Donald and Mary Hyde Fellowship Fund
The Donald and Mary Hyde Fellowship is restricted to graduate students in one of the following eight humanities departments: Art and Archaeology, Classics, East Asian Studies, English, French and Italian, German, Near Eastern Studies and Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures. Preference will be given to projects requiring research and residence in England, though awards are not limited to study in this one country.
For 2014-15, the Hyde Academic Year Research Fellowship will provide $27,000 over 10 months, which is more than the regular stipend, to cover expenses of living abroad for up to 10 months, as well as the cost of travel from and back to the United States. The Hyde Summer Research Award enables graduate students to pursue dissertation research requiring a brief residence abroad and provides $8,000 over two months, also more than the regular stipend, to be used for travel and expenses of living abroad.
The Hyde Research Fellowship and Hyde Summer Research Award are endowed graduate school funds that replace the normal university stipend and are not external funds that would qualify a student for a year of Dissertation Completion Enrollment (DCE) funding.
The deadline for 2014-15 applications is Friday, February 28. If you have any questions, please contact the dean’s office by email.