Multiple awards are given every academic year, focused on field of study or specific interest.
The Paul A. McCoy Award is given to the best thesis paper for an outstanding graduate student seminar paper in political science. This is awarded every year since 2010.
|2018||Yunchen Tian||Workers By Any Other Name: Comparing Co-ethnics and ‘Interns’ as Labour Migrants to Japan|
|2017||Colin Eubank||Never Travel Alone: Shipping, Containers, Refugees and Notes on Politics|
|2017||Franziska Strack||Pause, Listen, Count: Walt Whitman and John Cage on Song and Language, Sounds of Silence and the Role of Listening in the World|
James Hart Fellowship
The James Hart Fellowship is awarded to graduate students for support in their field of study. This has been awarded intermittently since 2009.
Joel Steward Ish Fellowship
The Joel Ish Fellowship is awarded to graduate students in the field of public law (or political science). This has been awarded intermittently since 2012.
Nicole Suveges Fellowship
The Nicole Suveges Fellowship supports field research among graduate students in CP or IR. This has been awarded intermittently since 2009.
Charles Lathrop Pack Fellowship I
The Charles Lathrop Pack Fellowship is in memory of John Hibben for use in the Walter Hines Page School of International Relations. This has been awarded intermittently since 2010.
Charles Lathrop Pack Fellowship II
The Charles Lathrop Pack Fellowship is in memory of Walter Hines for use in the Walter Hines Page School of International Relations. This has been awarded intermittently since 2010.
Ben and Esther Rosenbloom Foundation Fellowship
The Rosenbloom Foundation Fellowship is for graduate students in good standing. This has been awarded intermittently since 2010.