Category: Funding Opportunities

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[Internal] The George D. Schwab Fellowship in American Foreign Policy (deadline: 3/1/2020)

Deadline: March 1, 2020

The Schwab fellowship was established by an anonymous donor to honor George Schwab, the former president of the National Committee on American Foreign Policy. An annual award of $2,000 is available for costs related to dissertation research relevant to a topic that leads to an improved understanding of U.S. foreign policy. Applicants should submit a short proposal (not more than 1,000 words), a current curriculum vitae, and a transcript no later than 1 March 2020. In addition, one confidential letter of recommendation from a faculty member who is familiar with the proposal should be sent separately before the deadline. Applications and references can be submitted by mail to: Schwab Fellowship, The Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies, The CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, Suite 5203, New York, NY 10016. Applications can also be sent by email to Eli Karetny at ekaretny@gc.cuny.edu.
Contact: Eli Karetny 212-817-1938, ekaretny@gc.cuny.edu

[External] Robert J. McNamara Student Paper Award (deadline: 6/1/2020)

Deadline: June 1, 2020
Amount: $500

Synopsis of Award:
The Association for the Sociology of Religion invites submissions for the Robert J McNamara student paper
award. This recognizes a paper on the sociology of religion conducted by a currently enrolled graduate student.
Papers may be unpublished, accepted for publication, or already published as an article. Applicants must be
members of the association who have not yet defended their doctoral dissertation. Co-authored submissions are
eligible.

For more information:
https://www.sociologyofreligion.com/lectures-papers/robert-j-mcnamara-student-paper-award/

[Internal] Paul Monette-Roger Horwitz Dissertation Prize (deadline: 6/1/2020)

Deadline: June 1, 2020, 11:59 p.m

Amount: $1,000

Synopsis of Program:
This award, which honors the memories of Monette, a poet and author, and his partner, Horwitz, an attorney,
will be given for the best dissertation in LGTBQ Studies, broadly defined, by a PhD candidate within the City
University of New York system. The dissertation should have been defended in the previous year. Adjudicated
by the CLAGS fellowships committee.
For additional information: http://clags.org/fellowships-and-awards3/#PaulMonette