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Graduate Funding Opportunities

Grants-in-Aid of Research & Fellowships for Current Graduate Students for 2016-2017

Application Deadline: Friday, March 4, 2016

Current Indiana University Bloomington graduate students working on topics of relevance to Jewish Studies are invited to apply for The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program grants-in-aid of research. These grants can be used either to provide graduate student support (i.e. to defray the costs of summer language study, travel, living expenses while conducting thesis and dissertation research and/or thesis and dissertation writing, photocopying, or other research expenses). Preference will be given to Jewish Studies masters degree students and doctoral minors. Graduate students interested in applying for funding to attend a conference should apply for Jewish Studies conference funding.

Students must submit a proposal stating when the funding is needed (Summer 2016 and/or Fall 2016 and.or Spring 2017); if you have applied for other funding; please include a budget and letter of reference in MS Word to iujsp@indiana.edu by Friday, March 4, 2016.