Graduate School Fellowships Not Requiring American Studies Internal Department Nomination

Some Graduate school fellowships do not require American Studies internal department nomination – these include the Harold Leonard Endowed Fellowship in Film Study and Mark and Judy Yudof Fellowship in Science Policy & Ethics. Applications Due: to the Graduate School Fellowship Office, 314 Johnston Hall by noon, Dec. 1, 2008.

Fellowships not requiring department nomination that have regularly been received by American Studies students are listed below: These applications are due to the Graduate School Fellowship Office, 314 Johnston Hall by noon, Monday, December 1, 2008

Harold Leonard Endowed Fellowship in Film Study: Open to graduate students proposing a year of well-defined research or study in film history, criticism, theory, or aesthetics. Up to two awards. Stipend: $22,000, plus tuition. http://www.grad.umn.edu/fellowships/Instructions/Leonard.html

Mark and Judy Yudof Fellowship in Science Policy & Ethics: Open to graduate students (master’s or Ph.D.) pursuing interdisciplinary work whose content is focused in the areas of science policy and ethics. One award. Stipend: $22,000, plus tuition. http://www.grad.umn.edu/fellowships/Instructions/Yudof.html

Additional Fellowships for which American Studies graduate students may be eligible can be found at the Graduate Fellowship website: http://www.grad.umn.edu/fellowships/

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