Fellowships

Follow the links below to search for information on fellowships at the Fellowships at Brown site.

DEAN OF THE COLLEGE
American-Scandinavian Foundation Award Study and research in all five Scandinavian countries. Open to US citizens and permanent residents who will have completed an undergraduate degree by the time their overseas program begins. Post undergraduate degree November
Baker Fellowship Awarded to outstanding members of the graduating class to aid them in undertaking graduate or professional study at a university of their choice either in the U.S. or abroad. Seniors February
Goldwater Scholarship Outstanding sophomores and juniors with excellent academic records, experience in and/or an intense commitment to research, and demonstrated potential for careers in mathematics and the natural sciences are invited to apply. Sophomore or Junior during nomination year December
Boren Undergraduate Scholarship for Study Abroad (NSEP) The fellowship emphasizes language training abroad in languages not commonly studied. Scholarships will apply for study in areas deemed critical to U.S. nation security, and students applying for study in certain NSEP-identified countries of emphasis will be given preference. Freshman, sophomore, junior December
Craig Cambridge Fellowship An opportunity for one graduating senior or recent graduate to pursue a Masters Degree (M.Phil) in the humanities or socials sciences at Selwyn College , Cambridge , UK . Senior or recent graduate November
Zucconi Fellowship Awarded to an outstanding senior who, through diligence and hard work, has not only performed well in a leadership capacity in one or more extra-curricular activities but has also excelled in academic course of study. Graduating seniors March
Dorot Fellowship in Israel Fellows are funded for twelve months, from summer to summer, in Israel . The first part of the fellowship is spent on an intensive Hebrew language program. The rest of the year is split between concurrent part-time Jewish study in a recognized educational institution which meets the foundation's standards and part-time internship in the Fellow's field of interest. In addition, the Foundation runs monthly seminars for the Fellows. Post undergraduate degree January
Emery Fellowship Aid women in undertaking graduate or professional study at a university of their choice either in the U.S. or abroad. Senior female undergraduates February
Fulbright Enables students and artists to conduct research or study in over 140 countries around the world. Must hold at least a bachelor's degree. September
Luce Scholarship Selects 18 "Americans of outstanding promise" from a variety of fields to participate in one-year internships in Asia based on the participants' career interests and preparation and who have not specialized in Asian studies and who would not otherwise expect to have such an opportunity during the normal course of their careers. Graduating seniors or recent graduates November
Keasbey Scholarship Provides Americans with an opportunity to experience the British educational system, by supporting two years of study at: Oxford - Balliol, Christ Church , Hertford, New College , Trinity, and University Colleges ; Cambridge - King's, St. John's , Selwyn, and Trinity Colleges ; University of Edinburgh ; and University College of Wales at Aberystwyth.
Marshall Scholarship Promotes intellectual, personal, and cultural exchange between the United States and the United Kingdom . Graduating seniors September
Udall Scholarship The Udall Foundation is committed to educating a new generation of Americans to preserve and protect their national heritage through studies in the environment, Native American health and tribal policy, and effective public policy conflict resolution. Juniors and seniors March
Rhodes Scholarship Brings outstanding students from many countries around the world to the University of Oxford . Every year, thirty-two U.S. citizens win Rhodes Scholarships. September
Rotary Scholarship To further international understanding and friendly relations among people of different countries. Every year about 1000 Rotary Scholarships for study abroad are awarded worldwide. The bulk of these are awarded to Americans. Sophomores, juniors, seniors, recent graduates June
Arnold Fellowship Arnold Fellows will pursue a project of their own planning, an independent exploration of some aspect of politics, business or cultural affairs of particular interest to them. Senior undergraduates February
St. Andrew's Students of Scottish descent, promotes cultural interchange and goodwill between Scotland and the United States . Saint Andrew's Scholarships fund one year of study at any of the universities in Scotland . Undergraduate October
Churchill Scholarship Churchill Scholarships support one year of graduate study at Churchill College, Cambridge , in engineering, mathematics, or the sciences. Senior undergraduates November
Gates Cambridge Scholarship Supports outstanding students with leadership potential who gain admission to a graduate program at the University of Cambridge . Senior undergraduates November
Mellon Mays Fellowship Bring greater diversity to scholarship and learning by making intellectual culture truly reflective of the American experience African American, Native American, or Latino sophomores March
RAB Grants Research at Brown (RAB) grants support student-initiated projects. Applicants can seek up to $500 of funding. Most grantees will be awarded less than $500, although in some exceptional cases (see below) awards may equal or exceed $500. We support research and travel to present papers at conferences, although other kinds of creative projects may be funded if resources are available. Undergraduate students November
Summer Research Early Identification Program Offers the opportunity to participate in summer research activities on one of the thirteen Leadership Alliance campuses Undergraduate students February
UTRAs (Undergraduate Teaching and Research Assistantships) Collaborative work between faculty and students in research, curriculum revision and development, and teaching (includes Odyssey, Hughes, and Excel) Faculty and undergraduate students February
PLME OFFICE
Summer Research Assistantships For students to become engaged in a biomedical research project under the supervision and mentorship of a Brown faculty member PLME students February
Summer Research Assistantships--Emergency Medicine For students to become engaged in aresearch project under the supervision and mentorship of a Brown emergency medicine faculty member PLME and medical students February
SWEARER CENTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE
Arthur Liman Public Interest Summer Fellowship Opportunity to participate in public interest law such as civil legal services for criminal defendants, children's rights, immigrants' right, drug policy, and the death penalty. Undergraduate students February
Scholarships for Service During the fall/spring semester and also during summer, if you are engaged in service work in Rhode Island and eligible for work study you could qualify for an additional $1000 in federal scholarship funding. All students Rolling
Starr Fellowship An opportunity to deepen understanding of critical public issues as a part of a liberal education, working with a community organization at the local, national or international level. Undergraduate students February
Swearer International Service Spend the summer pursuing international service work. Junior and senior undergraduates March
Royce Fellowship Explore interests in ways a traditional college curriculum alone cannot achieve Undergraduate students February
The Sport and Society Fellowship (Royce) Recognizes Brown University undergraduates who have a record of excellence in academics and sport. The program supports innovative research or applied projects, exploring the intersection of sport and human rights within a particular context. Fellows’ areas of research may include health, education, conflict resolution, public policy, disability rights, race, gender or ethnicity. Undergraduates February