Graduate School Fellowships 2021-2022
The Graduate School is now accepting applications for three fellowship programs. Please see the information below for each fellowship opportunity.
Research Experience for Master's Programs Project
Research is a central part of graduate education. As part of its commitment to graduate level research, the Graduate School will provide support for mentored research at the Master’s level. Fellowships of $2,000 will be awarded on a competitive basis to outstanding students who have a demonstrated record of academic excellence. See the REM Project Announcement and Application .
Teaching Scholars Program
The Teaching Scholars program is designed to assist advanced graduate students in their preparation as scholar-teachers by providing a series of experiences, activities, and responsibilities appropriate to the scholar-teacher. This award is available for advanced Ph.D. students in participating departments in the College of Arts and Sciences only, and provides a stipend, a tuition award scholarship, and health insurance. See the Teaching Scholars Announcement and the Teaching Scholars Application .
Arthur J. Schmitt Dissertation Fellowship in Leadership and Service
Each year the Graduate School awards a limited number of Arthur J. Schmitt Dissertation Fellowships. The fellowships provide support to Ph.D. students who have demonstrated excellence in all aspects of graduate study and are in the final stage of doctoral work, i.e. completing the dissertation. The fellowships include a stipend, a tuition scholarship, and health insurance. See the Arthur J. Schmitt Dissertation Fellowship Announcement and the Arthur J. Schmitt Dissertation Fellowship Application.