Additional Fellowships and Funding Sources
Harvard Fellowships and Funding Sources
Harvard University offers a wide range of funding opportunities for students. Some fellowships offer a full time work experience; grants and fellowships may also offer funding to help Harvard students to travel and conduct research overseas. The goal of these funding sources is to extend the academic experience beyond the classroom setting.
CARAT Database for Grants and Fellowships
CARAT offers students a single, easy-to-navigate database for grants and fellowships appropriate to graduate and postdoctoral students.
Students can search and sort opportunities by program duration, purpose, academic area, and travel area.
- Joint Center for Housing Studies’ Gramlich Summer Fellowship in Community and Economic Development
- Brazil Research Grants
- AAUW Selected Professions Fellowships for Women
- Philippe Wamba Summer Research Travel Grant, Harvard African and African American Studies
Selected Additional Funding Opportunities
Rappaport Institute Public Policy Summer Fellowship
Presidential Public Service Fellowships
New York City Urban Fellows Program
Phillip D. Peters Regional Planning Fellowship Program
Greenlining Summer Associates Program
Discipline-Specific Scholarships/Funds for GSD Students (U.S. citizens and eligible non-citizens)
The GSD Student Conference Attendance Fund
The GSD Student Conference Attendance Fund, administered by Student Forum, supports GSD students in attending conferences relevant to their research interests and/or coursework.
Preference in determining funding is given to students who are speaking, presenting, facilitating workshops, or accepting awards at the events they seek to attend.
Funding takes place in two rounds, one at the start of each semester. Application procedures and deadlines are posted to the student email announcement list.
Grants are awarded up to $500 per student.