The School of Communication at Northwestern University is inviting doctoral students who study human behavior in digital environments, and are at the beginning stages of their dissertation work, to apply to a workshop focusing on methodological issues in this research.
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The CLA Graduate Research Partnership Program (GRPP) is a graduate student fellowship program that supports research partnerships between faculty and students enrolled in graduate programs housed within CLA.
The New York State Senate is offering 16 different fellowship awards for 2013-2014, including the Richard J. Roth Journalism Fellowship and the Richard A. Wiebe Public Service Fellowship. The application deadline is April 22, 2013. See the pdf for more details.
The Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University is offering up to $15,000 for liberty-advancing research. Ideal candidates will be current or prospective full-time graduate students conducting research connected to the principles, practices and institutions integral to a free society.
The Online News Association, the world's largest membership organization of digital journalists, invites applications for the 2011 MJ Bear Fellowships for early-career digital journalists, in honor of founding member MJ Bear.
The College of Liberal Arts is seeking applicants for its summer 2011 Hella Mears Graduate Fellowship program.
The fellowship offers $4,000 to full-time graduate students in the College of Liberal Arts who are seeking a Ph.D. and are in the dissertation phase or post oral preliminary exam phase at the time of application. The dissertation subject must focus on European topics.
To learn more, log onto http://www.cges.umn.edu.
The Graduate School Fellowship Office is hosting six Fulbright Information Sessions for students interested in conducting research abroad during the 2011-12 academic year. The meetings will be held in Room 433 Johnston Hall, between May 20 and June 10.
The National Press Club, an organization of reporters and newsmakers in Washington, D.C., is offering a Fellowship for graduate students in Journalism. This Fellowship, named for journalist Dennis Feldman, is intended to help defray post-graduate tuition costs.