Grants and Fellowship opps. (fwd)

Patricia Clay (pclay@WHSUN1.WH.WHOI.EDU)
Tue, 4 Oct 1994 14:22:30 -0400

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> Date: Tue, 4 Oct 1994 12:29:39 EST
> From: Arthur Paris <AEPARIS@MAXWELL.SYR.EDU>
> Subject: Grants and Fellowship opps.
> To: Multiple recipients of list ABSLST-L <ABSLST-L%CMUVM.BITNET@PSUVM.PSU.EDU>
> The Rockefeller Humanities Fellowships support scholars and writers
> engaging in research on transnational social and cultural issues,
> non-Western cultures and the diverse cultural heritage of the US. There
> are 26 host institutions fo r the resident fellowships.
> The National Endowment for Dissertation Grants competition will begin Nov
> 15, 1 994. The application must be nominated by the applicant's doctoral
> institution. The grants are for those Humanities PhD candidates who by
> deadline have complet ed all requirements except the dissertation.
> The Henry A. Murray Research Center of Radcliffe College is pleased to
> announce grants for postdoctoral level research. The center is a national
> repository of social and behavioral sciences data for the study of lives
> over time with a special focus on the lives of women.
> The Smithsonian is offering a position as Archives Specialist at the
> Center for Folklife Programs and Cultural Studies in Washington, DC.
> Closing date is Dece mber 16, 1994.
> *** Advanced Research Grants for South Asian studies ***
> Long term fellowships (up to 12 months) are available to conduct regional
> research or to analyze previously gathered materials on any South Asian
> country except India. Research may be carried out in the region, or at
> any appropriate locale, including major centers of South Asian studies in
> the United States. Proposals from scholars who have received their Ph.D.s
> in the last five years are particularly encouraged. The maximum award is
> $15,000.
> Eligibility for advanced research grants:
> Scholars who hold the Ph.D. or equivalent degree and are
> U.S. citizens/ permanent residents or who have been resident
> in the United States for at least three consecutive years at
> the time of application.
> Deadline for application for advanced research grants:
> December 1, 1994
> For application forms and more information contact
> South Asia Program
> Social Science Research Council
> 605 Third Avenue,
> New York NY 10158
> (212) 661-0280 (voice) (212) 370-7896 (fax)
> email:
> **** ****
> The Ford Foundation is announcing 20 postdoctoral fellowships for
> minorities. These fellowships are available to minorities who have
> recieved their Ph.D. within the last seven years. They are available
> for people interested in working in not for profit institutions. The
> deadline for applications is January 6, 1995.
> **** ****
> John Hopkins University announces pre-doctoral fellowships in Latin
> American Sociology. This is a three year fellowship with an annual
> stipen of $14,000 beginning inthe second year of graduate school.
> Support will also be given to travel to Latin America to complete the
> dissertation.
> **** ****
> HUD is proud to announce it's new office of University Partnerships.
> They will be sponsoring Community Outreach Partnership Centers,
> Community Development Work Study, Doctoral Dissertation Reseach, and
> joint Community Development programs.