Doctoral Dissertation Scholarship - ASIS

Thesis or Dissertation Scholarship - ETSU
The recipient of the award will be given the opportunity to present his/her work either during a normal session (if his/her paper has been accepted for presentation), either as a special lecture on the same level as research in progress. This presentation will be referred to as the special Eugene Garfield Doctoral Dissertation Scholarship Lecture.
PROPOSAL FOR DOCTORAL DISSERTATION SCHOLARSHIP
The Olesen Dissertation Research Scholarship Fund was established to honor the work and scholarship of Virginia Olesen, Professor Emerita, upon her retirement. The fund is for dissertation research related expenses (transcription, travel to conferences, computer costs, etc.). Doctoral students at UCSF in Sociology and in Nursing with an emphasis in Health Policy working in the tradition of Virginia Olesen are eligible to apply. Recipients of the Olesen Scholarship will be undertaking qualitative research broadly conceived (GT, situational analysis, narrative, historical, autoethnographic, ethnographic, interview, phenomenological, etc.). The proposed topic should address gender and health, hopefully in an intersectional mode, broadly construed to include issues around the body, emotions, food/nutrition, prevention or fitness, spirituality, consequences of war and social upheaval, care, etc. To be eligible, students must have a complete dissertation proposal approved at least by the chair of their committee, and preferably approved by all members of their committee.



To apply for this award, your application must include:

1) cover page with your (a) name and (b) the name of this scholarship for which you are applying (c) a statement on how your work fits the criteria of this scholarship. If you are advanced to candidacy, also note (d) title of your dissertation, and (e) list your dissertation committee members.
2) a copy of the approved dissertation proposal
(without appendices but with bibliography) Applications - SWS Dissertation Scholarship - Breast Cancer ConsortiumDOCTORAL DISSERTATION SCHOLARSHIPElliott Dissertation Scholarship
The Thomson Reuters Information Science Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Scholarship was established in 1981 and is administered by the ASIS&T Information Science Education Committee. The award is sponsored by theIThomson Reuters. 6.1 The Thomson Reuters Information Science Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Scholarship Jury is composed of seven members, appointed by the Chair of the Information Science Education Committee, who serve for one year. It should be made up of at least one non- academic researcher, one practitioner (neither a researcher nor an academic) and three information science educators, one of whom is clearly a researcher. 4.1 The Thomson Reuters Information Science Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Scholarship is sponsored by the Institute for Scientific Information and is administered by the Information Science Education Committee. The goal of the Thesis/Dissertation Scholarships is to support and encourage timely graduation of students who are writing their thesis and dissertation.The Thomson Reuters Information Science Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Scholarship was established in 1981 and is administered by the ASIS&T Information Science Education Committee. The award is sponsored by theIThomson Reuters. Breast Cancer Consortium founder Dr. Gayle Sulik has been a member of SWS for many years and is the 2013 chair of the committee for the Barbara Rosenblum Dissertation Scholarship. Application materials should be emailed to . Application deadline is April 1, 2013.If you’re very smart, in addition to being left-handed, a dissertation scholarship will help in offsetting your living expenses while you complete your education. Scholarships must be used in the last year of schooling.Breast Cancer Consortium founder Dr. Gayle Sulik has been a member of SWS for many years and is the 2013 chair of the committee for the Barbara Rosenblum Dissertation Scholarship. Application materials should be emailed to . Application deadline is April 1, 2013.