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Announcing Student Research Grants

Kinsey Institute Student Research Grants seek to highlight innnovative research into human sexuality by students across a wide range of disciplines..

Call for Proposals: The Kinsey Institute Student Research Grants 2012-2013

The Kinsey Institute Student Research Grants program confers sexuality research grants to emerging scholars and seeks to fund significant and innovative research, from a wide array of disciplines and perspectives, that deals with human sexuality. The program is supported by donations from Friends of The Kinsey Institute

The Kinsey Institute will fund up to six proposals at $750 each, including three from graduate students at Indiana University and three from graduate students enrolled at other universities. It is an expectation that results from the funded studies will ultimately be submitted for publication in peer-reviewed scientific journals. In addition, descriptions of the research will be posted on The Kinsey Institute’s website.

Deadline for submission is November 10, 2012.

Call for Proposals: John Money Fellowship for Scholars of Sexology

The John Money Fellowship for Scholars of Sexology was established in 2002 by Dr. John Money to support graduate students whose scholarly work would benefit from the use of library and archival materials at The Kinsey Institute for Sex, Gender, and Reproduction.

Applications are encouraged from all students enrolled in a graduate program in the United States and whose interests concern the anthropology, biology, psychology, sociology, history, politics, and methodology of sexology and sexuality studies. In addition to conducting his or her own research, the fellow is expected to make a contribution to the organization, preservation, and/or accessibility of The Kinsey Institute collections.

For more information about the Fellowship and application process, please visit the John Money Fellowship webpage »

Deadline for submission is January 18, 2013.

 

 


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