For specific selection criteria, campus fellowship selection time-table, and application instructions, enroll in the Fellowships Office GLOW2 site. Note that in some cases campus endorsement or nomination is required.
DAAD Study Scholarship
Supports independent study or master’s degree in Germany.
Davis Projects for Peace
Grant for projects that promote peace and address causes of conflicts.
Ford Foundation Fellowship
Supports postgraduate study for students committed to college/university teaching and research.
Hertz Foundation Fellowship
Supports Ph.D. students in the physical, biological and engineering sciences.
One-year grant to conduct research or teach English outside the U.S.
2016 Fulbright Offers: Aseel Abulhab, Jordan; Samantha Avila, France; Hannah Benson, Andorra; Elizabeth Curtis, India; Desiree Daring, Spain; Mary Elizabeth Dato, Spain; Lane Davis, Ecuador; Libby Dvir, Argentina; Peter Hale, Germany; Alexandra Mendez, Spain; Gemma Holt, Finland; Olivier Joseph, Spain; Chinmayi Manjunath, Bulgaria; Juliette Norrmen-Smith, Andodrra, Reidar Riveland, Switzerland; Deanna Segall, Poland; Samuel Steakley, Chile; Haley Stewart, Mexico; Vidya Venkatesh, Ireland; Caroline White-Nockleby, Chile. The Chronicle of Higher Education has once again named Williams as one of the top producers of US Fulbright Scholars in the country.
Current students and alumni interested in applying through Williams should open an application on Embark via the Fulbright website.
Supports full-time postgraduate study in the U.K.
For one year of postgraduate study in Ireland or Northern Ireland.
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Supports science, technology, engineering, mathematics and some social science postgraduate study in U.S. 2017 Awardees: Brent Eng ’12, Sora Kiim ’13, Molly McEntee ’14, Erica Moszkowski ’15, Hector Trujillo ’16, Dan Zhao ’14
Samuel Huntington Public Service Award
Supports one year of public service anywhere in the world.
Williams College Fellowships
Current seniors are eligible for all Williams College funded fellowships. (The Williams in Africa Post-Graduate Fellowship is open to seniors and recent alumni who have not started graduate study.) For more information contact Katya King, Director of Fellowships, or Lynn Chick, Fellowships Coordinator.
Dr. Herchel Smith Fellowships
Funds two or three years at Cambridge University, tenable at Emmanuel College. One award must go to a student in the natural sciences. 2016 Awardees: Mendy Bindell, Tendai Chisowa, Peter Cihon, Ranana Dine, Bijan Mazaheri, Pamela Mishkin, Reid Pryznt, Luxi Qiao, all Class of 2016
Dorothy Donovan/John Edmund Moody and Allen Martin/Carroll Wilson Fellowships
Two years at Oxford University. Donovan-Moody tenable at Exeter College, Martin-Wilson tenable at Worcester College.
Florence Chandler Memorial Fellowship
Post-graduate intellectual development while living abroad. Comparable to the Watson Fellowship. Not for formal academic study. 2016 Awardees: Sarah Vukelich and Jillian Stallman.
Williams in Africa /EPRI Post-Graduate Fellowship
Horace Clark Fellowship
Partial funding for graduate study. Graduate program admission required at the time of application. 2016 Awardee: Johanna Dombrowski
Hubbard Hutchinson Class of 1917 Memorial Fellowships
$22,000 – $25,000 award based on achievement, promise, and intent to continue creative work in music, creative writing, visual art, dance, and theater. Usually awarded to majors in field. 2016 Awardees: Gabrielle DiBenedetto (dance) Angelina Lin (art), Sarah Pier (theater), Antonia Wei Ling (writing), Claire Leyden (music)
Jeffrey Owens Jones Fellowship in Journalism
$10,000 to start on a career in journalism, broadly defined. 2016 Awardee: Elizabeth Jacobsen
Frederick Eugene Stratton Fellowship in Biology
$10,000 to support graduate study in biology not within medical or other professional school. 2016 Awardee: Catherine Landers