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Joint PhD Program Funding

December Deadlines

  1. Rosemary Sarri Endowed Scholarship

    The Rosemary Sarri Endowed Scholarship was established by gifts from alumni and friends to honor Rosemary Sarri, PhD, on her retirement from her distinguished teaching and research career at the UM School of Social Work. Dr. Sarri generously matched these contributions to double the amount of the fund, and she continues to make gifts to the fund each year. This award provides two scholarships, one for students in the MSW program and one for the students in the Joint PhD Program who have interest in community change, policy and political social work, management and leadership or program evaluation and applied research. Preference is given to students with financial need.

  2. The Irene & William Gambrill Fellowship

    Department deadline: December 3, 2021 Submit electronically to Laura Thomas lshirley@umich.edu

    This award is given to one or more students whose research is on integrating practice, research, and ethical issues.

    The Irene & William Gambrill Fellowship Application

March Deadlines

  1. Rackham International Research Awards

    Rackham deadline: March 1, 2022 This student-initiated application must be submitted directly to Rackham.

    The Rackham Graduate School announces the 2021–22 Rackham International Research Awards (RIRA) to support doctoral and master’s students conducting degree-related research outside the United States and Puerto Rico. There is no preference for particular fields of study and Rackham and the International Institute aim to fund a diverse array of students and projects.

    Rackham International Research Awards

May Deadlines

  1. (Rackham) King-Chavez-Parks Initiative, Future Faculty Fellowship Program

    Rackham deadline: May 30, 2022 This student-initiated application must be submitted directly to Rackham

    The King-Chavez-Parks Future Faculty Fellowship Program is funded by the State of Michigan's KCP Initiative. The purpose of the Future Faculty Fellowship Program is to increase the pool of academically or economically disadvantaged candidates pursuing faculty teaching careers in postsecondary education. Preference may not be given to applicants on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, gender, or national origin. Applications are encouraged from people with disabilities, and individuals from cultural, linguistic, geographic, and socio-economic backgrounds who would otherwise not adequately be represented in the graduate student and faculty populations.

    King-Chavez-Parks Initiative, Future Faculty Fellowship Program

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