Funding, Fellowships, and Prizes

GSAS Dissertation Research Fellowships

More information on Graduate School of Arts & Science Fellowships and Awards can be found here

Each award includes an annual stipend, a waiver of maintenance of matriculation fees, and 100% coverage of the NYU comprehensive health insurance plan for an individual. The stipend will reflect the GSAS minimum stipend for 2017-2018. In 2014-2015 the minimum stipend was $25,686.

Elaine Brody Fellowship for the Humanities

  • One award is available to a GSAS student whose planned dissertation research requires extended research abroad. The student should have completed all coursework, have an approved dissertation proposal, and is planning to travel abroad to complete his or her dissertation research. The project description should clearly indicate the need for extended research outside of the United States and its territories. Departments in which eligible work is being conducted may nominate one student. Recipients must submit a final progress report no later than three months after the project has been completed but before August 15 of the award year to the GSAS Office of Academic and Student Affairs. (Suspended during 2017-2018 Academic Year)

Lane Cooper Fellowship

  • One award is available to a GSAS student who intends to pursue a teaching career in history, literature, philosophy or classical and medieval languages. Research may concern any period up to and including, but not later than, the Renaissance. Departments in which eligible work is being conducted may nominate one student. Recipients must submit a final progress report no later than three months after the project has been completed but before August 15 of the award year to the GSAS Office of Academic and Student Affairs.

GSAS Dissertation Writing Fellowships

Each award includes a stipend, a waiver of maintenance of matriculation fees, and 100% coverage of the NYU comprehensive health insurance plan for an individual. The stipend for the Dean's Dissertation will reflect the GSAS minimum stipend for 2017-2018. In 2014-2015 the minimum stipend was $25,686. The stipend for the Mellon Dissertation Fellowship and the Williamson Fellowship will reflect the GSAS minimum stipend for 2017-2018, with an additional $500.00 merit supplement. It is expected that these awards will enable students to complete their dissertation and graduate at the end of the 2015-2016 academic year.

Dean's Dissertation Fellowship

  • Thirty Dean's Dissertation Fellowships are available to eligible GSAS doctoral students in all departments who will be entering the final year of writing their dissertations. Departments may nominate no more than two students. The Departments of English, History, and Philosophy will not make nominations directly to the Dean’s Dissertation Fellowship. Students nominated but not selected for Mellon Dissertation Fellowships will be designated as nominees for the Dean’s Dissertation Fellowships (see below). Recipients must submit a final progress report no later than three months after the project has been completed but before August 15 of the award year to the GSAS Office of Academic and Student Affairs.

GSAS Dean's Outstanding Dissertation Award

  • Description: Awards of $1,000 given to recognize the best doctoral dissertations in the humanities,sciences, and social sciences; one award is given in each division. Recipientsof this award will be acknowledged at the May Convocation ceremony.Qualifications: Ph.D. must have been awarded in May, September, or January prior to application. Each department may nominate one student.

GSAS Andrew Sauter Fellowship

Description: Award for the summer to support the research and study abroad of graduate
students in the humanities and social sciences. Eligible departments may
nominate one student.

Amount: $2,500

Application: Please see http://gsas.nyu.edu/page/grad.prizesawards for a list
of required documents. Student application materials must be submitted
in both paper format with original signatures and electronic format to the
Department of French. It is preferred that documents be submitted as
Microsoft Word documents (.doc) or as Adobe PDF files (.pdf). The Graduate
Studies Committee will select one nominee from amongst the applicants.
Please note that applicants may be considered for the GSAS Summer
Predoctoral Fellowship instead (see below).

Dates: Call goes out in early January.
Applications due to Department of French in early February.
Awards announced in early May.

GSAS Summer Predoctoral Fellowship

Description: Fifteen awards for the summer to visit research sites. Each department may
nominate no more than two students.

Amount: $2,000

Application: Please see http://gsas.nyu.edu/page/grad.prizesawards for a list
of required documents. Student application materials must be submitted
in both paper format with original signatures and electronic format to the
Institute of French Studies. It is preferred that documents be submitted as
Microsoft Word documents (.doc) or as Adobe PDF files (.pdf). The Graduate
Studies Committee will select two nominees from amongst the applicants.

Dates: Call goes out in early January.
Applications due to Department of French in early February.
Awards announced in early May.

