desiring more information can contact : Stephanie Opatrny-Smith, Michigan State University, The Graduate School, 118 Linton Hall, East Lansing, Michigan 48824; Phone: 517-355-0301; Fax: 517-353-3355; Email: sos@msu.edu
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Boren Graduate Fellowships
Deadline: January 28, 2016; On-campus deadlines vary
The National Security Education Program (NSEP) David L. Boren Graduate Fellowships enable U.S. graduate students to pursue specialization in area and language study or to add an international dimension to their education. Boren Fellowships support students pursuing the study of languages, cultures, and world regions that are critical to U.S. national security but are less frequently studied by U.S. graduate students, i.e., areas of the world other than Western Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. It is hoped that recipients of Boren Fellowships will comprise an ever-growing cadre of experts whose enriched educational and professional experiences will enable them to provide leadership and direction in our national commitment to economic growth, international peace and security, and the promotion of democracy abroad. The Academy for Educational Development (AED) considers it a distinct pleasure to serve as the administrative agent for this important program.
Also listed under Grants for Individuals - International Travel and Study Abroad.
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Chateaubriand Fellowships for Science & Technology Research in France
The Chateaubriand Fellowship in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics & Health for doctoral students aims to initiate or reinforce collaborations, partnerships or joint projects between French and American research teams. The Chateaubriand Fellowship supports PhD students registered in an American university who wish to conduct part of their doctoral research in a French laboratory. This fellowship is offered by the Office for Science & Technology (OST) of the Embassy of France in Washington in partnership with American universities and French research organizations such as Inserm and Inria. It is a partner of the National Science Foundation's GROW program.
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Christine Mirzayan Science & Technology Policy Graduate Fellowship Program
Deadline : Oct. 15
Engages fellows in analytical process that informs U.S. science and technology policy and develop skills essential to working in science policy at the federal, state, or local levels
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College and Graduate School : Scholarships, Fellowships and Grants for Students
An outstanding resource on the internet created and maintained by Francisco Alberto Tomei Torres, Ph.D.
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College Scholarships and Graduate Fellowships
Francisco (Paco) A. Tomei Torres, Ph.D. has started a Google Group to post information about scholarhips, fellowships, internships etc.
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Collegiate Inventors Competition
For an application and further information contact, Paul Kunce, Program Coordinator at (330) 849-6887, send e-mail to pkunce@invent.org, or write The BFGoodrich Collegiate Inventors Program, c/o Inventure Place, 221 S. Broadway Street, Akron, Ohio 44308-1505.
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Student Financial Aid : Fellowships
Currently lists over 100 opportunities.
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Ford Foundation Fellowships
Ford Foundation Fellowship awards are offered at the Predoctoral, Dissertation and Postdoctoral levels. Fellowships are awarded in a national competition. Awards are made to individuals who, in the judgment of the review panels, have demonstrated superior academic achievement, are committed to a career in teaching and research at the college or university level, show promise of future achievement as scholars and teachers, and are well prepared to use diversity as a resource for enriching the education of all students. To be eligible to receive a Ford Foundation Fellowship award, you must be a citizen, national, and permanent residents (holder of a Permanent Resident Card) of the United States, or individuals granted deferred action status under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program. Receipt of the fellowship award is conditioned upon each awardee providing satisfactory documentation that he or she meets the eligibility requirements.
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Fulbright Foreign Student Program
The Fulbright Program brings citizens of other countries to the United States for Master's degree or Ph.D. study at U.S. universities or other appropriate institutions. Foreign students apply for Fulbright Fellowships through the Fulbright Commission/Foundation or U.S. Embassy in their home countries. The Institute of International Education (IIE) arranges academic placement for most Fulbright nominees and supervises participants during their stay in the United States. See the Fulbright website for country specific information.
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Fulbright-Hayes Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program
Michigan State University has been selected to receive funding under this program for September 2015 through March 2017. The Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad (DDRA) Program provides opportunities for prospective postsecondary teachers in the field of modern foreign languages and area studies to conduct doctoral dissertation research overseas.Eligible applicants are institutions of higher education. Graduate students submit fellowship applications through their respective institutions. Grantee institutions disburse grant funds to their fellows. Grants are awarded for an 18-month period, within which fellows must complete their respective research projects. Competitions are conducted annually. Proposals focusing on Western Europe are not eligible. Contact Roger Bresnahan with questions or interest (Email bresnaha@msu.edu or call (517) 432-8244).
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Dr. Charles & Marjorie Gliozzo Dissertation Research Scholarship
The Gliozzo Dissertation Research Scholarship is for doctoral students who wish to undertake field research abroad for the purposes of their dissertations. Applicants must meet the following criteria:
1. Applicants should be citizens and permanent residents of the United States.
2. Applicants are enrolled in doctoral programs at MSU, have garnered sufficient academic credits, have clearly-delineated dissertation research objectives and ideally have or are in the process of defended/defending their research prospectus/proposal.
