Fellowship Opportunities


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Funding support for graduate school at the University of Wisconsin-Madison largely takes the form of fellowships and traineeships. They are typically administered through a student’s respective Academic Program; therefore, inquiries about funding support should initially be addressed to the department.

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CALS Fellowship Programs

  • Wisconsin Distinguished Graduate Fellowships
    CALS typically awards several Wisconsin Distinguished Graduate Fellowships each year. These fellowships are subject to a departmental nomination process that generally begins in December.
  • Graduate Research Scholars Advanced Opportunity Fellowships (AOF)
    AOF fellowships are awarded to graduate students representing minorities and under-represented groups. Graduate programs apply for AOF fellowships on behalf of students through the Graduate Research Scholars Program run jointly between CALS and the School of Medicine and Public Health.

UW-Madison Fellowship Programs

Selected programs of interest to CALS students are listed below; see the UW-Madison Office of Fellowships & Funding Resources site for additional opportunities.

  • Dickie Fellowship
    The Dickie Fellowship competition is open to Graduate students who are residents of Sauk County, WI and are enrolled in sciences, mathematics, or engineering studies.
  • Knapp House
    The Knapp House is a unique community of scholars founded on the principles of scholarship, leadership, and a breadth of ideas. Knapp House fellowships provide free housing and offer an exceptional opportunity for graduate students from diverse disciplines to live together, sharing research, culture and interests.

Federal Agency Fellowship Programs

Non-Federal Agency Fellowship Programs

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