Undergraduate and Graduate Awards
The Leonard and Helen R. Stulman Jewish Studies Program offers two awards to support travel and research. Awards are given in the late spring to support research over the following summer and academic year. The maximum for both awards is $2,500.
The Stulman Award
The Stulman Award is granted on a competitive basis to JHU undergraduate and graduate students proposing a worthy plan of study, including language study, or research that requires material support.
The John Koren Award
The John Koren Award for Holocaust Research and Education is granted annually to an undergraduate student researching the Holocaust. Recipients of the John Koren Award will be expected to make a public presentation of their research results at some point during the year of their award.
How to Apply
To apply for either award, interested students should submit a 2–5-page research proposal, one letter of recommendation, and a detailed budget to:
Applications must be received by February 28, each year.