The Saint Louis University Dissertation Fellowship is competitively awarded to Saint Louis University Ph. candidates whose work, during their time at Saint Louis University, demonstrates outstanding academic achievement and whose dissertation will significantly extend the body of knowledge within their discipline. Each 11-month fellowship award carries a monthly stipend, up to 12 hours of tuition scholarship depending on the number of dissertation hours needed to reach the required 12, and health insurance. No other fellowship, traineeship, assistantship, similar appointment or employment at the University or outside may be held concurrently with this fellowship.
Students interested in being nominated should contact their department or Ph. To be eligible for this award, you must: The award is for the maximum of one year. Please check with your department if they have an earlier deadline for student applications. Students interested in being nominated should contact their department of interest.
The Head Start Graduate Student Research grant program is designed to build research capacity in and knowledge of effective early childhood interventions with low-income children and families.
The grant program does this by providing support for dissertation research conducted by graduate students working in partnership with local Head Start or Early Head Start programs.
Applications for FY 2019 are available online through the Department’s G5 system at Funding Opportunity Number: ED-GRANTS-012419-003 A pre-application webinar for the DDRA program was held on February 7, 2019.
The webinar covered a variety of topics, including DDRA program requirements, selection criteria, and frequently asked questions.IFLE also held a showcase webinar featuring past participants of the DDRA program on March 9, 2017. Maimer International and Foreign Language Education U. Department of Education Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program 400 Maryland Avenue, S.Click here to access a recording of the DDRA showcase webinar. Please visit to view the most recent Funding Opportunity Announcement, sign up for email notifications, and receive forecasted information about this funding opportunity for future Fiscal Years.The points of contact are Wendy De Courcey, Erin Cannon, and Emily Ross.Many former grantees have become leading researchers who continue to conduct research that informs and improves Head Start/Early Head Start, other early childhood intervention practices, and our understanding of low-income populations.The immediate goals of the grant program are to: This research contributes to the knowledge base about the best approaches for delivering services to low-income families and their children.Ideal for graduate students committed to a career in teaching and research at the college or university level and who are prepared to use diversity as an educational resource.Provides ,000 to support graduate students in their final year of dissertation writing. universities with one year of financial support, including a stipend, fringe benefits, and research and travel funds. citizens who are well under way in their dissertation writing and who belong to a racial or cultural group historically underrepresented in the U. professoriate The Fellowship provides a stipend of ,000, health insurance, library privileges, and a ,000 research and travel fund.Preference will be given to those applicants who have completed their prospectus the prior spring, summer or fall. Download the Dissertation Fellowship Application Packet. Diversity Fellowships are awarded to newly accepted master's or doctoral students, or to students in the first year of a program, who demonstrate outstanding scholastic achievement and potential for success in graduate studies at SLU. Each 11-month fellowship award carries a monthly stipend, 18 hours of tuition scholarship during the regular academic year, three hours during the summer session and health insurance. For newly admitted students, summer enrollment starts July 2020.For students who have completed one year in a program, summer enrollment begins July 2019.