Mellon Dissertation Year Fellowships

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Deadline: Nominations due to the Dean of Students Office by April 13. Students should consult with their departments for departmental procedures and deadlines.

Length: One Year

Comments: A grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in combination with matching funds from individual donors provides endowment support for dissertation-year fellowships in the Division of the Social Sciences. Up to eight fellowships may be awarded in academic year 2012-2013. In accord with conditions set by the Mellon Foundation, this program is designed to increase completion rates and promote reductions in time-to-degree in the humanistic social sciences: Anthropology; Committee on Conceptual and Historical Studies of Science; Comparative Human Development; History; Political Science; Social Thought; and Sociology. Mellon dissertation fellowships will provide tuition, fees, and University Basic student health insurance plus an academic-year stipend of $20,000.



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