The deadline of the scholarship is 1st Feb Annual. This fellowship is not for support of doctoral research. Applications are evaluated in comparison with each other and not in competition with the postdoctoral research grant proposals. Applicants may be citizens of any country and studying at colleges or universities in any country. Questions that interest the foundation concern violence and aggression in relation to social change, intergroup conflict, war, terrorism, crime, and family relationships, among other subjects.
Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation Grants | Student Grants Opportunities - Grant
The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation decided to suspend its Latin American and Caribbean competition for the year while we examine the workings and efficacy of the program. The U. The results of the United States and Canada competition have been announced. Follow this link to view the list of the Guggenheim Fellows. If you are interested in applying in the upcoming United States and Canada competition, applications will be available via this page in July All applicants must be citizens or permanent residents of the U.
Note to PIs: The following program summary is intended to be used for informational purposes only. The fellowship is designed to contribute to the support of the doctoral candidate to enable him or her to complete the thesis in a timely manner and are only appropriate for students approaching the final year of their PhD work. Questions that interest the foundation concern violence and aggression in relation to social change, intergroup conflict, war, terrorism, crime, and family relationships, among other subjects. Dissertations with no relevance to understanding human violence and aggression will not be supported.
The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation sponsors scholarly research on problems of violence, aggression, and dominance. The Foundation places a priority on the study of urgent problems of violence and aggression in the modern world and also encourages related research projects in neuroscience, genetics, animal behavior, the social sciences, history, criminology, and the humanities which illuminate modern human problems. Grants have been made to study aspects of violence related to youth, family relationships, media effects, crime, biological factors, inter-group conflict related to religion, ethnicity, and nationalism, and political violence deployed in war and sub-state terrorism, as well as processes of peace and the control of aggression.