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Greenwall Fellowship in Bioethics

Categories are  Fellowship  tagged  Graduate Students /  Medical Ethics /  Research

The overall purpose of the Greenwall Fellowship in Bioethics is to provide talented, early-career bioethics scholars with the opportunity to experience and participate in evidence-based healthcare or public health studies and policy-making process that improve the care and access to care of patients in domestic and global health care systems. The Greenwall Fellowship in Bioethics enables young investigators to participate actively in the work of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (the National Academies) and to further their careers as future leaders addressing bioethics issues in clinical care, biomedical research, and public policy. Supported through an endowment from the Greenwall Foundation, the program especially welcomes nominations of historically underrepresented candidates.

The Greenwall Fellowship is part of the NAM Fellowships for Health Science Scholars program.

The Greenwall Fellowship in Bioethics is awarded for a two-year period. During this time, the fellow is expected to continue to work at their main academic post, while being assigned to a health- and medicine-related board of the National Academies. The boards are:

  • Children, Youth, and Families,
  • Food and Nutrition,
  • Global Health,
  • Health Care Services,
  • Health Sciences Policy, and Save & Exit
  • Population Health and Public Health Practice.

The fellowship requires a 10- to 20-percent commitment of time for two years, and includes attendance at a one-week orientation to health policy, the Fall NAM Annual Meeting, and the meetings of the assigned board. Domestic travel expenses are covered for participation in approved fellowship activities. Additionally, the fellow will participate actively in the work of an appropriate study committee or roundtable, including contributing to its reports or other products. Studies that would enable the potential for the fellow to contribute to the value of integrating medicine and public health will be identified.

This experience will introduce the Greenwall Fellow to a variety of experts and perspectives, including legislators, government officials, industry leaders, executives of voluntary health organizations, scientists, and other health professionals. In addition, each fellow will be assigned to an NAM member who will serve as a senior mentor during the two years of the fellowship.

A flexible research grant of $25,000 is awarded to each Greenwall Fellow, which will be administered through the appropriate department in the fellow’s home institution to advance the fellow’s professional and academic career. This grant is not intended for use as a salary offset for the fellow.

Higher Education Administration (HIED) PhD Program Assistantship Information

Categories are  Assistantship  tagged  Stipend /  Graduate Students /  International Students /  Research

Graduate assistantships for full-time Higher Education Administration(HIED) doctoral students are available through the HIED program and various BGSU administrative offices. Assistantships are available in both administration and research. The assistantship stipend and tuition scholarship represent the substantial commitment by the University to students' education.

These positions provide an opportunity to acquire valuable experience. The majority of graduate assistantships are half-time, nine month positions, requiring 20 hours of work per week. If students are offered and accept a graduate assistantship, the stipend will be $15,000 for the academic year, paid bi-weekly. Students will receive a tuition scholarship for the 64 credit hours of the program. If you are not an Ohio resident, the scholarship will cover the non-resident fee on the credits covered by the scholarship. After the first year, the scholarship will not cover the non-resident fee for domestic (US) students as Ohio residency can be established; international students will continue to have their non-resident fees covered.

Renewal of assistantship awards is possible. An approved Tentative Degree Plan (TDP) on file in the Graduate College is required for processing the second year contract. Funding as a graduate student is available for a maximum of three years at the doctoral degree level. Funding for a fourth year is not guaranteed but may be available, provided that you have successfully defended your preliminary exam and your dissertation proposal.

To retain an appointment, graduate assistants must make satisfactory progress toward a degree, and must perform duties satisfactorily according to the terms of the appointment.

The HIED program is fortunate to have an on-going relationship with a number of potential assistantship sites, typically at least as many as we have entering full-time students. Prospective students must interview with these supervisors and receive an offer to secure a graduate assistantship. The university will coordinate the interview process for invited prospective students who apply by December 1 by arranging an Interview Weekend (known as I-Days) early in the spring semester. Those applications reviewed after the Interview Weekend will receive help but will need to arrange interviews directly with the assistantship sites.

International Project Grants AAUW

Categories are  Grants /  Loans  tagged  Women /  Stipend /  Research /  Educational Scholarship

When AAUW International Fellows pursue education in the United States, their commitment to empowering women and girls in their home countries doesn’t end — and neither does their need for financial support.

Out to Innovate Scholarships (NOGLSTP Scholarships)

Categories are  Scholarship  tagged  Gay Scholarships /  Gender Based /  Award /  Research /  LGBT /  STEM

The NOGLSTP scholarships are intended for undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) programs who are either lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or an active ally of the LGBTQ+ community. The scholarships are designed to promote academic excellence and increased the visibility of talented LGBTQ+ students in STEM careers.

