Opportunities for students, lecturers, and faculty at UC Berkeley.
Please note these opportunities are not managed by CLAS and should be confirmed by the granting unit. To submit an opportunity for inclusion on this page, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opportunities for Faculty and Lecturers
One-semester research fellowships to provide lecturers with the equivalent of one-course release time to work on individual projects designed to further their own professional development.
Support for research that significantly involves humanistic material or problems that have a significant bearing on the humanities.
Opportunities for Graduate Students
Support for research by doctoral candidates (i.e., those who shall have been advanced to candidacy by the time the fellowship is taken up) in the history of California.
Berkeley students with ABD status to do research in the fields of historical sociology, historical demography, social history, political and social theory, or historical studies of society and politics.
UC Berkeley graduate students who plan to do research in international & area studies, from a contemporary or a historical perspective. Fellowships are intended to support travel, lodging, and/or research-related expenditures.
ABD UC Berkeley graduate students who plan to do research in international & area studies, from a contemporary or a historical perspective. Fellowships are intended to support travel, lodging, and/or research-related expenditures.
Support for research in the humanities and the humanities-related social sciences. Groups bring together faculty and graduate students to create scholarly dialogue and to foster the free exchange of ideas on shared research interests.
For graduate students who will not formally advance to candidacy by the Fall of the fellowship term, grants are intended to support travel, lodging, and research-related expenditures away from campus.
Opportunities for Undergraduates
Academic retention program supporting all incoming freshman, transfer, graduate, and continuing students who are current and former foster youth, probation youth, or were orphaned before the age of 18.
Funding for course-based research projects that show significant inquiry using the library, its resources, and collections; and learning about the research and information-gathering process itself. Applications due in April.
Funding and academic support to design and complete an independent faculty-sponsored research project over the course of one academic year; also offers preparation for scholars to apply to graduate school and post-baccalaureate opportunities in hopes of continuing to diversify the faculty and researchers at colleges and universities across the United States.
A year-long fellowship for a group of undergraduate students to work side-by-side with IIS/CPD affiliated faculty and research associates on conducting original research.
Funding to support concentrated summer research in preparation for a senior thesis or other major capstone project. Fellows must be entering their final year or final semester and have no other research funding.
The Reese Fellowship in American Bibliography and the History of the Book in the Americas have been established by the William Reese Company to encourage research on material printed in or related to the Americas.
Support for projects about nineteenth-century history of the North American West, especially environment, exploration, immigrants, urban history, cultural landscapes, and built environments.
Funding for undergraduate and graduate students to support research or creative projects that explore issues related to race and gender. Applications due fall and spring semester.
Funding for the development of student research projects on issues affecting Native American communities in the U.S. today.