DEADLINE: April 8, 2016
LIGHT ON THE HILL SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIP
This one-time scholarship supports African American first-year students who exhibit academic excellence, outstanding leadership abilities, the potential to contribute to the community during their time at Carolina, and to become actively involved and informed alumni. Application deadline April 8, 2016.
Application requirements linked here: https://alumni.unc.edu/light-on-the-hill-society-scholarship/
DEADLINE: April 30, 2016
Janet Box-Steffensmeier and John A. Garcia Scholarships
Janet Box-Steffensmeier and John A. Garcia Scholarships are awarded by the Society for Political Methodology to encourage women and underrepresented graduate students in political science to attend the ICPSR Summer Program. The Box-Steffensmeier Scholarship is a waiver of Program Scholar fees to attend one or both of the four-week sessions. The scholarship is awarded to up to three women graduate students in Ph.D. programs. The Garcia Award is a waiver of Program Scholar fees to attend one or both of the four-week sessions. The scholarship is awarded to up to three underrepresented graduate students in Ph.D. programs. Application deadline April 30, 2016.
Application linked here: http://polmeth.wustl.edu/scholarships
tHE gRETCHEN wALSH book donation award
The African Studies Association offers an annual grant program to assist book donation projects with shipping costs to ship books to African libraries and schools. The Africana Librarians Council, Gretchen Walsh Book Donation Committee reads grant proposals and makes recommendations to ASA. Successful awards are usually small grants in amounts from $200 to $1000. Application deadline: April 30, 2016.
Application requirements linked here: http://www.africanstudies.org/awards-prizes/gretchen-walsh-book-donation-award
The Hanes Walton, Jr. Award for Quantitative Methods Training
The Hanes Walton, Jr. Award is a waiver of registration (tuition) fees for the 2016 ICPSR Summer Program’s four-week sessions, which include courses on a variety of topics, including introductory statistics and data analysis; regression analysis; Bayesian modeling; maximum likelihood estimation; game theory; network analysis; and quantitative issues in the study of race and ethnicity. The First Session runs from June 20–July 15, 2016, and the Second Session runs from July 18–August 12, 2016. All courses are held in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Awardees are eligible for a small travel stipend. Application deadline: April 30, 2016.
Application requirements linked here: http://sumprog.blogspot.com/2016/03/2016-hanes-walton-jr-award-for.html
The NBGSA Founders Fellowship for Quantitative Methods
The NBGSA Founders Fellowship for Quantitative Methods is provided by the National Black Graduate Student Association (NBGSA) and is intended to encourage black graduate students and faculty to attend the ICPSR Summer Program in order to advance their quantitative skills. The Founders Fellowship is a waiver of registration fees to attend one or both of the four-week sessions. To be eligible, applicants must be a current member of the NBGSA. Application deadline April 30, 2016.
Application linked here: http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/icpsrweb/content/sumprog/scholarships