GSAS Student Travel Grant

Description: The Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Science provides funds for travel to conferences to present invited papers or posters to graduate students in the social sciences, sciences, and humanities. The grant may be used for travel, lodging, and related expenses.The Dean's Student Travel Grant Program provides a total of 225 awards each year, in the amount of $500 each, to help students defray the cost of presenting their scholarly work. The grant may be used for travel, lodging, and related expenses.

Qualifications:

-Applicants must be matriculated students in good academic standing in a GSAS graduate program. Doctoral students must be within seven years of their first term of enrollment in their graduate program (eligibility may be extended beyond the seventh year if a student was off campus for approved fieldwork, or if there are extenuating academic circumstances). Master’s students must be within two years of their first term of enrollment in their graduate program.

-Applicants must be presenting a paper/poster at a scholarly or professional conference. Attendance only cannot be funded; presentations at graduate student conferences or invitational seminars at other institutions also cannot be funded.

-Applicants may apply while awaiting confirmation of acceptance from conference organizers; however, no grant checks will be issued without the submission of documentation showing acceptance. If documentation is not received within a specified time period, the award offer is cancelled.

-Ph.D. students may receive no more than one grant per travel grant year and no more than two during their academic career at GSAS. Master’s students may receive no more than one grant during their time at GSAS pursuing that degree; should they continue in a GSAS Ph.D. program, the earlier grant will count as one of the awards allotted for their career. Effective with fall 2011, Period I, the maximum number of awards that Ph.D. students may receive is two.

Application: Travel grants are awarded three times per year for student travel during periods running from August to November, December to March, and April to July. A total of 225 grants are awarded, 75 in each travel period. All awards are made by a two-tiered lottery: Ph.D. applicants who have never received a GSAS Student Travel Grant will be entered in the first round; if awards are still available, a second round for master’s applicants and previous Ph.D. grant recipients will be conducted. GES supervises both lotteries. At the end of the travel grant year, if any awards remain unused, GES will hold a special lottery for students who have never received a travel grant and who were not selected during the year. Early applications, incomplete applications and late applications will not be accepted. Students may apply for a grant for only one conference per period.

Applications must be completed online during one of the two-week application periods below. http://gsas.nyu.edu/page/grad.travelgrant

Dates: Application periods are October 6 to 17, February 9 to 20, and June 8 to 19. Notification of award sent November 14, March 13, and July 10.

Michel Beaujour Fellowship

The Michel Beaujour Fellowship, funded through a bequest by the late Michel Beaujour, a co-founder of the Institute of French Studies and a professor in the French Department, is offered each year to an advanced doctoral student at IFS for dissertation writing and research. It provides support equivalent to a year of a MacCracken Fellowship. Applications should include a five to ten page proposal (presenting the aims, methods, and sources for the thesis, as well as a description of what is to be accomplished during the fellowship year) and two confidential letters of recommendation. The deadline for applications is announced early in the spring semester.

Social Science Research Council Fellowships

Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship (DPDF) Student Fellowship Competition

The Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship (DPDF) Program helps early-stage doctoral students in the humanities and social sciences formulate innovative dissertation research proposals through workshops, exploratory summer research, and writing guided by peer review and faculty mentorship. The program seeks young scholars who are interested in strengthening their dissertation research plans through exposure to the theories, literatures, methods, and intellectual traditions of disciplines outside their own. By the end of the fellowship, participating students will complete a draft proposal that can be reviewed with academic advisors and adapted for submission to an academic department and/or research funding agencies.

Benefits: The DPDF program covers all travel, lodging, and meals expenses related to mandatory attendance at both workshops. Applicants may request up to $5,000 to support summer research expenses, including travel, lodging, meals, and some necessary equipment and supplies.

Eligibility: -Applicants must be currently matriculated in PhD programs at accredited universities in the United States.
-Applicants may be US citizens or noncitizens.
-Progress within graduate program:
-Applicants must have completed at least two full years of graduate study (MA and/or PhD) by the end of June 2016.
Applicants must be on track to obtain approval of their dissertation proposals after the September 2016 DPDF workshop but before the end of the 2016-2017 academic year.
-Applicants must commit to attend the spring and fall workshops in their entirety and to conduct at least six weeks of summer research away from their home institutions between the 2016 spring and fall workshops.
-Students who have already submitted dissertation research proposals to their departments for approval or to funding agencies for support of their dissertation research are not eligible to apply to the DPDF Program.

