NSF Dissertation Improvement Grants Cultural Anthropology Program

Congratulations to Diana Graizbord who was awarded an NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant to support her ethnographic research onsocial policy making in Mexico.

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Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant Writing class: Biol 701

Juyoung Lee has been awarded an NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant for her dissertation research on "Environmental Outcomes in Multiple Spatial Scales". In her dissertation research, Juyoung investigates how a spatialized political economy shapes the distribution of environmental hazards from industrial facilities across U.S. neighborhoods.

Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants

Joanna Weremijewicz, a biology Ph.D. student in the University of Miami College of Arts & Sciences, has received a Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant from the National Science Foundation to support her research on fungi that help plants absorb nutrients from soil.

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The YIBS Small Grants Program Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grants are intended to provide partial support of doctoral dissertation research for improvement beyond the already existing project. These grants are intended for students who have already advanced to candidacy in a PhD program and who have already applied for extramural funding. Applying for the NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant in the Biological and Social Sciences
Mac Marston, Archaeology (NSF Graduate Fellow, 2003-2007; NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant, 2008)
The National Science Foundation offers Dissertation Improvement Grants to doctoral students in many areas of the biological and social sciences. These competitive grants provide up to $15,000 (depending on the field) for research expenses related to the dissertation. The workshop will focus on the merit criteria for NSF grants, the structure of the proposal, suggestions for writing style, and technical details of Fastlane submission.
This workshop was recorded on November 4, 2009.Applying for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Mac Marston, Archaeology (NSF Graduate Fellow, 2003-2007; NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant, 2008)
This workshop will discuss strategies for applying for the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Open to US citizens in the Social, Biological, and Physical Sciences, this highly competitive fellowship provides three years of fellowship funding to successful applicants. The workshop will focus on the merit criteria for NSF grants, the structure of the proposal, suggestions for writing style, and technical details of Fastlane submission.
. This workshop was recorded on September 9, 2009.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Laura Walker, a doctoral candidate inbiological sciences, has received a doctoral dissertation improvement grantfrom the National Science Foundation.
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WORCESTER, MA (11/25/2013)(readMedia)-- Clark University Ph.D. student John S. Soghigian, of Bennington, Vt., received a prestigious (NSF) Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant.

Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant: Tepango Valley Archaeological Project

Dissertation Improvement Grant National Science Foundation

Jeff Kukucka and Amanda Nicholson, both students in the John Jay/CUNY PhD program in Psychology and Law, are the recipients of prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) Dissertation Improvement Grants. Nicholson will examine “The Impact of Jury Diversity on Deliberation Quality” with her faculty mentor, Professor Margaret Kovera in the Department of Psychology, while Kukucka will complete his study titled, “An Investigation of Factors that Create and Mitigate Confirmation Bias in Judgments of Forensic Evidence,” with his advisor, Distinguished Professor of Psychology Saul Kassin.

Lauren ButaricCollege of Liberal Arts Vision 2020 Dissertation Improvement Grant, 2012 ($5,000)

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Writing Successful Grant and Fellowship Applications
Mac Marston, Archaeology (NSF Graduate Fellow, 2003-2007; NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant, 2008)
This workshop focuses on strategies for writing effective applications for grants and fellowships to support graduate study and research, especially for students seeking doctorates and research MAs. We will discuss approaches common to the humanities, sciences, and social sciences, as well as specific suggestions for each academic area. Finally, we will briefly introduce major funding opportunities for graduate study from both UCLA and off-campus funding agencies.
. This workshop was recorded on September 3, 2009.