This scholarship is sponsored by different foundations:

Berkshire Hathaway Energy Foundation has funded the BHE Foundation Scholarships. These awards provide $5000 scholarships for graduate, undergraduate, and community college students in engineering fields.

Motorola Solutions Foundation has funded the Out to Innovate™ Scholarships for the 2022-2023 academic year, which includes first ($5000) and second ($2500) place graduate and undergraduate scholarships.

The Amy A. Ross Scholarship in Bioscience. Applicants to this scholarship must demonstrate a commitment to furthering LGBTQ+ visibility, diversity, and inclusion in the biosciences. This is a $2000 scholarship

The mission of scholarship program is to:

  • Award scholarships to LGBTQ+ students currently enrolled in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM).
  • Honor students who support a creative educational community that increases the visibility and the accomplishments of LGBTQ+ and supportive students.
  • Encourage students to be out in their careers and support diversity in the STEM workforce.

APF Roy Scrivner Memorial Research Grants

Categories are  Scholarship  tagged  Award /  Operations Research /  Research

This program seeks to encourage the study of LGBT family psychology and therapy through its support of promising young investigators whose graduate research is oriented toward issues in this general area. Preference is given to advanced students who have demonstrated their commitment to this area through their dissertation research plans.

Malyon Smith Scholarship Research Award

Categories are  Scholarship  tagged  Award /  Psychology /  Full-time /  Research

The Malyon-Smith Scholarship is a fund that annually awards up to $1,000 to selected graduate students in psychology to advance research on sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI). The award represents one of the division's major efforts to mentor and support science in LGBT psychology by encouraging the work of young researchers. Faculty members are strongly encouraged to inform students of this award so that we can continue to insure the future of LGBT research in psychology.

Bisexual Foundation Scholarship Award

Categories are  Scholarship  tagged  Award /  Research

The Bisexual Foundation Scholarship is an annual fund awarding up to $1,000 per award to selected graduate students to advance research on the psychology of bisexuality. This new award recognizes the growing importance of research on bisexuality to the field of LGBT issues in psychology and offers concrete support and encouragement to emerging scholars in this field.

Department of Health and Human Services Grant

Categories are  Grants  tagged  Award /  Health Wellness /  Research

The purpose of this initiative is to support time-sensitive research on risk and resilience factors related to short- and long-term health outcomes following Hurricanes Irma and Maria in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. This initiative will use a shortened submission timeline with expedited peer review, council concurrence, and award issuance. The entire cycle, from submission to award, is expected to be within 3-4 months.

The objective of this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is to better understand the short-term health risks and health impacts of hurricanes in PR and USVI, including the onset of acute conditions, exacerbation of existing chronic conditions, and risk for future onset of chronic disease. Projects supported under this FOA may be used as the basis for future studies of longer-term health impacts. Projects are expected to examine interrelationships among psychosocial stressors experienced by PR or USVI residents; individual, family, organizational, and/or community-level responses (including healthcare system responses); and current physical health or mental health status and/or risk factors for future chronic disease. Projects supported under this FOA may be used as the basis for future studies of longer-term health impacts. Projects are expected to examine interrelationships among psychosocial stressors experienced by PR or USVI residents; individual, family, organizational, and/or community-level responses (including healthcare system responses); and current physical health or mental health status and/or risk factors for future chronic disease. Projects are expected to use an approach that encompasses multiple domains (e.g., biological, behavioral, sociocultural, environmental, physical environment, or health system) and multiple levels (e.g., individual, interpersonal, community, societal) to understand post-hurricane health risk and resilience.

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH): Recognizing that substantial research has been conducted on mental health outcomes following disasters, including the role that many psychosocial stressors play in acute and chronic disease morbidity and mortality, NIMH will accept for consideration applications that move beyond established literature on general risk factors, patterns of need, the costs and benefits of implementing evidence-based interventions and treatments to improve mental health outcomes, and examining new ways of reducing gaps in mental health needs. Applications proposing to relate known disaster related stressors to acute and chronic mental health outcomes will not be considered for funding by NIMH.

Don Lavoie Fellowship

Categories are  Fellowship  tagged  Stipend /  Political Economy /  Online Masters /  Research

For advanced undergraduates, recent graduates considering graduate school, and early-stage graduate students, the Don Lavoie Fellowship is a competitive, renewable, and online fellowship program. Fellowships are available to students from any discipline who are interested in learning how to apply essential ideas in political economy to academic and policy research.

Don Lavoie Fellows participate in a variety of online activities, including an online discussion portal and online reading discussion sessions led by various Hayek Program scholars, which introduce them to key ideas in the Austrian, Virginia, and Bloomington schools of political economy, as well as current work in this tradition.

