Announcing The Kinsey Institute 2008-2009 Student Grants
Every year, The Kinsey Institute confers sexuality research grants to emerging scholars through the The Kinsey Institute Grant-in-Aid program. This program encourages the development of the next generation of sex researchers by funding innovative and significant graduate student research, and giving young scholars an opportunity to present their work to the public through the Student Research Seminar series.
In previous years, the grants have been awarded to graduate students at Indiana University. You can read more about the 2007-2008 awardees on the Kinsey Institute website here.
In 2008, The Kinsey Institute is broadening the award appeal to include young scholars nationwide, awarding funding to three graduate students at Indiana University, and to three graduate students enrolled at other US universities. Students interested in applying can find submission details in the Call for Proposals (PDF).
This grant program is funded entirely by donations from Friends of The Kinsey Institute, and organized by local Indiana University Friends, and would not be possible without their generous support. Interested in contributing to the Kinsey Institute Fellowship Endowment fund? Click here.
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