McColl Dissertation Year Fellowship in Southern Studies – The McColl Dissertation Year Fellowship provides one academic year’s funding for a UNC-CH PhD candidate to complete a doctoral dissertation on a topic related to the southern United States.
Wilson Special Collections Library Doctoral Fellowships – Available through the University Libraries, these awards support research in Southern studies making significant use of the rich and deep research resources available in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s special collections. Pre-dissertation prospectus and dissertation research awards are available.
Jacquelyn Dowd Hall Grant – The Southern Oral History Program invites applications for their Summer Graduate Research Fellowship made possible by the Jacquelyn Dowd Hall Fund, in honor of the founding Director of the SOHP. UNC-CH graduate students who have previously taken the Introduction to Oral History class (History 670) or who can demonstrate competency and experience with oral history methods may apply for funding to support oral history research. Learn how to apply via the Southern Oral History Program.