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  • This fall, the University of Oregon enrolled 46 Promising Scholars, more than double the number enrolled last year.  The purpose of the Promising Scholar Awards is to recruit outstanding new graduate students from diverse backgrounds and experiences in order to advance the inclusive excellence of graduate programs and the institution as a whole. Specifically, Promising Scholars are master’s and doctoral students who are: from underrepresented populations, women pursuing degrees in STEM fields...
  • UO Graduate School alums are doing amazing work! To showcase some of their accomplishments, three distinguished alumni of the Graduate School will come back to Eugene to speak about their work and lives since graduating. These talks – planned in concert with the departments from which the alums graduated – will be open to the campus community and beyond. Please join us in welcoming these distinguished Ducks as they come back to the roost - and listen to their tales of adventure and...
  • The UO Applied Information Management (AIM) Program celebrates its 30th anniversary this fall with a gala in Portland. The online master’s degree program launched in 1986 as a result of meetings between AIM cofounders Linda Ettinger, PhD and Curt Lind and technology pioneer Tektronix, Inc., which needed employees with advanced degrees in information management. Over the decades AIM transitioned from face-to-face to fully online courses while preserving the academic integrity of the program by...
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Smith Richardson Foundation World Politics and Statecraft Fellowship

Annual grant competition to support Ph.D. dissertation research on American foreign policy, international relations, international security, strategic studies, area studies, and diplomatic and military history. The fellowship’s objective is to support the research and writing of policy-relevant dissertations through funding of fieldwork, archival research, and language training. Awards up to 20 grants of $7,500 each.

Kauffman Dissertation Fellowship Program

Awards up to fifteen grants of $20,000 each to Ph.D., D.B.A., or other doctoral students at accredited U.S. universities to support dissertations in the area of entrepreneurship.

Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad (DDRA) Fellowships

For U.S. citizens and permanent residents conducting overseas dissertation research in modern foreign language and area studies. Funding is for six to 12 months. Fellowships are not awarded for projects focusing on Western Europe or for research in countries with which the U.S. has no diplomatic relations. Note: The FY 2011 competition was canceled due to funding cuts.

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