The Graduate School at Duke University is offering Phillip Jackson Baugh Fellowships program. Fellowships are open to study in the field of Anthropology, Economics, Psychology, or Sociology.
The Baugh Fellowship provides an annual stipend (equivalent to the Graduate School-recommended Arts and Sciences nine-month stipend established each year), as well as tuition and mandatory fees.
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- Course Level: This Fellowship is for pursuing PhD level.
- Study Subject(s): The Fellowship is provided to learn Anthropology, Economics, Psychology, or Sociology.
- Scholarship Award: The Baugh Fellowship provides an annual stipend (equivalent to the Graduate School recommended stipend established each year), as well as tuition and mandatory fees. In addition, the Graduate School will pay the health insurance premium for recipients who enrol in the Duke Student Medical Insurance Plan.
- The number of awards offered: 2 Fellowships are offered.
- Nationality: The students of USA can apply
- Scholarship can be taken in the USA
- Applicants must be in good academic standing.
- Applicants must be in an eligible Ph.D. program: Cultural Anthropology, Economics, Evolutionary Anthropology, Psychology and Neuroscience, or Sociology.
- Applicants must have completed the preliminary exam by the end of the spring semester before the period covered by the award.
- No other award (whether fellowship or service-related) may be held concurrently with this fellowship without special permission from the dean of The Graduate School.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: Get approval to apply from your department. Each department can only nominate up to two students each year for this award. Before you can submit your applications for this award to The Graduate School, you must first get approval from your director of graduate studies (DGS). Programs differ in how they choose their nominees with the following documents such as
- Supporting Documents: You must submit all the following supporting documents:
- Your CV (PDF)
- A copy of your current Duke transcript or DukeHub report (PDF)
- Two letters of recommendation from your DGS and faculty advisor. If your DGS and faculty advisor are the same individuals only one letter of recommendation is required.
- A brief statement of research and interests (in PDF format) that explains the need to be free of service obligations. This should be no more than 3 pages, using 1-inch margins, 1.5 line spacing, and Arial 12-point font. OPTIONAL: You may also include an additional 1-page bibliography.
Application Deadline: Applications will close on late November