The Program in Judaic Studies has various funds available to all undergraduate and graduate students for support of summer work and/or study relating to Judaic Studies. All applications for funding, including summer study abroad, internships (not counting paid employment), senior thesis research, junior independent work, special projects (including individual student travel to conferences), and dissertation research will go through the Student Activities Funding Engine (SAFE). Please do not apply directly to the Program in Judaic Studies for funds in support of these activities.
In addition to our regular grants, we now have the Kwartler Family Summer Fellowship:
The Program in Judaic Studies invites applications for the Kwartler Family Summer Fellowship. Funds may be used to defray tuition, travel and/or living expenses for study abroad, research, or independent projects. The Fellowship may also be used by students interning with organizations (in Israel or elsewhere) dedicated to social justice, human rights, environmentalism or peace in Israel and the Middle East. Preference will be given to innovative and/or interdisciplinary pursuits that open new ways of thinking. Both undergraduates and graduate students may apply; no formal connection to the Program in Judaic Studies is required, but the work/study must relate to Judaic or Israel Studies.