Post Doctoral Fellowships Description Postdoctoral appointments provide an educational experience for individuals who wish to devote their primary effort toward research activities or study in an academic program or research center under temporary appointments that carry no academic rank. Postdoctoral activities provide additional training for doctoral scholars for professional development and advancement. Qualifications Individuals holding a Ph. Activities Postdoctoral activities are expected to provide, principally, additional training for doctoral scholars.
Travel awards are not intended for travel expenses associated with research. Some departments and research groups also offer research travel funding. For consideration, please apply during the following timelines: For travel between July and Marchapply for the fall travel award.
For travel between January and Augustapply for the spring travel award. Eligibility You are not eligible for a College Graduate Student Travel Award if you are on academic probation or on leave at the time of the nomination deadline.
Because travel awards are dispersed through your bursar account, if you have an outstanding balance on your account, you may not be eligible to receive an award.
Nomination procedures You must be nominated by your graduate program for College Graduate Student Travel Awards; the College does not accept applications directly from students. Each program is allowed to nominate up to three students total.
McCormick III to support basic science research and to honor his grandfather and father. Each February, the disciplines of astronomy, biology, biochemistry, botany, chemistry, earth and atmospheric sciences, microbiology, physics, and zoology are invited to submit one nominee each for the grants.
Nominations are due to the College Graduate Office each March.
Your faculty mentor and the department will then need to submit a supporting letter that explains the nature of your collaboration and how this collaboration is the most deserving. Deadline Friday, March 1st, Matias L. Ochoada Fellowship The Matias L. Ochoada Fellowship was established to honor the memory of Matias L.
Ochoada, who was a researcher at the IU Cyclotron Facility. The donors have requested that the recipient of the award should be a graduate student in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science, with a strong preference for a woman but with no preference for area of study.
Extra consideration should be given to those nominees who demonstrate good citizenship, strong character, a history of public service, and are likely to be activists in their professional and extra-professional lives.
If no qualified candidate exists in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science, similarly qualified students in the Department of History will be considered. Students who have been formally advanced to Ph. Candidates may be nominated by faculty or candidates may nominate themselves following approval of doctoral candidacy.
Deadline Wednesday, Februrary 27th, Alexander M. Doty Graduate Fellowship Alexander M. Professor Doty, who joined the IU Faculty in until his death inis renowned for his scholarship centered on gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and feminist film theory.
This graduate fellowship is to honor his memory and outstanding legacy. The fellowship is awarded and alternated annually between the Media School and the Department of Gender Studies. Clinton Sanders and Ardis G. Sanders in order to honor Mr. Weber and to reflect their interest in the field of literature.
For this reason the College will further restrict eligibility to Ph. To be eligible for the Sanders-Weber fellowship, you must: Be enrolled on the Bloomington campus of Indiana University.Dissertation Research Assistantships are academic awards designed for students who are in the dissertation preparation stage of their graduate education.
Students should be able to complete the dissertation during the period of the award. Nationally Competitive Graduate Fellowships Below is a listing of a number of nationally competitive fellowships arranged by application deadline. If you have specific questions regarding one of these fellowships, please contact the sponsor.
The University Graduate School is committed to excellence in graduate education and is proud to offer fellowship opportunities for new and continuing students. The Latin American and Caribbean Graduate Fellowship program is designed to promote international education and research between FIU and Dissertation Fellows are .
Fellowships & Grants. The Graduate School administers University-wide fellowships and grants, based on academic merit (unlike a teaching assistantship or research assistantship, fellowships and grants generally do not require students to work).
NSF's mission is to advance the progress of science, a mission accomplished by funding proposals for research and education made by scientists, engineers, and educators from across the country. The International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF) offers nine to twelve months of support to graduate students in the humanities and social sciences who are enrolled in doctoral programs in the United States and conducting dissertation research outside of the United States.