Application deadline: March 17
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Graduate Fellowships and Scholarships and Related Advice
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(Harry Frank) Guggenheim Foundation Dissertation Fellowships
Deadline: February 1
The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation (http://www.hfg.org/) welcomes proposals from researchers into any of the natural and social sciences or humanities that promise to increase understanding of the causes, manifestations, and control of violence, aggression, and dominance. Highest priority is given to research that can increase understanding and amelioration of urgent problems of violence, aggression, and dominance in the modern world. In addition to the program of support for postdoctoral research, 10 or more dissertation fellowships are awarded each year to individuals who will complete the writing of their dissertation within the award year. The fellowships, which include a stipend of $10,000 and are only awarded for the final year of Ph.D. work, are designed to contribute to the support of the doctoral candidate so that s/he completes his/her thesis in a timely manner. Visit the foundation Web site for eligibility requirements and application information. Contact: The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation, 527 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10022; Tel: (212) 644-4907; Fax: (212) 644-5110.
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Intercollegiate Studies Institute
Graduate Fellowships Program
Deadline : February 15
ISI's Graduate Fellowship Program is characterized by the observation of Richard M. Weaver that "a liberal education specifically prepares for the achievement of freedom." After more than fifty years, the ISI graduate fellows program boasts some of the most distinguished figures in the academy and public life. Each year ISI grants Richard M. Weaver Fellowships to students who intend to use their advanced degree to teach, and Henry Salvatori Fellowships to students doing graduate work related to the American Founding. Each of these fellowships seeks to uphold the idea of academic excellence and the role of education in producing persons capable of making reasoned choices in favor of liberty.
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International Dissertation Research Fellowships and Grants for Graduate Students Beginning in 2018-2019
Compiled by David Wiley, Christine Root, and Tara Reyelts, Michigan State University, August 25, 2017.
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(Robert S.) McNamara Fellowships
Deadline : February 11
This site addresses the programs sponsored by The World Bank, including the Robert S. McNamara Fellowships Program. You should note that the Robert S. McNamara Fellowships are only applicable for developing country nationals pursuing a PhD. The Robert S. McNamara Fellowships Program was established in 1982 to honor the former President of the World Bank, by contributions from the World Bank and the governments of Bangladesh, China, India, Kuwait, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, and former Yugoslavia. Every year the Program provides grants of up to $25,000 to PhD candidates from developing countries to conduct innovative, development-related, PhD research under the supervision of a research advisor at a host institution abroad. Fellows must commit to return to their home country when their fellowship ends to complete their PhD and to work.
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Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowships
These fellowships are to assist graduate students in the humanities and related social sciences in the last year of Ph.D. dissertation writing. This program aims to encourage timely completion of the Ph.D. Applicants must be prepared to complete their dissertations within the period of their fellowship tenure or shortly thereafter. ACLS will award 65 Fellowships in this competition for a one-year term beginning between June and September 2009 for the 2009-2010 academic year. The Fellowship tenure may be carried out in residence at the Fellow's home institution, abroad, or at another appropriate site for the research. The total award of up to $33,000 includes a stipend plus additional funds for university fees and research support. These Fellowships may not be held concurrently with any other major fellowship or grant.
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Michigan State University
Graduate School
Dissertation Completion Fellowships
One hundred and twenty(120) fellowships are available annually to allow students to devote full time to writing the dissertation with the goal that the dissertation will be completed during the tenure of the fellowship. Other MSU financial support, held simultaneously with the fellowship, cannot exceed a one-quarter time assistantship or the equivalent.
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Michigan State University
Graduate School
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Michigan State University
Graduate School
Funding Opportunities for Graduate Students
Provides current scholarship, fellowship, and internship information of interest to Michigan State University graduate students.
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Michigan State University
Honors College
National/International Fellowships and Scholarships (NIFS)
Any MSU students interested in applying for the Churchill, Marshall, Mitchell, Rhodes, or National Science Foundation scholarships, or for competitive undergraduate scholarship such as the Hollings, Goldwater, Truman, or Udall Scholarships should check out this website. For more information contact: National/International Fellowships and Scholarships, Michigan State University, 105 Eustace-Cole Hall, 468 East Circle Drive, East Lansing, MI 48824-1041; Telephone : (517) 355-2326; E-mail: nifs@msu.edu.
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Michigan State University
Honors College
National/International Fellowships and Scholarships (NIFS) for Graduate Students
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Michigan State University
International Studies and Programs
Office for International Students and Scholars
Financial Aid
There are limited financial resources available to international students at MSU. Loan and grant programs are either short term or to be used as degree completion loans. These financial packages are not designed to support your full academic program at MSU.
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Michigan State University
Office of Financial Aid
Short Term Loan Programs
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National Academies
Fellowships Office
The Fellowships Office (FO) of the National Academies administers predoctoral, postdoctoral, and senior fellowship awards on behalf of government and private/foundation sponsors; these fellowship awards play an important role in the career development of doctoral and postdoctoral researchers and scholars for the academic, federal, industrial and international workforce. Current opportunities are as follows:
(1) Ford Foundation Fellowship Program. Through its Fellowship Program, the Ford Foundation seeks to increase the diversity of the nation's college and university faculties. Administered by the National Research Council (NRC) since 1979, these programs provide fellowship support at the predoctoral, dissertation and postdoctoral levels. Eligibility is limited to U.S. citizens who can demonstrate superior academic achievement, are committed to a career in teaching and research at the college or university level, show promise of future achievement as scholars and teachers, and are well prepared to use diversity as a resource for enriching the education of all students.
