Brown Bag Lecture Series: Dawn Wells

Wednesday, March 13, 2019 11:45am - 1:00pm

GSE Lecture Hall (room 124)

Brown Bag Lecture Series

Applying for Grants and Fellowships as a Graduate Student: Understanding Your Options, the Process and How GradFund Can Help

Dawn Wells


Funding for graduate education can be a source of stress for many graduate students, but there are resources that graduate students can take advantage of to find and receive funding for school. At this talk, you’ll learn about the resources at GradFund designed to help you successfully apply for grants and fellowships to fund your graduate education and research. For more information about GradFund, check out GradFund services at: The “Learn” tab includes many resources to help you learn the basics of the grant and fellowship application process.


Dawn Wells is a Ph.D. candidate in Cultural Anthropology at Rutgers University and a Peer Mentor at GradFund, the fellowship advising service provided by the School of Graduate Studies. Dawn is a National Science Foundation Summer Institute for Research Design fellow. She studies privileged migration, focusing on race, class, and settler colonialism. 

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Who to contact:

Colleen McDermott