Advanced Student Fellowships


The Laney Graduate School and several Emory partners offer fellowships to advanced graduate students. Guidelines or links to relevant web pages will be posted as they become available. 

Dates will be updated as information becomes available. 

 Advanced Fellowships

Name and Guideline Link

Deadline

Anne & Bill Newton Fellowship

TBD

Black Women Writers and Intellectuals Fellowship

TBD

David R. Scott Graduate Fellowship

TBD

Dean's Teaching Fellowship

TBD

Emory Libraries/Center for Digital Scholarship – Data Services Fellowship

TBD

Emory Libraries/Center for Digital Scholarship – Digital Humanities Fellowship

TBD

Emory Libraries/Center for Digital Scholarship – Instruction and Engagement & Writing Center Fellowship

TBD

Emory Libraries/Center for Digital Scholarship – Research and Engagement Fellowship

TBD

Emory Libraries/Center for Digital Scholarship – Rose Library Fellowship

TBD

Emory University Women’s Club Memorial Fellowship

TBD

Emory Writing Center Fellowship

TBD

Fox Center Dissertation Completion Fellowship

TBD

James Weldon Johnson Institute Fellowship

TBD

Laney EDGE Fellow and Ambassadors

TBD

Mellon Interventions Public Scholarship Teaching Fellowship

TBD

MIPPS Teaching Fellowship (Information Deck)

TBD

Mellon Public Writing Fellowship

TBD

NEMO Initiative Graduate Fellowship

TBD

Piedmont TATTO Fellowship

TBD

Quantitative Theory and Methods Graduate Fellowship

TBD

RISE Doctoral Traineeship  

TBD

SIRE Fellowship for Graduate Students in Humanities and Social Sciences

TBD

SIRE Fellowship for Graduate Students in Natural Sciences

TBD

Eligibility

Standards of eligibility vary. Some notes:

  • Several fellowships require that you submit an Emory transcript. Please obtain one unofficial transcript from the Registrar and either scan or copy it for all your applications. You'll find information on the Registrar's transcripts page.
  • Many fellowships require that you submit an LGS Fellowships Application Cover Sheet. See Resources
  • Some applications should be submitted electronically, and in those cases you need to submit PDF files. Please take a look at the instructions for creating PDF in Resources.

As always, be sure to carefully review all eligibility and application requirements.