(2) The Research Associateship Programs (RAP). The NRC Resident Research Associateship Programs were established in 1954. The goal of this program is to provide advanced training for highly qualified graduate postdoctoral and visiting scientists, while enhancing the research conducted in federal laboratories and affiliated institutions. A wide variety of research opportunities are available at top research laboratories across the U.S. and in select foreign locations. These awards are open to U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and with some limitations, foreign nationals in all fields of science and engineering.
(3) Jefferson Science Fellowships. Recognizing that knowledge of state-of-the-art science, technology, and engineering (STE) is essential to the formulation and implementation of U.S. government policy, the Secretary of State began the Jefferson Science Fellows (JSF) program at the U.S. Department of State, in 2003. Tenured academic scientists and engineers from U.S. institutions of higher learning are eligible. Fellows spend one year at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C. Following the fellowship year, the Jefferson Science Fellow returns to his/her academic career, but remains available to the U.S. government as an experienced consultant for short-term projects.
(4) Vietnam Education Foundation. Established by the U.S. Congress through the Vietnam Education Foundation Act of 2000. The VEF provides fellowship support to Vietnamese nationals who wish to pursue graduate studies in STEM fields at U.S. institutions of higher learning. The VEF also supports postdoctoral opportunities for Vietnamese nationals for short term visits to the U.S. a well as funding U.S. faculty to teach in Vietnam. Since its inception, the Fellowships Office (FO) of the National Academies has played an integral role in the support of these programs.
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National Academies
Fellowships Office
Outside Fellowships, Scholarships, and Grant Sites
Lists additional sources for graduate funding.
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National Defense Science and Engineering (NDSEG) Graduate Fellowship Program
The U.S. Department of Defense is offering 90 NDSEG scholarships of $20,000 each to eligible graduate students in the science and engineering disciplines. Restricted to U.S. citizens or nationals. Applications are encouraged from women, persons with disabilities and minorities, including ethnic minority groups such as American Indian, Black, Hispanic, Native Alaskan (Eskimo or Aleut) or Pacific Islander (Polynesian or Micronesian). For more information, contact the Department of Defense, NDSEG Fellowship Program, 200 Park Drive, Suite 211, P.O. Box 13444, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709-3444; Telephone: (919)549-8505; Fax: (919)549-8205; E-mail: ndseg@aro-emhl.army.mil.
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National Physical Science Consortium
Graduate Fellowships in Science and Engineering
Application deadline: November 30
Applicants should have research experience in one of the following fields: Astronomy, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geology, Materials Science, Mathematical Sciences, Physics, or in related engineering fields such as Chemical, Computer, Electrical, Environmental, Mechanical.
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National Science Foundation
Graduate Research Fellowship Program
The purpose of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) is to help ensure the vitality and diversity of the scientific and engineering workforce in the United States. The program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students who are pursuing research-based master's and doctoral degrees in fields within NSF's mission. The GRFP provides three years of support for the graduate education of individuals who have demonstrated their potential for significant achievements in science and engineering research. The ranks of NSF Fellows include numerous individuals who have made transformative breakthroughs in science and engineering research, many who have become leaders in their chosen careers, and some who have been honored as Nobel laureates.
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National Science Foundation
Specialized Information for Graduate Students
The following programs provide either direct (i.e., from NSF) or indirect (i.e., from an awardee institution) funding for students at this level or identify programs that focus on educational developments for this group such as curricula development, training or retention.
(1) Arctic Research Opportunities
(2) Centers of Research Excellence in Science and Technology (CREST) and HBCU Research Infrastructure for Science and Engineering (RISE)
(3) Developing Global Scientists and Engineers (International Research Experiences for Students (IRES) and Doctoral Dissertation Enhancement Projects (DDEP)
(4) Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grants in the Directorate for Biological Sciences
(5) Dynamics of Coupled Natural and Human Systems
(6) East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes for U.S. Graduate Students
(7) Ethics Education in Science and Engineering
(8) Federal Cyber Service: Scholarship for Service
(9) Graduate Research Fellowship Program
(10) Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship Program
(11) International Research and Education: Planning Visits and Workshops
(12) National STEM Education Distributed Learning
(13) NSF Astronomy and Astrophysics Postdoctoral Fellowships
(15) Pan-American Advanced Studies Institutes Program
(16) Partnerships for International Research and Education
(17) Postdoctoral Fellowships in Polar Regions Research
(18) Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring
(1( Undergraduate Research Collaboratives
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Nationally Coveted College Scholarships, Graduate Fellowships and Postdoctoral
A compilation by Francisco Alberto Tomei Torres, Ph.D.
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Nationally Coveted Scholarships
National Scholarships and Databases Worth Considering By MSU Honors College and Academic Scholars
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NOAA Student Opportunities
This new web site provides scholarship, internship, and fellowship information for high school, undergraduates, graduates, and post-docs. NOAA is currently accepting applications for the following Student Opportunities:
Undergraduate Scholarship Program applications due by January 31
Graduate Sciences Program applications due by January 31
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(Bill) Raskob Foundation
A small family foundation set up to give deserving students undergraduate and graduate loans with no interest. It funds over one hundred applicants a year.
