I'm currently in a fellowship in my master's program. The fellowship is pretty specific (as it usually is) and in a field I knew nothing about but wanted to learn more of/also thought could help me serve a wider population in my career. Now coming up on graduation, I want to apply to another fellowship that could lead to a full-time job in my dream organization. I'm afraid because the two fellowships aren't related at all, the employers will wonder why I'm applying. [more inside]
You are a criminal defense lawyer in the English- or French-speaking world looking for fellowship opportunities abroad. Is there a specific website or mailing list where you'd be likely to look? [more inside]
Graduating with an MS in May, an independent historical research project on my brain, and time. What should I do NOW while I'm still a student? [more inside]
How difficult is it, really, to get a post-doctoral fellowship? I'm kind of panicking about it, so any reassurance would be helpful; that said, it would also be helpful to know if this is a totally unrealistic pipe-dream at this point, so I can start to think about other options. [more inside]
Should I ask the mentor from my current employer (who doesn't know I'm leaving) for a recommendation letter? [more inside]
Science graduate students! How does funding from fellowships affect your stipend? [more inside]
Anyone have any experience with the Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholarship? I'm applying (this week!) and it was indicated to me that almost all applicants go through an interview process. Any tips, suggestions, ideas on how to sell myself? (Additional info: I'm a doctoral candidate in English, focusing on contemporary world literature from places of long term conflict. I've heard that literature folks are not as well received because they don't "Focus on humanitarian projects.")
How should I determine whether to accept fellowship offers on very different time frames? [more inside]
A generalist grad school program: Does such a thing exist? And can you recommend something like it to a listless journalist? [more inside]
What does the Fulbright selection committee look for in both essays (both the Statement of Grant Purpose as well as the Personal Statement). [more inside]
Anyone know of any graduate-level (PhD candidate) grants available to a Chinese girl studying Biology in the US? [more inside]
Any recommendations for an affordable but good accountant/tax preparer in Tempe/Phoenix, AZ? Bonus points for thorough knowledge of graduate student scholarship/fellowship issues. I think I may need to file an amended return -- please hope me! [more inside]
Is there any funding out there for international med students in the US? [more inside]
I'm looking for politically themed essay contests with a cash prize for a lecturer in the Political Sciences I know who has just been laid off. [more inside]
Where can I find examples of science/engineering research proposals for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program? [more inside]
I recently started graduate school supported by a National Science Foundation IGERT Fellowship and I just received my first paycheck--without any taxes taken out of it. Am I exempt from paying tax (state and federal) on my fellowship stipend because it's from the government? [more inside]
How do you report fellowship income from a 1098T form to the IRS?
I am taking the Presidential Management Fellowship Assessment in January. Any advice on preparation/studying? I've started with the government's prep guide.
If you had one year to dedicate yourself to researching how young people's passions and interests can be supported and encouraged, what would you do? Bonus points for Montreal-related responses. [more inside]
What are some interesting non-academic fellowships out there? [more inside]
I'm Jewish, so at least I've got a good explanation for why this baffles me so much. I'm trying to figure out what Christians (particularly the Evangelical variety) mean when they use the word "fellowship". Sometimes it seems as though the word is simply being used as follows its dictionary definition of amity, friendliness, togetherness, commonality, etc. But I'm increasingly hearing Christians use it as an intransitive verb, which puzzles me to no end. What could it possibly mean "to fellowship"? My dictionary also indicates that the word can refer to communion (uncapitalized, so I had assumed that just meant a secular kind of togetherness) - does "fellowship" mean to take Communion together? Or does it just refer to hanging out with other Christians? Anyone out there who can cast some light on this for a poor benighted Jew?
How do I get an undergraduate summer research grant in history? I want to spend my summer working on my senior thesis without going completely broke. [more inside]
What are some good graduate fellowship programs for an electrical engineering student in the US? [more inside]
Any advice on the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program application? I'm applying in Social Science.
I am applying for a U.S. Student Fulbright. Any recommendations for putting together a proposal? [more inside]