Conference Travel Grants
The Graduate School is pleased to support the professional development of graduate students by providing Conference Travel Grants to both master’s and doctoral students on the Main Campus and at the Medical Center. These grants may be used toward travel and other expenses associated with participation in a professional meeting, and may be requested in advance or retroactive one semester.
Dissertation Research Travel Grants
The Graduate School is pleased to invite nominations for Dissertation Research Travel awards for up to $5,000 each. These competitive awards will support the travel costs of enrolled doctoral students engaged in archival or field research outside the U.S.
GradGov-GSAS Research Grants
GradGov and the Graduate School are pleased to support the research and professional development of graduate students through the GradGov-GSAS Research Grants program (formerly known as the GradGov Research Project Award.) Both master’s and doctoral students are eligible to apply. These grants may be used toward supplies, travel, and other research expenses such as training, archival research or data collection, or travel to a laboratory, associated with furthering or completing a dissertation, thesis, or other research project.
The Harold N. Glassman Distinguished Dissertation Awards
The Harold N. Glassman Distinguished Dissertation Awards are intended to honor truly distinguished dissertations in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences, with one award available in each of the three broad disciplinary areas.