- This award supports activities such as fieldwork (data collection); research visits to libraries, archives, or universities; course/curriculum development; and international collaborations leading to peer-reviewed publication. Civil Society Scholars are selected on the basis of their outstanding contributions to research or other engagements with local communities, to furthering debates on challenging societal questions, and to strengthening critical scholarship and academic networks within their fields.
The application deadline is March 31st, 2017.
- This fellowship is offered by Michigan State University and the deadline to apply is March 1st, 2017. The award period is July 1st through June 2018. The fellowship provides office space, access to Michigan State University’s outstanding library and computing facilities, connections with American Indian and Indigenous studies faculty, benefits for the year, and a substantial stipend.
The deadline to apply is March 1st, 2017 and the person of contact for this fellowship is Dr. Dylan AT Miner, email@example.com.
The American Philosophical Society Library is pleased to announce three new fellowships under a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation that may be of interest to members of this community.
These opportunities are for scholars at various stages of their careers, especially Native American scholars in training, tribal college and university faculty members, and other scholars working closely with Native communities on projects. Each fellowship provides a stipend and travel funds. The application deadline is March 1, 2017 and all materials must be submitted online. Full details can be found in the links bellow:
- 12-month fellowship intended for an advanced PhD student. Applications are open to scholars in all related fields and all periods of time, although preference will be given to those who have experience working with Native communities.
- 12-month fellowship for post-doctoral scholars at any stage of their careers. Applications are open to scholars in all related fields and all periods of time, although preference will be given to those who have experience working with Native communities.
- Short-term fellowships aimed to encourage Digital Knowledge Sharing among scholars of the history, culture, and languages of Indigenous people of North America. Open to individuals working on Native American and Indigenous topics who need to do archival research at the APS Library or elsewhere in order to complete their projects.
The deadline for all three of these fellowships is March 1st, 2017 and the person of contact for these fellowships is Abby Shelton, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2017 BC Aboriginal Student Awards and BC Aboriginal Teacher Education Awards are now available through the Irving K. Barber BC Scholarship Society. Instructions on how to apply, links to application forms, and full eligibility criteria are found on the Society’s NEW website at http://www.ikbbc.ca
The application deadline is Friday, March 31, 2017.
Indigenous Student Scholarship Workshop
When: Thursday, January 26th, 2017 | 12 noon – 1pm
Where: Social Lounge at the Longhouse, 1985 West Mall, UBC Vancouver
Curious about what kinds of upcoming scholarship awards you could apply to?
Do you need help with filling out an application form for scholarships?
Academic Advisors and Enrolment Service Professionals (ESPs) will be reviewing several scholarships and are available to answer your questions. Drop by at noon, a free pizza lunch will be provided.
The workshop will review these awards*:
1. Centre for Excellence in Indigenous Health Awards
2. Indspire Scholarship
3. Irving K. Barber Scholarship
*Please note, these awards are open to all students (including those who are on Student Loans or are Band-Funded).
This workshop is open to both undergraduate and graduate Indigenous students at UBC Vancouver.
Please email email@example.com to RSVP (this helps us coordinate the pizza order). Student’s with classes that end at 12:30pm are still encouraged to attend the end portion of the workshop.
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Dear SAGE Community,
The Office of Indigenous Education is accepting applications for the SAGE Provincial Coordinator, Graduate Academic Assistant. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
SAGE is such a wonderful community of scholars! I am truly grateful for the learning experiences, and opportunities to serve Indigenous grad students for the past two and a half years. As of September, I have become a part of the team at the First Nations House of Learning, as the Aboriginal Student and Community Development Officer. I hope to be a resource to Indigenous graduate students in this role, and to continue being an active member of SAGE while I finish my PhD. I invite all of you to drop by room 184 at the Longhouse to visit anytime – please come say hi!
Thanks and enjoy the SAGE Digest!
Aurelia Kaililani Kinslow
Provincial Coordinator (ex-officio, interim volunteer)
Supporting Aboriginal Graduate Enhancement (SAGE)
The SAGE blog is updated on an ongoing basis. If you have news, information and/or resources to share, please forward to email@example.com.
Call for Papers
· Rising Up: Indigenous Knowledge and Research in Indigenous Studies Graduate Student Conference, University of Manitoba. Due: Feb 3, 2017
· Indigenous Expressions of Culture in Storytelling, Drama, Theatre and Performance – Traditional and Contemporary Canadian and Polish Upper Silesian Perspectives. Due: Dec 31, 2016
· Activism and Justice: Indigenous Responses to Neoliberalism; 6th Annual Native American Studies Graduate Student Symposium Currents of Resistance, Due: Jan 13, 2017
Read more under Call for Proposals/Papers category
· Course – Reconciliation Through Indigenous Education – Register by January 23https://wordpress.com/post/gradsage.com/3938
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Funding – Creating Humanities Communities Grant, National Endowment for the Humanities. Due: Feb 15, 2017
This award is part of the UBC Public Scholars Initiative, which intends to build connections, community, and capacity for doctoral students who are interested in explicitly linking their doctoral work to an arena of public benefit and integrating broader and more career-relevant forms of scholarship into their doctoral education process.
Up to $10,000 per student is available to support innovative/collaborative scholarship which the student would otherwise be unable to pursue. Funding can be used for:
- Student stipend, if the student’s current funding source would not allow the alternative project(s)
- A research allowance (including allowance for professional development or travel relevant to the scholarly work)
Funding is available for up to 30 new students in 2016-17. Students may be eligible for renewal for a second year (pending new PSI funding).
Listen to the PSI Info Session, recorded on March 9, 2016: https://www.grad.ubc.ca/awards/ubc-public-scholars-award
Kleanza Indigenous Language Revitalization Grant & Archaeology Scholarship
Applications for the Kleanza Indigenous Language Revitalization Grant close July 1. This scholarship, valued at $1500, celebrates the efforts and successes of Indigenous people in various capacities of language revitalization. It will be awarded to an individual or group who has contributed to the revitalization of Indigenous languages.
Applications for the Kleanza Scholarship Award for Students of Archaeology close July 1. A $500 award will be given to an undergraduate student studying archaeology or anthropology or First Nations studies with an archaeology focus.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Source: The Talking Stick: A First Nations House of Learning Publication, May, 29, 2015