Michael and Ling Markovitz Dissertation Fellowship

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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: The Markovitz Dissertation Fellowship provides up to two annual awards for dissertation write-up in the amount of $20,000 (plus tuition, required fees, and university student health insurance, Basic option) to a student whose dissertation topic explores some aspect of the linkages and influences between social and economic behavior. The research should consider from a disciplinary perspective the connection between the social/cultural and commercial spheres of life. Ph.D. candidates in any of the Social Sciences programs are eligible. Each department should determine its own internal deadline and review procedure, and submit one nomination by April 13, 2012.

URL: http://socialsciences.uchicago.edu/pdf/ssddos/Markovitz%20Announcement%202012-13.pdf


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