In addition to the list of opportunities below, keep in mind that many conferences/workshops have funding to support graduate students.
Duke graduate fellowships
The Graduate School offers a number of fellowships. Those most commonly applied for by mathematics graduate students include:
- Summer Research Fellowship for third-year students and beyond.
- Bass Instructional Fellowships
- Jo Rae Wright Fellowship for Outstanding Women in Science
- Katherine Goodman Stern Fellowship
- Sixth Year Tuition Scholarship
- National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
- Graduating students should consider applying for the NSF Postdoctoral Fellowships.
- Standard NSF grant (select the appropriate Disciplinary Research Program when the new webpage opens). While only US citizens, nationals and permanent residents are eligible for the graduate and postdoctoral fellowships, there is no such restriction on the standard grant.
- MIT has an NSF grants template.
- Duke Graduate School Travel Award.
- AMS-Simons Travel Grants.
- NSF-AWM Travel Grants.
- SIAM Student Travel Awards.
Additional funding opportunities
- Simons Foundation funding opportunities.
- National Defense Science & Engineering Graduate Fellowship.
- Some graduate students, such as those working in Math Biology, may be eligible for the NIH Predoctoral Fellowship.
- AAUW Fellowships: American and International.
- DOE Office of Science Graduate Student Research Program, providing doctoral dissertation/thesis research opportunities for graduate students at DOE national laboratories.
- Google's Women Techmakers Program.
- AMS list of Funding & Fellowships for graduate students and recent grads. You will need to scroll down the page to the section "Funding and Fellowships" to see the list. (Other AMS Fellowships and Scholarships.)
- Duke Graduate School database: current opportunities for graduate students in mathematics.
- Duke Graduate School database: all funding opportunities.
- Chateaubriand Fellowship to study in France.
- NSERC grants for Canadian citizens.
- The US-Israeli Binational Science Foundation has grants for research collaborations between Americans and Israelis.