The Office of Graduate Education offers the PhD Research Small Grants program to assist PhD students with dissertation-based research and travel expenses by offering supplemental financial support of up to $1,000 (half from School and half from Graduate Education). Funding is available for students who have passed their qualifying exam and may be used to travel to a research collection, to travel to an invited research presentation, to purchase research-related materials, to cover expenses related to translation or transcription of research materials, or to cover expenses related to recruiting and retaining research participants.
Note: Effective 1/22/19 we are only accepting applications for the Summer semester (projects from May 21-Aug. 31)
Questions? Please send email to Beth Keithly [email protected].
The Office of Graduate Education is proud to announce that applications are be accepted for the Dean of Graduate Education Dissertation Research Awards. Application forms will be available on December 12, 2018 and completed applications must be submitted to the Office of Graduate Education no later than 5 p.m. on Friday, April 12, 2019. Funds may be requested for up to $5,000 to support research during the dissertation year. Funds may be requested for equipment, supplies, paying participants, research-related travel, limited support for research assistants, or other expenses directly related to research (these funds cannot be used to pay your salary). Awards will be announced May 15, 2019.
Priority will be given to applicants who have applied for external funding. You are strongly urged to start applying now for external funding so that you can receive priority consideration for the Dean of Graduate Education Research Award.
Students may receive only one dissertation award while at UT Dallas. However, students may revise and resubmit unsuccessful applications for consideration during future application cycles.
Questions about sources of funding in your field of study?
Please email Dr. Juan González, Dean of Graduate Education, [email protected].