Haynes Lindley Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship: Open to Undocumented Doctoral Students in Los Angeles, California

By RACHEL FREEMAN

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The Haynes Foundation offers up to 8 yearlong awards for PhD social science students to support dissertation research dealing with the Los Angeles region. The student’s dissertation can be related to economic, social, policy, or political issues in the Los Angeles region. Field work, research or writing may be covered.

STIPEND: Stipend of $20,000.

CITIZENSHIP: We contacted their office to ask whether undocumented students can apply and they said “they do not have citizenship requirements.”

DISCIPLINES: Social Sciences. School of Public Affairs. The economic, social, policy or political issues that impact Los Angeles.

ACADEMIC LEVEL: Current Graduate Students. Students Working on Doctoral Dissertation.

If you are a student at UCLA, you must contact Stephanie Dyas (sdyas@support.ucla.edu) as soon as possible.

The deadline to apply is February 15, 2017

For more information, please scroll to the bottom of this page. Or contact the foundation directly at (213) 623-9151 or info@haynesfoundation.org

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