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2016 – 2017 Student and Faculty Grant Opportunities

Thanks to  generous private support, the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies is able to offer grants supporting undergraduate students, graduate students and faculty.

Click on the links at left for details on grants and application requirements and documents. The various grants have different application deadlines.

Application deadlines for 2016-2017:

  • graduate student summer stipends, research and travel grants, and a dissertation completion grant have a February 20, 2017 deadline
  • the Christopher Browning Holocaust Research grant for undergraduate and graduate students has a February 20, 2017 deadline
  • the deadlines for undergraduate research grants and travel and study abroad grants are October 24, 2016 and February 20, 2017
  • graduate student recruitment grants deadline is January 23, 2017, and
  • faculty grants will have two rounds of review: October 24, 2016 and February 20, 2017.


Second Round of Grants:

NEW FOR 2016-2017: Food for All Course Development and Course Enhancement Grants:

Logo-and-TaglineThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s university-wide academic theme for 2015-2017 is “Food for All: Local and Global Perspectives.” With this theme, the University is challenging all areas of UNC to examine wide-ranging topics including food cultures and nutrition, food security, world hunger and more. The two years of “Food for All” includes projects, services and events on campus and in the Chapel Hill community. To support this University initiative, the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies is offering course enhancement and course development funds, which will support faculty who are interested in incorporating a Jewish food component into courses to be taught in the academic year of 2016-2017. Visit the faculty grants page for more information and the application form. The deadline for applications is October 24, 2016.

For further information, please email or call 962-1509.

Learn more about our students and their research endeavors.



Professor Auerbach received a course development grant to create a study abroad course in Poland and Germany.


Max Lazar, History Dept.,  received a Top Up Recruitment Grant in 2014.










Jocely Burney participated in the dig at Huqoq in summer 2014 with an undergraduate travel and research grant.


Guy Shalev spent a year working on his dissertation with a Silver Fellowship grant from the Center.