Deadline: TBA

For more information and to access the online application, visit http://www.ssrc.org/fellowships/dpdf-fellowship/

International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

The Mellon International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF) offers nine to twelve months of support to graduate students in the humanities and humanistic social sciences who are enrolled in PhD programs in the United States and conducting dissertation research on non-US topics. Eighty fellowships are awarded annually. Fellowship amounts vary depending on the research plan, with a per-fellowship average of $20,000. The fellowship includes participation in an SSRC-funded interdisciplinary workshop upon the completion of IDRF-funded research.

Deadline: TBA

To learn more about the IDRF and/or apply, visit: http://www.ssrc.org/fellowships/idrf-fellowship/
Spencer Foundation Fellowships

The Spencer Foundation provides individual fellowships to doctoral students at the dissertation stage and to scholars engaged in postdoctoral work. Both programs support research related to education and are administered by the National Academy of Education (NAEd). The Dissertation Fellowship Program seeks to encourage a new generation of scholars from a wide range of disciplines and professional fields to undertake research relevant to the improvement of education. These $25,000 fellowships support individuals whose dissertations show potential for bringing fresh and constructive perspectives to the history, theory, or practice of formal or informal education anywhere in the world. This highly competitive program aims to identify the most talented researchers conducting dissertation research related to education. Like all Spencer Foundation programs, the Dissertation Fellowship program receives many more applications than it can fund. This year, up to 600 applications are anticipated and up to 25 fellowships will be awarded.

Benefits: $25,000

For more information and to access the online application, visit http://www.naeducation.org/NAED_080200.htm
Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship

ACLS invites applications for the tenth annual competition for theMellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowships, which support a year of research and writing to help advanced graduate students in the humanities and related social sciences in the last year of PhD dissertation writing. The program encourages timely completion of the PhD. Applicants must be prepared to complete their dissertations within the period of their fellowship tenure and no later than August 31, 2017. A grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation supports this program.

ACLS will award 65 fellowships in this competition for a one-year term beginning between June and September 2016 for the 2016-17 academic year. The fellowship tenure may be carried out in residence at the fellow's home institution, abroad, or at another appropriate site for the research. These fellowships may not be held concurrently with any other fellowship or grant.

The total award of up to $38,000 includes a stipend plus additional funds for university fees and research support. In addition to the monetary support that the fellowship offers, Dissertation Completion Fellows are able to apply to participate in a seminar on preparing for the academic job market.  The seminar takes place over three days in the fall of the fellowship year.

Benefits: $30,000, plus funds for research costs of up to $3,000 and for university fees of up to $5,000.

Eligibility: -The program is open to PhD candidates in a humanities or social science department in the United States. (1)
-Applicants must have completed all requirements for the PhD except the dissertation (obtained ABD status) by the application deadline.
-The program is restricted to graduate students who, at the time of application, have progressed no further than the sixth year of the degree program.  (This includes time for a master’s degree obtained en route to the PhD.) (2)
-Graduate students who currently hold or have previously held a dissertation completion fellowship are not eligible for the Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship.
-Unsuccessful applicants may reapply to this program only once.

Deadline: TBA

For more information and to access the application, visit http://www.acls.org/programs/dcf/
AAUW Fellowships (American Association of University Women)

American Dissertation Fellowships

American Fellowships support women scholars who are completing dissertations, planning research leave from accredited institutions, or preparing research for publication. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Candidates are evaluated on the basis of scholarly excellence; quality and originality of project design; and active commitment to helping women and girls through service in their communities, professions, or fields of research.

Dissertation Fellowships offset a scholar’s living expenses while she completes her dissertation. The fellowship must be used for the final year of writing the dissertation. Applicants must have completed all course work, passed all preliminary examinations, and received approval for their research proposals or plans by the preceding November. Students holding fellowships for writing a dissertation in the year prior to the AAUW fellowships year are not eligible. Open to applicants in all fields of study. Scholars engaged in science, technology, engineering, and math fields or researching gender issues are especially encouraged to apply.

Benefits: $20,000

Deadline: TBA

For more information and to access the online application, visit: http://aauw-amdissert.scholarsapply.org/

Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC) Multi-Country Fellowship Program

The Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC) Multi-Country Fellowship Program supports advanced regional or trans-regional research in the humanities, social sciences, or allied natural sciences for U.S. doctoral candidates and scholars who have already earned their Ph.D. Preference will be given to candidates examining comparative and/or cross-regional research. Applicants are eligible to apply as individuals or in teams.

Scholars must carry out research in two or more countries outside the United States, at least one of which hosts a participating American overseas research center.

