African American Studies Graduate Fellowships
Awarded by Syracuse University
To support new continuing graduate students across disciplines whose work supports that of the African American/Pan African studies program and who will make a intellectual contribution to the life of the Department of African American studies.
Open to African American fellows enrolled in at least one three-credit graduate course each semester in the African American Studies program for the duration of their award.
$13,040 for master's students, $21,805 for doctoral students
Applicants must send their application along with a letter of intent and should indicate interest in this award.
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