Whether you are an incoming student or writing your dissertation, there are funding opportunities available at each stage of your graduate career.
UB Curriculum Capstone Instructor
Application Deadline: July 31, 2019
Note: Applicants must have a current appointment at the University at Buffalo.
The Office of the UB Curriculum is seeking applicants to serve as a primary instructor for the UB Curriculum Capstone (UBC 399) for the 2019-20 academic year.
The selected candidate will serve as a primary instructor for UBC 399: Capstone. The UB Capstone is a one-credit virtual course in which students work in UBPortfolio (powered by Digication), with the support of a UBC instructor, to create a reflective and integrative ePortfolio based on holistic learning in college coursework and lived experiences outside of the formal classroom. The UBC Capstone Instructor will teach 3 sections during the regular semesters (fall and spring).
Key accountabilities and responsibilities
GSEU Professional Development Funding
Application Deadline: May 5, 2019
Award: $1,000 maximum award
This program is intended to assist eligible teaching assistants and graduate assistants develop their full professional potential or prepare for advancement by funding professional development activities. The funds cover one project or activity for the period July 2, 2018 to July 1, 2019.
Eligible project or activities include:
Candidates will submit the award application (PDF above) to UB-IndividualDevelopmentAwards@buffalo.edu along with the following:
More information may be accessed at GSEU Professional Development Award announcement page.
Graduate Student Association Conference Funding
Application Deadline: Mutiple
Award: $350 MA students, $550 PhD students
There is a limited availability of funds to assist graduate students in presenting research work at and attending academic conferences. As of Fall 2015, PhD students, remaining at the university longer than Masters students, will receive up to $550 towards conferences and Masters students will receive up to $350. Students who are attending a conference, but not presenting, are eligible for $200. This amount will come out of the total $350/$550 each student is eligible for throughout their graduate career.
All submissions must be typed, and hand-written submissions will not be considered for approval. Documents are fillable Word Forms. Use the link below for the document – you need to open the document in Microsoft Word, not in your browser window.
Applications must be physically signed. Please print out the completed application, sign and date the document, and then submit them to the GSA office in person (310 Student Union), via fax (645-7333), or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Note: There are several application deadlines throughout the fall, spring, and summer sessions. Please view the deadlines on the Conference Funding Application link available above.
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The Office of Fellowships and Scholarships puts you into contact with many university, national and international awards that can help to fund your graduate career. Workshops to guide students through the applicaton process for a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship or a Fulbirght Fellowship are on offer. Links are also available to several national graduate fellowships and scholarships databases.
The College of Arts and Sciences offers several scholarships and fellowships to graduate students at all levels of their academic career.