GLS Dean’s Global Research Grants
Grants to fund student research projects that are completed independently or in conjunction with a senior thesis, and that involve unusual expenses, such as travel; open to GLS students.
Liberal Studies Social Impact Grants
Funding for applied learning experiences that promise meaningful, life-enriching impact for communities; open to LS students.
Bell Scholarships for Public Service
Current sophomores and juniors from across NYU who plan to pursue a career that advances the public good may apply for the Bell Public Service Scholarship. This program seeks to enable students to pursue careers in the public service sector by providing them with annual scholarships of up to $8,000, renewable until graduation.
Dalai Lama Fellowships
The Dalai Lama Fellowship offers emerging leaders a rigorous, interdisciplinary program on ways to be a leader that connects and cares for self, extends genuine compassion to others, and works for our common humanity. With the support of mentors and coaches, each Fellow designs and implements an original Field Project addressing a global challenge over the course of a year.
Gallatin Global Fellowship in Human Rights
Funding for extended research or experiential learning projects that focus on human rights; open to all students.
Innovation Scholarship with the Skirball Department of Hebrew & Judaic Studies
Scholarship to support study at NYU Tel Aviv for students intending to combine interest in Jewish history and culture, Israel, and/or the Middle East with a career in technology, business, or international affairs; open to students with a declared major or minor in Hebrew and Judaic Studies.
NYU Policy Case Competition
Opportunity for student teams to develop and present policy proposals on current issues in application for funding and networking experiences in Washington, DC; open to all students.
NYU Reynolds Changemaker Challenge
Competition that awards winning student teams comprehensive resources to establish nonprofits, for-profits, or hybrid organizations that bring about positive social impact; open to all students.
NYU Reynolds/D-Prize Social Venture Competition
Intra-university competition that awards winning students funding to pilot proposed ventures that increase access to proven poverty solutions; open to all students.
Summer Research Opportunities in Prehealth & Summer Undergraduate Research Program
Multiple opportunities to hone and demonstrate intellectual curiosity and scholarly development as a pre-professional student; open to all prehealth students.
Undergraduate Summer Research Program through NYU Center for Humanities
During this summer program, a small cohort of students conduct original research within the humanities under the supervision of NYU faculty mentors in their fields of study. The program is intended for students who are interested in pursuing a PhD in the humanities. (Not offered Summer 2019)
NEW starting Fall 2020: Undergraduate Urban Humanities Research Fund (UUHRF)
Interested in pursuing a project about cities and urban life from a humanistic perspective? Apply to our new Undergraduate Urban Humanities Research Fund (UUHRF), which offers project grants up to $1,500! All students in a humanities discipline or working on a related project are eligible to apply with a faculty member willing to sponsor their project. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.