The Killam Fellowships Program provides an opportunity for exceptional undergraduate students from universities in the United States to spend either one semester or a full academic year as an exchange student in Canada. Students may participate in the program either as a direct exchange student (registering at their home university, paying their home fees, and attending the host university as an exchange visitor) or as a self-placed visiting student (registering at the host university and paying host tuition fees).
Value: $5000 for one semester; $10,000 for academic year
Eligibility: All American applicants for the Killam Fellowships Program must be U.S. citizens; full-time undergraduate students in good standing at a fully accredited degree granting college or university in the United States; have met the eligibility requirements of their home university(as they relate to the participation in international exchange programs); be fluent in the English language (and/or French, where appropriate);have a superior and competitive academic record; complete the application process prior to the published deadlines, in the case of the direct exchange applicants; and, be nominated by one's home university.
The Fellowship is awarded annually to a woman to develop and carry out a special project in New England that will improve the lives of poor and homeless women and further the mission of Rosie’s Place. Eligible projects could include the following:· A policy initiative or campaign· A creative arts program· The development and implementation of a needed service· The creation of an innovative project aimed at reducing poverty, promoting social justice and empowering poor and homeless women.The Fellowship is 12 months long and is awarded on a one-time basis to an eligible woman.
Eligibility: Any interested woman age 21 or over is eligible to apply. She and her proposed project must be physically based in New England (MA, VT, CT, RI, ME, NH).
The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress announces a new Kluge Fellowship in Digital Studies to examine the impact of the digital revolution on society, culture and international relations using the Library’s collections and resources.The Library’s John W. Kluge Center seeks proposals from scholars worldwide that will generate deep, empirically-grounded understanding of the consequences of the digital revolution on how people think, how society functions, and on international relations. Proposals may also explore and analyze emerging trends and new phenomena that may generate consequential changes in the future. All proposals must state the importance of the research to fundamental thinking about the human condition.
Value: $4200 per month
Eligibility: Open to scholars and practitioners worldwide. Open to U.S. citizens or foreign nationals. Open to scholars from all disciplines. Ph.D. or other advanced terminal degree strongly preferred.
Fellowship Type: Graduate, Fellowship Type: Post-Graduate, Fellowship Type: International Students
Nomination: No, but strongly suggested to work with Fellowships Office
Fellowships for exceptional young men and women committed to teaching science and mathematics in United States high schools.
Value: $150,000 over the course of the five-year Fellowship. Fellows receive tuition assistance while participating in a teacher credentialing program, monthly stipends, and grants for professional development and teaching materials.
Eligibility: KSTF Science and Mathematics Teaching Fellows are chosen from among individuals who have earned or are in the process of earning a degree in a discipline related to the science or math subject(s) they intend to teach. Fellowships are intended for individuals committed to teaching high school mathematics, physical sciences or biological sciences.
KSTF is seeking individuals who have outstanding and current content knowledge; thus applicants should have a recent content degree (typically within the last 5-10 years). We are also seeking candidates who have the capacity and determination to commit to teaching as their primary career; the fellowship is not intended for those who have previously established a career (typically more than 5-10 years) in another field.
The KSTF Teaching Fellowship is intended to support beginning high school science and math teachers. Individuals who have recently earned a secondary teaching credential (no earlier than January 1, 2013) or will earn their credential no later than September 1, 2014 are eligible to apply for the 2014 Fellowship.
Kobe College Corporation-Japan Education Exchange Graduate Fellowship
The KCC Japan Education Exchange Graduate Fellowships Program was established in 1996 to support qualified graduate students for research or study in Japan. The purpose of the fellowship is to support future American educators who will teach more effectively about Japan.
Value: Between $25,000 and $30,000
Eligibility: Applicants must be graduate students who have passed their qualifying exams, been advanced to candidacy at their universities, and at the dissertation stage. There are no restrictions as to research topic, place of study in Japan, gender or age of the applicant. The travel grant may not be used for language training. Preference will be given to applicants who are already proficient in research level Japanese language. Research interests may include (but are not limited to) the arts, culture, education, language, history, journalism or business. Preference will be given to applicants to have not previously studied or lived in Japan.
