Frank F. Conlon Fellowship (2019-20)
The South Asia Center at the University of Washington announces the competition for the Frank F. Conlon Fellowship in South Asia Studies. We invite applications from graduate students in all disciplines who are engaged in the study of South Asia and who will be enrolled at the University of Washington during the 2019-20 academic year. The award will be based on academic merit and financial need.
Deadline: August 15, 2019
Please submit your academic transcripts (undergraduate and graduate) via email to
First and last name
U.S. Permanent Resident
Please indicate which race(s) you consider yourself to be
African American or Black
Alaska Native or American Indian
Caucasian or White
Pacific Islander or Native Hawaiian
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON STATUS
What is your student status at the University of Washington?
New student- have applied for admission
What is/will be your department (e.g., History, Law, JSIS) at the UW?
If you are a double major or are enrolled in a concurrent degree program, please indicate your second department/program:
What degree will you be working toward during the award period for which you are applying? If it is a JD, please select Ph.D. If it is an another Master's (i.e., MPA), please select M.A./M.S.
List all colleges and universities you have attended (include name of institution, degree, major(s), minor(s), start date, end date, and GPA).
List previous coursework that does not appear in your academic transcripts and that is relevant to the application (include course title and institution)
List other fellowships, scholarships, TAships, etc. held since entering college or university (include name, institution, start date, and end date)
List any jobs, internships, or volunteer positions you have held that are relevant to your major language or field of study (include position, employer, start date, and end date)
Please submit your GRE, SAT, or other test scores used in your application to the university. All self-reported scores are subject to verification in the University's admissions system. Students enrolled in or applying to professional programs may use LSAT or GMAT scores rather than GRE scores. Ph.D. students who were not required to submit GRE scores to UW and all undergraduates are exempt from this requirement.
Are you a U.S. citizen or permanent resident?
Did you file the FAFSA?
Did you file the FAFSA for the upcoming year?
What is your Expected Family Contribution (EFC)?
What is the estimated total annual cost for you to attend your UW program? (Listed on your departmental website, or on the UW Office of Financial Aid website, or in your UW Office of Student Financial Aid offer letter.
Do you have financial need?
1. What is your planned course of study or area of research pertaining to the target region for which you are applying? 2. How will receipt of this award contribute to your career goals? (1000 words)
The name, title, affiliation, and contact information (email and phone number) of two professional references.
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