Research Assistantships and Traineeships
Research assistantships or traineeships (available only to U.S. citizens) are available to students enrolled in the science and biomedical departments. Research and training appointments are usually combined with Yale University Fellowships and teaching fellowships to provide a 6-year pattern of support. Research assistantships are also available in other academic divisions but do not typically constitute the primary source of support.
Fellowships for minority Americans
For academic year 1997-98, the Graduate School expects to initiate a new fellowship for minority Americans, patterned after the Dorothy Danforth Compton Fellowship. Separate application is not necessary. All successful minority applicants in eligible departments will be considered.
University Dissertation Fellowships
The Graduate School offers University Dissertation Fellowships to eligible students in the humanities and social sciences who are at an advanced stage of dissertation preparation, normally in the fifth or sixth year of study.
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