Major: Japan Studies
Fellowship Type: Graduate
Category: Dissertation | International
Nomination: No, but strongly suggested to work with Fellowships Office
The Year Abroad Scholarship supports Polish language studies at the Jagiellonian University's Center of Polish Language and Culture in Cracow, Poland. Scholarships are awarded under the auspices of the Foundation's Exchange Program with the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
Value: Tuition waiver, 1,350 zloty monthly living allowance, Additional $900 per semester
Eligibility: Undergraduate sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduate students who have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and who are US citizens may apply. Students who are Polish citizens are not eligible. Preference given to applicants of Polish descent.
The L’Oréal USA For Women in Science fellowship program awards five women postdoctoral scientists annually with grants of $60,000 each for their contributions in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields and commitment to serving as role models for younger generations.
Eligibility: The eligibility criteria are as follows:
Must have a conferred PhD and have started in a postdoctoral research position by December 31, 2015
Must maintain the status of postdoctoral researcher throughout the fellowship year
Must be American born, naturalized citizen or permanent resident
Must be affiliated with a U.S. based academic or research institution
Must plan to conduct their postdoctoral studies and research in the U.S.
Must be involved in basic research in the life and physical/material sciences, engineering & technology, computer science and mathematics
Cannot be in a faculty position
Must commit to at least twenty hours of activity in support of women and girls in science (e.g. mentoring, classroom visits, media, events)
Must be available the week of October 4-7, 2016 for the For Women in Science Awards Week
Major: STEM fields
Nomination: Must work with UNH’s Office of Sponsored Programs Administration
The fellowship will help fund a proposal designed by the applicant to conduct brief work in a foreign country related to the mandate of UNESCO – using education, natural sciences, social and human sciences, culture, and/or communication and information to build strong ties among nations.The fellowship is intended for American college/university students who express an interest in international collaboration but as of yet had not been afforded many opportunities to travel abroad.The length of time for the travel is expected to be between 4 and 6 weeks and should include interaction with individuals from other nations. During his/her travel, the recipient should be willing to participate in public diplomacy events arranged with the pertinent U.S. State Department Consulate, Mission, and/or Embassy.Following the travel, the recipient agrees to submit a report describing experiences and analyzing objectives achieved; share his/her experiences with others; and be available to make a presentation to the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO.
Eligibility: Must be a U.S. Citizen eligible for foreign travel
Must be at least 18 years old and not older than 25 at the time of application
Must be currently enrolled in an accredited U.S. college or university in the United States
Lend for America is a fellowship for college students to start microfinance organizations in campus communities. You’ll spend 8 weeks learning from hard working Americans and microfinance practitioners about the opportunities for microfinance to transform business owners and communities by reviewing loan applications, opening savings accounts, and coaching clients. All of your travel expenses are paid and you’ll receive a $2,500 stipend.
Eligibility: Must be US citizen; must be able to commit to program dates
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society- translational research program
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS) Translational Research Program (TRP)was established to encourage and provide support for new and novel clinical research. The goal of the program is to accelerate transfer of findings from the laboratory to clinical application.The program's purpose is to fund research that shows high promise for translating basic biomedical knowledge to prevention or new treatments and, ultimately, to prolong and enhance life.
Value: maximum of $200,000: includes direct costs and a maximum overhead of $20,000 or 11.1 percent of direct costs per year for three years.
Eligibility: Applicants (Principal Investigator) must hold an M.D., Ph.D., or equivalent degree, and work in domestic or foreign non-profit organizations, such as universities, colleges, hospitals or laboratories. Applications may involve multiple such institutions and the Applicant (Principal Investigator) should have an independent research or academic position. Applicant (Principal Investigator) need not be U.S. citizens, and there are no restrictions on Applicant (Principal Investigator) age, race, gender or creed. Applications from non-academic facilities and the National Institute of Health are not eligible. Current TRP Grantees are eligible to reapply for an extension of similar research by submitting a Renewal Application (see Renewal Guidelines and Instructions). An Applicant (Principal Investigator) may only submit one application at a time.