In an effort to encourage graduate students to think broadly and across disciplines, The Graduate School will consider requests for funding (up to $2000) to support symposia/conferences/meetings that are organized and hosted by FSU graduate students. The funds can be used to defray travel expenses of a keynote speaker, food, printing etc., but must be used in accordance with State of Florida and FSU guidelines.
Each proposal will be evaluated on its merits, but priority will be given to proposals whose organizing group includes participants (graduate students, postdocs) from more than one academic unit. The greater the diversity of disciplines the better, as the goal is to promote interdisciplinary dialogue and appreciation for a wide array of perspectives.
This document shows the proposal format, requirements, and deadlines.
The application cycle is now closed, but will be available in Spring 2017. The next deadline for receipt of proposals will be April 1, 2017.
Please contact Brian Barton with any questions.
Spring 2018 Dissertation Research Grant
The Dissertation Research Grant is an award paid by The Graduate School to assist doctoral students with expenses associated with research necessary to prepare dissertations.Awards will be $1,000 for top tier awardees and up to $750 for second tier awardees. The tiers will be determined by the rankings of the review committee. The applicant must complete the online application and submit their CV as well as the major professor's statement form to The Graduate School prior to the deadline.
The application cycle is now open.
Fellows Society Dissertation Fellowship
The Fellows Society Dissertation Fellowship is an internal fellowship designed to promote current members of the Fellows Society who are currently enrolled in a Ph.D program. Ideal candidates will have demonstrated academic merit, leadership, broad intellectual curiosity, and an interest in interdisciplinary approaches to problem solving in the current degree program. Recipients of this fellowship should be active participants and/or leaders of the Fellows Society. Additional consideration will be given to applicants based upon their level of involvement with the Fellows Society. The application cycle is now open.
The Florida Gubernatorial Fellows Program provides leadership training to outstanding Florida graduate and undergraduate students interested in public service. Preference will be given to graduate students. By immersing students in key areas of government, including the Executive Office of the Governor and the Governors agencies, students will receive first-hand, on-the-job training as well as valuable high-level experience and insight on government and how it works. Florida State University Fellows also receive an annual health insurance subsidy. The application window is now closed.
For more information, visit: http://www.floridafellows.com/
Henderson Family Fellowship
This fellowship was created to support Florida public school teachers who are pursuing a Masters or Specialist degree. This fellowship will defray the costs of tuition and fees for up to two semesters in an academic year (summer, fall, spring). The application window is now open.
This fellowship is contingent upon available funding. For more information or questions related to this fellowship, please contact The Graduate School at email@example.com
International Dissertation Semester Research Fellowship
This fellowship carries a $7,000 stipend per semester (up to two semesters), plus tuition waivers, for advanced doctoral students. These prestigious fellowships for advanced doctoral students are offered by the Graduate School to facilitate research and timely completion of the doctoral degree that requires extended research-time abroad. Recipients must enroll for a minimum number of dissertation hours during the research semester. Recipients must conduct research abroad for the duration of the fellowship. Applications are through the academic department Chair or College Dean as appropriate. The application window is now open.
Leslie N. Wilson - Delores Auzenne Assistantship for Minorities
This assistantship is available for all new or currently enrolled minority graduate students. Nomination is through the department or college, but competition for these awards is on a university-wide basis. The stipend is a minimum of $5,000 per academic year plus tuition waivers. Assistants also receive an annual health insurance subsidy. The application window is now open.