A stipend and all required readings for online events are included in the Don Lavoie Fellowship, as well as help on research, careers, and graduate school. Conference and research support are available to Lavoie Fellows. A total payment of up to $1250 per semester is available, which includes a stipend and books.

Announcing the Harrison Goodall Preservation Fellowship

Categories are  Scholarship /  Fellowship  tagged  Part-time /  Research

The Harrison Goodall Preservation Fellowship gives graduate students and enterprising professionals the opportunity to undertake a focused pursuit that makes a meaningful contribution to the field of historic preservation and support the stewardship of historic resources not only in the National Park Service but nationwide and at any level.

The fellowship is meant to encourage and help accomplish something exceptional and innovative. Often during the rigors of a preservation graduate program or while in professional employment, there aren’t opportunities to explore issues that can create a difference in the preservation field. The format of the fellowship program is flexible to encourage creativity and allow fellows to continue to study, work, or engage in other activities.

Women History Institute Summer Research Fellowship

Categories are  Fellowship  tagged  Women /  Stipend /  Research

The Women’s History Institute of Historic Hudson Valley is pleased to offer Summer Research Fellowships to support college and graduate students engaged in scholarly research connected to the lives of women in the Hudson Valley throughout the centuries.

Fellowship stipends are $3,000 for a minimum of 6 weeks and a maximum of three months’ duration.

Kosciuszko Foundation Tuition Scholarship

Categories are  Scholarship  tagged  Medicine /  Internship-award /  Award /  Research

Kosciuszko Foundation Tuition Scholarships fund Polish-speaking American students for graduate studies, such as master's and Ph.D. studies, at U.S. colleges and universities. Scholarships vary from 1,000 to 7,000 dollars. Support is only available for full-time studies in the United States and for English Medical Schools in Poland.

Research Fellowship Program

Categories are  Fellowship /  Grants  tagged  Stipend /  Research /  Masters Degree

The fellowships are open to any student completing studies toward a masters or doctoral degree from an institution of higher education within the United States that is accredited by a regional or national agency. The applicant must pursue graduate study in an engineering, science, material science, or architectural program. Each fellowship includes a $35,000 stipend paid to the university to cover tuition, residence, research materials, equipment, study materials, related educational expenses, and does not include payment for institutional overhead.

The Garden Club of America Hope Goddard Iselin Fellowship in Public Horticulture

Categories are  Scholarship /  Fellowship  tagged  Research /  Masters Degree /  Educational Scholarship

To further the study of public horticulture through experiential learning that takes place at a recognized public garden, botanic garden, arboretum, or other closely aligned public horticulture institution within the United States.

Funds one or more students annually at $5000 for practical research and training at a recognized public garden, botanic garden, arboretum, or other institution directly engaged with connecting people, plants and gardening within the United States.

Daniel M. Jobbins Scholarship

Categories are  Scholarship  tagged  Award /  Research

The aim of this scholarship is to remember the late Daniel M. Jobbins' contributions to the sciences of mosquito research and management, as well as his service to mosquito control organizations in New Jersey; and to support and recognize mosquito research by graduate students attending every college or university in the United States. The NJMCA Scholarship Committee will select the winner of the grant.

Sigma Grants

Categories are  Grants  tagged  Nursing /  Research /  Masters Degree

The Sigma Foundation for Nursing awards grants to nurses in order to enable them to contribute to the progress of nursing through research. Funding is allocated depending on the validity of the submitted study, the applicant's potential pledge, and the applicant's research budget. Applications from new researchers who have not secured any other national research funding are welcomed. All credentials being equivalent, preference will be granted to Sigma participants. Sigma Foundation for Nursing has annual grants. The grant funds do not offset costs accrued previous to the funding deadline.

Policies and Guidelines for Including Biostatistics Support on Grants

Categories are  Grants  tagged  Biostatistics /  PHD Degree /  Award /  Research /  STEM /  Masters Degree

The guidelines lay out common scenarios and are meant to serve as a starting point for discussion for planning and budgeting purposes. In all cases, discussion with Biostatistics faculty early in the grant preparation process is necessary to ensure that the appropriate level of support is provided.

PhD faculty and master’s statisticians can participate in grant development in numerous ways including

  • assisting with the development of a research team;
  • assisting the investigators in defining and refining study aims and measures;
  • developing study designs;
  • writing statistical analysis plans;
  • computing the power or sample sizes necessary to achieve the study aims;
  • If Biostatistics effort in proposal development is not covered by funded projects, time spent on proposal development will be billed at the current hourly rate or MOU.

