UW-Madison Dissertation Fellowships
TThe Institute offers 4-6 internal, one-semester dissertation fellowships for UW-Madison graduate students in the humanities. Applications are by departmental nomination only. Funds donated for this purpose, mostly by former members of the Institute, support these fellowships; frequency of awards depends upon availability of funds. Dissertation fellows are expected to attend the weekly Institute seminars and to present their work at an Institute seminar. Informal and formal Institute exchanges, along with workshop and symposia provide dissertation fellows with extended opportunities for engagement with faculty fellows across the humanities. Office space, photocopying, and some support services are available.
- Dana-Allen Dissertation Fellowship in the Humanities. Open to graduate students in the humanities; 2-3 typically awarded each year
- William Coleman Dissertation Fellowship in History of Science. Open to graduate students in the History of Science Department; typically awarded every year.
- Robert J. Reinhold Dissertation in Classics. Open to graduate students in the Classics Department; awarded as funds become available.
- Madeleine Doran Dissertation Fellowship in English. Open to graduate students in the English Department; awarded as funds become available.