Benefits: Approximately eight awards of up to $10,500 each are given each year.

For more information and to access the application, visit http://caorc.org/fellowships/
Council of European Studies Pre-dissertation Research Fellowships

The Council for European Studies invites eligible graduate students to apply for the 2015 CES Pre-Dissertation Research Fellowships. Each fellowship includes a $4,000 stipend, the opportunity to publish in Perspectives on Europe, a semi-annual journal of the Council for European Studies, and other professional development activities.
CES Pre-Dissertation Fellowships fund two months’ travel to Europe to conduct the exploratory phase of a projected dissertation project in the social sciences or humanities which will require a subsequent stay in Europe.  The program is intended to facilitate the transition from coursework to fieldwork, and to enable students to make rapid progress in refining their initial ideas into a feasible, interesting, and fundable doctoral project.  Recipients are expected to use CES support to lay such research groundwork as determining the availability of archival materials, scouting possible field sites, testing research design, securing ties with relevant European scholars or institutions.  Typically, they submit applications for dissertation research funding soon after completing CES-funded preliminary research.

Eligibility: -be enrolled in a doctoral program at a university that is a member of the Council for European Studies Academic Consortium;
-possess any language skills required to carry out the proposed research;
-have completed the majority of doctoral coursework;
-have not yet begun substantial dissertation research in Europe.

Deadlines: TBA

For more information and to access the online application, visit http://councilforeuropeanstudies.org/grants-and-awards/pre-dissertation-research

The Society for French Historical Studies

JOHN B. AND THETA H. WOLF TRAVEL FELLOWSHIP

The John B. and Theta H. Wolf Travel Fellowship is a memorial to John B. Wolf, distinguished historian and teacher and onetime president of the Society for French Historical Studies, and to his wife, Theta H. Wolf, professor of psychology and author of the well-received biography of Alfred Binet, a French pioneer in the development of IQ tests. Fully as significant as their scholarly achievements were the warm hospitality, advice, and encouragement John and Theta Wolf provided to countless graduate students over the course of five decades. Their generous bequest makes possible an award of $2,000 to be given annually to a doctoral student at a university in the United States or Canada for dissertation research in French history (any period) that reflects the Wolfs' interest in and contributions to the study of European history. The award is administered by the Society for French Historical Studies and the Western Society for French History. The winner will be announced at the annual meeting of the Society for French Historical Studies.

Benefits: $2,000

Deadline: TBA

For more information and to learn how to apply, visit: http://www.societyforfrenchhistoricalstudies.net/prizes.html

MARJORIE M. and LANCELOT L. FARRAR MEMORIAL AWARDS


The Farrar fellowships honor Marjorie M. Farrar and Lancelot L. Farrar. 

Marjorie M. Farrar, esteemed historian of modern France, was the author of books on the political career of Alexadre Millerand and on the strategy, politics, and diplomacy of the French blockade, 1914-1918.  Lancelot L. Farrar, esteemed historian of modern Europe, was the author of books on the foreign and domestic policies of Germany and other European nations during World War I.  The generous donations of the Farrars' family, friends, and colleagues make possible two awards of $2500 each for doctoral students in French history at North American universities to support work on outstanding dissertations projects in progress.  In selecting the winner of ONE of the TWO awards, the awards committee will give strong preference to studies that relate French history to that of another European country or part of the world.  The awards are administered by the Society for French Historical Studies and announced at the Society's annual meeting.

Benefits: $25,000

Deadline: TBA

For more information and to learn how to apply, visit: http://www.societyforfrenchhistoricalstudies.net/prizes.html


Institute Français d’Amérique

ILBERT CHINARD  RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS
HARMON CHADBOURN RORISON FELLOWSHIP
EDOUARD MOROT-SIR FELLOWSHIP IN FRENCH STUDIES

Benefits: Three or four $1500 awards for maintenance (not travel) during research in France for a period of at least one month.