    Inclusion of Biostatistics Personnel in Project Budgets

    PhD faculty effort:Biostatistics faculty should be included as named co-investigators (typically as key personnel) on collaborative applications. While effort may vary from year to year, an average of 10% effort (1.2 calendar months per year) over the project period is suggested as a guideline for most clinical projects and more complex basic science projects (see effort allocation guidelines below). Faculty may not be included on budgets for less than 5% effort without the approval of the Chair of the Department of Biostatistics.

    Master’s statistician effort: Master’s statisticians and data management personnel provide assistance with data management, statistical programming, and preparation of reports and manuscripts. For most funded projects, master’s statistician should be coupled with PhD faculty effort.

    Effort Allocation Guidelines

    These guidelines provide suggested levels of support for projects of varying complexity and need of statistical expertise.

    Large or complex projects (e.g. multi-site clinical trials, cores for program projects or SPORES): Total biostatistics annual effort 50–100+% per year, such as 20% or more of PhD faculty time plus 30–100% master’s statistician FTE.

    Regular Projects (e.g., R01 involving clinical data, basic science project with complex analysis (eg. Omics data)): Total biostatistics annual effort 20–50%, such as 10–15% PhD faculty time plus 10–35% master’s statistician FTE.

    Simple Projects (e.g., project under 250K direct per year): Total biostatistics effort 5–20% per year, such as 5-10% PhD faculty time plus 5-10% master’s statistician FTE.

    Limited Scope projects: Total biostatistics effort <5% per year

    Teaching and Research Assistantships

    Categories are  Assistantship  tagged  Stipend /  Biostatistics /  Research /  Masters Degree

    Assistantships, which provide a stipend and in-state rate tuition scholarship, also complement your learning experiences by providing the opportunity to apply the skills and knowledge you have gained.

    Appointments are for one year with the possibility of renewal for additional years.

    Teaching Assistantships

    The 10-month teaching assistantships provide:

  • Tuition scholarship (at the in-state rate)
  • A $20,000 stipend
  • Health insurance/benefits
  • Teaching assistants are expected to help teach up to 20 hours per week.

    Research Assistantships

    The 12-month research assistantships provide:

  • A tuition scholarship
  • A $24,000 stipend
  • Health insurance/benefits may be provided depending on the funding source
  • Responsibilities vary depending on the project.

    Department of Biology (MS & PHD) - Financial Support & Scholarships

    Categories are  Scholarship /  Fellowship /  Assistantship  tagged  Stipend /  Award /  Biology /  Research /  Teaching

    The Department of Biology offers several Teaching Assistantships for MS and PhD students on a competitive basis.

    The MS Teaching Assistantship includes a full tuition award, a 9-month stipend of $16,500, and 75% of student health insurance at TCU. The award is renewable for a second year, based on satisfactory performance in the first. The workload is no more than 20 hours per week during the 9-month academic year, and most students are assigned to teach labs in either Introductory Biology I & II (BIOL 10501/10511) or Contemporary Issues in Biology (BIOL 10003).

    In addition, MS students may apply for a competitive internal award, the Adkins Fellowship, to provide $3,600 in summer stipend in support of their thesis research between the first and second year.

    For Ph.D. students, the Department of Biology also offers a small number of Teaching Assistantships (full tuition award, a 12-month stipend of $20,000, and 75% of student health insurance at TCU) and one Green Fellowship that is awarded on a competitive base for a single year (full tuition award, a 12-month stipend of $20,000 with no teaching responsibilities, 75% of student health insurance at TCU).

    The Department also provides up to $1,300 of support for MS and PhD students to attend a scientific meeting and present their research.

    Scholarships offered by Texas Christian University include:

    1. Dr. Ray Drenner Biology Student Research Fund

    2. Clifford E. Murphy Memorial Fund

    3. Adkins Fellowship

    Dr. Ray Drenner Biology Student Research Fund - Department of Biology (MS & PHD)

    Categories are  Scholarship  tagged  Stipend /  Award /  Biology /  Research /  Teaching

    The Department of Biology offers several Teaching Assistantships for MS and PhD students on a competitive basis. The MS Teaching Assistantship includes a full tuition award, a 9-month stipend of $16,500, and 75% of student health insurance at TCU.

    Students can receive research and travel support by applying for the Drenner Student Research Fund, named in honor of Dr. Ray Drenner, a long-time biology faculty member. The fund was established through the generosity of Dave Hambright, Ph.D., Pamela Genova, Ph.D. and former students of Dr. Ray Drenner to recognize his 44 years of teaching and mentoring at TCU. The fund supports Biology undergraduate and graduate student research and travel to scientific meetings to present their research. Please consult your faculty mentor if you are interested in applying for the Murphy Fund.