Awards and Fellowships

 

The University of Oregon Graduate School 2019 Fellowships and Awards

The University of Oregon Graduate School administers a range of fellowships and research awards annually, resulting in the support of 34 students (up from 25 last year!) for the 2018-19 academic year. These awards, most of which are donor supported, range from $500 to $20,000 per year and, in some cases, include tuition support. To learn more about the 2018 recipients, please click here.

Awards with a February 15th deadline

Betty Foster McCue Scholarship

Amount: $5,000

Eligibility: Doctoral candidates whose dissertations relate to human development & performance

Deadline: Friday, February 15th

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David S Easly Memorial Award

Amount: $1,000

Eligibility: Master's and doctoral students related to environmental conservation and the role of women in science

Deadline: Friday, February 15th

Application & More Information

Gary E. Smith Summer Professional Development Award

Amount: $3,000

Eligibility: Master's and doctoral students pursuing unique enrichment opportunities during the upcoming summer

Deadline: Friday, February 15th

Application & More Information

Graduate Teaching Excellence Award

Amount: $1,000

Eligibility: GEs with at least 5 terms of experience as sole instructor, lab or discussion leader

Deadline: Friday, February 15th

Application & More Information

Margaret McBride Lehrman Fellowship

Amount: $10,000 + tuition waiver for non-GE recipient

Eligibility: Master's and doctoral students with financial need pursuing studies in communication, particularly through writing

Deadline: Friday, February 15th

Application & More Information

Sandra Morgen Public Impact Graduate Fellowship

Amount: $6,000

Eligibility: Master's and doctoral students whose research has potential for significant societal impact

Deadline: Friday, February 15th

Application & More Information

Southeast Asian Studies Award

Amount: $1,500

Eligibility: Master's and doctoral students doing research about Southeast Asia

Deadline: Friday, February 15th

Application & More Information

University of Oregon Dissertation Research Fellowships

Includes

  • Stipend at least equivalent to a level 3 GE
  • Tuition waiver
  • GE fee subsidy
  • GE insurance subsidy

 

Eligibility: Doctoral students advanced to candidacy by the end of Spring 2019

Deadline: Friday, February 15th

Application & More Information

Awards with an April 26th deadline:

Margaret Wiese Graduate Research Award

Amount: $1,000

Eligibility: Master's and doctoral students doing work related to preserving culture, language, and/or artifacts of northwestern Native Americans

Deadline: Friday, April 26th

Application & More Information

Julie and Rocky Dixon Graduate Student Innovation Award

Includes

  • $14,000 award toward GE salary and/or to support a specific project
  • GE tuition waiver
  • GE fee subsidy
  • GE insurance subsidy

 

Eligibility: Doctoral students interested in innovation and/or entrepreneurship in preparation for careers outside academia

Deadline: Friday, April 26th

Application & More Information

    Award with a June 28th deadline:

    Kimble First-Year Teaching Award

    Amount: $500

    Eligibility:

    • GEs teaching for the first time at a post-secondary institution
    • Must have participated in UO teacher training

     

    Deadline: Friday, June 28th

    Application & More Information

    Award with a September 1st deadline:

    Future Stewards Program

    Includes

    • 6 terms of tuition support

     

    Eligibility: Master's or doctoral students who are members of a federally recognized tribe of Oregon

    Deadline: September 1st

    Application & More Information

     

    Please keep the following in mind:

    • All applicants'/nominees' transcripts will be reviewed as part of our evaluation process; unless indicated in the announcement, the Graduate School will provide copies of the transcript to the awards committees. 

    • In the case that the award cites financial need as a criterion,  the Graduate School will review applicants'  financial need with the Office of Financial Aid or International Affairs.

    • No applicant may receive the same award for two consecutive years

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