Scholarships and Fellowships

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A variety of graduate scholarships and fellowships are available through the School of Art & Art History. In the Art History Division, the Fellowships Committee recommends recipients to the Art History Faculty. The Art History Faculty recommends awards to the Director.

Eligibility:
Any student in the School of Art & Art History Graduate Program who meets the specific criteria and who is not on academic probation will be considered for awards.

Criteria and Procedures for Awards:
Scholarships and Fellowships that are funded through The University of Iowa for the next academic year are awarded at the end of the previous Spring Semester on the basis of academic achievement and the specific guidelines for each award. The "Application for Graduate Scholarships" form may be obtained under the Art History Graduate Program Forms link. Deadline: January 15.

Procedures:
The Head of Art History meets with the Art History Faculty (excluding visiting and non-tenure track faculty) in a voting session to receive the recommendations of the Fellowships Committee and to review, evaluate, and determine the most qualified recipients. Each recipient is determined by the specific criteria of each award. Award recipients are notified by email before the end of the spring semester each year.

Division of Art History Graduate Awards

Art History Scholarships

Selected University Graduate College Awards

See link: http://www.grad.uiowa.edu/ballard-and-seashore-dissertation-year-fellowships

See the Graduate College website for additional information and deadlines at http://www.grad.uiowa.edu/grants-and-fellowships.

External Grants and Fellowships:
All graduate students are expected to identify and apply for funding for research from sources outside of The University of Iowa. The University's Division of Sponsored Programs has material about annual national fellowships, and graduate students should consult with this campus unit once they have determined the subject of their M.A. qualifying paper or Ph.D. dissertation. The Division of Sponsored Programs is located in 2 Gilmore Hall, and more information can be found at https://dsp.research.uiowa.edu/. Information about external funding is also posted regularly on bulletin boards outside Art History Faculty offices.

Students applying for grants and fellowships requiring department nomination must inform their M.A. Adviser or Dissertation Adviser two months prior to the deadline in order to be eligible for nomination. They must submit a copy of their proposal and a description of the current state of their research to the Fellowships and Appointments Committee.