CESJ Mini-Grants - Deadlines: October 4, 2019; November 1, 2019; December 6, 2019.
Grants up to $750 for Individuals and $1500 for groups
CESJ Mini-Grants are small grants to individual and groups of students to support student programming, research costs, activism, creative projects, or other work that focuses on social justice or civic engagement. Individual students enrolled at Lang, and groups that include at least one Lang student, are eligible to apply.
CESJ Summer Internship Grant - Deadline: Spring 2020
Grants up to $3000
Funding for Lang students who are pursuing summer internships committed to social justice values, practice, and/or scholarship.
Dean's Honor Symposium - Deadline: October 4, 2019.
Course credit options available
Application-based opportunity for students to showcase their research and creative projects on interdisciplinary panels or through posters.
Eugene Lang Opportunity Awards - Deadline: November 1, 2019.
Grants up to $5000
Eugene Lang Opportunity Awards make it easier for students with financial need and academic merit to participate in the many co-curricular programs and initiatives available at Lang. A number of awards up to $5,000 are made every fall and spring semester and every winter and summer break. Funds are limited and are distributed competitively according to the college's judgment of the educational quality and budget of a student's proposal and the applicant's financial need and academic standing.
Global Awards - Deadline: March 1, 2020.
Various Grants Available
Global Awards are Lang students selected by the Dean’s Office of Student Engagement and Global Programs to promote global learning experiences through study abroad and by building connections and helping fellow students develop an international dimension to their academic experience.
Mohn Family Science and Social Justice Fellowship - Deadline: March 15, 2020
Grants up to $4500
Competitive merit-based fellowship that enables students who are interested in science and social justice work but who cannot accommodate an unpaid internship or research experience to build professional/STEM skills in a justice-focused nonprofit organization that can also make connections to arts, design, communication, and social research.
Social Science Research Fellowship - Deadline: January 6, 2020
Course credit + stipend
This fellowship provides a unique opportunity to combine research, theory, and practice. It requires the ability to work independently over the summer and throughout the fall semester. This fellowship provides a rare chance for students to develop their research and writing skills through individual mentoring and feedback on their work.