Graduate Research Opportunity Funds
The School of Humanities and Sciences awards Graduate Research Opportunity (GRO) funding of up to $5,000 to support doctoral student dissertation research. This funding is incremental and does not replace other funding that the student may receive to support their dissertation research.Thanks to a gift from a generous donor, GRO funds are also available to students pursuing dissertation research related to modern British history and culture (GRO-MBHC).
Funding is competitive and not all proposals will be funded. The maximum GRO or GROMBHC award is $5,000. Applicants are encouraged to apply for other sources of funding, but may not accept multiple sources of funding to cover the same expenses.
Doctoral students (PhD or DMA) in the humanities, arts, and social sciences who:
· Have been admitted to candidacy
· Have an approved dissertation proposal
· Are making satisfactory academic progress
· Will be enrolled in the quarter in which GRO or GRO-MBHC funds will be