Abraham Lincoln Institute, Inc.
Abraham Lincoln Institute Scholarship Award
The Abraham Lincoln Institute’s competition for dissertation grants for graduate students working on Lincoln-centered topics in American history.
The Abraham Lincoln Institute wishes to announce the first competition for dissertation grants for graduate students working on Lincoln-centered topics in American history. These topics would include any aspect of his life, that is, his family, his legal career, his political career, his Presidency, and how he is remembered.
Applicants must be full-time Ph.D. candidates in good standing at accredited institutions. The deadline for submissions is October 1, 2022. The applicants need to provide a three-to-five page letter describing his or her project; a vita; a proposed budget for the use of these funds; and a letter of support from a member of the student’s dissertation committee.
Applicants should send this information to the selection committee, which consists of Professor Joan E. Cashin (firstname.lastname@example.org), the chair, Professor Edna Medford (emedford@Howard.edu), and Professor Michael Burlingame (email@example.com).
The winner will receive a grant of five hundred dollars, and he/she must provide a written report within one year of receipt of the grant, describing what he/she did with the grant.