Scholarships

by CJS Admin

Deadline for Fall 2019 applications is Friday, November 15, 2019.

The Mosse/Weinstein Center for Jewish Studies is pleased to offer a number of scholarships, fellowships, and awards to support UW–Madison students. We have two competitions, one in the spring and one in the fall. Application forms for the Spring Competition will be available in February.

The Fall Competition is limited to:

  • Study abroad
  • Domestic study at institutions outside the UW
  • Research support
  • Conference travel

To apply for the Fall Competition, please download the Application Form and submit it to the Scholarship Committee at cjsscholarships@cjs.wisc.edu with the required documentation.

For more information, please e-mail cjsscholarships@cjs.wisc.edu.

All materials must be received by 5:00 pm on November 15.

 

Support in the above categories is made possible through these funds established by generous donors:

  • Ida and Isaac Lipton Study Abroad Scholarship
    For study abroad during the summer or the academic year
  • Ida and Isaac Lipton Scholarship for Domestic Study
    For undergraduate and graduate students applying to participate in educational opportunities within the United States but not available at UW–Madison, such as language courses or summer seminars
  • Weinstein-Minkoff Junior Year in Israel Scholarship
    For undergraduate study in Israel during the junior year in a study abroad program at a recognized Israeli university. The award will be granted on the basis of merit.
  • Robert and Lynn Berman Scholarship
    For research-related travel, including travel to resources (e.g., archives, oral history interviews, etc.), other venues essential for carrying out work on an undergraduate or graduate thesis, or travel to professional conferences. Funds may also be used for research materials, but not books or related materials for courses.
  • Charles and Gayle Mazursky Student Support Fund
    For research-related travel, including travel to resources (e.g., archives, oral history interviews, etc.), other venues essential for carrying out work on an undergraduate or graduate thesis, or travel to professional conferences. Funds may also be used for research materials, but not books or related materials for courses.
  • David Sorkin Graduate Student Support Fund
    For graduate student research in Modern Jewish history, with a preference for Modern European Jewish history. Funds may be used for any stage in the student’s career (both pre-dissertation and dissertation stages), for purposes such as language courses, paleography courses, travel to archives and libraries, copying of materials, purchase of books, etc.
  • Kaplan Graduate Research Award in Jewish Civilization
    To encourage and reward good graduate research in an area related to Jewish studies.
  • Richard D. Sincere and Debra L. Sincere Israel Studies Scholarship
    For undergraduate and graduate students who wish to travel to Israel and conduct research or study Hebrew.

 

 

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