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Scholarly Societies Project
Scholarly societies often provide information about grants, scholarships, fellowships, postdoctorates, etc. via their journals and newsletters. This web page, compiled by the University of Waterloo Library, provides links to an ever growing collection of scholarly society web pages and their journals, newsletters, etc.
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(Evalee C.) Schwarz Charitable Trust for Education
A trust created to give 0% interest loans to deserving graduate and undergraduate students.
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Singapore Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)
A*STAR Graduate Academy offers and awards scholarships and fellowships to young aspiring scientific talent at top global universities to enable them to pursue their passion in science and to prepare for a rewarding R&D career. Since 2001, A*STAR has supported and nurtured a pipeline of more than 1300 local PhD talent, ensuring a sustainable flow of capable and committed PhD students and early-career researchers at public research institutes, industry and universities, as part of Singapore's efforts to strengthen the growing community of scientific talent in Singapore.
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Smithsonian Institution
Smithsonian fellowships are awarded competitively to graduate, pre-doctoral, or post-doctoral students -- or granted non-competitively to visiting professionals, students, scientists, or scholars -- are offered to individuals who design and develop proposals for independent study or collaborative research in fields pursued by and of interest to Smithsonian staff. Smithsonian fellows are generally appointed to terms lasting between 1 to 3 years.
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Social Science Research Council (SSRC)
Fellowships and Grants
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Soros Fellowship For New Americans (Paul and Daisy)
Deadline: November 1
Provides support for new Americans - naturalized U.S. citizen, child of two parents who are both naturalized U.S. citizens, or a resident alien who holds a Green Card. Full support is given for two years of graduate study in the United States. Fellows receive a $20,000 maintenance grant and a tuition grant of one-half the tuition cost of graduate program.
Also listed under Grants for Individuals - Minorities
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STEMGradStudents.science.gov STEM Funding Opportunities for Graduate Students
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Udall Foundation
Deadline : February 24
Two one-year fellowships of up to $24,000 are available to doctoral candidates whose research concerns U.S. environmental public policy and/or U.S. 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, 2010 through June 30, 2011. For additional information about the Udall Fellowship, including eligibility, program conditions, and biographies of recent fellows, please visit our website at www.udall.gov. While scholarly excellence is of prime importance in selection of fellows, the Foundation also seeks to identify individuals who have a demonstrated commitment to U.S. environmental public policy and/or U.S. environmental conflict resolution, and who have the potential to make a significant impact in the real world. Interdisciplinary projects are particularly welcome. If you have questions about the Udall Fellowship Program, please contact Jane Curlin, Senior Program Manager, at curlin@udall.gov
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University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
Graduate and Postdoctoral Extramural Support (GRAPES) Database
The GRAPES database catalogs extramural funding opportunities of interest to prospective and current graduate students, students working on a master's thesis or doctoral dissertation, and postdoctoral scholars. It contains information on over 500 private and publicly funded awards, fellowships, and internships. Advanced search options allow users to refine their search by field, academic level, award type, award amount, and other criteria. GRAPES is maintained by the Graduate Outreach, Diversity and Fellowships Office.
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University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana
Graduate College Fellowship Opportunities
Options include:
(1) View fellowships by name to see a complete list of all fellowships, sorted alphabetically.
(2) View fellowships by deadline date to see a complete list of all fellowships, sorted by application deadline date.
(3) View fellowships with upcoming deadlines to see fellowships with upcoming application deadlines.
(4) View fellowships by category to see a filtered list of fellowships by categories such as External, Science and Engineering, and Dissertation Completion. Please note that fellowships may be found in multiple categories.
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University of Kansas
Madison and Lila Self Graduate Fellowship
Doctoral Fellowships for Tomorrow's Leaders
The mission of the University of Kansas Madison and Lila Self Graduate Fellowship is to identify, recruit, and provide development opportunities for exceptional Ph.D. students in the sciences, engineering, business, medicine and pharmacy who demonstrate the promise to make significant contributions to their fields of study and society as a whole. The Self Graduate Fellowship is a four-year award consisting of an annual $30,000 payment (2015-2019).
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University of Texas Arlington External Funding Opportunities
The Office of Graduate Studies regularly posts external funding opportunities that are usually available to graduate students all across the country.
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University of Virginia
The Jefferson Graduate Fellowship Program
Deadline : December
Based solely on merit, the Jefferson Scholars Foundation and the University of Virginia seek to attract candidates who demonstrate exceptional potential as Scholars, teachers, and leaders, and who possess a willingness to share their passion with a broad audience.
Competitive applicants will exemplify outstanding academic ability and potential along with a capacity for leadership and an interest in sharing their knowledge with a broader audience. Applicants for candidacy for the Ph.D. at the University in any department in the College of Arts & Sciences, the Darden Graduate School of Business and the Law School. Candidates must be nominated by their departments. Once nominations are received, the Jefferson Scholars Foundation and the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences will host all candidates at a selection weekend in Charlottesville in February.
