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$5,000 each to up to four doctoral candidates whose dissertation topics are related to issues of human development and performance.
The Graduate School is pleased to announce the David S Easly Memorial Award.The award is designed to support outstanding masters and doctoral students pursuing a degree related to environmental conservation and preservation, particularly students with an interest in the role of women in science.
Up to $3,000 award for up to five outstanding master's or doctoral students pursuing academic, professional development, or training enrichment opportunities during Summer 2016. The activity would provide unique academic opportunities not normally available as part of the student's degree program. All students must be registered as full time students at the time of application and be returning as full time students in the Fall.
A $9,000 award (and tuition waiver for a non-GTF recipient) will be made to a graduate student with financial need who is pursuing studies that emphasize communication, particularly through writing.
Up to two $2,500 award designed to encourage graduate research about Southeast Asia. Award may be requested for educational expenses, including tuition supplements, travel, equipment purchase, books and supplies, and other educational needs. This award is established through an endowment from Norman Sundberg, Professor Emeritus, Psychology, and his wife, Donna Sundberg.
Each department nominates one student who will be in the final year of doctoral work. $18,000 stipend plus tuition waiver for up to 2 dissertation students.
This fellowship will provide up to one master's level and two doctoral-level recipients with a stipend of $6,000 for the 2015-16 academic year and the opportunity to participate in a research advocacy workshop for graduate students and faculty.
The Graduate School of the University of Oregon is pleased to announce the Future Stewards Program, designed in cooperation with the office of the Assistant Vice President and Advisor to the President on Sovereignty and Government to Government Relations. The program will provide an opportunity to work with the nine federally recognized tribes of Oregon to help to make graduate education more accessible for their members. It is our hope that tribal members who have earned graduate degrees at the University of Oregon will be able to return home to become stewards of their communities who will support their traditional culture, foster educational opportunities, and promote economic development.
The Graduate Teaching Excellence Award is jointly sponsored by the Office of Academic Affairs, the Graduate School, and the Division of Undergraduate Studies and is designed to recognize outstanding teaching performances by experienced graduate teaching fellows (GTFs) who have demonstrated a commitment to developing their instructional skills, while at the same time excelling in their academic degree program.
One of $1,000 each will be made. Awards will be announced before the end of spring term.
$14,000 per doctoral award recipient and research GTF (graduate research fellow) by the academic department at .40 FTE (GTF tuition waiver, fee subsidy, and health insurance premium support for fall, winter, and spring terms to support that appointment). The $14,000 may, in full or in part, be used toward specific activities tied to the innovative career development experience or may be put, in full or in part, used toward GTF salary. The department (or research center/institute or school/college) is expected to obtain and provide funding to ensure that the total salary is equal to what that student would receive at the GTF level III, as the award recipient will have been advanced to candidacy by the time the award period commences (and must, in fact, be advanced no later than spring 2016). Up to four awards will be made.
Up to two $1000 awards to support graduate student research (i.e., travel, materials, archival or field research) related to preserving the culture, language and/or artifacts of northwestern Native Americans.
Funded by the Nippon Foundation of Tokyo to nurture leaders who will transcend geopolitical, religious, ethnic, and cultural boundaries in the world community for the peace and well-being of humankind. Fellowship stipends are awarded for one year of full-time graduate work involving research and scholarly endeavors in programs and projects with an international dimension.
Two awards of $500 each are distributed annualy: one to first-time lab or discussion section leaders and one first-time sole instructors. The awards honors BOTH excellent teaching and reflective practive--to win it, GTFs must attend the teaching development workshops or conversations within TEP or other departments/units, complete a midterm evaluation, a video view, and write a teaching philosophy statment. For more information, please visit the Teaching Effectiveness Program at: http://tep.uoregon.edu/services/kimble/kimble.html
Deadline: Friday, June 24, 2016