National Women’s History Month is celebrated in March each year to honor the myriad contributions of women in history, culture and society. This annual celebration has local roots in Sonoma, where a school event in the late 1970’s spurred groups … Continued
This award commemorates the scholarly achievements of the late Allan Sharlin, Professor of Sociology and an innovative scholar in the fields of demography and history at UC Berkeley. The award is made annually to students who show promise of advancing … Continued
The Center for Engaged Scholarship (CES) is accepting applications from Ph.D. students in the social sciences who have already completed all departmental and institutional requirements for the Ph.D. degree, including approval of the dissertation proposal. The only requirement not completed must be the … Continued
The Washington Institute’s Soref fellowship is for those with an advanced degree who are considering whether to pursue a career in government or journalism. The fellowship is a one-year research position, designed primarily for those who have recently earned a … Continued
Sciences Po welcomes applications from post-doctoral and doctoral students close to their thesis submission for teaching positions on one of its three Anglophone undergraduate campuses in France: Reims, Menton or Le Havre. Each campus focuses on a world region and … Continued
Each year the Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies Scholarships makes four two-year awards. The scholarships are open only to recent Ph.D. recipients and doctoral candidates whose work combines disciplinary excellence with a command of the language, history or culture … Continued
The UCB Bancroft Library and U.S. History Scene have announced competitions for a new fellowship in Digital History. The aim of this program is to familiarize scholars with emerging digital technologies and digital archival collections, including the digital publication of … Continued
The Berkeley campus’s most prestigious award for teaching, the Distinguished Teaching Award is intended to encourage and recognize individual excellence in that endeavor. This year, the recipients were Robin Einhorn of professor of history, Phillip Geissler associate professor of chemistry (whose 2000 Ph.D. is from Berkeley), and Kent Puckett, associate professor of English.
We are pleased to announce the 2008 recipients of the Sarlo Distinguished Graduate Student Mentoring Awards. These awards have been made possible by a grant from the Sarlo Foundation of the Jewish Community Endowment Fund. They are administered by the Graduate Division in collaboration with the Graduate Council of the Academic Senate.