A living stipend of $30,000 renewable for five years. Research funds up to $7,500. Full tuition remittance and health insurance. For more information contact Doug Trout via phone at (434) 243-9067 or by email at dft6n@virginia.edu or Karen Tapscott via phone at (434) 243-9034 or by email at ktm6k@virginia.edu
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Zonta International
Amelia Earhart Fellowships
The Zonta International Foundation established this award to honor famed air pioneer and Zontian, Amelia Earhart. The award is for women who have completed at least one year of graduate study in an area of science or engineering which is closely related to advanced studies in the aerospace-related sciences. While often thought of as award just for those studying aerospace sciences, awards have been made for graduate study in such fields as aerospace, engineering, astronomy, astrophysics, biomedical engineering, computer science, fluid mechanics, geological oceanography, meteorology, molecular biology and space medicine. Therefore, this grant supports a wider range of study than commonly thought. Thirty-three to thirty-five grants of $6000 each are made yearly.
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Foundation Grants to Individuals Online (Main Library Access Only)
Find information about 10,000 foundation profiles at your fingertips, including foundation and public charity programs that have funded individual grantseekers for everything from scholarship opportunities to research needs. Updated weekly.
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An extensive online grants database owned and operated by Schoolhouse Partners, and it contains more than 16,000 funding opportunities provided by more than 5,100 unique sponsoring organizations. Also provides a selection of funding news.
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MSU Scholarships
Michigan State University has hundreds of scholarship opportunities available. Opportunities can be a combination of general scholarships (open to all students) and departmental scholarships (restricted to students within a specific major or field of study). Scholarships may be recommended to you at different times throughout the year as applications become available, so we suggest visiting MSU Scholarships often. Please keep in mind this section lists scholarships available regardless if you are eligible or not. Please note that some scholarships utilize an "Auto-Match" feature which will not require you to apply directly for the scholarship to be considered eligible. These scholarships will be indicated by the word "None" in the Action column. For scholarships for which you need to apply, please make a note of the deadline, as late submissions will not be accepted. Admitted students who have paid their deposit and currently enrolled students: Sign in using your MSU NetID and password to begin the scholarship application process. Once logged in, the system will automatically direct you to required applications.
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Career OneStop Scholarship Finder
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If you have access to the world wide web and are willing to fill in the online forms, this service promises a free customized list of financial aid sources. FastWeb is actually a searchable database of more than 400,000 private sector scholarships, fellowships, grants, and loans from more than 3,000 sources for all levels of higher education. First-time visitors have to register (first and last name and a user ID), then complete a profile, including background and fields of study. Registrants then receive a list of all currently relevant funding sources. The registration information is stored and can be used on subsequent visits. The entire sign-up process, and delivery of available funding sources, can be a bit tedious: about five to twenty minutes, depending on the connection speed. Approximately 500 new scholarships are added to the database daily, so registrants can stay current. Provided courtesy of Financial Aid Information Page and Student Services, Inc. created by Mark Kantrowitz and sponsored by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.
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HigherEdSpace Funding Directory
HigherEdSpace.com Funding Directory has a collection of funding opportunities / scholarships for college students, scholarships for graduate students, grants for professionals (including scientists, researchers, faculty members), scholarships for special groups such as minoirities, and travel and awards.
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Peterson's Graduate Scholarship Central
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Our database includes information on more than 700 funded fellowship programs for professionals, undergraduates, graduates, and postgraduates across all disciplines. For each fellowship, you can view related articles on the fellowship experience and fellowship application tips from former fellows. Note: Requires registration
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Sallie Mae's Graduate Scholarship Search Engine
Requires search engine.
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Scholarships.com has been providing students with a free college scholarship search tool and access to information on over 2.7 million scholarship and grant opportunities worth over $19 billion since 1998. The publishers personally screen the scholarships listed in our database to ensure students only legitimate awards. Also offers thirteen $1,000 area of study scholarship awards for students pursuing coursework in dozens of majors. We are members of both the National Scholarship Providers Association and the National Association for College Admission Counseling. Registration required.
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Cornell University
Graduate School Fellowship Database
The Cornell University Graduate School Fellowship Database is a database of fellowships, the majority of which are from non-Cornell sources. Those interested in consulting the notebook are welcome to do so. Please search under highlighted topics (General, Biological Sciences, Humanities, International Students, Minorities, Physical Sciences, Postdoctoral, Social Sciences, Study Abroad, Summer, Women) or type in your own keywords ("Einstein", "Kenya", "molecular biology", "January", etc.). Further inquiries regarding fellowships listed in the database should be directed to the sponsoring organization, rather than the Cornell Graduate Fellowships Office. The Fellowships Office limits its responses to requests for information from prospective applicants to Cornell and from current Cornell graduate students.
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Duke University
Graduate Student Opportunities
A listing of fellowships and grants for graduate study or dissertation research and/or writing.
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University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
Graduate and Postdoctoral Extramural Support (GRAPES) Database
The GRAPES database catalogs extramural funding opportunities of interest to prospective and current graduate students, students working on a master's thesis or doctoral dissertation, and postdoctoral scholars. It contains information on over 500 private and publicly funded awards, fellowships, and internships. Advanced search options allow users to refine their search by field, academic level, award type, award amount, and other criteria. GRAPES is maintained by the Graduate Outreach, Diversity and Fellowships Office.
