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Funding & Grants

Weinberg fellowships

Paris Program - The Northwestern University Paris Program in Critical Theory was inaugurated in Fall of 2001, under the directorship of Samuel Weber, Avalon Professor of the Humanities at Northwestern University. It affords up to five highly-qualified advanced graduate students from a wide variety of disciplines a unique opportunity to spend one year in Paris familiarizing themselves with French and European theoretical research. 

Crown Fellowship - The Crown Family Center for Jewish Studies supports the Crown Fellowship, an award given annually to a Northwestern graduate student or group of students whose works bears on some aspect of Jewish history, culture, or religion.

Other fellowships and grants

The Graduate School fellowships and grants

The Graduate School also offers competitive fellowships and grants to help support graduate student research, conference travel, and advanced study. Review a list of TGS Internal Fellowships and Grant Competitions.

Highlights include:

Many of these fellowships require program administrators to electronically submit students' application materials to TGS. Read about How to Submit Fellowship and Grant Applications to The Graduate School.

Office of Fellowships

The Office of Fellowships maintains a Databases & Resources webpage. For external funding specifically for graduate students, see their fellowships for master's and professional degree students.

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