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Kellogg Institute PhD Fellowships

This supplemental award aims to attract outstanding graduate students who have already been offered departmental fellowships in the Anthropology, Economics, History, Political Science, or Sociology departments, or the JSD program in the Law School at Notre Dame. To be eligible, a student must intend to devote their major doctoral field to international study of the Institute's research themes: democracy and human development.

GrantsThe Kellogg Institute will offer fellowships for up to five years to qualified students. Recipients will receive $5,000 per year to supplement their departmental stipends. These funds will be disbursed in the fall and spring semesters. Fellowships are renewable annually for four additional academic years, contingent upon satisfactory progress toward the PhD.

Departmental Nomination Deadline

Monday, March 2, 2015

Please submit nominations to:

Denise Wright
Kellogg PhD Fellowships
University of Notre Dame
Kellogg Institute, 237 Hesburgh Center
Notre Dame, IN 46556-5677





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