William B Schallek Memorial Graduate Fellowship Award
Awarded by Richard III Society, American Branch
To support graduate study of 15th-century English history and culture.
Applicants must be citizens of the United States of America, have made an application for first citizenship papers or be permanent resident aliens enrolled at a recognized educational institution.
1 year, renewals will be considered
Dissertation awards of $2,000 each and dissertation fellowship of $30,000 annually
Applicants must visit the website for guidelines, lists of past awards, their topics and application forms.
Please check with the website.
The Richard III Society was founded in 1924 in England as The Fellowship of the White Boar and was renamed the Richard III Society in 1959. The American Branch was founded in 1961. Today, the Society has more than 4,000 members worldwide, and American Branch membership is more than 800.