Stroum Center for Jewish Studies – Scholarship Opportunities

Are you interested in Jewish languages, history, or culture? The Stroum Center for Jewish Studies offers annual funding opportunities to support research, language study, and conference attendance related to Jewish studies, for both graduate and undergraduate students. Learn more about funding opportunities in Jewish Studies:
Grants for language study & research
Jewish Studies opportunity grants offer funding of up to $1,500 for language study, research, conference attendance, and other learning opportunities related to Jewish studies, for both undergraduate and graduate students. Learn more >
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through the end of spring quarter 2021.
Graduate fellowship
The Jewish Studies graduate fellowship offers annual grants of $4,000 to advanced graduate students in any discipline working on research projects related to Jewish studies. Fellows participate in workshops on public scholarship and Jewish studies topics, and present their work publicly through an in-person research presentation and an online article for our website.
Applications for 2021-2022 graduate fellowships are due on June 4, 2021. Learn more >