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Graduate Students- Apply Now for Two Scholarships

The deadline for the DWC graduate funding awards is approaching. Applications are due March 1st.
The Feminist Criminology Graduate Research Scholarship:

This scholarship is designed to recognize an exceptional graduate student in the field of gender and crime. The Division will award one graduate student annually a one-time scholarship in the amount of US$5,000 to support a project involving original research.The scholarship is funded by the royalties from Feminist Criminology, an innovative journal that is dedicated to research related to women, girls, and crime within the context of a feminist critique of criminology. Published quarterly by SAGE Publications as the official journal of the Division on Women and Crime (DWC) of the American Society of Criminology, this international publication focuses on research and theory that highlights the gendered nature of crime.

To read more about this scholarship, click here.
To upload your application documents for this scholarship, click here

The Larry J. Siegel Graduate Fellowship for the Study of Gender and Crime:

This fellowship, given by the Darald and Julie Libby Foundation, is designed to recognize an exceptional graduate student in the field of gender and crime.  The division will award one graduate student annually a one-time fellowship in the amount of $5,000 to support a project involving original research, program or service development, implementation, and/or evaluation, or advocacy.

To read more about this fellowship, click here.
To upload your application documents for this fellowship, click here.

Scholars may apply for both awards, but will not be able to win both. Please note the criteria for each award carefully. The Siegel Graduate Fellowship accommodates research along with program or service development, implementation, and/or evaluation, or advocacy, whereas the Feminist Criminology Graduate Research Scholarship accommodates research exclusively. The Siegel Graduate Fellowship is only for US applicants, whereas the Feminist Criminology Graduate Research Scholarship is for applicants based within and outside the USA. The Siegel Fellowship allows for US-based as well as cross-national research with the United States included in a comparative context. The Feminist Criminology Graduate Research Scholarship accommodates all forms of international research as well as US-based research.

Please be aware that Wednesday, March 1st is the application deadline for both awards.

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