Cornell Summer Institute

Each year Drew’s History & Culture program sends students to the Cornell Summer School of Criticism and Theory. Students receive a scholarship covering tuition and accommodation. The Cornell Summer Institute is a fantastic opportunity to delve into important theoretical discussions and discover a range of like-minded students as well as meet distinguished faculty members.

Margaret and Marshall Bartlett Fund for History & Culture

The Bartlett Fund for History & Culture supports historical, political, and cultural programs and scholarship in the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies (CSGS). Students, faculty, and programs may apply for all or a portion of the available annual award amount to support workshops, visiting speakers, conferences, off-campus travel, or any other activity supporting CSGS programs and scholarship of a historical, political, or cultural nature. Preference will be given to projects benefiting a group endeavor although individual research projects and professional development activities, whether for a student or a faculty member, will also be considered. Application deadlines are October 1 and March 1 of each academic year. Learn More about Margaret and Marshall Bartlett Fund for History & Culture.

Margaret and Marshall Bartlett Research Fellowship Fund

The Bartlett Research Fellowship supports doctoral research in the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies. There is no topic restriction as long as the award goes to a student engaged in dissertation research. This fellowship is meant to cover:

  1. Travel and lodging to visit or conduct research at an archive, historical site, or other research location.
  2. Per diem living expenses while traveling and conducting research.
  3. Incidental expenses to visiting and conducting research such as parking, permits, copy cards, etc.
  4. Tools and necessary equipment for conducting research including computer software, digital humanities applications, cameras and recording equipment, etc.

Recipients must be doctoral students in good academic standing, with all coursework and post-coursework requirements excepting the dissertation completed, and whose dissertation prospectus has been or will be approved by the CSGS Committee on Academic Standing by the time of award, are eligible to apply for grants under this fund. The fall deadline for submitting research funding requests is November 1 with award announcements made by the end of term for the fall semester; the spring deadline is April 1 with award announcements made by the end of term for the Spring semester. Learn More about Margaret and Marshall Bartlett Fund for History & Culture.