The Once Here Foundation offers annual fellowships of up to $40,000 to support specific ministerial projects. All creative proposals are welcome and encouraged. The Once Here Foundation is a family entity with broad areas of interest including: justice and healing, spiritual practice and education, community organizing and peace building.
This is a need-based grant program providing one-time financial assistance to women whose education has been interrupted and who find it necessary to return to school to complete a degree or certification that improves their marketable skills for employment to support themselves and/or their families.
P.E.O. Scholar Awards are one-time, competitive, merit-based awards for women of the United States and Canada who are pursuing a doctoral-level degree at an accredited college or university. Priority is given to women who are well established in their programs, study or research.
The numbers of awards is determined each year in accordance with the funds available. The current maximum award is $15,000.
This organization offers the Congressional Fellowship on Women and Public Policy, gives students experience in public policymaking in Congress. Applicants must be women enrolled in a master's or doctoral program (or completed within the past 18 months), with preference given to applicants who have completed at least nine hours of graduate coursework and have a demonstrated interest in research or political activity related to women's social and political status.
The Center encourages teaching and research about ethical issues in the professions and public life. Its graduate fellowships support outstanding Harvard graduate and professional students who are writing dissertations or are engaged in major research on topics in practical ethics, especially ethical issues in areas such as architecture, business, education, government, law, medicine, public health, public policy, and religion.
The Novak Award provides $10,000 for new outstanding scholarly research into the relationship between religion, economic freedom, and the free and virtuous society. It intends to foster the understanding of theology's connection to human dignity, the importance of the rule of law, limited government, religious liberty, and freedom in economic life.
Located at Syracuse University, this is a highly competitive 30-month program that provides two generous awards each year to minority students who have majored in subjects other than journalism as undergraduates.
Located in Dublin, Ireland, Mater Dei holds an annual four-day event of plenary addresses, concurrent sessions for academic papers, and graduate workshops, all of which will focus on the themes raised in Charles Taylor's recent work, A Secular Age.
An agreement between Harvard University and the China Scholarship Council of the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China provides Harvard undergraduate and graduate students with the opportunity to study or conduct research in China for one academic year. Up to five full scholarships (which includes tuition, campus housing, health insurance, and a stipend) and ten partial scholarships (tuition only) are offered for study or research at selected Chinese universities authorized to admit foreign scholarship students.
The Rappaport Institute offers summer public policy fellowships in key state and local agencies in the Greater Boston area. Fellows also participate in a weekly seminar series with leading practitioners and scholars and are required to write a short essay related to their experiences.
Sinclair Kennedy Traveling Fellowships are awarded to Harvard graduate students for one academic year of travel, study, and/or research outside the United States. Applicants must have already completed one full year of graduate study at Harvard at the time of application.
Program guidelines and applications are available on the CGS website. Questions may be directed to Susan Lawler, HDS Director of Career Services.
Frederick Sheldon Traveling Fellowships are awarded to Harvard graduate students for one academic year of travel, study, and/or research outside the United States. Students interested in travel, study, or research within the United States are considered on a case-by-case basis. Managed by the Harvard Committee on General Scholarships (CGS). Graduate students must have already completed one full year of graduate study at Harvard at the time of application.
Frank Knox Traveling Fellowships are awarded to Harvard College seniors and Harvard graduate students for one academic year of travel, study, and/or research in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, or the United Kingdom. Program guidelines and applications are available on the CGS website.