December Archive (all categories)

Scholarship Archive

 

  • Payne  Fellowship <http://college.emory.edu/national-awards/awards/award-details/payne.html> (01/20/2018) Provides up to $90,000 for graduate school and internships for students with outstanding academic achievement, significant service and leadership, and demonstrated interest in international development who commit to three years of service with USAID. (apply senior year or as an alum).

 

  • Ertegun Graduate Scholarship (No due date): funds graduate study in the humanities and related fields at the University of Oxford. The award provides payment of all tuition and fees, a generous living stipend, and a dedicated space for research and writing at Ertegun House, which provides.  A vibrant interdisciplinary community with opportunities to participate in intellectual and social activities developed exclusively for Ertegun Scholars. For more information, and to apply, visit: http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/graduate/fees-and-funding/fees-funding-and-scholarship-search/ertegun-graduate-scholarship-programme-humanities.

 

  • Mount Vernon Leadership Fellows Program (01/31/2018): Provides a five-and-a-half week summer fellowship for a leadership and professional development program in Washington, DC and Mount Vernon, VA. Fellows will engage in a dynamic leadership education curriculum, interact with nationally recognized corporate, government, and military leaders in the nation’s capital, and discover how to change the world through self-reflection, exciting experiential activities, and a community service-focused capstone project. For more information, and to apply, visit: http://mountvernon.org/fellows.

 

  • Hertog Summer Fellows Program (02/12/2018): Provides two-to-seven week summer fellowship programs in theory and politics as part of the Political Studies and War Studies summer programs. Hertog Fellows study the pressing public policy issues of the day with an outstanding faculty in the heart of the nation’s capital. The program is open to current undergraduates and recent alumni. For more information and to apply, visit: http://hertogfoundation.org/our-programs.

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The Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) is offering funds to support summer training in quantitative methods and data analysis.

The following scholarships provide a tuition waiver to the four-week sessions of the 2018 ICPSR Summer Program. From mid-June through mid-August 2018, the ICPSR Summer Program will offer two consecutive four-week sessions on the University of Michigan campus in Ann Arbor. The four-week sessions are an immersive learning experience in which participants receive hands-on training in a variety of research methods while building a community of friends, collaborators, and future colleagues. Four-week courses include SEM, introductory and advanced regression analysis, time series analysis, Bayesian analysis, rational choice theory, MLE, scaling and dimensional analysis, social choice theory, and more.

The scholarship application deadline is Saturday, March 31, 2018. For more information, including eligibility criteria and a full course schedule, visit www.icpsr.umich.edu/sumprog or contact the ICPSR Summer Program at sumprog [at] icpsr [dot] umich [dot] edu or (734) 763-7400.

– Clifford C. Clogg Scholarship: Open to students in Sociology
– Jerome M. Clubb Scholarship: Open to students in Quantitative History or related fields
– William G. Jacoby Scholarship: Open to students in Political Science
– Henry (Hank) Heitowit Scholarship: Open to students, instructors, faculty, or researchers regardless of specific substantive field or academic discipline who have previously attended the ICPSR Summer Program
– Eugene Owen Scholarship: Open to students, pre-tenure scholars, assistant professors, and advanced scientists from any academic discipline researching cross-national differences in education and teaching
– Warren E. Miller Scholarship: Open to students, pre-tenure scholars, and assistant professors researching electoral and political behavior, either in the U.S. or in a comparative context
– Saundra K. Schneider Scholarship: Open to students pursuing research in public administration, public policy, or public affairs
– Scholarship for Developmental, Child, & Family Psychology: Open to students pursuing research in child, developmental, and family psychology
– Scholarship for Education Research: Open to students pursuing research on education issues

  • Woodruff Library Atwood Undergrad Research Award (04/01/2018)
    Undergraduates in all disciplines are encouraged to apply for the Woodruff Library’s Elizabeth Long Atwood Undergraduate Research Award
    The award recognizes Emory College undergraduate students in all disciplines who:
    • use the Woodruff Library’s collections and research resources in their original papers, digital projects, or posters
    • show evidence of critical analysis in their research skills (i.e., locating, selecting, evaluating, and synthesizing information).
    The application deadline is Sunday, April 1, 2018. Three $500 prizes will be awarded. Students may self-recommend or request facultyor librarian recommendations. Questions may be addressed to researchaward [at] cc [dot] listserv [dot] emory [dot] edu.
  • Dean’s Achievement Scholars (DAS) (05/25/2018http://college.emory.edu/scholars/scholarships/other-scholarships/continuing-student.html

