Jack Kent Cooke Dissertation Fellowship Award
Field of Study:
Arts & Humanities, or Social Sci., Business, Law, Education
Extreme financial need
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This fellowship has a campus deadline. Please contact the Fellowships Office for details.
The Foundation has created the Cooke Dissertation Fellowship to focus more scholarly attention on high-achieving, low-income students to better understand their educational pathways and experiences and enable parents, policymakers, and practitioners to better support such students in achieving their full potential.
Dissertation fellowships are available for advanced doctoral students and are intended to support the student for work done after the student’s dissertation proposal has been accepted. Applications are encouraged from a variety of disciplines such as, but not limited to, education, sociology, economics, psychology, statistics, and psychometrics.
The fellowship is a one-time award of $25,000, which may be used for a period of not less than nine months and up to 18 months.
Visit the Jack Kent Cooke Dissertation Fellowship Award site.
Amount: Up to $25,000/year
Fellows must be enrolled in a graduate degree program, and provide documentation of academic progress each term.
- Fellows must participate in Fellowship activities, including the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholars Weekend in August. The Foundation will provide travel expenses, lodging, and meals.
- Fellows must be willing to present their research to Foundation staff and/or Scholars.
Fields of Study: Education, sociology, economics, psychology, statistics, and psychometrics, and others