The following are current resources for students involved in the Women Studies Program:
The Trust's main objectives is to advance public understanding about the position of women in society and to support research to further this understanding. The Trust's main objectives is to advance public understanding about the position of women in society and to support research to further this understanding. http://www.feminist-review-trust.com/
The sponsor provides a limited number of travel grants to presenters at the NWSA Conference.
Program URL: http://www.nwsa.org/content.asp?pl=15&contentid=34
The grants are intended to encouraging the participation in the NWSA of individuals whose presence enriches the diversity of and increases participation by under-represented constituencies in the NWSA.
Eligible applicants are Students, scholars and activists with a demonstrated need for financial assistance. Particular consideration will be given to assisting student presenters and emerging scholars who have not previously received NWSA travel grants.
Graduate students and faculty are encouraged to participate in university, regional and national competitions which recognize outstanding accomplishments. http://ogs.unm.edu/funding/awards.html
For listings of various Awards and Prizes, visit the National Women's Studies Association website.
The Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship in Women’s Studies encourages original and significant research about women that crosses disciplinary, regional, or cultural boundaries.
The Federal Register. This lists all federal funding educational opportunities as they are issued. There is a search capability too, so searching out fellowships is easy.
WMST Research Resources - UNM General Library (includes reference tools, websites, academic programs, organizations and more pertaining to Women Studies.
Jackie Shane, Reference Librarian for WMST: firstname.lastname@example.org