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Research Opportunities

Explore research funding and opportunities that relate to Native and Indigenous topics and communites.

The Buffett Institute's Community-Based Research Fellowship

This fellowship is for students interested in spending their summer applying classroom knowledge to real-world issues and supporting community-driven initiatives. It could be very applicable in Native Nations. In addition to pre-approved research proposals from our existing partners, undergraduates are welcome to submit their own collaborative research proposals. Community-based research (CBR) combines community knowledge and university knowledge to address issues through actionable research. This fellowship is open to undergraduates from all academic disciplines with prior field experience. CBR fellows receive methods training and up to $6,000 for travel, living expenses, and stipend.

Deadline: application is currently closed

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Global Health Group Research Fellowship

The Global Health Group Research Fellowship offers the opportunity for groups of students interested in global health to conduct a team research project in an international setting. IPD is seeking strong, well-prepared, and creative research projects and encourages students of all disciplines of study to apply.

Deadline: March 15, 2017

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Sequoyah National Research Center Fellowship

The Sequoyah National Research Center (SNRC) at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock invites proposals for its 2017-2018 Research Fellowship Program, which fosters research involving forms of Native expression in a wide range of disciplines. The program encourages scholars to conduct research in the Center’s collections to support significant studies in a wide range of fields and subjects such as Indian removal from the Southeast, Native journalism and journalists, late 20th century and early 21st century tribal societies and economics, literary artists, entertainment, and others.

Deadline: April 15, 2017

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