Fellowships

Fellowships

*This is an older version of the fellowships/grants resource page; please visit the current grant/fellowship resource page.

Nationally competitive fellowships and grants help you clarify your research, improve your writing, and expand your scholarly network. Grant writing is a vital skill for the academic, government, and non-profit sectors, and it is best developed with supported practice. Learn about the campus support effort for nationally competitive fellowships and the Graduate College’s Incentive award for applying to these programs.  Please also visit our Fellowships Communities pages for expanded information about the NSF GRFP, Mellon/ACLS, AAUW, and Ford Foundation Fellowships.

*This is an older version of the fellowships/grants resource page; please visit the current grant/fellowship resource page.

 

Request a Workshop

The Graduate College offers workshops that can be requested by student groups (formal organizations or informal groups of students), faculty, departments, or other campus organizations. You can review the offerings below. To request a workshop complete the Workshop Request Form.

Unfortunately, the Graduate College will not be offering workshops on request during the fall 2018 semester. This service will be available again in the spring of 2019.

Please note all workshops:

  • are 60-90 minutes in length,
  • require at least 5 students to attend, and
  • room accommodations reserved by the requester.

Applying for Nationally Competitive Fellowships (faculty mentor attendance required)

This workshop is divided into three parts: Identifying opportunities, creating a writing plan, and tips from experts. Student learn about the Fellowships Incentive Program (FIP) and how to connect with an Iowa Fellowships Community. Students leave the session with an understanding of how to find appropriate fellowships and what steps they need to take to prepare a competitive application package.

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