Eligibility: Final stage Ph.D. dissertation, or Ph.D. held no longer than three years before application deadline

Deadline: TBA

For more information and to learn how to apply, visit http://institut.unc.edu/
Georges Lurcy Fellowship

Description: Through its Georges Lurcy Fellowship Program, the Georges Lurcy Charitable and Educational Trust seeks to assist promising scholars and leaders at the graduate-school level in pursuing their education and careers and thereby to promote educational exchange and understanding between the United States and France. A Lurcy Fellowship Program has recently been established at New York University to be administered by the Department of French, although students from other departments are encouraged to apply. One dissertation fellowship will be awarded for one year in an amount to cover adequately educational costs, expenses of travel, and living expenses in France. In awarding the Lurcy Fellowship the Lurcy Trustees are looking primarily at the quality of the students, which should be of the highest rank, and the fruitfulness of the research topic which should be uniquely French and available only in France. To that end, the Lurcy Trustees invite the broadest range of topics without exclusion of any field of study or preference as to any department. Please note: All Lurcy fellows will submit a report to the Lurcy Trustees concerning the results of their research in France upon return to the United States.

Qualifications: Candidates for the award must be advanced Ph.D. students and currently enrolled in a graduate program of the Faculty of Arts and Science at New York University. Candidates should be citizens or permanent residents of the United States. Awards will be based on academic merit, but all qualities of leadership will be recognized.

Amount: Stipend equivalent to that of a MacCracken

Application: The application dossier consists of:

• A 3-5 page statement describing the project, its scholarly importance,
and the reason why research must be pursued in France
• A curriculum vitae
• Three letters of recommendation
• Transcripts or academic reports of all graduate and undergraduate
school work

Candidates must submit a dossier to the Department of French's Lurcy
Fellowship Committee, consisting of members of the Department of French
and a professor from the Institute of French Studies. The selected dossier
will be subject to review by the Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and
Science, after which it will be forwarded to the Lurcy Trustees for a final
review and selection.

Dates: Call goes out in January.
Application deadline is mid March.
Award announced in late April.

Chateaubriand Fellowship

Description: The Chateaubriand Fellowship is a grant offered by the Embassy of France in the United States. Every year, it allows doctoral students enrolled in American universities to conduct research in France for 4 to 9 months. Chateaubriand fellows receive a stipend, a round trip ticket to France and health insurance. Your field of study at a French research institution may be any discipline in the humanities or social sciences.

Eligibility: Candidates do not have to be U.S. citizens, but they must be enrolled and working on their Ph.D. in an American University. However, French citizens are not eligible to apply.

Candidates must obtain a letter of recommendation from their advisor(s) in the U.S., as well as a letter of invitation from a professor affiliated with a French university or research institution. Please be in touch with your supervisor in France as early as possible. The history of the research relationship will be taken into account in the review process.

There are three types of fellowships:

- Fall Fellowship: 4 months, starts October 1st.
- Spring Fellowship: 4 months, starts February 1st.
- Year-Long Fellowship: 8 months, starts October 1st.

Applicants' preference will be taken into account but not necessarily accomodated.

All application materials are due on (TBA) for the following academic year - 2016/2017

Benefits: A monthly stipend of 1500€, health insurance for the entire duration of the fellowship, and a round-trip ticket to France with welcome package.

Application: Applicants must apply online, visit: http://humanities.chateaubriand-fellowship.org/

Center for the Humanities Research Fellowship

Description: Each year the Center for the Humanities generally offers three Research
Fellowships to graduate students in the humanities and art disciplines,
including but not limited to history, art history, music, philosophy, cultural
studies, literary and language studies, religious studies, drama and
performance studies, cinema studies, and gender studies. Fellows are
expected to be present in New York within the University community for the
entire year of their residency. They will meet on a weekly basis to discuss
their work-in-progress and that of invited guests, and will participate in
Initiative activities.

Qualifications: All Ph.D. candidates maintaining matriculation with full-time status in the
Graduate School of Arts and Science (including IFA, Performance Studies,
and Cinema Studies) or the Steinhardt School are eligible to apply. GSAS
students may apply for a Fellowship for post-MacCracken support. Priority will be given to students in their final year.

Funding: Graduate Student Fellows receive a nine-month stipend of $25,060, comprehensive health insurance, maintenance of matriculation and service fees, and a research award of $2,000. If awarded a Humanities Initiative Research Fellowship, the student must turn down any other full-year grant/fellowship from another funding source.

Application: Please see http://nyuhumanities.org/faculty-graduate-student-fellowships/graduate-fellowships/ for the application and a list of requirements and procedures.

Dates: Call goes out in September.
Applications due to the Institute of French Studies in October and are due to the
Center for the Humanities in November 2015.

IFS Travel Grant

Description: The IFS will offer travel grants to help defray the costs of presenting a paper at an academic conference outside of New York City.

Amount: $400

Application: Fill out and submit the IFS Graduate Student Travel Grant Application to the Director
of Graduate Studies.

