Dissertation Funding Help
Very often students who've completed all the requirements for degree such as exams and course work need dissertation funding to conduct research for their paper. Of course departmental awards or research grants support some, yet others might be interested in grants and fellowships supporting paper research and writing.
The scope and length of such grants and fellowships may vary: some of them fund short term projects within a single research archive or facility while others are used to support year-long projects at multiple sites.
Generally speaking there exist an array of opportunities to support paper research. A good option is to go to library, archive, agency, or collection in which you want to conduct research. An Internet search on particular facility will frequently reveal opportunities for small grants which can be missed by databases.
It is advisable however to start looking for paper support at least a year in advance of the beginning of research. Most deadlines occur in the early spring or fall with appointments and decisions announced by the end of spring beginning of summer.
To apply for dissertation funding you are required to submit an application form as well as the following items:
1.a one-page letter that describes your research experience and career plans.
2.a summary of your paper research that should include an explanation of the research budget and research format.
3.a letter of recommendation from your professor or academic adviser;
4.a CV, no longer than two pages.
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