Fellowships and awards are great financial support options for graduate school. They do not require repayment and often come with no requirement other than academic progress. Graduate students at IU find support through internal fellowships and awards, which is money that comes directly from IU. Students, please note that the individual departments or schools submit the nomination for majority of these awards and fellowships. Students must be nominated by their schools or departments to receive one of our recruitment awards.
Debra Mesch Doctoral Fellowship for Research on Women’s Philanthropy
American Fellowships Dissertation Fellowships Application Instructions: AAUW
The students were selected from a highly competitive pool. Their diverse set of projects demonstrates the scope of women and gender studies at U-M. This dissertation examines the ways Progressive Era female physicians labored to shape the medical and political geography of the Intermountain West. Denver produced a uniquely western urban environment ripe for female physicians to take the lead role in imagining, and then enacting, progressive and sometimes racially controversial public health policies. The proposed research will examine the role of LGBTQ identity and gender- nonconformity-based victimization and their effects on recurrent suicide risk to inform future interventions. The dissertation investigates political and legal contests over sex offenders in the United States from the late s to the mids. Golda argues that Americanizers tied notions of citizenship to ideas about the roles men and women should play in the nation.
Funding Opportunities for Graduate Students in History
Learn more here. They are distinguished faculty members, artists and novelists, and in some cases leaders in business, government, and the nonprofit sector. They include a Pulitzer Prize winner, two MacArthur Fellows, seven Guggenheim Fellows, a number of Fulbright Fellows, and many others who have achieved significant distinctions.
Note to PIs: The following program summary is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Thus, funds may be used for educational expenses; dependent child care; and travel to professional meetings, conferences, or seminars, as long is it does not exceed 10 percent of the fellowship. However, funds may not be used for extended field research.