Grants, Fellowships, and Awards
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**Please note that 2021-22 research grant activities are subject to University travel rules which may change with short notice. If your research involves travel, you must have your travel pre-approved by the ASE Deans in order to use any University funding for your travel. All research grant receipts for reimbursement must be submitted by June 15, 2022.**
The Susan B. Anthony Institute (SBAI) offers grants to support research in gender, sexuality and women's studies by graduate students. The Grants Committee's policy has traditionally been to award money to as many eligible applicants as possible. Full details can be found on the graduate student research grants page.
Each year, the SBAI invites current graduate students at the University of Rochester to compete for the Susan B. Anthony Teaching Fellowship, which offers graduate students an opportunity to design and teach their own introductory (100-level, four-credit) course in GSW.
This teaching fellowship will offer an award of $7,000 for an individual graduate student. We especially encourage applications from students who have passed their qualifying exams or will shortly do so.
See the teaching fellowship page for application information and full details about the fellowship.
This award is made to the University of Rochester PhD candidate having completed (or nearly completed*) the most distinguished dissertation in gender, sexuality, and/or women's studies. The dissertation award amount is $1,000 and was awarded for the first time in spring 2005.
Nominations and/or applications for the award should be sent to the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org by May 1. Full details can be found on the dissertation awards page.
The Susan B. Anthony Dissertation Fellowship was awarded from 1999 to 2004.