Ronald Filler Scholarship
Awarded twice annually to outstanding advanced undergraduate students in the Program in Jewish Culture and Society. Made possible by the generosity of Ronald Filler, the scholarship comes with a cash prize.
Nominations are made by the faculty. One winner is named in the fall and one in the spring.
Awarded annually to the outstanding Hebrew language student in the Program in Jewish Culture and Society.
Nominations are made by the faculty. One winner is named in the fall.
Karasik Scholarship for Study Abroad
This scholarship is open to all graduate students in Jewish Studies and Holocaust, Genocide, Memory Studies who plan to conduct research abroad or study language abroad. Preference will be given to students who have not yet received an award from JS/HGMS. The award offers three thousand dollars in support. In order to be considered please send me a one page description of your research project or language study plans and a CV. Please ask that two letters of recommendation be sent directly to Brett Kaplan. This year’s deadline is Friday, March 10, 2017.
Travel and Research Stipends
A limited number of travel and research stipends are awarded to graduate students affiliated with the Program in Jewish Culture and Society on an ad-hoc basis. The stipends are in amounts up to $400 and come with the expectation of regular participation in the Program's events.
Students applying for a travel and research stipend need to send a 300-word statement, a budget, and a CV to Brett Kaplan. Applications can be submitted at any time.