Rosenberg-Hill Graduate Research Fellowship


Purpose

As part of the Graduate Division's effort to prepare future faculty and health science leaders, this competitive fellowship is offered to support research in the health sciences and prepare students for academic careers.

Eligibility

  • Outstanding PhD students in the social and populational sciences who are entering years 3-5 of their program
  • No citizenship requirements
  • Students must be enrolled in one of the following programs: Global Health Sciences, History of Health Sciences, Medical Anthropology, Nursing, Sociology
  • Programs may nominate two eligible students for this fellowship. An existing fellow may be nominated for a second year.

Support

  • Two awards granted
  • $40,000 stipend divided equally over a twelve month period, September-August
  • Resident tuition and fees
  • Student will work 20 hours per week in the Graduate Division office as an administrative intern reporting to the Associate Dean of Graduate Programs or the Assistant Dean, Office of Postdoctoral Scholars
  • Remainder of time is expected to be spent working on their dissertation

Notes

Each nomination requires a CV, unofficial transcript, research proposal, and a statement from the student why they want to be a Rosenberg-Hill fellow. The research proposal should be a maximum of two pages, minimum 10 pt. font. In addition, two recommendation letters are required, one from the student's advisor and the other from the graduate program director. Letters should be no more than two pages in length, minimum 10 pt. font. Student statement should be no more than one page in length, minimum 10 pt. font.

Awardees

2019-2020

Laura Duncan – Medical Anthropology
Nicole Foti – Sociology
Jhia Jackson – Sociology

2018-2019

Jhia Jackson – Sociology
Brianna Singleton – Nursing


Learn more about how this and other internal fellowships are awarded.