Funds for travel/research January 1st- June 30th DEADLINE: December 1st
Funds for travel/research July 1st- December 31st DEADLINE: June 1st
Department of Sociology
401 Social Science Building
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, CA 92093
Office of Graduate Studies
9500 Gilman Drive #0003
La Jolla, CA 92093
Who is my Grants and Contracts Officer or Signing Official?
Kim E. Barrett, Dean of Graduate Studies
9500 Gilman Drive, La Jolla CA 92093-0003
To apply for an NSF, contact Contracts & Grants Officer - Susanna Pastell, firstname.lastname@example.org. She will give you your FastLane (the online application) temporary password and pseudo Social Security Number. You can use this information to login to FastLane and complete your application.
For the NSF application you are the Co-PI and your faculty advisor is the PI.
You (Co-PI) and your advisor (PI) will need to meet with the Department of Sociology's financial manager, Tanya to sign additional forms. Be sure to budget a year of funds beginning approximately 6 months after the submission date.
You will need to give the application to the Contracts & Grants Officer at least one business week before the deadline. Once you have completed the application, select the button that allows the Contracts & Grants Officer to view and submit your application.
American Association of University Women (AAUW)-AAUW offers several pre- and post-doctoral grants
The AERA Grants Program offers dissertation grants for quantitative education policy and practice research using large-scale, nationally- representative data sets such as those sponsored by NCES and NSF. Studies must include US education but may be comparative.
Bancroft Library Study Awards for students working on Master's thesis and Doctoral Dissertation that will use the library's materials.
The research awards competition is open to individuals with a serious interest in studying Congress. Political scientists, historians, biographers, scholars of public administration or American studies, and journalists are among those eligible.
Dorot Foundation Graduate research travel grant supports research in Israel
Three- to nine-month funding to teach graduate courses and/or conduct research in any discipline relevant to U.S.-Mexico border relations. Fluent Spanish is required. Candidates must have a Ph.D. and be from U.S. institutions located in any of the U.S. states on the border with Mexico. Affiliation must be with a university or research institution in any of the Mexican states on the border with the United States.
Horowitz supports sociological research with an emphasis on policy-oriented studies.
Global Migration and Human Mobility MacArthur will be providing a limited number of open grants in the following areas:
Governance of global migration
Migration and development
Re-conceptualizing global human mobility
McNeil supports research related to early American studies
These fellowships are designed to promote scholarship in the United States and abroad on matters relevant to the improvement of education in all its forms. NAE/Spencer will support one year of full-time research, or two years at half-time.
The Institute keeps a running list of pre- and post-doctoral opportunities for scholars studying Europe.
HUD's Doctoral Dissertation Research Grant program is intended to stimulate policy-relevant urban research by encouraging doctoral candidates to pursue research topics in community, housing, and urban development.
Supports research related to teaching, conservation, women and gender, religion and ethics, access and opportunities, and foreign affairs.