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University of Chicago
Graduate Student Grants/Fellowships Blog
This blog is maintained by Sarah Tuohey, Assistant Dean of Students for Admissions and Fellowships in the Division of the Humanities at the University of Chicago.
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University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana
Graduate College Fellowship Opportunities
Options include:
(1) View fellowships by name to see a complete list of all fellowships, sorted alphabetically.
(2) View fellowships by deadline date to see a complete list of all fellowships, sorted by application deadline date.
(3) View fellowships with upcoming deadlines to see fellowships with upcoming application deadlines.
(4) View fellowships by category to see a filtered list of fellowships by categories such as External, Science and Engineering, and Dissertation Completion. Please note that fellowships may be found in multiple categories.
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University of Iowa Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development
External Funding Opportunities
An ever-expanding list of funding opportunities.
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The Main Library Reference Funding Center maintains a constantly expanding library of scholarship books, most of which are unavailable elsewhere on campus. Students should remember that no single resource covers every possible scholarship listing, and people who seek scholarships should research many resources in addition to databases and the Internet, so they can find as many scholarship listings for which they qualify as possible.

The books mentioned on this page are available for public use in the Michigan State University Libraries. If you are unable to visit our library, consider visiting a Foundation Center Funding Information Network Partner in your home state or a local public library in your home town. If the books are not available there, ask about interlibrary loan or visit a local bookstore to find out whether they can be purchased.

The Graduate School Funding Handbook. April Vahle Hamel and Jennifer S. Furlong. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c2012. 3rd edition, 200pp. Funding Center (1 East) LB2371.4 .H35 2012
For more than fifteen years The Graduate School Funding Handbook has been an invaluable resource for students applying to graduate school in the United States or abroad, at the master's, doctoral, and postdoctoral levels. Illuminating the competitive world of graduate education funding in the arts, humanities, sciences, and engineering, the book offers general and specific information in an intelligent, comprehensive, and straightforward manner so that readers can save time and make winning grant and fellowship applications....The authors include detailed descriptions of the types of funding offered graduate students, ranging from tuition scholarships to assistantships, work-study opportunities, and university loan programs. In addition, the handbook thoroughly covers the availability of nationally prominent grants and fellowships through the federal government and private organizations. This revised third edition provides a wealth of additional information and advice and details a number of new grant opportunities including several aimed at women, minorities, and other underrepresented student groups. Covering fellowships and grants for individual training, study abroad, research, dissertations, and postdoctoral work, the book includes useful addresses, deadlines, number of available awards, number of applicants, purpose of grants and restrictions, duration of awards, applicant eligibility, and application requirements. The information is comprehensive, detailed, and current, based on data from funding agencies through interviews, review of application packets, web site information, and the authors' many years of experience in the field.

Money for Graduate Students in the Arts and Humanities. Gail Ann Schlachter and R. David Weber. El Dorado Hills, Ca. : Reference Service Press, biennial. Funding Center (1 East) LB2337.2 .M664

Money for Graduate Students in the Biological Sciences. El Dorado Hills, Calif. : Reference Service Press, biennial. Funding Center (1 East) LB2337.2 .M653
Lists fellowships, grants, and awards set aside specifically for graduate students interested in working on a master's, professional, or doctoral degree in: Agronomy, Animal sciences, Botany, Entomology, Environmental sciences, Horticulture, Marine sciences, Veterinary sciences, Zoology, and related fields. Programs listed have to offer at least $1,000 per year to each recipient (and many go way beyond that, awarding full tuition or $30,000+ to graduate students annually), knowing that not one dollar of that will need to be repaid (provided, of course, that stated requirements are met)!

Money for Graduate Students in the Health Sciences. El Dorado Hills, Calif. : Reference Service Press, biennial. Funding Center (1 East) LB2337.2 .M6532
Lists fellowships, grants, and awards open to students interested in working on a master's, professional, or doctoral degree in: Dentistry, Genetics, Medicine, Nursing, Nutrition, Pharmacology, other related health fields. Targets programs that offer at least $1,000 per year to each recipient (and many go way beyond that, awarding full tuition or $30,000+ to graduate students annually), knowing that not one dollar of that will need to be repaid (provided, of course, that stated requirements are met)!

Money for Graduate Students in the Physical and Earth Sciences El Dorado Hills, Ca. : Reference Service Press, biennial. Funding Center (1 East) LB2337.2 .M6662
Describes 800 of the biggest and best fellowships, forgivable loans, grants, and awards set aside just for students interested in working on a master's or doctoral degree in: atmospheric sciences, aviation, chemistry, computer science, engineering, geology, mathematics, physics, space sciences, technology, or any other physical or earth science.

