Privately Endowed

Privately Endowed Fellowships Administered by the Graduate School

For fellowship awards in 2014-15
Deadline: 12 noon, November 1, 2013

These Fellowships are supported by endowed income from wills and trusts, or gifts from organizations or individuals. Recipients are expected to register for credit in the Graduate School during the tenure of the award. Available only to currently enrolled graduate students.

Harold Leonard Memorial Fellowship in Film Study

Open to doctoral students proposing a year of well-defined research or study in film history, criticism, theory, or aesthetics. Up to two awards. Stipend: $22,500, plus tuition and health insurance. 

Up to 3 awards for 2014-15.

Eva O. Miller Fellowship

For doctoral students in the broad areas of psychology or statistics and measurement. Students apply in one of two categories: 1) for students in the beginning stages of their graduate career (eligible students may apply in their first or second year of Graduate School, or 2) for students who are in the intermediate or advanced phase of their program at the time of application, usually in their third year or later. Up to three awards.  Stipend: $22,500, plus tuition and health insurance.

Up to 3 awards for 2014-15. 

Mark & Judy Yudof Fellowship in Science Policy & Ethics

For graduate students (Master's or Ph.D.) pursuing interdisciplinary work whose content is focused in the areas of science policy and ethics.  Stipend: $22,500, plus tuition and health insurance.

Up to 3 awards for 2014-15.