Fellowship Application Workshop Series
The Graduate School is excited to offer a workshop series for graduate students focused on applying for fellowships from external agencies and foundations. In this workshop series, you will learn the basics of grant applications, what funders look for, and how to write a compelling application. Even if you are not ready to apply to a fellowship at this point, this series can be a great professional development tool.
Reasons to participate your grant writing skills
- Enhance your grant writing skills
- Get advice and feedback on writing strong personal statements
- A fellowship allows you to focus on your research and/or dissertation writing instead of work requirements
- Fellowships are great CV enhancers and some provide additional networking opportunities
- Many fellowships do or may receive additional financial support from the Graduate School
Fellowship Application Writing Workshop Friday, September 24th 10am-12pm
Virtual – registration required at https://go.wisc.edu/y8l6kj
Cosponsored by the Libraries
During this session, we will present students with information on fellowships available to them, which fellowships UW-Madison students have received in recent years, and common fellowship proposal elements.
Personal Statement Peer Review Thursday, October 7th 1pm-3pm
Virtual – registration required at https://go.wisc.edu/tsnpop
Cosponsored by the Writing Center
Give and receive feedback with other fellowship applicants and Writing Center staff on the personal statement portion of the fellowship application using Google Docs.