LGS and Emory Fellowships
- Emory Graduate Diversity Fellowship - awarded upon admission. The EGDF covers tuition and fees and provides a $5,000 supplement to the regular program stipend. Awards may be renewed annually for up to five years of study, contingent upon satisfactory academic performance.
- Initiative to Maximize Student Development Fellowships (IMSD) - Fellowships for stipend and travel funding are available for US citizens and permanent residents who are underrepresented in the sciences. This includes all students with disabilities, and economically disadvantaged students. Graduate IMSD fellowships are awarded upon admission and the trainee is eligible for support for the first two years of graduate studies.
Visit our Fellowships and Grants page to learn about more funding and fellowship opportunities at LGS and Emory.
External Funding and Fellowships
Below are external funding opportunities that are targeted toward underrepresented groups. But the search should not stop here.
Emory subscribes to Grant Forward. The Grant Forward database is a great resource for identifying funding opportunities to support your work. Please note that in the case of Grant Forward, students must access the database from campus or by using a VPN connection.
- American Association of University Women (AAUW)
- American Educational Research Association (AERA)
- American Indian Graduate Center Fellowship
- American Institute of Indian Studies
- American Sociological Association Minority Fellowship Program
- Ford Foundation Fellowships
- Jacob K. Javits Fellowships Program
- NASA-Jenkins Predoctoral Fellowship Program
- National GEM Consortium Fellowship Program
- Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
- United Negro College Fund/Gates Millennium Scholars
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