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HSD Resources

The HSD Ph.D. Program makes funding offers in conjunction with admission offers. The program director works with faculty who might serve on a prospective student’s advisory committee to develop funding from a variety of campus resources, such as research assistantships funded by faculty grants, teaching assistantships, and fellowships. Prospective students desiring funding should be sure to list three faculty members they may wish to work with in their online application.

Graduate Admission provides information on financing graduate education.

External Support

The HSD Ph.D. Program encourages all students to seek external support.

National Science Foundation
NSF provides 3-year fellowships. Students should apply before they enter graduate school or in the first year. Applicants must not have completed more than 12 months of full-time graduate study or the equivalent to be eligible.

Social Science Research Council
Funding for research abroad.

Jacob K. Javits Fellowships Program
Similar to NSF fellowships, except this program is needs based. It is run by the US Department of Education.

Professional associations list funding opportunities

History of Science Society

Philosophy of Science Association

Society for the History of Technology

Society for the Social Studies of Science