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Edward Alexander Bouchet Doctoral Scholars Fellowship (Deadline: January 13, 2023)
Domestic and international new Ph.D. students who are also new to the Graduate School (first time applicants).
Applicants must have a master’s degree and be accepted into the Ph.D. program.
The minimum, cumulative GPA requirement from the applicant's current or most recently attended institution is 3.5.
McNair Graduate Assistantship Program (Deadline: January 13, 2023)
New and continuing students who are seeking a Ph.D. and were McNair scholars as undergraduates.
Domestic and International students are eligible for this assistantship.
The minimum, cumulative GPA requirement is 3.2 from the candidate’s current institution.
Just-Julian Graduate Research Assistantship (due to COAS by February 1)
Applicants must be a Ph.D. student in good academic standing with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.4 or higher, and who are:
- Enrolled full-time
- Making good progress toward the degree (if a continuing student)
- Must be endorsed by the dean of the faculty/research mentor of the respective school or college
- Must be sponsored by a faculty, research scientist, or administrator actively involved in research
Hawthorne Dissertation Research Assistantship (Deadline: January 27, 2023)
Applicants must have:
- Evidence of terminal year progress towards the dissertation made sufficient research progress to indicate completion within the year of the award;
- Admitted to candidacy; and
- Obtained a minimum cumulative doctoral study grade point average of 3.2
Direct questions about Graduate Assistanships to Gloria Lloyd (email@example.com)
The Bouchet Graduate Honor Society
The Bouchet Honor Society seeks to develop a national network of preeminent scholars who exemplify academic and personal excellence and foster environments of support and advocacy for students who have been traditionally underrepresented in the academy. Howard University Bouchet Society members contribute to the advancement of their field(s) of study and are committed to the application of that knowledge to improve the lives and conditions of the communities they serve. Members exhibit the highest values of Howard through their character, leadership, advocacy, scholarship, and service.
HOWARD BOUCHET GRADUATE HONOR SOCIETY NOMINATION PROCESS AND REQUIREMENTS
Students seeking membership into the Bouchet Honor Graduate Society can apply for membership or nominate themselves by submitting a Nominee Completion Form (online). Bouchet Honor Graduate Society membership is available to any individual who is currently a doctoral student in good academic standing and who has shown outstanding promise as a scholar as well as research achievement, as evidenced by independent investigation or current work on a dissertation research project.
Membership into the Bouchet Graduate Honor Society is a competitive process. All student nominees or applicants must be PhD students currently enrolled full-time in the Graduate School, must be in good academic standing and must have advanced to candidacy (also called ABD or “all but dissertation”). Candidacy means that the student has finished all required coursework, passed all required qualifying and preliminary exams, and is currently working on their dissertation research. Inductees are expected to attend the Howard Induction Ceremony and Yale-hosted Annual Bouchet Conference in April.
Nominees/applicants are required to submit all application materials by February 16, 2022 (11:59 pm, EST).
Nomination Criteria and Application Packet