First- and second-year students of Emory College of Arts and Sciences are encouraged to apply to the Woodruff Dean’s Achievement Scholars (DAS) program. Woodruff DAS receive full tuition, fees, and room and board, as well as membership in the Emory Scholars Program. If eligible applicants are not selected as Woodruff DAS, they will still be considered for a merit-based scholarship of $10,000 for each of their remaining years at Emory College. This scholarship will not include membership in the Emory Scholars Program.

If interested, you are strongly encouraged to attend one of our Question-and-Answer sessions with current DAS on April 9 or 10. The time and place of Q&A sessions, eligibility requirements, and application deadlines can be found on the Emory Scholars Program website.

  • EITM scholarships (multiple) – EITM European will take place June 23 – July 7, 2018 

Call for Scholarship Applications:
NASP Young Investigator Scholarships Program for EITM Europe 2018 http://www.nasp.eu/news-events-seminars/cfa-nasp-yisp-for-eitm-europe-2018.html

NASP (Network for the Advancement of Social and Political Studies) invites applications to the Young Investigator Scholarships Program for EITM Europe 2018, supported by CARIPLO Foundation (http://www.fondazionecariplo.it/en/index.html).

NOTE: Interested candidates must apply to both this scholarship and, separately, to the EITM Europe 2018.

The objective of this program is to encourage and support international mobility of young scholars. The scholarships are designed to support the participation of six young researchers, working in non-Italian research institutions, to the here(http://eitm.sowi.uni-mannheim.de/english/” target=”_blank”>Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models Summer Institute 2018 (June 23-July 7, 2018 – Collegio Carlo Alberto, Turin), organized by NASP in cooperation with the University of Mannheim.

The ultimate purpose is to enable young researchers to participate to this prestigious Summer School, giving them the opportunity to widen and enrich their worldwide scholarly network.

Priority will be given to candidates that, while demonstrating a strong research interest in the topics of the summer school, will enhance diversity and overcome their limited alternative sources of funding, or are based in less established institutions or in countries that have a less established tradition in the methods taught in the summer school.

Successful candidates must attend all modules of the EITM Summer School for the entire period June 23-July 7, 2018. They must have applied to 2018 EITM Europe Summer School.

The six scholarships cover accommodation costs and participation fees at the EITM Europe 2018 Summer School. Both expenses will be paid in advance by NASP. Travel expenses to Turin will not be covered.

Applications should include:
1) full curriculum vitae
2) letter of motivation
3) one letter of recommendation

The application procedure is online only. Interested candidates can access the online form .

Note that this is the application procedure ONLY for the scholarship. Candidate must apply separately to the EITM Europe Summer School.

The deadline for application is 07/05/2018.

For any request, please contact: eitmEU [at] nasp [dot] eu

 

The Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) is offering funds to support summer training in quantitative methods and data analysis.

The following scholarships provide a tuition waiver to the four-week sessions of the 2018 ICPSR Summer Program. From mid-June through mid-August 2018, the ICPSR Summer Program will offer two consecutive four-week sessions on the University of Michigan campus in Ann Arbor. The four-week sessions are an immersive learning experience in which participants receive hands-on training in a variety of research methods while building a community of friends, collaborators, and future colleagues. Four-week courses include SEM, introductory and advanced regression analysis, time series analysis, Bayesian analysis, rational choice theory, MLE, scaling and dimensional analysis, social choice theory, and more.

The scholarship application deadline is Saturday, March 31, 2018. For more information, including eligibility criteria and a full course schedule, visit www.icpsr.umich.edu/sumprog or contact the ICPSR Summer Program at sumprog [at] icpsr [dot] umich [dot] edu or (734) 763-7400.