Fulbright Fellowship

Description: Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, and administered by the Institute of International Education (IIE), the Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers opportunities for recent graduates, postgraduate candidates, developing professionals and artists to conduct career launching study and research abroad.

More information: Official Fulbright site
GSAS Fulbright Fellowship information

Applications due mid-September to NYU for institutional review.


The Walter J. Jensen Fellowship for French Language, Literature, and Culture

Description: The Walter J. Jensen Fellowship is awarded for at least six continuous months of study in France. The purpose of the award is to help educators and researchers improve education in standard French language, literature and culture and in the study of standard French in the United States. The fellowship, awarded annually, carries a stipend originally set in 1995 at $10,000, to be adjusted for inflation. The stipend for 2014 is $15,500. Phi Beta Kappa will also cover a single round-trip, economy-class ticket for the recipient to travel to France; some additional support may be available to those with dependent children.

Qualifications: Candidates must be U.S. citizens under the age of 40 who can demonstrate their career does or will involve active use of the French language. They must have earned a bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year institution with a 3.0 minimum GPA in French language and literature as a major. They must demonstrate superior competence in French, according to the standards established by the American Association of Teachers of French. The recipient must report to Phi Beta Kappa every two months in both English and French. At the end of the fellowship, the Fellow must submit a summary report in English and French, which may be submitted (preferably in French) to a scholarly publication such as The French Review. Preference may be given to members of Phi Beta Kappa and educators at the secondary school level or higher.

Amount: The stipend for 2014 was $15,500. Phi Beta Kappa will also cover a single round-trip, economy-class ticket for the recipient to travel to France; some additional support may be available to those with dependent children.

Application: See the Phi Kappa Beta website for the application procedures

Dates: Applications for the 2016 Jensen Fellowship will open on November 1, 2015


Jeanna Marandon Fellowships


http://spffa-us.org/Bourses.html

2017-18 Deadline TBA


TEACHING PRIZES


CAS Outstanding Teaching Assistant Awards

Description: The College of Arts and Science (CAS) honors graduate students for
excellence in teaching. Based upon faculty and student nominations, six awards are given to graduate student instructors.

Dates: Award announced in the spring.

Dean's Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award

Description: These awards honor outstanding classroom teaching by graduate students in the humanities, sciences, and social sciences. Based on teaching evaluations, departmental recommendations, and unsolicited written student testimonials, these awards are presented at the Graduate School's Convocation. Nominations are made by the Department Chair, Director of Undergraduate Studies, and the Director of Language Programs.

Amount: $1,000

Application: The nominated student will be asked to collect letters of recommendation from the Department and to submit any unsolicited written student testimonials he or she may have.

Dates: Call goes out in early January.
Applications due to the IFS in early February.
Award announced in early May.

http://gsas.nyu.edu/object/grad.acadlife.springawards

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

** PLEASE NOTE **
These are only guidelines. Nothing is etched in stone. Conditions can change due to last minute
needs.

SPS teaching positions
You may wish to investigate teaching possibilities at the School
of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) at NYU. You may
contact the Director of Foreign Languages Division, Milena Savova
(milena.savova@nyu.edu).

HELPFUL WEB LINKS

We encourage you to research other possibilities on the following web sites.
http://www.fafsa.ed.gov
Free Application for Federal Student Aid
http://www.frenchculture.org/education
French culture site listing grants, awards, internships, and assistantships
https://home.nyu.edu
Job Information for French Grad Students Blackboard site.
Log in, click on the "Academics" tab, then the link for
"Job Information for French Grad Students"
http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/OASL/GrantsAwards/GIGSFrench02.html
List of grants and awards, compiled by OASL (some information is out of
date, but many of the contacts and web sites are still current)
http://www.nyu.edu/hr/gainfo/gajobpos.html
Graduate Assistant jobs at NYU
http://www.nyu.edu/pages/speaking.freely/teach.htm
Speaking Freely teaching jobs at NYU (there may be calls for languages
other than French)

Other sources of fellowship information:

• The PMLA publishes an extensive listing of "Fellowships and Grants"
in its September Directory issue. The Department Chair subscribes to
the journal; photocopies of the "Fellowships and Grants" section will
be on hand for interested students.
• The Office of Academic and Student Life (OASL) at NYU has a
collection of publications listing fellowship and grant sources. Though
some material may be out of date, there is also useful information
there for students willing to search for it. OASL is located on the second floor og 6 Washington Square North.