Money for Graduate Students in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Gail Ann Schlachter and R. David Weber. El Dorado Hills, Ca. : Reference Service Press, biennial. Funding Center (1 East) LB2337.2 .M667
A list of fellowships, grants, awards, loans, traineeships, and other funding programs set aside to support graduate study, training, research and creative activities in the social sciences; state sources of educational benefits; recommended financial aid resources; and a set of six indexes: title, sponsor, residency, tenability, subject, and deadline. Describes nearly 1000 funding opportunities for research and study in accounting, advertising, anthropology, business, criminology, demography, economics, education, geography, international relations, law, librarianship, marketing, political science, psychology, sociology, and the rest of the social sciences.

Scholarships, Fellowships, and Loans : A Guide to Education-Related Financial Aid Programs for Students and Professionals. Detroit, Mich. : Gale Research, annual. Funding Center (1 East) LB2338 .S35
Provides access to more than 7500 sources of education-related financial aid for students and professionals at all levels of study from undergraduate and vocational/technical to post doctorate and professional study. Comprehensive listings are provided for: architecture, area and ethnic studies, art, business, communications, computer science, education, engineering, health science, humanities, industrial arts, language, law, literature, liberal arts, library science, life science, mathematics, medicine, performing arts, philosophy, physical sciences, social sciences, theology and religion. Also includes information about federal financial aid, the AmeriCorps program, and state agencies administering financial aid.
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Annual Register of Grant Support
Wilmette, Ill. : National Register Publishing Co., annual. Funding Center (1 East) LB2336 .A7
Includes information on programs sponsored by government agencies, public and private foundations, educational and professional associations, special interest organizations and corporations. Covers a broad range of interests including academic and scientific research, publication support, equipment and construction support, in-service training, competitions and prizes, and travel and exchange programs. Organized by broad subject areas with four indexes: subject, organization and program, geographic and personnel.

Directory of Research Grants
Phoenix, Ariz. : The Oryx Press, annual. Funding Center (1 East) LB2338 .D5
An annual print version of the Grants Database. Contains information about grants and fellowships available for research projects from federal and state governments, private foundations, professional organizations, and corporations. List grants programs by specific funding areas; indexed by sponsoring organization and grant name.

Foundation Grants to Individuals
New York, N.Y. : Foundation Center, biennial. Funding Center (1 East) LB2336 .F6
The most comprehensive listing available of private foundations which provide financial assistance to individuals. The foundations described have made grants to students, artists, scholars, foreign individuals, minorities, musicians, scientists and writers for scholarships, fellowships, student loans, internships, residencies, arts and cultural projects, medical and emergency assistance, residencies and travel programs.

The Grants Register
New York, N.Y. : St. Martin's Press, annual. Funding Center (1 East) LB2338 .G7
The complete guide to postgraduate funding worldwide.


Advice for NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Applicants
Advice from Dr. Katy Colbry, College of Engineering, Graduate Recruiting Director.
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Applying for Artistic Grants and Fellowships
Advice from the IU GradGrants Center, 2011.
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Asking for Letters of Recommendation
One of the most important aspects of a student's application is the letter of recommendation. Depending on the grant or fellowship, a single applicant may need one to three letters that can attest to the strengths of both the student and his or her project. Strong letters of recommendation can be the decisive factor in whether or not a student receives funding and yet it is the part of the application over which a student has the least control. This web page provides a few tips to help you secure the strongest letters of recommendation possible. Advice from Dana Ohren, Indiana University's Graduate School Grad Grants Center.
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Do's and Don'ts for Fellowship Applicants
Advice from Guinevere L. Griest, Director, Division of Fellowships and Seminars, Grants Office, College of William and Mary. still available thanks to the Internet Archive.
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Dr. Karen's Foolproof Grant Template
Advice from Karen Kelsky appearing in The Professor Is In (July 16, 2011)
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Example Draft of a GRFP Letter of Recommendation
Courtesy of Vanderbilt University.
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Getting Inside the Grant Process : Writing Grants for Education Research
Advice from the Michigan State University College of Education IRTL unit, September 2012.
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Grant Seeking Process
Excerpts from Peterson's Grants for Graduate Students shared by the University of Chicago Graduate Affairs Web Site. Note : link works best with Mozilla Firefox.
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Grant Writing for Education
Lynda.com video. Requires registration.
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Grant Writing Tips for Graduate Students
Financial pressures have shifted grant writing to the forefront of skills that graduate students need to survive academic life. Some students receive instant gratification and get a grant the first or second time they apply. Far more common are repeated rejections. Advice from Lisa Patrick Bentley, Chronicle of Higher Education, November 11, 2010.
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A Guide for Proposal Writing
Practical advice for applying for research funding from the National Science Foundation.
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Helping Students to Tell Their Stories
Anthony B. Cashman, director of the Office of Distinguished Fellowships and Graduate Studies at the College of the Holy Cross, regularly provides workshops on his campus and at other institutions that seek to help students write effective personal essays for their graduate-school applications. In the four years he has served in his post at Holy Cross, its students have won 30 Fulbright scholarships, placing the college among the top few institutions of its type and size for number of awards....Students need to make three basic moves with their graduate-school applications, Cashman says. Without any guidance, students typically achieve only one or two of them, he adds. But they need to put together an application that responds to all three. Article by James M. Lang appearing in the Chronicle of Higher Education, September 20, 2012.