– Clifford C. Clogg Scholarship: Open to students in Sociology
– Jerome M. Clubb Scholarship: Open to students in Quantitative History or related fields
– William G. Jacoby Scholarship: Open to students in Political Science
– Henry (Hank) Heitowit Scholarship: Open to students, instructors, faculty, or researchers regardless of specific substantive field or academic discipline who have previously attended the ICPSR Summer Program
– Eugene Owen Scholarship: Open to students, pre-tenure scholars, assistant professors, and advanced scientists from any academic discipline researching cross-national differences in education and teaching
– Warren E. Miller Scholarship: Open to students, pre-tenure scholars, and assistant professors researching electoral and political behavior, either in the U.S. or in a comparative context
– Saundra K. Schneider Scholarship: Open to students pursuing research in public administration, public policy, or public affairs
– Scholarship for Developmental, Child, & Family Psychology: Open to students pursuing research in child, developmental, and family psychology
– Scholarship for Education Research: Open to students pursuing research on education issues

  • Woodruff Library Atwood Undergrad Research Award (04/01/2018)
    Undergraduates in all disciplines are encouraged to apply for the Woodruff Library’s Elizabeth Long Atwood Undergraduate Research Award
    The award recognizes Emory College undergraduate students in all disciplines who:
    • use the Woodruff Library’s collections and research resources in their original papers, digital projects, or posters
    • show evidence of critical analysis in their research skills (i.e., locating, selecting, evaluating, and synthesizing information).
    The application deadline is Sunday, April 1, 2018. Three $500 prizes will be awarded. Students may self-recommend or request facultyor librarian recommendations. Questions may be addressed to researchaward [at] cc [dot] listserv [dot] emory [dot] edu.

 

  • Dean’s Achievement Scholars (DAS) (05/25/2018http://college.emory.edu/scholars/scholarships/other-scholarships/continuing-student.html

First- and second-year students of Emory College of Arts and Sciences are encouraged to apply to the Woodruff Dean’s Achievement Scholars (DAS) program. Woodruff DAS receive full tuition, fees, and room and board, as well as membership in the Emory Scholars Program. If eligible applicants are not selected as Woodruff DAS, they will still be considered for a merit-based scholarship of $10,000 for each of their remaining years at Emory College. This scholarship will not include membership in the Emory Scholars Program.

If interested, you are strongly encouraged to attend one of our Question-and-Answer sessions with current DAS on April 9 or 10. The time and place of Q&A sessions, eligibility requirements, and application deadlines can be found on the Emory Scholars Program website.

  • EITM scholarships (multiple) – EITM European will take place June 23 – July 7, 2018 

Call for Scholarship Applications:
NASP Young Investigator Scholarships Program for EITM Europe 2018 http://www.nasp.eu/news-events-seminars/cfa-nasp-yisp-for-eitm-europe-2018.html

NASP (Network for the Advancement of Social and Political Studies) invites applications to the Young Investigator Scholarships Program for EITM Europe 2018, supported by CARIPLO Foundation (http://www.fondazionecariplo.it/en/index.html).

NOTE: Interested candidates must apply to both this scholarship and, separately, to the EITM Europe 2018.

The objective of this program is to encourage and support international mobility of young scholars. The scholarships are designed to support the participation of six young researchers, working in non-Italian research institutions, to the here(http://eitm.sowi.uni-mannheim.de/english/” target=”_blank”>Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models Summer Institute 2018 (June 23-July 7, 2018 – Collegio Carlo Alberto, Turin), organized by NASP in cooperation with the University of Mannheim.

The ultimate purpose is to enable young researchers to participate to this prestigious Summer School, giving them the opportunity to widen and enrich their worldwide scholarly network.

Priority will be given to candidates that, while demonstrating a strong research interest in the topics of the summer school, will enhance diversity and overcome their limited alternative sources of funding, or are based in less established institutions or in countries that have a less established tradition in the methods taught in the summer school.

Successful candidates must attend all modules of the EITM Summer School for the entire period June 23-July 7, 2018. They must have applied to 2018 EITM Europe Summer School.

The six scholarships cover accommodation costs and participation fees at the EITM Europe 2018 Summer School. Both expenses will be paid in advance by NASP. Travel expenses to Turin will not be covered.

Applications should include:
1) full curriculum vitae
2) letter of motivation
3) one letter of recommendation

The application procedure is online only. Interested candidates can access the online form .

Note that this is the application procedure ONLY for the scholarship. Candidate must apply separately to the EITM Europe Summer School.

The deadline for application is 07/05/2018.

For any request, please contact: eitmEU [at] nasp [dot] eu

The selection committee is composed of Fabio Franchino (Università degli Studi di Milano – NASP) and Thomas König (Universität Mannheim).

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