training-grants

Internal Fellowships

Internal Fellowships are awards administered by UC Irvine Graduate Division.  These competitive awards provide stipends in varying amounts. Some Internal Fellowships require nominations from the student’s academic department.  In this case, students will need to be aware of departmental deadlines which are usually earlier than that of the Graduate Division.  It is the student’s responsibility to contact his or her department/school for departmental deadlines. Please note that most of these awards have specific eligibility requirements.

ARCS Scholar Awards

ARCS Scholar Awards

Overview: ARCS (Achievement Rewards for College Scientists) Foundation, Inc.is a unique, nonprofit, national volunteer organization of women dedicated to providing scholarships to academically outstanding U.S. citizens studying to complete their degrees in science, medicine and engineering, thereby contributing to the worldwide advancement of science and technology.

Brython Davis Fellowship

Brython Davis Fellowship

Overview: The Brython Davis Fellowship provides financial support to students who demonstrate outstanding past academic achievement as well as future promise, have financial need, are U.S. citizens, and are the child of a service member or veteran of the U.S. Navy or Marine Corps. Applications are available here.

Chancellor's Club Fellowship

Chancellor's Club Fellowship

Overview: These fellowships are awarded to the brightest and the best graduate students at UCI who also show great promise as future leaders. Nominations are made by Deans for scholars in their respective schools. The support and generosity of the Chancellor's Club members has allowed promising graduate students to be designated as Chancellor's Club Fund for Excellence Fellows.

Fletcher Jones Fellowship

Fletcher Jones Fellowship

Overview: At UCI, one graduate fellow is selected annually based on their past accomplishments, their enthusiasm for excellence, vitality, ingenuity, and their leadership potential consistent with that exhibited in life by Fletcher Jones.

Gordon Hein Scholarship

Gordon Hein Scholarship

Overview: The Gordon Hein Scholarship provides financial support to students who demonstrate outstanding past academic achievement as well as future promise, have financial need, and are blind or legally blind. Certification by the Disability Services Center is required. Applications are available here.

Graduate Dean's Dissertation Fellowship

Graduate Dean's Dissertation Fellowship

Overview: Graduate Dean's Dissertation Fellowship award will allow students to forgo their non-research related employment obligations to concentrate on completing their dissertation.

James Harvey Scholar

James Harvey Scholar

Overview: The James Harvey Scholar award provides financial support to students who demonstrate outstanding past academic achievement as well as future promise, have financial need, and are completing a publishable thesis or dissertation on homosexuality or the life or works of James Harvey. Applications are available here.

La Verne Noyes Fellowship

La Verne Noyes Fellowship

Overview: The La Verne Noyes Fellowship provides financial support to students who demonstrate outstanding past academic achievement as well as future promise, have financial need, are U.S. citizens, and are descendants of World War I U.S. Army or Navy veterans. Applications are available here.

Miguel Velez Scholarship

Miguel Velez Scholarship

Overview: The Miguel Velez Scholarship provides financial support to students who demonstrate outstanding past academic achievement as well as future promise, have financial need, and are citizens and residents of a Latin American country. Preference is given to citizens of Colombia. Applications are available here.

Phi Beta Kappa Alumni Association International Scholarships

Phi Beta Kappa Alumni Association International Scholarships

Overview: Phi Beta Kappa Alumni Association International Scholarships are for foreign students engaged in their final year of graduate study.

Public Impact Fellowships

Public Impact Fellowships

Overview: Public Impact Fellowships highlight and support doctoral students whose current research has the potential for substantial impact in the public sphere. Ideal candidates will be involved in research designed to significantly improve or enrich the lives of Californians and/or national and global communities.

Tom Angell Fellowship

Tom Angell Fellowship

Overview: This fellowship is intended to honor Tom Angell’s contributions as our Graduate Counselor to graduate student wellness and retention. Students may nominate another student or faculty member, and faculty may nominate another faculty or a student.