A foundation for the maintenance, on certain conditions, of a scholar called a fellow, who usually resides at the university.
Pre-doctoral and post-doctoral fellowships whose specific and only purpose is training of individuals in research techniques. This does not include fellowships if their purpose is for any training other than in research techniques. Examples are NIH individual fellowship grants (F30, F31, F32) and McLaughlin fellowships.
A study grant, usually awarded to a graduate student, and usually requiring no work other than usual academic assignments (as contrasted with an assistantship).
Generally an amount of $500 or more paid for the benefit of a graduate student to aid in the pursuit of study or research. UNCW fellowships generally fall under either of the following groups: ~ Grant/contract supported fellowships are fellowships that are part of a larger grant/contracts, are awarded specifically for financial aid, and are subject to review and approval by the Office of Sponsored Programs. ~ All other fellowships are generally established through University Advancement, are supported through a signed donor agreement and are assigned an FRS account.
Financial assistance awarded by the University based on scholarship and promise of outstanding academic or professional contribution. Usually awarded to graduate or post-graduate students for the purpose of enabling the recipient to devote full time to study and research.
An award made directly to an individual in support of specific educational pursuits; recipients may be subject to service and/or payback requirements after the fellowship terminates.
() a selected, paid position allowing for advanced study or research
A study grant of financial aid, usually awarded to a graduate student.
money granted (by a university or foundation or other agency) for advanced study or research
a casual get-together for bible study, group prayer, and singing songs of worship
a competitive award granted to degree candidates who have demonstrated high scholar and merit
a financial and intellectual reward for personal and academic achievements as well as the recognition of future potential
a financial award made to an individual for a specific purpose
a formal commitment to provide monetary assistance to an individual and is commonly used to support advanced study and training
a free grant given to a University for the support of a degree-seeking graduate student
a large monetary award usually given in programs at the master's or doctoral level
a limited term of work assignment or experience in a professional field that may be associated with graduate study or available for recently degreed candidates
a monetary award offered by an institution, organization or foundation to support academic work, research, or specialized training in an area of particular interest to the granting organization
a monetary award sometimes referred to as a scholarship
an academic award of honor to outstanding students to help them in furthering advanced study and research
an additional period of study in surgery after a physician completes a multi-year residency
an award bestowed on a student who displays academic merit and promise
an award for graduate study or research and usually does not require reimbursement
an award recognizing service to the profession and to the community
an award that enables a graduate student to pursue a degree full-time
an award that requires nothing in return from the student beyond satisfactory progress in study and research
an endowment given to a student for graduate study in family and consumer sciences
a non-service award made to superior students to assist in the pursuit of an advanced degree
an unconditional award granted directly to the individual based on the creative excellence of works submitted for review
a professional organization is granted to individuals demonstration advanced achievement in their field of medicine
a scholarship award including a stipend which may vary in amount and requires no services on the part of the recipient
a scholarship or grant that is awarded to a graduate student (enrolled in a college or university) to pay for advanced study in their field of expertise
a scholarship that rewards academic excellence and is usually intended to enable further upper level study
a stipend offered by the University or Department that obligates the student only to pursue academic studies
a type of financial support awarded to doctoral students that usually subsidizes tuition and may pay a stipend
Additional training beyond residency training which provides sufficient financial support to allow for full-time study for at least six months. The individual must hold at least a Bachelor's degree conferred by an institution of higher education. The individual must also be engaged in full-time study that may be independent of an educational or cultural institution in an academic or professional subject area in which the borrower/student has shown an interest and ability and has been recommended by an institution of higher education for acceptance into the Graduate Fellowship Program.
Awards to individuals for research, often used in conjunction with award types that indicate where (in-residence, travel abroad, travel domestic) or for what (training/professional development, temporary government assignment) the fellowship is being offered. Also may be used when an institution is awarded money to offer a fellowship.
Prestigious academic award, usually of substantial monetary value, usually assigned to master's or doctoral students. At UBC, graduate fellowships are administered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies in cooperation with academic departments.
A non-repayable financial award to assist a graduate student with the costs of study.
a financial award given to a graduate student to assist with the costs of study.
A grant for postgraduate study which may require teaching or research.
position or financial support given to students.
Position or money given by a university or college to a graduate student to enable him to continue studying.
Fellowship solicitations are available to graduate students and are awarded on a yearly basis to a maximum of three years. They resemble stand-alone NRAs with the addition of requirements for demographic information and school transcripts. The student is the PI and there is a requirement for at least one team member with the role of Advisor.
Free aid that covers full or partial tuition and reasonable living expenses, usually awarded to students who display proven potential in their field of study.
A directed, highly individualized postgraduate program designed to prepare a pharmacist to become an independent researcher.
A monetary prize awarded to a student pursuing studies usually beyond the baccalaureate level. Usually one of the criteria is academic average.
Money awarded to help pay for graduate school; fellowships sometimes cover tuition and insurance as well as provide money in exchange for teaching and research duties.
An award made directly to an individual in support of specific educational pursuits; not an employee. (Traineeships differ; check award conditions on training grants for service and/or pay-back requirements.)
Awards that enable individuals to pursue study in their fields or to introduce them to related fields. Although not consistently defined, some sponsors place their emphasis on contribution to the individual’s own scholarly development. A fellowship often advances, synthesizes, or enlarges the applicant’s special area of interest. Or, it may enable the recipient to study in a different area which will extend his or her competence. The salary support provided by a fellowship may be referred to as a stipend. Fellowship types may include: Research Fellowship; Training Fellowship or Traineeship.
A form of financial aid given to graduate students to help support their education. Some fellowships include a tuition waiver or a payment to the university in lieu of tuition. Most fellowships include a stipend to cover reasonable living expenses (e.g., just above the poverty line). Fellowships are a form of gift aid and do not have to be repaid.
a type of grant that is awarded directly to an individual rather than to an institution, and is usually not processed through ORDA unless required by the funding agency.
Funds provided to individuals or institutions to cover research expenses of scholars or students.
Financial aid for graduate students that does not need to be repaid. (Typically includes tuition and living expenses.)
An award, for graduate students, granted on the basis of academic standing.
A form of financial assistance awarded to a graduate student who meets certain given eligibility criteria for the particular assistance. Generally, no service is required of the student in return.
A program that matches law graduates with public service organizations or with law school programs. Fellowships are variously funded and very competitive and are usually for a prescribed number of years following graduation.
Fellowships are a type of external funding that generally consists of a stipend for an individual's research. Fellowships often give graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, and faculty members an opportunity to work closely with a senior scholar or develop their career in a specific manner.
A program beyond residency which provides sufficient financial support to allow for at least six months of full-time study or training.