Internal funding opportunities
School of Nursing
- International Scholarship Application: Thanks to the generosity of the School of Nursing Alumni Association, donors to the School of Nursing Endowment for International Initiatives and the Maxine D. Woodard, RN International Scholarships, School of Nursing students can apply for grants to help defray some of the costs of international academic and exchange programs.
2016 application deadlines: October 12 for J-Term and February 22 for summer and fall.
- Office for Nursing Research has numerous opportunities for undergraduate and graduate research funding.
- The Rodriguez Nursing Student Research and Leadership Fund - 2017 Call: The fund is designed to assist undergraduate and graduate students as they seek learning opportunities, primarily in the US, as a complement to and extension of their nursing education.
A few awards students have received from the Center for Undergraduate Excellence in the past, include:
Jefferson Public Citizens (JPC) is a comprehensive academic public service program that integrates students’ service and research experiences throughout their time at the University. Teams of undergraduate students, along with a faculty advisor and graduate student mentor, develop and implement a project in conjunction with a community organization. Funding is available for all program costs and travel, as well as a stipend.
The Raven Society Fellowships
Center for Children, Families, and the Law
- Doris Buffet Fellowship: Available to graduate students planning to be involved in applied work related to the topic of children and families in need.
Center for Global Health (CGH)
- University Scholar Award: Available to undergraduate, graduate, or professional students who engage faculty mentors in multidisciplinary approaches to global health in an international setting.
- Pfizer Initiative in International Health: Available to undergraduate and graduate students, medical and nursing students who develop hypothesis-driven, rigorous research on infectious disease in developing countries.