Other Funding Sources

The following is a partial list of additional funding sources for undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty.

 

Undergraduate Students

Cogut Center for the Humanities Undergraduate Fellowships are academic-year-long fellowships for Brown undergraduate students in the humanities.

Commerce, Organizations, and Entrepreneurship (COE) sponsors local and domestic internships.

 

The Dean of the College offers many fellowships that fund summer research, internships, graduate study, and international and national travel and study.

 

The Division of Campus Life & Student Services supports student initiatives at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Please contact laurinda_custodio@brown.edu for additional information.

 

The Framework in Global Health provides funding to support global health scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

The Pembroke Center invites applications from current Brown students, from any concentration or field, to apply for research grants and internships.

The Swearer Center for Public Service offers fellowships that fund scholarly and service projects for Brown undergraduates.

 

Undergraduate Teaching and Research Awards (UTRA) sponsor student-faculty collaborative projects.

 

The Watson Institute for International Studies offers a wide range of funding opportunities for undergraduate students in different fields of work.

 

Graduate Students

The Career Development Center offers a listing for dissertation research funding opportunities.

 

Cogut Center for the Humanities Graduate Fellowships are academic-year-long fellowships each year for Brown graduate students in the humanities.

 

Cogut Center Tuition Fellowships for the School of Criticism and Theory sponsor two participants in the summer sessions at the School of Criticism and Theory (SCT) at Cornell University.

 

Cogut Center Humanities Research Group Grants foster collaboration by faculty members and graduate students from diverse departments who share common research interests.

 

The Division of Biology and Medicine offers monthly updates and available resources to help students apply for research grants and fellowships.

 

The Division of Campus Life & Student Services supports student initiatives at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Please contact laurinda_custodio@brown.edu for additional information.

 

The Framework in Global Health provides funding to support global health scholarships for MPH and PhD graduate students.

 

The Graduate School Conference Travel Fund offers travel grants for doctoral students.

 

The Graduate Student Council offers limited conference travel funding for graduate students, and co-sponsoring funds for events on campus which are of interest to the graduate student body. 

 

The Pembroke Center invites applications from current Brown students, from any concentration or field, to apply for research grants and internships.

 

Faculty

The ADVANCE Program at Brown University seeks to increase the retention and advancement of women faculty in science and engineering.

 

The Cogut Center for the Humanities Faculty Fellowships support collaborative research among scholars in the humanities.

 

Faculty Development Funds provide limited funding to offset research related expenses.

 

The Framework in Global Health offers Funding for Faculty Curricular Development, intended to bring global health subject matter into seminars and courses.

Lectureship funds are intended to support proposals to bring outstanding individuals to campus from outside the Brown community. 

 

The Office of the Vice President for Research offers Research Seed Funds and Salomon Awards.

 

The Office of the Vice President for Research also maintains a list of awards with restricted submission policies.

 

Pembroke Center Seed Grants for Collaborative Interdisciplinary Research