George C. Marshall Foundation
George C. Marshall FoundationMarshall-Baruch Fellowships (Doctorate/Fellowship)
Marshall Undergraduate Scholars Programs (Undergraduate/Award/Prize)
Purpose: To encourage doctoral or postdoctoral research in US military or diplomatic history and related fields. Focus: Military history, United States studies. Qualif.: Applicant must be currently enrolled in an accredited academic program leading to a doctoral degree; must be engaged in postdoctoral research; must be an independent scholar who has already received a Ph.D. Criteria: Selection of applicant will be based on the application and other supporting documents.
Funds Avail.: $7,500. To Apply: Applicant must submit a recommendation letter. Application instruction and forms are available in the website. Deadline: October 29.
Purpose: To promote primary research and study as the cornerstone of the library, archives, and educational programs. Focus: General studies. Qualif.: Applicant must be an undergraduate student at selected Virginia and Mid Atlantic colleges. Criteria: Scholars are nominated by their home institutions and work under the direction of a departmental professor who will determine appropriate course credit.
Funds Avail.: $250 cash award plus travel expenses up to $300 for students from distant institutions. To Apply: Applicants must complete the requirements on or before the deadline. Deadline: May 12.
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