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Department Funding Sources
Doctoral Program Funding
Senior Teaching Fellowships
Summer Teaching Opportunities
BU Internal Funding Sources
NOTE: this is a limited list.
Graduate Research Abroad Fellowships
- The Short-term GRAF provides $4,000 to support travel and living costs during a relatively brief period of study abroad, during the summer or for a portion of an academic semester.
- The Long-term GRAF enables a student to spend an extended period of foreign-based study. It provides $10,000 to cover living, travel, and research expenses. This award also provides, while the student is abroad for one semester to one year, Continuing Study Fees and participation in the BU student health plan.
The Graduate Research Assistant Scholarship Program
Students supported by sponsored research grants may be eligible for tuition scholarships through the Graduate Research Assistant Scholarship Program.
The Whitney M. Young Jr. Fellowship
African Studies Fellowship
Graduate Writing Fellows
Graduate Student Organization
Boston University Women’s Guild
Pardee Center Summer Fellowships
External Funding Sources
FELLOWSHIP GRANTING INSTITUTIONS AND PROGRAMS
The American Council of Learned Societies (Dissertation Writing)
WEB PORTALS/LISTINGS OF FELLOWSHIPS
Horowitz Foundation Awards
The Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy is soliciting submissions for grants for 2014. The awards support scholars in the final stages of their work toward a PhD—that is, in their research and dissertation preparation after their proposal has been approved by their committee. You have previously recommended a candidate for an award, and we hope you will alert other prospective candidates know about the awards this year.
The deadline for 2014 proposals is January 31, 2015, though submission by December 15 is strongly encouraged to permit us adequate time to acknowledge receipt and notify candidates if their application is not complete. The foundation’s website (www.horowitz-foundation.org) provides additional information, and an application that may be downloaded. Materials should be submitted electronically to facilitate processing.
We appreciate your past participation, and hope to work with you and your promising graduate students in the future.
Federal Programs and Fellowships
The Federal Programs and Fellowships that support graduate students, including programs that fund individual scholars and programs which fund university activities involving multiple students.