Financial Support for Current Ph.D. Students


Berkeley Economic History Laboratory (BEHL) 2nd Year Student Mentored Fellowship

The successful applicant will receive a stipend equivalent to that earned by a 50 per cent time graduate student researcher. He or she will be expected to work 25 per cent time on his or her own research project and 25 per cent time together with one or more members of the BEHL-affiliated faculty on a faculty research project (hence the "mentored" student fellowship).

Applications are accepted now until May 3rd!

Award decisions will be announced in May
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Berkeley Economic History Laboratory (BEHL) Continuing Student Mentored Fellowship

Applications are accepted now until May 3rd!

The successful applicant will receive a stipend equivalent to that earned by a 50 per cent time graduate student researcher. He or she will be expected to work 25 per cent time on his or her own research project and 25 per cent time together with one or more members of the BEHL-affiliated faculty on a faculty research project (hence the "mentored" student fellowship).

Award decisions will be announced in May
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Burch Center Continuing Student Fellowship

Applications are accepted now until April 15th!

Award decisions will be announced in May.
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Center for Equitable Growth Continuing Fellowship

Applications are accepted now until May 1st!

Award decisions will be announced in May.
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Integrated Graduate Education Research and Training Program in Politics, Economics, Psychology, and Public Policy (IGERT)

The UC Berkeley IGERT program in Politics, Economics, Psychology, and Public Policy (PEPPP) is an inter-disciplinary graduate fellowship program animated by the twin goals of addresssing key public policy problems while fostering and advancing inter-disciplinary research in the social sciences. The IGERT/PEPPP program provides two-year fellowships to Ph.D. students beginning in either their second or third years who have not advanced to candidacy. All students meeting these criteria from the departments of economics, political science, Psychology, Business, and the Goldman School of Public Policy may apply. The application deadline to apply for the 2008/2009 cohort of IGERT fellows will be January 20th.

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IBER Mini Grants

The Institute of Business and Economic Research (IBER) provides small grants to aid in research by graduate students in the Ph.D. programs in Economics, Business, Public Policy, Ag Econ, and Demography. The maximum award is $1,000. Grants may be used to cover out-of-pocket expenses associated with gathering data or conducting interviews in support of a Ph.D. dissertation. There is no specific deadline. Awards are made on a rolling basis; the Institute makes awards to strong applications as long as sufficient funds remain. (Funds are periodically refreshed by new contributions from donors.)

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Refer to Graduate Division's Fellowships Website for information on:

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