Funding Opportunities

Asian American Studies Center Opportunities

AASC Scholarships, Fellowships, Grants, & Prizes: 

http://www.aasc.ucla.edu/scholarships/

For more information, please contact:

Meg Malpaya Thornton

External Relations Coordinator

Asian American Studies Center

Address: 2239 Campbell Hall

Email: meg@ucla.edu

Telephone: 310/825-1006 

Institute of American Cultures Opportunities

Institute of American Cultures Fellowships & Grants:

http://www.iac.ucla.edu/fellowships_Overview.html

Undergraduate Education: Scholarship Resource Center

Find out more information about funding opportunities by clicking on the respective links.

These scholarships are generous and are designed to specifically support stuednts interested in social justice work.

 

Go For Broke National Education Center (GFBNEC) is a nonprofit organization that exists to educate and inspire character and equality through the virtue and valor of our World War II American veterans of Japanese ancestry.

 

Asian Pacific Alumni (APA) of UCLA administers two scholarships for UCLA graduate students: APA-UCLA Excellence in Community Service (2 awards at $3,000 each) and APA-UCLA Sho Iino Accounting (1 award at $2,500 for either a UCLA undergraduate or UCLA MBA student).

 

The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology is now accepting applications for undergraduate research grants, which will award select UCLA undergraduate students with fellowships of $1000 to attend an archaeological research project with a UCLA professor.

 

To encourage interested students to begin interdisciplinary research as undergraduates, the Office of Interdisciplinary & Cross Campus Affairs is offering research scholarships to students whose research crosses traditional disciplinary boundaries. 

 

 

APPLY TODAY!

The UCLA Center for the Study of Women (CSW)

is now accepting applications for

Spring 2017 Travel Grants!

 

Applications for the 2017 Library Prize for Undergraduate Research are now open!

 

The Bertha Wolf-Rosenthal Foundation Fund for Community Service Stipend, a program of the Liberty Hill Foundation, will provide at least five young people (ages 18-25 as of December 31, 2016) with a stipend of up to $6,500 each, while they work at a nonprofit organization anywhere in California.

 

Announcing the Competition for the

2017 Peter Rotter and Teague-Melville Essay Prizes

 

Recognizing superior achievement

 

Center for the Study of Women Awards and Grants 

Now accepting applications from UCLA Undergraduate Students

for

2016-2017 CSW Awards and Grants!