Fellowships and Grants Awarded to Our Graduate Students

External Fellowships and Grants

Graduate students in UA Sociology have a strong track record of success in national competitions for external grants and fellowships. Since 2008, our students have received over  a dozen grants from the National Science Foundation, including 11 dissertation improvement grants and 2 three-year graduate research fellowships. Other institutions awarding fellowships and grants to our students include the American Sociological Association, Fulbright IIE, the Long Taylor Foundation, the Louisville Institute, the National Academy of Sciences, and the Social Science Research Council, among others. 

Click here for a list of external awards received or active since 2009.

Internal Fellowships and Grants

Sociology doctoral students are routinely awarded fellowships and grants by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, the Graduate College, and other units within the university. These awards range from small grants to cover research expenses, to full fellowships with a stipend and tuition coverage.

Click here for a list of internal awards received or active since 2008.