Resources for Current Students
Fellowships requiring departmental nomination
TGS and departmental fellowship opportunities
Conference Funding Information (PDF)
Summer Graduate Travel Application Procedures (Shanley and Luce funds) (PDF) Professional Development Programs at The Graduate School (research support services, international programs, fellowships and grants).
CIC Traveling Scholar Program
The CIC Traveling Scholar Program enables doctoral-level students at any CIC university to take advantage of educational opportunities -- specialized courses, unique library collections, unusual laboratories -- at any other CIC university without change in registration or increase in tuition. A student who wishes to become a CIC Traveling Scholar must first consult with his or her host adviser, who will determine whether the off-campus opportunity is likely to enhance the student's education and ascertain that it is not, in fact, available on the host campus. Each Traveling Scholar may spend up to two semesters or three quarters on the host campus, regardless of the number of courses taken. Should you need further information, please go directly to the CIC program website.
Graduate Student Progress
Resources for Teaching Assistants
Helpful links for writing assignments in art history:
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Writing Center
Dr. Marjorie Munsterberg's "Writing About Art"