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How to Win A Graduate Fellowship
Advice from Michael Kiparsky, Chronicle of Higher Education, May 11, 2006.
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The Most Common Errors Made in Research Proposals and Applications
Adapted from How to Get Money for Research, by Mary Rubin, The Feminist Press, 1989. Advice from Indiana University's Graduate School Grad Grants Center.
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National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Essay Insights
Courtesy of Robin G. Walker, PhD, University of Missouri-Columbia.
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National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Essay Insights
Advice from Alex Lang, Boston University Grad Student
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On the Art of Writing Proposals : Some Candid Suggestions for Applicants to Social Science Research Council Competitions
Writing proposals for research funding is a peculiar facet of North American academic culture, and as with all things cultural, its attributes rise only partly into public consciousness. A proposal's overt function is to persuade a committee of scholars that the project shines with the three kinds of merit all disciplines value, namely, conceptual innovation, methodological rigor, and rich, substantive content. But to make these points stick, a proposal writer needs a feel for the unspoken customs, norms, and needs that govern the selection process itself. These are not really as arcane or ritualistic as one might suspect. For the most part, these customs arise from the committee's efforts to deal in good faith with its own problems: incomprehension among disciplines, work overload, and the problem of equitably judging proposals that reflect unlike social and academic circumstances. Some candid suggestions for applicants to Social Science Research Council competitions by Adam Przeworski, Department of Political Science, New York University, and Frank Salomon, Department of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin.
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Proposal Writing : the Art of Persuasion for the Fulbright, Marshall, and Rhodes
University of Cincinnatia. Institute for Global Studies and Affairs.
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Scholarly Pursuits: A Guide to Professional Development During the Graduate Years
The publication (12th edition) by Cynthia Verba of Harvard University provides advice on all aspects of professional development in preparation for an academic career and for enhancing PhD career opportunities more generally. It also includes samples of winning fellowship proposals, as well as CVs and cover letters for job applications.
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Tips and Pitfalls for Research Funding
Advice from Dr. Phil Magness, Academic Program Director, Institute for Humane Studies. "How do I secure money for ___?" Whether you're a grad student or faculty member, you have probably asked yourself that question at some point in your career. Perhaps it's tuition, or living expenses, or a grant to buy data or books. Maybe it's for travel to a conference, dues in a professional association, or a stipend to conduct research or prepare a manuscript for publication. The bottom line, as any decent economist will tell you: money is scarce, and it generally isn't handed out free of charge for pure benevolence. While the quest for research funding is highly competitive, here are a few tips you should consider to help your name stand out from the pack and, hopefully, maximize the return.
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Writing a Fellowship Proposal or Statement of Purpose
This article explains the procedures involved in preparing a dissertation proposal. Article by Cynthia Verba, The Multicultural Advantage.
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Writing Effective Grant Proposals for Individual Fellowships in the Humanities and Social Sciences
Courtesy of Susan Stanford Friedman, University of Wisconsin-Madison via Carleton College.
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Writing Fellowship Essays
Advice from Swarthmore College.
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Writing Personal Statements Online : A Handbook for Students Applying for Scholarships and Graduate Study
For students, personal statements and application essays are among the most difficult and most important documents they will ever write. They are difficult because they require both introspection and polish, and important because the writer may literally be competing for tens of thousands of dollars in a huge field of outstanding candidates. A writing tutor who has provided guidance on more than a thousand graduate applications, Joe Schall advises you on how to be competitive but not cocky, informed but not formulaic, openly creative yet professional. As you consider ways to write your way into your future, count on this website to help you grow and thrive in the process. Joe Schall was the Giles Writer-in-Residence for the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences at Penn State from 1988 until 2008.
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Writing Proposals for ACLS (Advancing the Humanities) Fellowship Competitions
Advice from Christina M. Gillis.
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Writing the Humanities or Arts Proposal
Advice from the University of Michigan Division of Research and Development Administration. Still available thanks to the Internet Archive. Works best with Mozilla Firefox.
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Writing the Personal Statement courtesy of the Purdue Online Writing Lab
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Some MSU sponsored guides


Introduction to Grants and Fellowships (Part 1) (Powerpoint Presentation)
Prepared by Qiana Green, Institute for Research on Teaching and Learning, Doctoral Student Research and Support, September 2015.
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Budget Preparation for Research Projects (Part 2) (Powerpoint Presentation)
Prepared by Qiana Green and Dr. Marcy Wallace, Institute for Research on Teaching and Learning, Doctoral Student Research and Support, October 2015.
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How to Write a Competitive Grant Application (Part 3) (Powerpoint Presentation)
Prepared by Megan Drangstveit, Institute for Research on Teaching and Learning, Doctoral Student Research and Support, March 2015.
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Dissertation and Research Funding : Search and Writing Resources
Prepared by Megan Drangstveit, Institute for Research on Teaching and Learning, Doctoral Student Research and Support, April 2015.
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The Grants Process : An Introduction to Proposal Development
Powerpoint prepared by Mary Anne Walker, College of Engineering, Fall 2017.
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Writing Winning Graduate Fellowship and Graduate Research Applications
Powerpoint prepared by Mary Anne Walker, College of Engineering, 2018.
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