Education, Culture & Society Graduate Student Research Scholarship

The College of Education offers this opportunity to Education, Culture & Society Ph.D. students who 1) have finished their Ph.D. coursework, but have not yet completed or defended their dissertation; 2) have a minimum 3.5 GPA; 3) are conducting their researching in Sociology, History or Philosophy of Education (social, cultural, and/or historical foundations of education); and 4) are in good academic standing (having no incompletes or EUs).
Number of Awards: one (1)
Value: up to $500
Provided by: Dr. Harvey Kantor and Janet Felker

Award
Varies
Deadline
03/13/2020
Supplemental Questions
  1. Are you a graduate student in the Education, Culture & Society (ECS) program and conducting research in Sociology, History or Philosophy of Education (social, cultural, and/or historical foundations of education)?
  2. Are you an ECS Ph.D. student who 1) has finished your Ph.D. coursework, but has not yet completed or defended your dissertation?
  3. Include a personal statement describing why you are a qualified candidate for the scholarship; your academic accomplishments and professional goals; and your community service and involvement (must be double-spaced and no more than two [2] pages).
  4. Please upload a copy of your unofficial transcript.
  5. The Education, Culture & Society Department Scholarship Committee requires three (3) letters of recommendation from people that can speak to your academic performance and/or professional attributes (family members are excluded).
    • ECS requests three (3) letters of recommendation.