Research Fellowship

Some articles on research fellowship, research, fellowships, fellowship:

1851 Research Fellowship
... The 1851 Research Fellowship is a UK scheme conducted by the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 to annually award a three-year research scholarship to approximately eight "young scientists ... Several other Fellowships are also awarded including the Research Fellowship in the Built Environment, Industrial Fellowships and the Research Fellowship in Design ...
Herrick Chapman - Awards and Honours
... German Marshall Fund of the United States, Research Fellowship, 1993-94 ... National Endowment for the Humanities, Research Fellowship, 1993-94 ... Maurice Falk Fellowship in the Humanities, Carnegie Mellon University, spring 1992 ...
American Academy Of Arts And Sciences - Activities - Research Fellowship Programs
... Visiting Scholars Program An interdisciplinary research fellowship housed at the headquarter of the Academy in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with a purpose is to stimulate and support scholarly work by promising scholars ... Hellman Fellowship in Science and Technology Policy A research fellowship for early-career professional with training in science or engineering who is interested ...

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