The Office of Graduate Studies provides links to funding sources within KU, external funding sources, and resources that are helpful in looking for and applying for funding.
Recent KU Graduate Student Funding Success
Camille Delavaux (Ph.D. Ecology & Evolutionary Biology), Alana Holland (Ph.D. History), Annette Jardon (M.A. Curriculum & Instruction), and Ruth Remmers (M.A. Geography) received Fulbright Awards.
Kansas Geological Survey presented research awards to graduate students in Accounting, Geology, and Civil Engineering.
KU Department of Sociology presented awards to Sociology graduate students for their research.
Six graduate students in Geography & Atmospheric Science and Ecology & Evolutionary Biology received KU Field Station Research Awards.
Information and Telecommunication Technology Center received a grant from the National Security Agency to fund graduate research assistants.
Steven Prohira (Ph.D. Physics) was selected to participate in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science Graduate Student Research Program.
Luke Olsen, Michael Trevino, and Justin Nicoll (Health, Sport, & Exercise Sciences) received graduate student NSCA awards.
Timothy Hornik (Ph.D. Therapeutic Science) and Jimmy Gentile (M.A. Information Technology) receive KU Wounded Warrior Scholarships for military veterans.
National Science Foundation provided $700,000 to support graduate students' entomology field research in Suriname.
Alyse Bensel (Ph.D. English) and Rachel Schwaller (Ph.D. American Studies) received the Richard and Jeannette Sias Graduate Fellowships in the Humanities.
American Association of University Women supported KU graduate students and postdoctoral students who develop leadership workshops for women in STEM disciplines.
Lindsay Huffhines (Ph.D. Clinical Child Psychology) received a research grant from the Society of Pediatric Psychology.
Mabel Alvarado Gutiérrez (Ph.D. Ecology & Evolutionary Biology), Katelynn Giraldo (M.A. Latin American & Caribbean studies), George Klaeren (Ph.D. History), and Silvia Sanchez Díaz (Ph.D. anthropology) received Tinker Field Research Grants.