Opportunities for Graduate Students
These award categories are available to University of Washington graduate students.
Digital Humanities Summer Fellowships for Graduate Students support scholars whose projects use digital technologies in innovative and intensive ways and/or explore the historical, social, aesthetic, and cross-cultural implications of digital cultures. More.
Digital Humanities Summer Institute (June annually in Victoria, British Columbia)
We are a sponsor of the renowned 5-day Digital Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, each June. We encourage group proposals from across the humanities, broadly defined. More.
We invite proposals from doctoral students to undertake a project in public scholarship, with collaborative projects encouraged, through our new program Reimagining the Humanities PhD and Reaching New Publics. Four students will receive a $6,500 stipend and $2,000 in research funds. More.
Society of Scholars research fellowships support three graduate students each year through two quarters of support, including benefits and tuition waivers. Fellows join the cross-disciplinary Society in biweekly meetings to discuss their work. More.
Graduate research clusters foster crossdisciplinary collaboration through readings, screenings, dissertation working groups, and other activities centered around a topic of inquiry, theme, or field of study. Groups may organize activities that draw on local intellectual and cultural resources, including faculty and community leaders. Groups are awarded up to $1,000 to support meeting or workshop costs. Feel free to reach out to existing groups and attend their meetings. More.
Crossdisciplinary Research Clusters (with faculty leadership)
Crossdisciplinary research clusters seed new scholarly activity and develop further pathways for collaboration by bringing together UW faculty and graduate students from different departments and disciplines who share research interests. More.
The Simpson Center invites proposals for a new initiative inspired by nationwide efforts to develop new approaches to doctoral education. More.
This nationally recognized program enables graduate students to integrate their intellectual, professional, and political commitments through engagement with diverse publics through a unique project- and portfolio-based curriculum emphasizing collaboration. More.
Graduate level courses reflect our commitments to crossdisciplinary research, digital humanities, and public scholarship. The microseminars usually focus on the work of a distinguished visiting scholar, a scholarly or cultural event, or the theme of a conference hosted at the UW. More.