Jewish Studies Graduate Fellowship Program

Last year, the Stroum Center for Jewish Studies launched a brand new Graduate Fellowship program. Thanks to the generosity of community supporters, four outstanding graduate students received $3,000 grants to support research related to Jewish Studies.

The goal of the Jewish Studies Graduate Fellowship is to build an intellectual community around Jewish Studies. Fellows participate in a workshop series to foster professional development and advance their research agendas. All awardees present their work at a Spring Research Symposium in Spring Quarter.  Click here to learn more about last year’s fellows.

We are no longer receiving applications for 2014-2015, but prospective applicants can view last year’s call for applications here.  Check back in Winter Quarter of 2015 to learn more about applying for the fellowship for the 2015-2016 academic year.

Jewish Studies Undergraduate Travel Grants

The Stroum Center for Jewish Studies is pleased to offer three (3) merit-based Travel Grant opportunities ($1,750 each) to currently enrolled University of Washington Undergraduate students who plan to study abroad at an institution of higher learning or approved study-abroad program during summer 2013 and/or the 2013/2014 academic year as part of their coursework or research in Jewish studies. Students do not need to be Jewish Studies majors or minors to apply.

Travel Grant award recipients are asked to contribute one blog post about their travel experiences for publication on jewishstudies.washington.edu/newsite.

Applications for Summer/Academic Year 2014-2015 are due on Friday, April 25th at 12:00pm.  Application information and materials dropbox can be found here.

Other Opportunities

Looking for additional scholarship opportunities? Check out theWashBoard.org or the JSIS Funding site.