The trustees of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, Inc. established the Dumas Malone Fellowship in honor of Mr. Malone's service to the University and the Foundation. The fellowship was initiated to support the research of outstanding, advanced graduate students with a need to investigate archives, or other repositories of information, in a foreign country or countries. The fellowship normally will be awarded, annually, to eligible students in the School of Architecture and the Departments of History and/or Politics.
The trustees of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, Inc., established the Albert Gallatin Fellowship to support outstanding, advanced graduate students engaged in the research or writing of a dissertation in the broad area of "international affairs." While not limited by discipline, "international affairs" may be taken to mean the study of political, economic, social, and/or legal processes across cultures or countries. Multinational studies are preferred over single-country studies.
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs are pleased to announce this year’s competition for the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (AHSS) Summer Research Awards.