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Stoody-West Graduate Fellowship

Stoody-West Graduate Fellowship

Applicable For:

Graduate Students

Max Award Amount:

$6,000

Application Deadline:

15/03/2024
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About This Scholarship

The Stoody-West Graduate Fellowship is a scholarship program that provides financial support to graduate students pursuing studies in the field of religious journalism. The fellowship is offered by the Religion News Foundation (RNF) and honors two distinguished religion journalists, Dr. Ralph Stoody and Dr. Arthur West.

The fellowship aims to encourage and support excellence in religious journalism by providing financial assistance to students who are pursuing advanced degrees in journalism, mass communication, or a related field with a focus on religion reporting. It is open to both U.S. and international students.

The fellowship award varies each year and is typically a one-time grant. The funds can be used to cover tuition, fees, books, research expenses, or other educational costs associated with the graduate program.

Eligibility Criteria For Stoody-West Graduate Fellowship

While specific eligibility criteria may vary, here are some general guidelines:

  • Field of Study: The fellowship is typically open to graduate students enrolled in programs related to welding engineering, materials science, or other fields related to welding technology.
  • Academic Achievement: Applicants are usually expected to have a strong academic record, which may be assessed through factors such as GPA, previous research experience, and academic achievements or awards.
  • Research Proposal: Applicants are often required to submit a detailed research proposal outlining their intended research project or area of study. The proposal should demonstrate a clear focus on welding-related topics and showcase the applicant’s knowledge and interest in the field.
  • Letters of Recommendation: Applicants may be asked to provide letters of recommendation from professors, advisors, or professionals who can speak to their academic abilities, research potential, and dedication to the field of welding.
  •  AWS Membership: It’s common for applicants to be required to be a member of the American Welding Society. Membership in AWS may have specific benefits and requirements, including potential access to other scholarships, resources, and networking opportunities.
  • U.S. Citizenship: Some scholarships may have U.S. citizenship or permanent residency requirements. However, it’s essential to review the specific eligibility criteria for the Stoody-West Graduate Fellowship to confirm if this requirement applies.

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