The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation is sponsoring Arts Innovation Grants for faculty and students to support artistic innovation at Johns Hopkins. Arts Innovation projects are intended to spark creativity, encourage interdisciplinary and inter-institutional collaborations, and extend the reach of the arts and humanities programs at Johns Hopkins to the greater Baltimore community.
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Applications for the Woodrow Wilson Award for Rising Sophomores, the Dean’s Undergraduate Research Award, the Bander Family Fund, and the William F. Clinger Jr. Award have been extended to March 19!
Applications are now online for CCBC students who are interested in applying for the CCBC/JHU Andrew W. Mellon Humanities for All Summer Research Experience this summer. The application deadline is Feb. 2.
Applications for the Woodrow Wilson Award for Rising Sophomores, the Dean’s Undergraduate Research Award, the Bander Family Fund, and the William F. Clinger Jr. Award are all open now through Feb. 23.
The application for undergraduates and graduates interested in the Hugh Hawkins Research Fellowship for the Study of Hopkins History is now available online. Students from any school at Johns Hopkins who wish to conduct research this summer into an aspect of the rich history of Johns Hopkins University are encouraged to apply. Applications are due […]
The Woodrow Wilson Fellowship application for rising sophomores is now online. Current freshmen interested in pursuing independent research projects are encouraged to apply. Applications are due Friday, April 21 at 11:59 p.m. EST.
There will be an information session for those interested in DURA on Wednesday, March 1, at 5:30 p.m. in the Sherwood Room of Levering Hall. Anyone considering applying to DURA should attend.
The William F. Clinger, Jr. Award will not be making additional awards for the 2017-2018 school year. Undergraduates interested in pursuing independent research are encouraged to explore DURA and the Bander Family Fund Award.
Arielle Kaden, a Woodrow Wilson fellow who graduated in December 2015 with a B.A. in Writing Seminars and a minor in Jewish Studies, will spend the year in Berlin, Germany, researching the city’s contemporary Jewish community and writing a memoir about her research experience.
Many of our Woodrow Wilson Fellows go on to pursue other prominent fellowships or scholarships.